Handmade bookmarks are a great gift for the avid reader and a creative project for the maker. This is a guide about bookmark craft ideas.
Who couldn't use another bookmark? I created this pattern because I needed more bookmarks. I think crocheted hearts are darling, I love being able to put tiny scraps to good use. I also love super quick projects, and I think these would make nice gifts.
These are paper corner bookmarks which are super cute, fun and easy to make!
Total Time: 5 minutes
This is a good little project for kids and adults alike. They take minimal sewing and embroidery skills. They are so fun to make and would be nice gifts. :) Did I mention they are nearly free?
This adorable felt bookmark will not only help you keep your place, but is so cute everybody will want their own. And they are so easy to make you could make a dozen donuts (booksmarks that is) easily!
Total Time: 30 minutes
Yield: one bookmark
This is a quick, easy, and pretty crochet bookmark, a great way to use up those scraps. They make great gifts too!
With the fall leaves turning already, what better thing to make for the long winter reading list than this easy and fun bookmark!
This is a guide about making an adjustable ribbon bookmark. This cleverly designed bookmark adjusts to a variety of book sizes.
Help kids prepare for the new school year by making this quick and easy cow bookmark!
3 sizes of shamrocks ready for sharing of the green.
I am looking for a crochet pattern for a book mark that fits on the corner of the pages.
kddid from Springfield, MO
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Yes, this is what I was looking for... Thank-you so much.
I know we hate it when people answer our questions with something else, but I did want to point out that from my experience the large loops that you put over a book with some cute thing at the bottom, works the best for me. The corner ones would not stay on and got bumped off very easily. The ones I prefer are also called book thongs. The added nice thing is that you can just slip them over your wrist when you start reading and then slip them back over the book when you are done. No searching to see where you put the bookmark.
Felt mittens make handy bookmark. Draw a template of a mitten 3 inches long and 1 inch wide. Use it to cut four scraps of felt. (The palms of the mittens can be a contrasting color.)