Free Crochet Patterns

Crochet Pattern: Pineapple Applique

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on August 4th, 2016 by Caissa "Cami" McClinton – Be the first to comment
Have you noticed how popular pineapples have been lately? Artistic renderings of pineapples are adorning all kinds of things from clothing to accessories to school supplies! This crocheted pineapple applique was inspired by a cartoon image I found online. I like how this one is a little unsymmetrical. For some reason that appeals to me. It would be fun to crochet this in different colors to decorate a tote bag, t-shirt, pencil case, or even a book cover. Just use strong glue to attach them.

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Crochet Pattern: Beaded Puff Bracelet

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on July 26th, 2016 by Candace – Be the first to comment
Need a bracelet to accent a summer dress? This dainty choice is lightweight and simple using size 10 thread and 6 of your favorite beads. It’s also easy to work in a variety of sizes and styles. Change the size and shape of the beads or choose something sparkly. crochet_beaded_puff_bracelet

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Crochet Pattern: Jingle Bell Bracelet

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on July 17th, 2016 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment
Let’s kick off Christmas in July with a festive bracelet! This bracelet is super quick to crochet and uses a very small amount of yarn. Choose your favorite colored yarn (doesn’t have to be Christmas related) and a bunch of bells to make this noisy bracelet. The length of the bracelet can easily be adjusted if needed.
If you’ve crocheted with beads in the past, this pattern will be a breeze to crochet. If this is your first time crocheting with beads, please check out the How to Crochet: Chain with Bead tutorial before working this pattern. The bells are used in the same manner as beads.
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Crochet Pattern: Little Lacy Star

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on July 13th, 2016 by Candace – Be the first to comment
In the hands of a crocheter, a circle or ring can grow into a lot of different shapes. This pattern uses basic shaping done around a ring to make a neat little star. You can wear it as jewelry (make 2 for earrings), string together a bunch for a fun belt, or use it as a lightweight but eye-catching keychain. Me? I’m keeping mine for my bookmark collection. crochet_little_lacy_star

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Crochet Pattern: Mason Jar Wristlet

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on July 11th, 2016 by Caissa "Cami" McClinton – Be the first to comment
I use mason jars for nearly all of my beverages. I like using glass instead of plastic, and mason jars carry a certain charm. I have been toting cool water everywhere in a crocheted pouch, now my coffee and tea have been getting jealous. Therefore I’ve designed this cozy for the 24-oz wide-mouthed mason jar in which I carry my coffee each morning. If you’ve seen my other patterns, you are already familiar with my mason jar! image

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Crochet Pattern: Half Hoop Earrings

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on July 9th, 2016 by Candace – 1 Comment
Sure a hoop earring with dangling beads or charms in the middle are cool, but what if you want something a little more? The hoops usually don’t come with a way to open them, so stringing beads is out. However, you can crochet around the hoops and make your handmade earrings even more unique. These earrings can be made with hoops of different shapes and sizes–they’ll just have a different look. crochet_half_hoop_earrings

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Crochet Pattern: Felted Bowl

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on June 7th, 2016 by Candace – Be the first to comment
Felting is one method you can use to give your crochet projects a whole new look. One benefit of it? Once it’s good and felted, you don’t have to worry about it shrinking and getting ruined in the wash. Give felting a try by making this easy felted decorative bowl.

Remember that to make a project felt, you have to use the right yarn. Break out your natural animal fibers for this one.


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Crochet Pattern: “I Love Crochet” Beaded Bracelet

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on June 4th, 2016 by Caissa "Cami" McClinton – Be the first to comment
You can find alphabet beads in the kids’ section of your craft store. But why should kids have all the fun? I love using alphabet beads for various crafts, and since we’ve been exploring beads quite a bit here on Crochet Spot, I decided to design a bracelet that proudly proclaims to the world my love of crochet! I hope you like it as much as I do! This pattern is written to accommodate the “I LOVE CROCHET” message, but you could substitute other words.

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15 Crochet Patterns to Crochet in 15 Minutes

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns, Free Crochet Patterns on May 28th, 2016 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment

Quick, you have 15 minutes to crochet! What can you possibly crochet in only 15 minutes? Here are 15 crochet patterns to try. Whether you are pressed for time or simply want to see if you can actually make an entire crochet project in 15 minutes, this roundup is for you. This roundup contains small, quick crochet patterns, varying from coasters to jewelry to bookmarks. Each pattern can be crocheted in 15 minutes depending on your speed and skill level. What are you waiting for? Grab your crochet hook, set your timer, and crochet!

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Crochet Pattern: Colorful Rainbow Mug Rug

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on May 26th, 2016 by Caissa "Cami" McClinton – Be the first to comment
I could not stop with just one Mug Rug pattern, especially with the merry month of June upon us. Show your pride and/or love of diversity this summer with this versatile Colorful Rainbow Mug Rug! I made mine using (some of) a jumbo package of embroidery floss. Each color used just over one 10-yard skein of floss held double (two strands of floss held together while crocheting), meaning each stripe used the length of about 5.5 yards as held double, or about 11 yards total. These stripes could be changed to any colors to suit your mood. The cotton floss held double ended up being about the weight of a sock yarn.

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