What are your favorite crochet patterns?

May 15, 2012

My crochet pattern queue used to be filled with patterns that boast classic silhouettes and subtle texture. But in the last few years, my queue has expanded to include bright colorwork, unusual and mod silhouettes, crochet jewelry, and more.

 
Crochet Necklace by Creativeyarn
 

This exploration of new techniques and styles started as I began to explore the crochet garments and accessories that were being created by other Crochet Me members. Now I spend hours browsing through the pictures you upload to the Member photo galleries, exploring the patterns you have favorited or commented on, and adding many of these patterns to my own favorites.

 
  Solas Caomh Blanket by Jodi Euchner

Now on Crochet Me's pinterest collection, I have created a board to gather favorite crochet projects and pictures. Some of these projects are from the pages of Interweave Crochet, some are patterns that were created and posted by Crochet Me member, and others are simply pictures of projects* you have made. All of these pictures and patterns are pulled from Crochet Me.

Check out our "Crochet Pattern Favorites" board on Pinterest. It will continue to grow as you create new favorite projects. Do you have favorite patterns that you would like to see on this board? Let me know in the comments below.

Best wishes,

*We have made a small change in our community guidelines so that we can share images with you on Pinterest: In an effort to extend your reach and make more crocheters and designers aware of what you're doing, we may share some of the contributions you've made to the community. By posting content (including but not limited to images) on Crochet Me, you agree that Interweave and its community members may share it on social media sites such as Facebook, Pinterest, or other social media outlets that may come into existence.


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DonnaP wrote
on May 16, 2012 11:01 AM

I've made scarves and shawls and afghans for the past few years - with a few hats and purses thrown in. Since finding Doris Chan's method of making sweaters and vests I've started making lots more vests and some sweaters for myself.