All things Crochet! Fun patterns and tutorials for crochet yarn crafts.
This Lavender applique crochet pattern was designed after our family visited a beautiful lavender field in the mountains. After seeing that beauty, I had to crochet a lavender flower.
Making a slip knot is the very first thing a new crocheter or knitter needs to know. There are many ways to make a slip knot, and this way is my favorite.
Crochet this chunky rainbow ripple baby blanket – This is a easy and fun crochet pattern and it's so adorable! This is a free crochet pattern.
The easiest, squishiest FREE Crochet Slipper Pattern ever!
Remember how I said my feet are cold because it’s all cold here super early this year? Well, I don’t know why, as a knitter & crocheter that I never seem to have a good pair of slip…
The Beachside Baby Romper is a perfect outfit to enjoy the rest of the summer in. This free crochet pattern is designed for beginner and makes a great gift.
This slippers crochet pattern is perfect for spring. It includes woman's sizes Small to Extra Large. Make them for yourself or as gifts. Try it today!
These Crochet Scrubbies Patterns are washable and super quick and easy to whip up. We have included lots of fabulous free patterns.
Top 10 Home Decor Crochet Patterns for Summer
Crochet Pattern: Square Scrubbie Set
Use this awesome crochet scrubbie free pattern to make dish scrubbies that you can unroll to clean and dry. Made with cotton yarn, they will be easy on your hands.
Fully photographed crochet pattern showing how make a crochet rainbow rattle. Includes a video tutorial, step by step photos and written instructions.
Learn to crochet this colorful baby blanket using Caron Simply Soft Yarn. You'll learn how to change colors to create gingham effect without cutting yarn.
I get really excited when I can find shades of the same color for my gingham blankets. I was thrilled…
I am more than happy to share the free pattern for this crochet wall hanging here on the blog! Read below about the inspiration , the yarn I used or scroll down for the free pattern.
Use up your leftover, stash, and scrap yarn with these blanket knitting patterns. Many use less than 25 yards! Many of the patterns are free