Description: The great thing about this pattern is that it’s available in all sizes – newborn all the way through adult.
Craft Link: Free Crochet Owl Hat Pattern
Description: No tutorial available. Sadly, just a brief description of the process. However, the pattern for the birds is available at Ravelry.
Craft Link: Crochet Stool Cover
Craft Link: Hexagon Skirt
Description : I’ve never tried to do broomstick lace, but this gorgeous bracelet is certainly an inspiration to learn this wonderful craft.
Craft Link : Broomstick Lace Bracelet
Description : You will need to sign up for a free membership in order to get the instructions on how to crochet this cute vest.
Craft Link : Crochet A Hippie Chic Vest
I put this collection of 30 Free Crochet Patterns For Hats together for my daughter. She wanted to crochet a hat that was nice enough to wear to work, instead of a nonshaped or a ski type hat. Unfortunately, that kind of pattern is difficult to find online.
Here are my “top picks” for attractive, easy to wear hats, sophisticated enough to wear in an office environment.
Btw, not all the hats are for the winter months. Many of the patterns listed are made with thin yarn and are perfect for sunny summer days.
Free Crochet Brimmed Hat Patterns
- Windansea Hat
- Crochet DROPS Hat
- DROPS 99-23
- Free Bucket Hat Pattern
- Roll-Brim Hat Pattern
- Main Street Sun Hat Pattern
Free Crochet Beret Patterns
Free Crochet Cap Patterns
- Brimming With Fun Cap
- Crochet Hat With Knitted Top
- DROPS Crochet Cap
- Free Visor Beanie Pattern
- Newsboy Cap Crochet Pattern
- Kap by Berroco
Free Crochet Cloche Patterns
- Classic Crochet Cloche Pattern
- Mirja Cloche
- Charleston Cloche Pattern (pictured)
- Anthropologie Inspired Cloche Hat
- Granny Chic Crocheted Hat
Free Crochet Vintage Hat Patterns
- Rosebud Hat Pattern, 1917
- Tam With Rose
- Hat With Crochet Flowers
- Ridged Rascal Hat
- Crochet Pattern: Hat With Stars
Other Crochet Hat Patterns
If you have written a hat pattern that you believe belongs on this list, please let me know and I will be happy to consider adding it!
Source : Free Flower Scarf Crochet Pattern
Description : According to the Attic 24 website, these lovely Crochet Flowers And Leaves can be used as embellishments for hats, bags, scarves and more.
Source : Crochet Flowers And Leaves
Two fun summer crochet projects from Lion Brand Yarns…
First, a crochet birdhouse.
And then, the crochet birds that live there.
Description: The Tapestry Crochet site features patterns, tutorials, artist profiles and news…. everything you need to get started with this exciting craft.
Source: Tapestry Crochet
Description : If you use ready-made crochet trim, this wonderful Crochet Necklace can be completed in less than an hour!
Craft Link : Crochet Necklace
Description : Ooooh what a wonderful color and shape! Get your Free Crochet Bag Pattern from Lion Brand Yarn. Requires free registration.
Craft Link : Free Crochet Bag Pattern
Description : This Free Market Bag Pattern is so attractive, why just use it for shopping?
Craft Link : Free Market Bag Pattern
Ready to shake things up a little? Take your next project to a whole new level by experimenting with fun alternatives to store bought yarn. Each of the fibers I list can be used for both knit and crochet projects, and as an accent or for the entire piece.
Here are some of my favorites
1. Plarn – Popular for the last few years, Plarn is an acronym for plastic yarn. Grocery bags and trash bags are recycled into placemats, tote bags and wash clothes.
2. Pet Hair Yarn – Spin yarn from cat hair, dog hair and even rabbit fur. The resulting fiber makes sweaters and hats with a novel story to tell.
3. Recycled Newspaper Yarn - At 20 yards of yarn from a single sheet, newspaper yarn enables you to do a lot, with little. Turn recycled newspapers into floor mats, wall hangings and other decorative objects.
4. T-Shirt Yarn – Since t-shirt yarn is both durable and bulky, it makes great trivets, rugs, washcloths. If “country” is not your style you may want to dye the t-shirts before using them.
5. Wire – Working with wire is not too different than working with yarn….just a bit harder on your hands. Combine the wire with beads for some seriously wonderful jewelry designs.
6. Raffia – These fibers will all be a lot more difficult to use than yarn, but the interesting texture will make the extra effort worthwhile.
7. Denim – Denim is extremely hardy, so it’s perfect for rug making, shopping bags, trivets and pot holders.
8. VCR VHF Tapes – When I first heard about crafters using VCR VHF tapes for knitting and crocheting, I thought the results would appear juvenile and unattractive. Not any more. You’ll be surprised at how nice tape projects turn out.
10. Repurposed Sweaters – With today’s emphasis on economy and reuse, it’s not surprising if we look back to our frugal ancestors for some “new” ways of recycling. Unravel your own out-of-style garments or thrift store garments when your yarn collection gets low.
How about string, thread, ribbon, discarded silk clothes, sheets, narrow rope, curtains and pantyhose. Virtually anything goes.
Just remember the saying…. If you can think it, you can do it!
Description : The most wonderful thing about this Free Crocheted Hat Pattern is that you can wear it in any season.
Craft Link : Free Crocheted Hat Pattern
Description : The Crochet Market Tote is a great way to use up scraps of leftover yarn. Choose a color scheme that works with the yarns you have on hand.
Craft Link : Crochet Market Tote
Searching for Free Shrug Patterns? You’ve hit the jackpot!
Here are over 35 Free Shrug Patterns for you to enjoy. It doesn’t matter if you enjoy sewing, knitting or crochet. Everyone will find at least a couple of projects to try.
- Shrug by Homespun Threads
- Weekend Designer Shrug
- Sweatshirt Shrugs (girl’s)
- Denim Jacket To Shrug Redo
- Plaid Blanket Shrug
- Free Shrug From Fitzpatterns
- Shrug From A T-Shirt
- Quick Free Shrug Pattern (girl’s)
- Sew A Fur Shrug Pattern
- No-Sew Shrug From A T-Shirt
- How To Make A Shrug (video)
- Crafterella Simple Little Shrug
- Cascade-Cozy Shrug Pattern
- Shrug With Pretty Border
- Shrug With Tie-Front
- Maui Shrug Pattern
- Smokey Sleeves Shrug
- Free Crochet Shrug Pattern
- Betty Crocheted Shrug
- Pink Fringe Shrug Pattern
- Beatrice Shrug Pattern
- Crochet A Ripple Shrug
- Ruffled Crocheted Shrug
- Crochet A Sassy Shrug
- Basic Free Crochet Shrug
- Madison Shrug Pattern
- Atlas Shrug Pattern
- Evonne Shrug Pattern
- Melody Shrug To Knit
- Tzara Shrug Pattern
- Venus Knit Shrug
- Rena Knit Shrug Pattern
- Free Shrug Pattern – Amy
- Ruffled Lacy Shrug
- Free Camille Knit Shrug
- Side To Side Shrug
- AnnMarie Shrug Pattern
- CYC Knit Shrug Pattern
- Long-Sleeved Shrug
- Quick-to-Stitch Shrugs
- Crochet Shrugs (Leisure Arts #4357)
- Knit & Crochet Ponchos, Wraps, Capes & Shrugs!
Description : Layer a Crochet Skirt over a fabric skirt for a more sophisticated look.
Craft Link : Crochet Skirt
Description : The Al Fresco Market Tote is big and bold and will carry plenty of goodies.
Craft Link : Al Fresco Market Tote
Description : Crochet A Summer Top. The free pattern comes in sizes small all the way to 2x.
Craft Link : Crochet A Summer Topkeep looking »