51. Lucky Penny Pin
This little penny pin is a great addition to a gift card or bag of fashionable treats. Sherri Osborn will show you how to construct it with a bit of tulle and ribbon.
A simple wrap is perfect for both cold winter nights and days at the beach. This wrap can be put around your shoulders or even tied at the waist. A great gift for your friends who like to be flexible with their style.
53. Fancy Pouch
This crochet bag has tassel embellishments and a Fleur-de-lis design worked into the chart. I know a lot of renaissance aficionados who would love to receive a fancy little bag like this, and even little girls who just love a little dress-up time.
54. Mini Tote Bag
There's just something about crochet and funky buttons that just makes sense to me. If you know someone who is loving Hello Kitty and all things cute, then they're likely to enjoy this mini tote gift.
55. 1940's Clutch
This is a 1940's style clutch with texture, using a long crochet stitch. It can be completed within one night of couch crocheting in front of the TV. Finish it off with a retro clasp on the front. This is a good gift for someone digging vintage style.
56. Skinny Scarf
Slim scarves are in style and are here to stay. With a repeating crochet stitch, they are so easy to create. Try striping up someone's favorite colors with this stylish gift.
57. Cloche Hat
Here is a flashback to the flapper days with this net hat from Amy Solovay that has a cute flower embellished on the side. This is a retro look, so save this gift for someone who appreciates a look from days past.
58. Fishy Earrings
I love a pair of earrings that have personality, and I'll bet you know someone else who does, too. These earrings are made form seed beads, and use an easy brick stitch pattern. The perfect gift for a friend who loves fun jewelry or even a Phish head.
These dainty dragonflies are fun, simple, and can be made in six easy steps. Our Beadwork Guide will show you exactly which beads you need and how to put them together. Try a rainbow bead motif for girls new to earrings, or understated stone beads for the office executive.