Best Crochet Patterns

10 Crochet Projects to Start Now for Christmas

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns, Fun Ramblings on July 19th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment

Have you ever heard of the phrase “Christmas in July”? I’m not quite sure of the origin, perhaps it’s a longing for the chill of winter in the heat of summer, or a marketing technique to increases Christmas related sales in July. Either way, in the crochet world it means you better start your crochet projects now, in July, for them to be done by Christmas! In this post I rounded up a few Christmas related patterns and also gift ideas, that aren’t always quick to crochet (especially if you’re planning on making multiples). You’ll need to get started on them right now if you want to ensure they’re completed in time for Christmas!

1. Ruffle Christmas Tree Skirt – The pattern is deceivingly long to crochet. The ruffles use more stitches than you think! Get started on this tree skirt early so you’ll have it to decorate your tree for Christmas.

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7 Blankets to Crochet This Summer

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on July 3rd, 2017 by Rachel Choi – 3 Comments

When you think of summer the first thing that comes to mind sure isn’t blankets! Can you imagine crocheting large blankets in the middle of summer? With a little preparation and some wise pattern choices you don’t have to give up your favorite hobby this summer. In this post I rounded up 7 blanket crochet patterns that are worked in small pieces, such as squares or strips, so they won’t heat up your lap while crocheting.
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Crochet Pattern: Bow Tie Barefoot Sandals

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on June 26th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – 1 Comment

Kick off summer with a pair of barefoot sandals. If you’re obsessed with bow ties, this pair is designed just for you! The barefoot sandal has a simple, sleek design that is crocheted all in one piece. The sandal has a thin loop that goes around the toe, a straight line that goes up the foot, and simple chains that create straps to tie around the ankle. The bow is crocheted separately then attached to the sandal. The sandal will fit most adults and can be adjusted if desired by crocheting more or less chains.

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Crochet Pattern: Big Heart Blanket

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on June 19th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – 1 Comment

This pattern was requested by a Crochet Spot reader!
Show your love by crocheting this baby sized blanket with a big, giant heart. The blanket is crocheted all in one piece with no sewing required. Experience changing colors is recommended but not required, as there are photo tutorials and tips included for making smooth color changes. This 30″ square blanket is the perfect size for babies and toddlers, but can be made larger or smaller by sewing multiple squares together or adjusting the gauge as you desire.

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Fingerless Glove Crochet Patterns

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on June 12th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – 2 Comments

Fingerless gloves are typically easier to crochet than regular gloves or mittens. They require less shaping since they are fingerless. They can be as simple as crocheting a rectangle and sewing them together to create the fingerless glove shape.

Crochet patterns range from lacy summer gloves to thick and warm winter gloves. In this post I rounded up some of the fingerless gloves patterns that we have on Crochet Spot.

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Little Arbor Fingerless Gloves

Little Arbor Fingerless Gloves

Braided Fingerless Gloves

Braided Fingerless Gloves

Feather Cable Fingerless Gloves

Feather Cable Fingerless Gloves

Striping Shells Fingerless Gloves

Striping Shells Fingerless Gloves

Shell Lace Fingerless Gloves

Shell Lace Fingerless Gloves

Slouchable Fingerless Gloves

Slouchable Fingerless Gloves

Summer Lace Fingerless Gloves

Summer Lace Fingerless Gloves

Fingerless Gloves for Men

Fingerless Gloves for Men

Glamour Lace Wristers

Glamour Lace Wristers

Ribbed Wrist Warmers

Ribbed Wrist Warmers

Beginner’s Wrist Warmers with Ridges

Beginner’s Wrist Warmers with Ridges

Reversible Wrist Warmers

Reversible Wrist Warmers

Do you enjoy crocheting and wearing fingerless gloves? Join the conversation in the comments below!

Crochet Pattern: Infinity Chain Scarf

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on June 10th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment

Here is a modern scarf that is simple to crochet. If you’re tired of boring, old scarves, this scarf is for you! Using lots and lots of chain stitches, this pattern creates a light yet textured scarf that is great to wear in the warmer months of summer. It’s like a cross between a thin scarf and a bulky, chunky necklace. This infinity scarf is worked in the round with no sewing required, and can be adjusted to be as long and wide as you desire.

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Crochet Patterns for Summer

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on June 5th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – 1 Comment

During the warmer summer months, I like to change gears to smaller crochet projects. Items that are quick to crochet are perfect for warmer weather crocheting. Plus I find myself running outside during the nicer weather so I don’t find as much time to crochet, making the smaller, quicker projects perfect. In this post I rounded up some of my favorite small crochet projects for you to crochet this summer. Have fun crocheting and keep those hooks moving, even if it is summer outside!

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What are you crocheting this summer? Check out more crochet patterns here.

Crochet Pattern: Toilet Cover Set and Contour Rug

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on April 28th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment

This pattern was requested by a Crochet Spot Reader!

This pattern set is the same as the original Toilet Seat Cover and Contour Rug pattern, but with the addition of the toilet tank cover, due to popular request. This complete toilet cover set includes the toilet tank cover, toilet seat cover, and contour rug. Choose a yarn that is machine washable so that you can easily toss them in the washing machine when needed. The patterns are crocheted with a large crochet hook and 2 strands of medium/worsted weight yarn held together, to achieve a thick fabric. The large crochet hook makes the patterns fairly quick to crochet. Although not required, apply puff paint along the underside of the rug for an added nonslip grip.

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Crochet Pattern: Basketweave Rug

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on April 23rd, 2017 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment

Crochet a rug with this simple pattern that mimics the look of a woven basket. Whether you need a rug for your front door, kitchen, or bathroom, the length and width can be customized to be any size that you desire to ensure a perfect fit. The pattern uses medium/worsted weight yarn which is readily available in many colors. Choose a yarn that is sturdy and machine washable for easy cleaning, such as acrylic or cotton. An unconventionally large crochet hook is used to create a fluffy, thick, textured rug. The large hook also makes the project quicker to crochet. Since the pattern is easily adjustable to be any size you desire, you can also change the yarn and hook size to create larger or smaller stitches.

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Crochet Pattern: Cozy Hooded Poncho (4 Sizes)

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns on April 16th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – 2 Comments

This poncho pattern comes in 4 sizes ranging from 6 months to 6 years old. It’s easy to put on crazy, wiggling children since no sleeves are required! The poncho is crocheted from the top down, all in one piece so that no sewing is required (other than the buttons). Feel free to crochet the poncho in any color you wish or even use multiple colors to create stripes.

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