Emily

What to Crochet for the Craft Show

Congratulations! You’ve just signed up for the local craft show and you are excited! You need a great table cloth, you need price tags, you need laundry care instructions, and you need….CROCHET! But what do you make? What sells really well at craft shows? We’ve put together a great list of things that would be a huge hit and make your table the envy of the show.

#1). Snow Buddies by Serah Basnet
Can you believe winter is just around the corner! These super simple snow buddies will melt the hearts of your customers!

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#2). The Hugpie Baby Security Blanket by Elena Somou
This sweet little security blanket/lovey will gift a comforting touch to a favorite little one! 

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#3). The Mop Cover by Elizabeth Glenday
Environmentally friendly gift options like this reusable mop cover are wonderful options for a green holiday season!

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#4). Twists & Turns Boot Cuffs by Debbie Richardson
It’s boot season! These boot cuffs will add a touch of pizazz to this season’s hottest footwear trend!

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#5). The Puff Hat by Maria Hunter
This gender neutral hat can be made in a variety of adult sizes! GREAT choice for craft shows!

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#6). The Button Up Cup Cozy by Elizabeth Glenday
Do we love mug and cup cozies! Yes we do! These cozies are in high demand and work up super quick!

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#7). The Bancroft Scarf by Debbie Richardson
This easy to crochet neck scarf will add a bit of color and style to the season!


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#8). The Snowflake Hot Pad by Megan Hocking
This hot pad features a festive, 3D snowflake design everyone will love!

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#9). Texting Mitts by Elizabeth Glenday
These texting mitts provide a practical way for the young (and young-at-heart) to keep toasty while staying in touch!

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#10). Buddy Puppy by Sweet N’ Cute Creations
Appealing to the younger crowd at craft shows is a MUST! Often times parents will purchase items for their children while walking around. This cute little puppy is impossible to resist!

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#11). Gingham Slipper Socks by Janet Pippin
So much of the holiday season is spent on our feet! Promote cozy toes to all your customers by whipping up some of these stylish, comfy slipper socks!

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#12). Wild Things Amigurumi Pins by Serah Basnet
These super quick and easy (and totally adorable!) animal pins can be made into brooches or keychains! 

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#13). The Hannah Head Wrap by Danyel Pink
Quick and easy to whip up, these head wraps can be made in a wide variety of children through adult sizes!

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#14). Nesting Bowls by Marialena Karofili
These cute yet functional nesting bowls can be made in a variety of colors — earth tones for home decor and funky colors for kids or teens!

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#15). The Hippie Love Bag by Rachel Misner
BoHo fashions are all the rage right now from teen to adult, and there’s so much to love with this very hip bag!

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Want to learn how to sale more at craft shows?

 

This 35-page guide will give you everything you need to have your best craft show ever. It’s available inside the Happily Hooked Member Area and is available for all members.

I hope these patterns helped you decide what to make for your next sale!
Happy Crocheting!

Emily

Emily

www.happilyhooked.com

Emily is a WAHM of 4 children. She is the Editor of Happily Hooked Magazine and Pattern Pack Pro and the owner of Em’s Corner. She spent her years before children as a middle school math teacher, but now enjoys crocheting at her kids’ sporting events and spoiling her nieces and nephews. She loves to teach her children and her nieces and nephews to crochet. When she’s not crocheting, she’s outside with her camera. She was raised in San Diego but now finds herself in the very hot Southern California desert.

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