Free Crochet Patterns

Crochet Pattern: Doll Sun Hat

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on April 16th, 2015 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – 1 Comment
A simple sun hat for dolls; how cute can you get? It’s easy to make, works up in a jiffy, and is sure to make a little girl in your life very happy. Pair it with the Doll Blouse and Jumper for a perfect summer day look. Or stick around for something beach-worthy to come! Doll clothes are some of the best gifts for little girls, in my opinion, because of how simple they are to make and how pleased they will be. Check out all of Crochet Spot’s doll clothes by typing “doll” in the search engine at the top of the page! Doll Sun Hat

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Crochet Pattern: Puffy Flower Bookmark

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on April 11th, 2015 by Candace – Be the first to comment
When it starts warming up, it’s a great time to grab a book and head outside to enjoy the sunshine. If you have to run in for a drink, keep your page with a pretty floral bookmark. The petals make a fun, cute way to work on bobbles, and the whole bookmark is easy to make, so you’ll be out there with your new find or old favorite in no time. crochet_puffy_flower_bookmark

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Crochet Pattern: Shell Bracelet

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on April 7th, 2015 by Candace – 6 Comments
This bracelet is a quick accessory that is easy to adjust for smaller or larger wrists and is perfect for wearing with sundresses. Shells always seem to make any pattern look more delicate, and the pearl bead closure is an even daintier touch. Feel free to make a bunch in different colors! crochet_shell_bracelet

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Crochet Pattern: Spring Daisy Flower

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on April 2nd, 2015 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – 7 Comments
You know spring has arrived when flowers and trees begin budding and blossoming. It’s a time that brings a joy to our hearts and adds a little extra spring to our step. The crochet pattern for today is a simple daisy. The stamen of the flower is created in two parts and the petals are added afterward. If you don’t already have an idea of what you want to do with your flower(s), here’s a few suggestions: attach one to a headband, wear it as a pin on your clothes, or make a bunch and lay around your house for decoration! Let me know what you decide to do! Spring Daisy

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Crochet Pattern: Easy Pen Case

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on March 27th, 2015 by Candace – 4 Comments
It takes almost no time for my purse to become a complete mess, and perhaps the greatest tragedy is that my pens become nearly impossible to find. My best bet? Keeping them all together in an easy-to-grab case. The yarn is held triple, giving the case bulk and color. If you’re like me, this small step in purse organization can be a great help. crochet_pen_case

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Crochet Pattern: Polka Dot Accent Belt for Girls

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on March 19th, 2015 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – Be the first to comment
Most girls have grown up playing “dress-up”, and young girls usually always love to accessorize. The fact that some girls never grow out of it is beside the point. Making this belt with its French knot accents and tassels will delight almost any young girl. And if she decides she wants to make it herself, the pattern is easy to understand and takes little time to complete. If you are not familiar with making French knots, a quick internet search reveals how simple the technique really is. Let me know what you think. And in the meantime, enjoy! Polka Dot Accent Belt

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Crochet Pattern: Woodland Mushroom Appliqué

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on March 12th, 2015 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – 3 Comments
Anytime I think “woodland”, mushrooms are sure to follow. There is such a variety, with each one unique to the other. They are truly fascinating pieces of creation! And so, adding to the Woodland Tree Appliqué and my various hedgehog appliqués (Hedgerly and Trundle the hedgehogs), include this mushroom pattern to your woodland stock for a complete picture! As with most appliqués, this one was designed using the basics of crochet and works up in a jiffy. Enjoy! Woodland Mushroom Applique

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Crochet Pattern: Woodland Tree Applique

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on March 5th, 2015 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – 4 Comments
Nature is one of God’s beautiful gifts to His children, and those who know how to enjoy it are the happiest. I’m a sucker for beautiful scenery and love the chance to recreate it in an impressionistic style. The design was inspired by a lovely woodland throw given to me recently. This applique is worked in the round with a lovely technique called surface crochet for the branches. Add some leafy accents to finish it off. What will you do with your applique? I had a great time crocheting this and I hope you will too! Woodland Tree 1

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Crochet Pattern: Trundle the Hedgehog Applique

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on February 26th, 2015 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – 2 Comments
For my second hedgehog appliqué I give you Trundle! (If you missed Hedgerly then click the link to check him out.) There are many ways to create simple little animals with basic crochet stitches. For this little guy, you crochet the body row by row by creating a half circle with picots for texture. Add the head and feet to the body with simple slip stitches, and an easy embroidery technique called the French knot for the eye. It’s great fun and you just can’t go wrong choosing hedgehogs! Trundle the Hedgehog

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Crochet Pattern: Starburst Baby Bib

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on February 20th, 2015 by Amy Lynn Yarbrough – Be the first to comment
If you’ve ever been around babies you’ll know how important bibs are for keeping their adorable little outfits clean. Handmade bibs are easy to make and so much fun to design. Using cotton insures the durability of the piece and washes really well, two essentials in baby products. This bib ties at the neck with braided straps. Embellish the front with the starburst pattern or choose your own appliqué. It’s sure to make the little one wearing it very happy! Starburst Baby Bib

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