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  • Grandma’s Easy Ten-Step Baby Crochet Booties

    Author Heather Phillips Introduction I named this pattern after my grandmother because, back when my grandmother was teaching me to crochet, this was the first pattern she taught me (and if a fumble-fingered 11 year old can learn to make this pattern...
  • Alien Octopus Thingy

    Introduction Before you begin, I feel I have to let you know that I have a hard time following instructions. A lot of times I find a pattern I like and modify the stuffing out of it. Or I just make it up. I have no patience for tedious crap, so you will...
  • Baby Dress, cute chevron skirt

    Author Ruth del Valle Introduction I was wondering a nice baby dress but very easy to do. I thought “I do not know any baby!!”), when it was done, I show it to my son and DIL. She found it so cute, and told me to sell it to her, as she has a friend with...
    by RuthD@2
  • Baby Santa hat

    Author Jessica Felton Introduction I managed to whipped up this little Santa hat very quickly and I'm really happy with the results. The pattern is very simple and can be adjusted to fit the size of any baby's head (perhaps even make one up for...
  • Baby Snow Dragon Amigurumi

    Author Marjorie Jones Introduction This was one of my very first amigurumi patterns, inspired by my love of dragons, and a result of my not being able to find an easy pattern for a small crocheted dragon. This pattern is also one of my most popular, and...
  • Beaded Lace Choker for Easter, Mother's Day, Anyday

    Author Antialite aka Cynthia Rupp Luciene Introduction This is a fun to make choker that whips up in about an hour for those who have some experience with threaded crochet and beading. Don't be afraid to try it if you haven't experience, it's...
  • Boo Alien Amigurumi

    Author Tina Pace Introduction This design came from an old toy that had speakers in it's antenea. I call him Boo. He is a little alien who is very curious, and sometimes causes trouble. He is so cute though, that he normally gets out of it quickly...
    by menwy
  • Buttercup Bag

    Perfect for carrying your crocheting or your everyday needs, this roomy tote is fun and easy to make. The bag is created using a nicely textured v-stitch and lined with a fun fabric to prevent stretching. Buttercup Bag Heather West Finished Size: 18"...
  • Cancer Kitten

    Author CrochetKitten.com Introduction June 21 - July 22. Cancer may appear tough on the outside, but inside she just wants to be loved. Many emotions can be found just below the surface. Materials List MC – 1 skein (120 yd) 4/worsted weight yarn CC -...
  • Cat Nap Mat

    This whimsical mat is a perfect place for a cat to curl up and take a nap. Worked in a textured stitch, it has enough visual interest without creating a hazard. Made in easy-care Wool-Ease Chunky, this cat mat works up fast and cleans up easily. Make...
  • Charmed Wrist Warmers

    Author CrochetKitten.com Introduction This is a crochet version of Knitty's Voodoo Wrist Warmers. Mmm... So warm! Materials List 110 yd 4/worsted-weight yarn J-10 (6.0 mm) crochet hook Yarn needle Finished Size One size fits all. Gauge Not needed...
  • Coral Reef Scarf

    Introduction This scarf was inspired by the hyperbolic crochet coral reef exhibition which recently appeared in the UK. Sadly I didn’t get the chance to go see it for real but I did manage to create a scarf using the hyperbolic crocheting technique. It...
    by Twench
  • Crochet hair clip pattern

    Author Helda Panagary Introduction We all have those leftovers that we cant part with.This quick and easy pattern fulfilles the urge to make something useful with them . Add a bit of bling for the diva in you!!! Gauge; Not im.portant just crochet it Materials...
  • Crochet Mittens Free Pattern - Mrs. Murdock's Mittens

    Author Brenda K. B. Anderson Introduction My sister-in-law (who incidentally lives in Michigan, the nation's high-five) asked me for a no-frills crochet mitten pattern using worsted weight yarn. Finding one was harder than I thought, so I came up...
  • Dangly Beaded Earrings In Hoops

    Author Cynthia Introduction These pretty lacy earrings will dress up any outfit. I like wearing them with a blouse and pair of jeans. It's my first earring project and first pattern writing so if you find a hitch in the pattern please contact me directly...
  • Dog/Puppy Doll Pattern

    Author Ally W. Introduction I made this little guy for a baby. I modified the pattern from Selena K's Aquarias Kitten to post here (with permission) to make him a dog. I also made a couple other changes to the arms and muzzle. To secure the eyes and...
  • Easy Flower Power Applique, Motif, Embellishment

    Author Cynthia Introduction This is a quick, super easy, and very pretty flower that can be used for a number of items such as an applique or embellishment, as a motif and hooked together to make a scarf, top, or necklace, and any number of other projects...
  • Fortune Cookie Bag

    This clever little bag is constructed in single crochet with the bag and flap worked separately, then joined and worked in the round. The single stripe accents this interesting construction. This is a great project for beginning crocheters, as well as...
  • Free Demonstrative Bear Amigurumi Pattern

    Introduction This bear will dance in to the hearts of all that experience his sheer delight to be lovingly crocheted into existence. This pattern has crocheted in limbs to make a very quick work up and easy finish. Sew in ends, embroider a nose, attach...
  • Free Member Patterns

    Featuring the best of the best from members and designers on Crochet Me , you'll find designs for Amigurumi, crochet hat patterns, the always favorite crochet blanket/afghan, and much more crocheting inspiration. Check out our Crochet Me eBooks for...
  • G-square purse

    Author Allena Williams Introduction Girly girls just love this purse! I designed this simple purse to teach crochet at a local arts and crafts store. It helps you practice different stitches, how to change colors and joining. It also teaches the “corner...
  • Interweve Crochet Moss Fern Wrap

    This delicate lace is created using an easy two-row repeat. A great introduction to lace, this shawl is worked from the long edge downward into a trapezoid shape. The pattern can easily be continued to create a triangle, or done on a smaller scale altogether...
  • Jeweled Hexagon Bag

    Author Merri Purdy Introduction This is a simple crocheted bag that you can make. Add the hexagon suggested in the pattern directions, or add one of your own choice; there are numerous free motifs available! I would love to see photos of finished bags...
    by MerriP
  • Leftovers Purse/ Bag

    Author Chriss Smith Introduction So, I had all these swatches of Sari Silk lying around and I felt that it was kind of a waste. But anyone who has worked with Sari Silk knows that ripping back either makes a hairy scary mess of the yarn or you end up...
  • Leo Kitten

    Author CrochetKitten.com Introduction July 23 - August 22. Leo thinks very highly of herself and why shouldn't she? She is generous, open-hearted, and makes life fun. Materials List MC – 1 skein (120 yd) 4/worsted weight yarn CC - scrap 4/worsted...
  • Midsummer Night’s Shawl Charts

    A diaphanously structured lace shawl, this wrap uses treble clusters to create a striking flower design. A great intermediate level project, this pattern includes stitch diagrams for the visual crocheter. This shawl is a great accessory for any season...
  • Mother's Fashion Stole

    Author Sedruola Maruska Introduction This lovely crochet wrap came about because I wanted to make my mom something special for Mother's Day. I had the yarn and the will so I took up my hook and began working. As I was working I decided I didn't...
    by sedie
  • Mr. Octi the Octopus

    Author Maggie Menzel Introduction Mr. Octi is a super cute octopus with a unique constriction. He is very easy to make, and there is no sewing involved! He is also a large toy, and is made to be soft and lovable. It is, however, easy to make him smaller...
  • Newborn granny hat

    Author Jessica Felton Introduction After struggling with a badly written crochet pattern published in Woman's Weekly for the recent Save the Children appeal I decided to come up with my own newborn baby hat pattern. This pattern is based on the granny...
  • Piñata Bag

    A beginner project, this tote is felted. Personalize the color and stripe combination. Designer Tracy St. John Finished Size: About 10" wide, 12" long, and 11" high, excluding handles. Yarn: Stitch Nation Full o’ Sheep (100% Peruvian...
  • Plastic bags coaster

    Author Plastic ribbon coasters Introduction In my bid to try and recycle things. I have been using alternatives to yarn. I have lots of the ribbon used to create bows around parcels, I'm not even sure what is called but florist use it to adorn bunches...
  • Recycled Plastic Bag Crochet Patterns - Little Pots

    Author Michelle Ryan (aka NezumiWorld) Introduction Little pots made from recycled plastic bags. Useful for storing the change from your pockets, buttons, paperclips etc. or if made in a material like twisted paper can be used for seedling plant pots...
    by Nezumi1
  • Shmancy Mr. Octopus

    Author Nicole Fiori Introduction I'll start off by saying this: Did you know that the plural of octopus is octopode? (Not octopi, octopuses, octopussi) This is because the word 'octopus' comes from a Greek term oktopous so the Latin plural...
  • Snowperson

    Introduction This is the first pattern I've ever written, and it took me three revisions to make it so that Ms. Snowperson could stand up on her own! The pattern is for a basic, two part snowman/woman. It's up to you to make it unique--bead or...
  • Summer Dreams Anklet

    Author CrochetKitten.com Introduction Show off your legs with this lovely anklet. It's the perfect complement for sandals! The chain stitch is all you need to know to make it. Materials List 1 yd 22g artistic wire 22 5-mm rice pearl beads 1 metal...
  • Sunset Rauna

    Easy Tunisian crochet ruana worked in an entrelac pattern. This large wrap is worked on a larger-than-usual Tunisian hook, so the finished fabric has a nice drape, making this an excellent, versatile layering piece for winter. Designer Sharon Faulkner...
  • Ta-Tas Bear

    Author CrochetKitten.com Introduction This cuddly bear will keep your little angel company wherever he goes! Pattern originally appeared in HAIN's 2008 Fall Newsletter. Materials List MC (Bear): 375 yd 5/bulky weight yarn CC (Shirt): 50 yd 4/worsted...
  • The Swedish Snail

    Author Stina Svensson Introduction This is a snail that is very easy to make. You crochet two different cylinders and then sew them together. I put a little bell inside the body and gave it to my niece who likes everything that makes a sound (she's...
  • Tiny Dragon

    Author Tanja Osswald Introduction Last year I went to a sewing workshop and one woman there could not imagine what a crocheted dragon could look like. So, in the evening, I made her one. Many thanks to snuffykin for proofreading and testing the pattern...
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