Best Crochet Patterns

Crochet Pattern: Accent Belts

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on May 8th, 2014 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – Be the first to comment
Whether wearing them with a dress or over a shirt, adding belts to accent your outfit has become the thing to do. With the plethora of crochet stitches at our fingertips, what better way to have fun with them than with something you can wear. Make them in your choice of tones and these three belts will compliment your style in every season. Here’s a tip: take this chance to try out some new ways to tie belts! crochet accent belts

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Crochet Pattern: Stepped Up Scarf

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on May 5th, 2014 by Candace – 2 Comments
If you are looking for a challenging yet fun project for spring or summer, look no further than this scarf. With its open and closed pattern and stair step edges on the long sides, it’s sure to add interest to any outfit. While its shaping looks simple, the stitches used are not, so this pattern is recommended for adventurous intermediate to advanced crocheters who are interested in linked stitches and right-angle increases. crochet stepped up scarf

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Crochet Pattern: Pioneer Shawl

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on April 27th, 2014 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – Be the first to comment
There’s nothing like looking through old designs and patterns to inspire you to create something new, I always say. I found a pattern that inspired this one while watching an old James Stewart film. It was worn by a pioneer woman and you could tell that it must have been a round afghan she had folded over and draped across her shoulders. I loved the idea so I decided to mimic the design. Since it is first a round afghan you could throw it across the back of the couch, and then when you want a warm shawl, simply fold it over and wear it! crochet pioneer shawl

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Crochet Pattern: Crescent Scarf

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on April 17th, 2014 by Candace – Be the first to comment
The crescent scarf is made to wrap around your shoulders and sit flat in the back. It can take on several classy looks including around the shoulders and crossed over the chest. Of course, it can also be worn like a regular straight scarf. A nice shawl pin or other fastener can hold it in place for all day wear. The crescent scarf is worked width-wise, so you can easily add or subtract length to get the look you want.

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Crochet Pattern: Verdant Hexagon Bag

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on April 13th, 2014 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – 2 Comments
Spring is officially here and even the crustiest among us can’t help but catch the fever! Colors call out to us from former barren ground: yellows, purples, pinks and lots of green. And it can’t help but spread to our crochet addiction. Put those cool tones of winter behind you and get ready for something splashy with this pattern. Hexagon motifs put a spin on the granny square and give this bag a character all its own. Add a button for accent or leave the sides open for carrying exercise gear. But whatever you do, have fun with it! Verdant Bag Full

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Crochet Pattern: Chevron Flower Pillow Cover

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on April 6th, 2014 by Rachel Choi – 1 Comment
Crochet this chevron pillow cover in two contrasting colors or use as many different colors as you desire! You can make the stripes as thick or thin as you desire too. The large flower is crocheted separately from the pillow cover, then sewn own. The flower is crocheted in the round all in one piece. This cover is designed to fit over a 16″ pillow. It can be assembled as a permanent cover or removable cover so that you can take it off and wash it as needed.

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Crochet Pattern: Sprightly Swimsuit Coverup

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on March 31st, 2014 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – 2 Comments
At times I really feel the need to get back to the basics of crochet and I’ve found granny squares are the perfect choice for those moments. These simple squares are incredibly versatile and can work up into just about anything you so desire. Here is a simple and light coverup using those famed motifs for that trip to the beach! This pattern comes in 3 sizes so that it can be made for anyone from an X-Small to Large to 5X. Feel free to customize your coverup by mixing different colored motifs. Sprightly Swimsuit Coverup

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Crochet Pattern: Soft Serve Scarf

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on March 23rd, 2014 by Claire Ortega-Reyes – 2 Comments
Add that splash of color to any outfit with a two-toned scarf. Much like your favorite soft serve with two flavors, the two colors of the scarf meld together when worn. The lacy design evokes a classic teardrop or polka dot design from afar. Make it in color combinations of the latest palette, or in the colors of a school or team. Using medium weight yarn in acrylic or wool makes this a warm scarf, too. 

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Crochet Pattern: Baby Mary Jane Booties (3 Sizes)

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on March 17th, 2014 by Candace – Be the first to comment
Mary Janes are a classic shoe style, especially on the little ones. These booties are made in one piece, strap and all! This pattern requires no sewing and no attaching small fasteners. With the little ones and parents in mind, these booties are easy to put on and take off. The booties are crocheted in the round, shaped from the bottom of the sole to the top. crochet baby mary jane booties

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Crochet Pattern: Flor Del Amor Pillow

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns, Uncategorized on March 10th, 2014 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – 3 Comments
My cousin and I are the same age and are four days shy of sharing the same birthday. This year I wanted to make her something handmade, so I rummaged through my yarn stash and pulled out a handful of colors I thought really fit her style. Some time later I presented her with this pillow and was pleased that she liked it. Now here is the pattern for you! Using a variety of stitches for a regal look, this pillow will grace any room in the house. Enjoy! Flor Del Amor Pillow

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