Best Crochet Patterns

Crochet Pattern: Braided Infinity Scarf

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on March 1st, 2015 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment
This colorful and intricate looking scarf is actually very easy to crochet, using only double crochet and chain stitches. If you’re a beginner or advanced beginner crocheter, this pattern is for you! The pattern contains a photo tutorial for braiding the scarf, which can be adjusted to be any length/circumference that you desire. This infinity scarf is a long loop that can be worn in maybe different styles from a long scarf to a cowl. Choose four complementing colors to crochet this scarf as shown in the sample photo, or you can crochet the entire scarf in just one, two, or three colors. The option is yours! crochet braided infinity scarf

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Crochet Pattern: Classic Tote Bag

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on February 23rd, 2015 by Rachel Choi – 1 Comment
Crochet a classic tote bag to carry your craft projects, groceries, work gear, or anything else you may need it for. This simple tote is extremely versatile. The tote bag is crocheted seamlessly in the round from the bottom up. The strap is crocheted with a tight stitch and wraps around the bottom of the bag to prevent the strap and the bag from over stretching. For an even sturdier bag, feel free to sew in a liner. You can also add your own closure such as a zipper, button, or snap. crochet classic tote bag

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Crochet Pattern: Lil’ Blessing Baby Bibs

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on February 12th, 2015 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – Be the first to comment
When designing baby products you can let your creativity go wild. Children love bright colors and splashy designs which make choosing the perfect project that much easier. With this set of three baby bibs you can supply any child with their very own, handmade bibs that will last much longer than any store bought product. Choose between an embroidered bib, a round desin, or square motifs. Here’s a good tip: use cotton for an easy washable and longer lasting product. Three Baby Bibs
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Crochet Pattern: Adjustable Quick Socks Version 2

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on February 8th, 2015 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment
Tired of making socks with tiny single crochet stitches? This second version of the quick socks uses a even taller crochet stitch than the first version. The pattern uses treble/tripe crochet stitches to work up even quicker. No need to worry about the spaces created from taller stitches, each stitch is linked together to create a solid fabric. This sock pattern is crocheted from the toe up to the leg in one piece (no sewing required) so you can try it on as you go. It is extremely adjustable, since it can be crocheted with any weight of yarn for any foot size you can imagine, from babies to adults, women and men, it’s all possible! You can adjust the length of your socks from ankle socks to knee highs. crochet adjustable quick socks v2

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Crochet Pattern: Striped Eyelet Sweater (9 Sizes)

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on February 2nd, 2015 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment
Alternating solid stripes with eyelet rows, the stitch pattern on this sweater creates a classic look. The sweater is crocheted from the top down with no sewing required. It can be made in 9 different sizes from X-Small to 5X. Try it on as you go to ensure the proper fit. The sweater is intended to have a loose, comfortable fit that’s great for layering. As an adjustable sweater, you can make the sleeves as long or short as you like. crochet striped eyelet sweater

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Crochet Pattern: Adjustable Quick Socks

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on January 25th, 2015 by Rachel Choi – 2 Comments
Tired of making socks with tiny single crochet stitches? This pattern uses double crochet stitches to work up quicker. No need to worry about the spaces created from taller stitches, each stitch is linked together to create a solid fabric. This sock pattern is crocheted from the toe up to the leg in one piece so you can try it on as you go. It is extremely adjustable, since it can be crocheted with any weight of yarn for any foot size you can imagine, from babies to adults, it’s all possible! You can adjust the length of your socks from ankle socks to knee highs. crochet adjustable quick socks

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Crochet Pattern: Mason Jar Cozies

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on January 18th, 2015 by Rachel Choi – 5 Comments

Mason jars are popular to use as decoration. They give a nice rustic look and are inexpensive to use. Why not enhance the look by adding some crochet cozies? This set includes 5 different stitch patterns to crochet, each with a unique lace pattern. The pattern also includes instructions for adjusting the cozy for any jar size. Just try the cozy on the jar as you crochet and adjust by following the instructions.

crochet mason jar cozies

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Crochet Pattern: Chunky Cloche (5 Sizes)

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on January 11th, 2015 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – Be the first to comment
In the era of flapper dresses and the Charleston, the cloche became popular and is still so today. In this modernized version, you use bulky yarn and a large hook for a quick and easy project. True to the fit of the cloche, this hat will fit close to the head with a slightly flared brim stopping just above the eyes. This pattern includes instructions for 5 different sizes, from baby to large adult. Make some for every girl in your life and bring back the “good ol’ days”. crochet chunky cloche
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Crochet Pattern: Hyacinth Cowl

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on January 1st, 2015 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – 4 Comments
What inspires you to start your next crochet project? A pattern, a stitch, or is it the yarn? Most of the time, I have a design in mind and then the stitch and yarn follow. But with this Hyacinth Cowl, it was reversed. I noticed this yarn from Red Heart called Boutique Unforgettable in Petunia and I new I wanted to use it for something light and wispy. I came up with this stitch pattern which features a combination of chains, single crochets, and double crochets. In no time at all, I finished this wispy cowl and you can too! Hyacinth Cowl
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Crochet Pattern: Basketweave Placemat

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on December 29th, 2014 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment
This crochet pattern can be used to create square or rectangle placemats of any size by adjusting the number of stitches and rows. This stitch pattern creates a small, narrow basketweave look that looks great crocheted in any color. Crochet a whole set of placemats for your next dinner party! crochet basketweave placemat

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