What can your Souper Can Caddy do?

Spring is on it's way! It's time to prepare for Spring Cleaning. What a great way to upcycle empty soup cans!

What do you do?

1. Collect your cans.
2. Get your free pattern here.
3. Organize your "stuff".
4. Share your picture, tags, url, etc. on my facebook page here.

I may feature your photo in the pdf pattern with your links (if you have a shop) or sharing on social media.

The Souper Can Caddy (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Red Heart Super Saver (or equal ww #4 weight yarn)
H Hook
Yarn Needle
Tape Measure
Double Sided Tape (I used double sided tape for window plastic)
4-7 Soup Cans (approx. 10.75 oz)
1 Large Fruit Can (approx. 30 oz)

Finished Size
Approximately 4.75” (H) x 10” (W)

Stitch Abbreviations
ch – chain
st(s) – stitch(es)
slst – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
hdc – half double crochet
bphdc – back post half double crochet
*-* - Repeat Instructions from first * to last *

H Hook (3" x 3") 10 sts x 8 rows
Chain 11.
1: Hdc in 2nd chain from hook. Hdc in each across. Ch 1. Turn.
2-8: Hdc in each st across. Ch 1. Turn.

Sassy Hat - Sassy Yarn (FREE Crochet Pattern)

After seeing the yarns, I was immediately attracted to the the Boutique Sassy Fabric (Pink Polka Dot), then the matching color yarn in Anne Geddes Baby Yarn (Pink). I immediately knew I had to use both of these together! The Anne Geddes Baby yarn was so soft and squishy! The Sassy Fabric yarn would be a great accent with it's sheer fabric!

I also have more yarn that is in my box and about to become WIPs. So keep an eye out for more free patterns using these new yarns! You can't wait can you?!

Sassy Lovey - Sassy Yarn (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Are you ready for the rest of the set? The Lovey using Boutique Sassy Fabric (Pink Polka Dot), and matching color yarn in Anne Geddes Baby Yarn (Pink).

Backpack - Reflective Yarn (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Bizzy's "Bug Out" Bag

I was in awe with the Red Heart's Reflective Yarn. I wasn't quite sure what to make! I wanted to make something that was practical and FUN! In my package of yarns to review, I was given Yellow and Black. Now, if you haven't noticed yet, our esteemed little mascot is "Bizzy Bee"! It took some guidance of some fellow crochet artists of what to make. I did attempt to make several different things, but I would run out of yarn or it just wasn't coming out right. So, I took the advice to make a bee backpack! With a twist, using two skeins of Reflective yarn wouldn't make a standard size backpack, so I shrunk it down to be great for little kids to put their favorite toys in to take to a sleep over.