Free Crochet Patterns

Free Crochet Pattern: Candy Corn Bow Coffee Cup Sleeve

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on October 4th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment

This coffee cup sleeve is crocheted seamlessly in the round, like a spiral. It is shaped using 3 different crochet hook sizes to give it a gradual taper. Made with primarily single crochet stitches, this pattern is great for beginners and helps demonstrate the use of tension to create shaping. After the coffee cup sleeve is crocheted, attach a bow made with the candy corn bow pattern for a Halloween theme.
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Free Crochet Pattern: Little Elephant Curtain Tie Back

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on September 30th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – 1 Comment

Add a touch of cuteness to a baby or child’s room with a set of these little elephant curtain tie backs. The elephant is crocheted amigurumi style, then attached to a classic curtain tie back. If you don’t have hooks in the wall to attach the tie back to, feel free to make the tie back longer and simply tie it around the curtain instead.

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Crochet Pattern: Sweet Apple Coasters

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on September 28th, 2017 by Amy – 5 Comments

When we think of autumn our first thought is usually pumpkins and then maybe fallen leaves, scarecrows, etc. But don’t forget apples! Here’s a lovely apple coaster pattern for those apple lovers, as well as those who want a little apple among their pumpkin. These coasters are worked in the round with simple stitches and shaping. The stem is joined in the pattern and the leaf is sewn on afterward.

This coaster pattern can also act as an applique! Enjoy and let me know what you think!

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Crochet Pattern: Classic Curtain Tie Back

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on September 25th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment

This quick pattern uses good old, double crochet stitches that are worked around a long chain. It’s as plain and simple as it gets to match just about any decor you have. There are loops on each end of the tie back for you to secure it onto hooks. Feel free to adjust the length of the tie back if needed by using the instructions within the pattern. Choose a color that will complement your drapes, or perhaps a bold color to make it pop.

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25 Free Patterns for Kids to Crochet

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns, Free Crochet Patterns on September 15th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment

What age did you start crocheting? I was around 10 years old when I started. I didn’t have many patterns to work with, mostly just hats and scarves. There are so many more interesting things to crochet that can engage the youth. In this post I rounded up a variety of crochet patterns for kids to crochet, and of course you can crochet them too!

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Crochet Pattern: Candy Corn Bow

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on September 13th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – 1 Comment

In the spirit of Halloween, here is a bow pattern that is made with candy corn colors: yellow, orange, and white. Attach the bow to a headband or glue on a barrette or hair clip for an easy accessory. You can even use it to adorn a hat or bag. However you decide to use it, be sure to crochet a few to give away to family and friends.
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How to Crochet a Wire Bracelet

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns, Tutorials and Help on September 6th, 2017 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment

If you’ve been following along recently on the blog, you’ve come across a few beginner level wire jewelry crochet patterns: Circle Wire Earrings and Wire Fashion Ring. In this post, I have a video that demonstrates a bracelet being crocheting. Hopefully this video will help those that are having trouble working with wire.

As usual, the crochet pattern itself is super easy, but the tricky part is getting used to crocheting with wire. The pattern used is simply a few rows of single crochet stitches. 30 gauge wire is used to crochet the bracelet, which is softer and easier to work with compared to my previous patterns. The softer wire, also works wells to create a flexible bracelet.

The video below, by Beaducation, will walk you through crocheting a practice swatch with regular yarn, to crocheting the wire bracelet from beginning to end. It is a long video that is very detailed, so feel free to skip around if it is too slow for you, or pause it every now and then if you are crocheting along.

I’m a huge fan of Beaducation (with no affiliation), and love their tutorials and supplies for jewelry making! What do you think of this video? Did you enjoy crocheting jewelry?

10 Free Crochet Patterns for Fall

Posted in Best Crochet Patterns, Free Crochet Patterns on September 1st, 2017 by Rachel Choi – Be the first to comment

Here are 10 free crochet patterns to get you into the fall crocheting spirit! Patterns range from scarves to jewelry to home decor. Fall is my favorite season to crochet, especially if you took a summer hiatus. Boost the fall and autumn mood by using lots of red, yellow, and orange. I hope you all enjoy crocheting the patterns rounded up in this post.

Click on each photo to visit the pattern’s page!


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Free Crochet Pattern: Country Chic Jar Cover

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on August 30th, 2017 by Amy – Be the first to comment

I never tire of finding new ways to showcase granny squares! Designing with them always adds a little reminder of tradition to a modern style, and I am always in for a little retro. These little jars are great for holding tealights, or tiny potted plants, like succulents.

The pattern is quick and easy. First you will crochet 4 simple granny squares and border them in a round of white single crochet. Then you will join them using a simple single crochet method. There are tips at the bottom of this post explaining how to make this cover for a different sized jars, too.

Mini jars covered in granny squares are just too cute. I would love to see them lining a long table at a country themed wedding or party, wouldn’t you?!
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Free Crochet Pattern: Curtain Tie Back

Posted in Free Crochet Patterns on August 23rd, 2017 by Rachel Choi – 1 Comment

No need to purchase a tie back for your curtains when you can crochet your own! This simple pattern uses a shell stitch that is worked around a long chain. There are loops on each end of the tie back for you to secure it onto hooks. Feel free to adjust the length of the tie back if needed by using the instructions within the pattern. Choose a color that will complement your drapes, or perhaps a bold color to make it pop.

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