I’m always looking for super easy projects I can do in the car or while the family is watching a movie. Recently I saw these super fun crochet Worry Worms and instantly knew they were right up my alley. They literally take about 10 minutes to create and with all the yarn I have stashed away, I knew I could make up a bunch of them. I decided to add my own twist to the Worry Worms and have turned them into “Don’t Worry” Worms. Because if you are around me much, you’ll probably hear me sharing something about what I do when worry comes knocking at my door.
Easy Crochet “Don’t Worry” Worms
I love the song “I’m So Blessed” by Cain, so if you know it already, you’ll have it in your head. If you don’t know it, then you need to go check it out.
Trouble knocking at my door today
I ain’t gonna let it in
And worry wanna steal my joy away
But I ain’t gonna let it win
When trouble comes knocking at my door and worry is my first response, I need something to remind me that I don’t need to worry. Some of my favorite verses in the Bible are Philippians 4:6-7:
Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
I decided that these verses would be perfect to print out and attach with my Don’t Worry Worms so I can share them with friends, families, and even strangers. Isn’t this a great idea for Crochet Random Acts of Kindness?
- Crochet Hook
- Tapestry Needle
- Wiggly Eyes
- Card stock
- Chain 30
- Come back along the chain and do 3 single crochets in each link
- The fun part is that you will see the curly q start to form almost immediately.
- Keep crocheting till you get to the last link.
- Do 10 single crochets in the last link and then tie it off
- Use the glue of your choice to attach 2 wiggly eyes
- Print off this card on regular paper or cardstock. (or print your own favorite verse and print it out).
- Use tape to attach your Don’t Worry Worm to the card.
- Fill a basket to take to your next family get-together or set it out on a table at work.
- If you prefer to hand them out as Random Acts of Crochet Kindness, then you might want to put them in envelopes or clear plastic baggies.
However you choose to use these Don’t Worry Worms, I think you’ll agree that they are too cute and easy to not try. I’d love to see what you create! Make sure you tag me on social media and tell me which one is your favorite!