These are the patterns I've made so far, wherein Cannon threads were used for the samples. Thanks to Ravelry, one can easily view and do a search on them:
From the oldest to the latest patterns here are the details:
Baby Mittens - a quick project to make as gifts or a matching accessory for crochet baby hats and booties.
Appliques for Baby Items - small crocheted appliques to decorate baby items or children's accessories.
Striped Keychain purse - a mini little purse that can keep a tiny treasure, a coin or even a folded bill.
Loopy flowers - a cute, quick project to make use of scraps of any colors of Cannon threads.
Baby Cotton Hat - With only one ball of thread you can make this adorable baby hat.
Scallop coaster - one ball of Cannon thread can be made into 6 coasters.
Flower Choker - you'll need only leftover threads and a few colorful beads to make this pretty choker.
Diagonal Striped Belt - a fun project to make with one ball of multicolored Cannon thread! You may also use plain color, or variegated color thread.
Lip Balm Holder - a useful little accessory to make with scraps of multicolored thread.
Flower Frame Souvenir - can be made as gifts or souvenirs for Baby showers or christening, or other occasions.
Hat souvenir - can also be made as gifts or souvenirs for Baby showers or christening, or other occasions.
Radiant coaster/doily - a fun little project to decorate your table.
Little Flowers with Leaves - a cute flower applique for your bags, hats or clothing.
Tropical Shawl with Fringe - can be made with just two balls of multicolored, variegated or plain color Cannon threads (fringe not included).
Crochet-covered button - will be very nice for crocheted clothing.
Mini Booties souvenir - can be made as gifts or souvenirs for Baby showers or christening.
Just Got Stitched-up Halloween Choker - a fun choker to match a halloween attire.
Other free patterns using Cannon threads:
Striped Hat - use two strands of Cannon threads.
Beaded Scrunchie - use two strands of Cannon threads.
Flower Accent - can be made using size 10 thread or size 8 Cannon thread.
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