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Here is a collection of 50 free throw pillow crochet patterns perfect for decorating in the bedroom, living room and kids room throughout the year, and using a fun range of crochet techniques and stitch patterns as well!
This month’s Yarn Crafts & Coffee finds include Spring, Summer and Christmas free and paid crochet patterns. A loopy yarn rug, granny square shadow box, macrame inspired crocheted plant holder, trendy chicken plush, flower motif granny square blanket and an adorable pig stuffie are just a few of the projects you’ll find in this collection!
I found this pattern a complete joy to make. The colors kept things interesting, the stitching is simple once you get the technique down, and the construction is lovely! It’s comfy and big and warm and the striped colors will definitely draw attention.
30 Fun and Roar-some Free Dinosaur Crochet Patterns! You’ll find dinosaur hats, blankets, amigurumi and more!
This pattern is very quick and simple! Like you might suspect looking at the intricate mesh detail, it does take a little bit to get used to the stitching, but once you get there it really isn’t too hard, and the majority of the bag is a simple two-round repeat! Then before you know it, you’re done, and ready to hang.
The long stocking cap pattern was very easy and an excellent beginner pattern. The designer included several helpful hints such as links to videos that explain different stitches and techniques, tips from her own experience, a hat size chart and it includes the option (and pattern) to create elf ears on your hat! I am really pleased with this hat and the ease of the pattern.
This pattern is wonderfully simple! Most of the stitching is a basic rectangle with a little bit of shaping for the neck and sleeves. Then you just sew the pieces together and enjoy it! If someone is looking to get into garments and wants to try a relatively simple one, I highly recommend this one. It’s not always easy, and of course there’s some frogging involved to get your fit just right sometimes, but it would be a great choice for an approachable garment pattern.
The pattern was very easy to follow, and with the repetitive nature and easy stitch pattern, it’s perfect for an on-the-go project, or binge watching Netflix. Also plenty suitable for a confident beginner to tackle.
Whether you are looking for a quick market-make, a gift for a friend, or just something to make to dress up your desk, this free pattern from EyeLoveKnots is perfect for you! All the pieces work up really quickly with a small amount of yarn, and the design can be fully customized to make a variety of different versions. I highly recommend this pattern to any crocheter!