Crochet, Free Crochet Patterns

Brassica Baby Blanket

Brassica is a free crochet baby blanket pattern that features crossed double crochet stitches and shells to show lots of texture. Make it in two colors as shown - I bet a gradient would look terrific as the B color - or one color for a more subtle look. Finished Size: 26” x 32” excluding… Continue reading Brassica Baby Blanket

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City Lights Slippers

Go from City Lights to a comfy fireside and keep your toes toasty with these quick-to-crochet slippers. They work up very quickly in a Super Bulky yarn on a 9.0mm hook, and are made in once piece from toe to cuff so there is no seaming at the end. This post may contain affiliate links.… Continue reading City Lights Slippers

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Ruhpolding Cowl

Long, loose and lacy this crochet cowl can be worn wrapped once around the neck or twice. Use three colors as I did here, or make it all on one color if you prefer. So called because I crocheted this while touring Germany and Austria with a fun group of knitters and crocheters, and I… Continue reading Ruhpolding Cowl

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Woven Edge Shawl

Thick and comfy, with visual interest from both the textured stitching and the pop of the accent color, this free bulky weight crochet shawl pattern will be your go-to for chilly winter days and nights. The soft, bulky-weight yarn makes it quick to stitch as well. This post may contain affiliate links. If you make… Continue reading Woven Edge Shawl

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Soft and Simple Crochet Bucket Hat

This bucket hat is made of a soft cotton/acrylic blend yarn, and is crocheted all in one piece from the top down so there is no irritating seaming.  This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase using one of these links I may be compensated at no additional cost to you. This… Continue reading Soft and Simple Crochet Bucket Hat

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Bleacher Cushion to Crochet – Go Team Go!

Simple to stitch crochet bleacher cushion! One of my more vivid memories from my senior year in marching band was playing at a post season game at a school that had metal bleachers. It snowed, we froze! Make one of these plush cushions in your favorite team colors to support them in comfort and style.… Continue reading Bleacher Cushion to Crochet – Go Team Go!

Free crochet pattern preemie cocoon and hat - Orange You Glad I’m Here from Hooked for Life Publishing.
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Crochet Preemie Cocoon and Hat Pattern – Orange You Glad I’m Here

This sweet crochet preemie cocoon with matching preemie hat is simple to crochet in the round, with double crochet stitches separated into segments by front post treble stitches. Don’t fancy an orange? Use green for lime, yellow for lemon, or any color you like to just admire the texture without the citrus theme! This post… Continue reading Crochet Preemie Cocoon and Hat Pattern – Orange You Glad I’m Here

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Crochet Fidget Keychain with Beads

I seem to be on a crochet fidget kick recently, and was looking for something for the more mature folks who like to fiddle with something to calm their nerves. This simple beaded piece can be added to a key ring or lanyard as a decorative item, but the beads twirl when you move them… Continue reading Crochet Fidget Keychain with Beads

Free crochet duffle bag pattern, Polka Dot Duffle Bag, beginner level, bulky yarn.
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Polka Dot Duffle Bag

This sturdy barrel-shaped crochet duffle bag is perfect for a day on-the-go – use it for the gym, sports or dance practice, or carry it off to your local yarn store as a shopping bag because it holds lots and lots of yarn! Try different color combinations if you like, or use up stash yarn… Continue reading Polka Dot Duffle Bag

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Airy Tunic

This very simple free crochet tunic pattern is perfect for layering over anything from a tank top and leggings to a swimsuit. Changing hook sizes is a terrific way to work shaping into a complicated stitch pattern so you don’t have to fiddle with too much increasing or decreasing in pattern. Thanks to HB my… Continue reading Airy Tunic