Let’s take a quick moment to appreciate the gorgeous brown and yellow in this crochet scarf. I’m a huge fan of these shades together and when the yarn is tweed, be still my heart! This scarf has beautiful rustic vibes and is made using two simple stitches which keeps the project fun, fast and beginner friendly.
Crochet hexagons are one of my favourite motifs to make. They’re quick, beginner friendly and I love how much you can customize them. Not only that, but they also leave a ton of room for creativity within different types of projects.
This free crochet pattern utilizes 3 different tutorials that can be found on my blog. I have combined them to create a simple project that can be made using your favourite colours of worsted weight yarn. I have included direct links to those tutorials within the pattern so that you can learn more about them at an in-depth level if you’d like.
Let’s jump in and get crocheting! Find the free pattern below…
Crochet bags comes in many shapes and styles. When I put out a request to my fellow designers looking for patterns to include, I was flooded with so many beautiful designs and creative projects. I might have to make a second post to include them all!
In this collection, you’ll find 30 free crochet patterns for unique bags that are perfect for a variety of uses and occasions. Find all the free pattern links and details below…
Introducing the Simple Stitch Skinny Scarf. By the name of the pattern, you can probably guess that this isn’t an overly complicated design. In fact, this pattern is so simple that it’s perfect for working on while watching a movie or when you need a break from larger projects.
This pattern uses the basic stitches and provides an introduction to crocheting with increases and decreases. Made with fingering/sock weight yarn and a 4mm hook, this design would be a great option for crocheters wanting to try working with a smaller weight yarn.
Crochet bags are a fun project to make. Not only are they practical but they’re easy to customize in ways of colour choices and fit with the strap and size. Today I would like to introduce the Lemon Stripes bag, the latest free crochet pattern on my blog.
Are you a fan of the suzette stitch? It’s one of my favourites to use within patterns and such a great way to expand on the basic stitches. If you can make the single crochet and double crochet, you can do the suzette stitch!
This fun scarf pattern makes use of colour blocking for a fun and eye catching design. The striped sections are a great opportunity to use up leftover skeins from your stash! Which colours would you use?
Find all the details for the Suzette Colour Block Scarf below…
Crochet coasters are always a fun, quick and practical project to make. Whether they’re being added to a market table, given as a gift or simply made for yourself, coasters are easily customizable in colours for added personal touches. They also don’t have to be used as a traditional coaster. These projects can be used under plant pots to help protect your table tops from getting scratched.
With only 5 rounds and approximately 18 yards of worsted weight cotton yarn, these are great stash buster ideas as well. Learn how to make the Picot Points Coaster below…
Free crochet pattern coming your way! Although it’s August and we’ve had some recent heat waves, I can feel the mornings changing. That cool, crisp and refreshing air early in the morning as autumn begins to creep in. I absolutely love it. Summer is lovely but it’s never been my favourite. Autumn is a time of change, all things cozy and the perfect opportunity to dig out my cardigans and box of handmade scarves.
Inspired by the recent cool mornings, the Loops and Ridges scarf came about quite naturally as I was playing around with stitch combinations. This scarf is full of texture and cozy with a simple but fun sectioned repeat. I used WeCrochet Heatherly in the beautiful “Sweet Bing” colourway to make this lovely and eye catching project.
You can make your own version with the free pattern below…
How sweet is this Tiny Cute Crochet Pumpkin?They take no time at all (only about 20 minutes) and work up so simply using a simple single crochet stitch. I love them so much think they’re the sweetest! Hang them from bunting, add them as a cute item to your fall market table or display them around your house as a fun conversation starter.