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  • Perfect Pencil Skirt

    Author by Josi Hannon Madera Introduction A super-easy skirt pattern (all single crochet!) with explanations to help you tailor it perfectly to your measurements. Remember when you first started to crochet -- your grand plans for designing the wardrobe...
  • A Scarf That Rocks

    Author Christie Pruitt Introduction This scarf is so much fun to make! And the colors will keep you going and going.... Materials List 1 skein Socks That Rock, medium weight sock yarn, approx. 380 yards - available at: http://www.bluemoonfiberarts.com...
  • Adorable Mister Fox

    free pattern on my blog Amigurumi To Go also see me on facebook for daily free patterns Amigurumi Freely
  • Adventuring Sage Cable Vest

    Author by Even Howard Introduction Did you ever have one of those relatives, possibly an uncle, older cousin -- or if you were really lucky -- a father, whose adventurous spirit caught up everyone around? It’s in honor of those eccentric men who...
    by EvenH
  • Beer Bracelet

    Author Beer Bracelet or Coffee Cozy, you pick! Introduction With the fall season in quickly approaching here in Cincinnati, I thought I would share with you my little recipe for my beer bracelet . Or some may call it my wrist warmer . Or others my coffee...
    by Robyn@6
  • Blue Flowers

    Author Michelle Ryan (aka NezumiWorld) Introduction Pretty flower in a bulky yarn something I normally don't use for flowers but makes a nice sized super quick flower. Materials List Super chunky/ Bulky (USA)/ 16ply I used Rowan Little Big Wool (very...
    by Nezumi1
  • Book Thong

    Author by Donna Hulka Introduction Recycle those paper bookmarks you get for free at the bookstore. Chuck those decrepit woven things you've kept since childhood. Take a few minutes to crochet yourself a simple, elegant book thong that will make you...
  • Boo-treelicious--Ghost Ornaments

    Author by Vickie Howell (www.vickiehowell.com) Introduction Adorn your spooky tree with these Boo-treelicious ghost ornaments! (Originally published as a Free Pattern of the Month on www.vickiehowell.blogspot.com) Materials List MATERIALS: 1 ball Vickie...
    by Info@14
  • Cable Gauntlets

    Author Christie Pruitt Introduction I love crochet cables! They look hard, and at first might seem hard to a beginner. But once you get them down, they look awesome! These gloves are designed to be warm, soft and functional - but mostly? To show off the...
  • Cassie Leg Warmers

    Author CrochetKitten.com Introduction These lacy leg warmers have an optional lacing up the back, so they "grow" with your little dancer. Available in both child and adult sizes. Materials List 2/sport-weight mohair-type yarn Size G-6 (4.0 mm...
  • Changing Yarn in the Middle of your Work

    Kim Werker, former editor of Interweave Crochet and co-host of Knitting Daily TV, demonstrates how to change yarn in the middle of your work.
    by Jason
  • Charlie Brown's Tree Ornament

    Author Leanne Fairweather Introduction Hello! This is my first posted pattern to this site! I had originally designed these to be earrings, but they turned out a liiiiittle to big for my taste (but can certainly still be worn as earrings)! Instead, these...
    by lyra1
  • Chunky Tapestry Crochet Baskets

    Author Erssie Major Introduction Bright and colourful baskets are made from scraps of chunky wool by making a circular 2 colour or 3 colour spiral base, then making the sides using simple motifs and tapestry crochet See Carol Ventura's blog for more...
    by ErssieM
  • Circle scarflette

    Introduction This scarflette looks complicated, but is actually very quick and easy to make, and you can get to use very small amounts of scrap yarn. Materials List Scrap yarn Suitable crohet hook Finished Size As long as you want! Gauge Doesn't matter...
    by ToriS
  • Circus Popcorn Bracelet

    Author Lulu D If u make it please let know How it comes out! Introduction So early todayI was browsing some stitches and I came along the popcorn stitch pattern. What was intended to be a scarf turned into a cute funky bracelet! I plan on making a matching...
  • Cowl neck fringed capelet

    Author creativeyarn (http://creativeyarn.blogspot.com/) Introduction A very easy capelet, crocheted with an 8mm hook that makes you work fast. I think it's a perfect friend's last minute gift for christmas, because you can do it in a day. Thank...
  • Crazy Belt (or is it a skinny scarf?)

    Author Emily Nelson Introduction Need a quick accessory? Panic no more! This super quick, totally versatile pattern will come to the rescue. It's a belt! It's a scarf! It's a hair wrap! It does everything but carry your groceries, and adds...
  • Crochet 101 - Learn the Basic Stitches of Crochet

    Learn the Basic Stitches of Crochet with Kim Werker, former editor of Interweave Crochet and co-host of Knitting Daily TV.
    by Jason
  • Crochet Buttons

    Author Heldasland Introduction Shopping for the right button can be a nightmare, if you are lucky you'll find one that costs the earth. With all the wonderful colours of yarn available it can be really difficult to find the perfect match. Sometimes...
  • Crochet Corner with Kristin Omdahl - Knitting Daily TV episode 407

    Knitting Daily TV Series 400 is excited to announce a new regular segment to the show - Crochet Corner with Kristin Omdahl. In this preview clip from episode 407, Kristin demonstrates working in rounds rather than rows to produce both flat motifs, as...
    by JaimeG
  • 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 Leave or Flower Petal

    Introduction Here is pattern for a leave or a flower petal Materials List yarn and 2,5 mm hook Finished Size as big as you want Gauge N/A The Pattern Here is full video and pattern http://www.craftmastery.com/free-crochet-patterns/crochet-pattern-of-the...
  • Crochet Necklace

    Author creativeyarn (http://creativeyarn.blogspot.com/) Introduction I've tried to write down a pattern for this necklace once it was done, (I use to work by sudden inspiration!). I don't know if it's very clear, but you can make any question...
  • crochet vest shrug pattern

    http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/product_view/7181394
  • Crystal Lace Crochet Bolero

    Author by Robyn Chachula Introduction For me, inspiration comes from literally everything I touch. This bolero is all emotions. See, my best friend recently moved to Phoenix and since I live in the east coast, I definitely had mixed emotions. On one hand...
    by Robyn@6
  • Cute Bracelets

    Author Dezyray Introduction these are awesome. my grandma has a store and i was able to sell these little buggers. they made soo much money. this is really good for people who like things fast. they only take around 3 minutes. please comment. it would...
  • Drop-Stitch Scarf

    Author by Marlo D. Cairns Introduction It may still be Winter, but a stylish scarf can take you clear through the cool nights of long-awaited Spring. This one will take you no time at all to crochet in a stitch that mimics the ever-popular knitted drop...
  • Easy, Chunky Cabled Cushion Cover Pattern

    Author Easy, Chunky Cabled Cushion Cover Pattern Introduction Need to freshen up your cushion cover? Well here is a lovely chunky cabled cushion cover. The finer finishes are up to you, tassles could be added to the corners, or a nice fringe to surround...
  • Fiber Frenzies by Lisa

    One of the largest Bags I have made. It has alot of "bling" all around. Bag is also lined. Flowers galore!! :)
  • Fleuri: A bag in blossom

    Author by Julie Holetz Introduction I’ve dreamed of this bag for a couple of years. Every once in a while I would pick up some yarn and give it a try, but it just wouldn’t come out right. Then, one very gray, very rainy Seattle morning I picked...
  • Floral Cascade Afghan

  • Flower Power!

    Author by Marlo Cairns Introduction Oh, how these complete your Springtime wardrobe! Hook up some coordinating sets of this bracelet/hair tie duo*, give some as gifts, and use up your scraps stash. Can't get any better than that, eh? * If you're...
  • 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...
  • free pattern

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7lG6X00PhU
  • free pattern scarf, shawl

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tDCMqZm-Ls
  • Granny Square Spiral

    Author PKOlson Introduction Spiraling Granny Square Pattern. Materials List Yarn - any, appropriate sized hook for chosen yarn. Sample was created with Patons Classic Merino & 4.5mm hook. Finished Size Varies based on yarn & hook size chosen....
    by PamO@6
  • Hand knit cuff bracelet

    With four different size amber beads and gold craft wire, I knitted this cuff bracelet. It turned out much more glamorous than I anticipated. What's that old saying...All dressed up and no where to go.
  • Happy granny square

    Introduction This is a traditional granny square that I've seen several places. I've used it for a blanket and a bag. When someone asked me for the pattern, I searched the Internet, but I couldn't find it. So I wrote it down, and now share...
    by ToriS
  • Hemp Goodies for Your Hair

    Author by Jo Anne Tracy Introduction Not *that* kind of hemp! This is a fine drapey twine that crochets up nice and tight with a smallish hook – flexible enough to wrap around a pony-tail, but stiff enough to hold its shape. Included here are two...
  • Hexagon Cowl

    Author Christie Pruitt Introduction I had 2 skeins of Patons SWS in my stash. What the heck can you do with 2 skeins? Well, a cool cowl! I only needed the second skein for the last round of the cowl. Your mileage with this yarn may vary, but I recommend...
  • Hip-Hop

    Author by Carol Ventura Introduction For those who like to crochet loosely, this is the project for you since it's tapestry crocheted with a large hook and loose stitches. With tapestry crochet, one yarn is single crocheted, while another is carried...
  • Hope Bracelet

    Author CrochetKitten.com Introduction This lovely bracelet is made from pearls and amethyst beads. Materials List 2 yd 28g artistic wire 6 5-mm rice pearl beads 5 5-mm gemstone beads 1 metal toggle clasp Size C-2 (2.75 mm) crochet hook Needle nose pliers...
  • I Need Crochet Help!

    Crochet-related requests for help.
  • jacket pattern

    http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/product_view/7208202
  • Jacob's Ladder Scarf

    Author Shannon Johnson Introduction This is a fast and fun fashion scarf designed to give color to those drab outfits we are so often required to wear to work. This project can be completed in little more than a day, and provides practice with progressively...
  • Just a Little Privacy Wrap

    Author by Kelly. A Jackson Introduction This wrap was created specifically with breastfeeding mothers in mind. Created with 100% silk chenille, it is both airy and beautiful. The wider edges of the wrap provide enough coverage to give babies privacy while...
  • Kristin Omdahl's Stella Wrap from Wrapped in Crochet - Knitting Daily TV episode 201

    Designer and author Kristin Omdahl appears as a guest on Knitting Daily TV episode 201, demonstrating how to make the Stella Wrap, a crocheted lace wrap made-in-the-round, from her book, Wrapped in Crochet (Interweave, 2008). The Stella Wrap pattern-...
    by JaimeG
  • Lacy Fingerless Crochet Gloves

    Author Christie Pruitt Introduction I wanted a lacy, dainty, delicate glove. Something light to wear in the Summer months ahead. I think these look so elegant and lady-like! Don't you agree? Materials List 1 Skein Bernat Baby, Fingering Weight, 100...
  • 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...
  • Minion hat

    Minion hat
  • Minnie Bead Crochet Amulet

    Author "Minnie" a Bead Crochet Amulet by Carol Cathey Introduction This is a great starter piece for Bead Crochet Bags. If you ever wanted to try crocheting with beads to make an amulet. Here is your pattern. Have a great time. Materials List...
  • Mists of Avalon Scarf

    Author Paulissa Kipp Introduction A versatile unisex pattern, the puff stitch provides textural interest in this quick project. Materials List Materials: Size J Hook/6 MM 1 skein Worsted Weight yarn, I used Red Heart Sage Finished Size Approximately 60...
  • My Reversible Scarf

    Author Sanhita Kar Introduction This is the first time I have written down a pattern, for the scarf which just “ happened “ to strike me as a new and interesting pattern, rather a possibility for a scarf, while I was crocheting a pair of baby socks.I...
    by sanhita
  • Nubby Dishcloth

    Author Charlotte Richardson, 2009 www.tangledyarns.ca Introduction The great texture in this dishcloth is achieved by alternating single crochet and treble crochet stitches. It could also be used as a pot holder! Materials List • I used a 4mm/size G6...
  • Oriental Doily

  • Outside-In Square-in-the-Round

    Author robert w dumond Introduction This is my first stab at a crochet pattern. I wanted to make a square design in the round. I had found plenty of patterns for working from the middle out, but I could not find any for working outside in, so I printed...
  • Pillow Belts

    Author by Rebecca Velasquez Introduction The creation of Pillow Belts came as a result of my desire to renew the looks of various rooms as the season’s change, without going broke. Depending on the yarn and/or embellishments you choose, these belts...
  • Potato Chip Tawashi

    Author by Terry Heese Introduction Recently, I have discovered the world of tawashi. A tawashi is a handmade dish scrubbie. They can be made from any yarn, but I have chosen to use acrylic yarn because it dries faster than cotton. Great stash-busting...
    by Thands
  • Pretty Picots Poinsettia Snowflake

    Author Jennifer Christensen Introduction Winter is on its way, and so are last minute Holiday gifts. I think that we all have done that last minute quick crochet gift for our kids teachers, the unexpected house guest for the Holiday, etc... This little...
  • Recycle, don´t throw away!

    Author Recycle your old-non-useful CD's into beautiful coasters Introduction http://www.flickr.com/photos/honeyvarita/3523348008/ My mug and my diffussor were unhappy placed on an old CD, but the CD felt it was still useful, so I decided to add some...
    by RuthD@2
  • Rosebud Shrug

    Author by Vashti Braha Introduction Shrugs don't get any easier than this: it's a simple rectangle and there's NO seamin', NO sizin', NO shapin'. It's also probably the only 1-skein shrug out there, but if you want to use 2...
    by VashtiB
  • Selseleh

  • Sensual shawl in lovers' knot

    Author Isabela Anaguano Introduction The shawl is made with the cotton yarn and the lovers' knot - ideal for the beach cover up or during the cooler summer evenings. What I love about this project is how sensual it looks on the female body. The neutral...
  • Sequin cowl

    Crochet cowl.
  • Serene Swan Doily

  • Simple crochet shawl

    Author Heldasland Introduction The beauty of this pattern is that is made for showcasing those beautiful multicoloured yarns we all love .Quite possibly the easiest pattern you'll ever do. Great fun. Materials List You decide what yarn you will use...
  • Simple crocheted slippers

    Author Larissa B. Introduction These comfy slippers are fairly easy to make. Wear them while curled up with a good book, or on the couch watching a movie. The pattern is the same for both feet, but after the slippers have been worn a bit they will conform...
  • Simple tie

    Author Stina Svensson Introduction My dad asked me to crochet a tie for him as a Christmas gift. I had no idea how to make a tie (that he actually would want to wear!)but I decided to give it a try. I've since then made several ties for my dad and...
  • Spiderweb Hip Wrap

    Author Brenda K. B. Anderson Introduction This super fast and inexpensive wrap was created as a belly dance accessory. It would also make a cute cover-up at the beach, or a nice accent piece over a skirt or leggings on a night out. Materials List About...
  • Striped Bracelets

    Author Dezyray Introduction these are really cute especially with black and white. you can do them with any two colors. and if you like to double braclets up they really look good with black or white braids. Materials List 2 different colors of #4 worsted...
  • Sushi Roll

    Author by MK Carroll Introduction The decorative domestic arts: the desire to cover everything in the house. Cozies for the toaster, tea pot, coffee pot, vacuum cleaner; doilies on all flat surfaces, antimacassars on the backs of chairs and couches (even...
  • Texture Squares Baby Blanket

    Author Penny Vaughan Introduction My sister in law is expecting her 1st baby, and what better way to welcome the new addition, with a hand made crocheted baby afghan! I made this afghan in the colors of her choice, but certainly you may pick any colors...
  • The Inaugural Project

    Author by Pam Introduction Join us in The Inaugural Project . Consider it almost a call-to-arms for all you crocheters itching for some fresh patterns. With the permission of designer Pam, The Inaugural Project begins with her very, very simple pattern...
  • The Incredibly Versatile Giant Snowflake

    Author by Even Howard Introduction I’ve wanted to make snowflake-inspired crochet forever. When I met with Rowan’s “Soft Baby” in my local yarn shop, I knew that the season had finally arrived. Thanks to the various ‘circle...
    by EvenH
  • Thirds

    Author by Annette Petavy Introduction This is a light scarf for spring that can also be used as a belt, tied at the hip. It is made up of triangular, rather unusal motifs. The beaded fringe adds a little glamour – and it looks great with jeans!...
  • Three Strands Crochet Headband

    Introduction Easy three strands crocheted headband. The pattern is almost the same as the necklace I've made some time ago, and that's published on Crochet Me as well. The only difference is that the strands here have the same length, and that...
  • Tinsel creatures

    Author Silvia Insaurralde Introduction I made these earrings as a gift for women in my family, last year. They are fast to make, and you can make them different every time, depending on the thread you choose or the amount of beads you use. Topstitching...
  • 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...
  • Tropical Twist Headbands

    This is one of 3 styles of headbands I made. This one was made for my youngest daughter and it took SEVERAL attempts to get something we liked. The patterns are on Etsy if you are interested.
  • Tunisian Bind Off: Slip Stitch

    Toni Rexroat demonstrates how to bind off Tunisian crochet using the slip-stitch method.
  • Tunisian Set-up Row

    Toni Texroat demonstrates how to do a set-up row for Tunisian crochet.
  • Tunisian Simple Stitch

    Toni Rexroat demonstrates how to work the Tunisian simple stitch.
  • Twisted Taupe Wrap

    Author Andrea Graciarena Introduction It took me 3 nights of Tunisian crochet but it was worth it. It's a combination of 3 different Tunisian Crochet stitches (a 3 row pattern stitch), and let me add that it's very easy to follow. The variegated...
    by AGmode
  • Two Traveling Bags

    Author by Chloe Nightingale Introduction Every year since I learned to crochet, I've made at least one of these bags, and although I'm always promising myself it will be the last one I make, I end up giving it to one of my friends (usually my...
    by Chloe
  • Water's Edge Crochet Cover-up

    Author by Emily Nelson Introduction Whether you’re lounging by the pool, skipping rocks on the river, walking by the ocean, or relaxing on the lake, you’ll find that this swimsuit cover-up fits perfectly into the scene. Make one to match each...
  • Wave Crochet Afghan

    Another afghan crocheted for charity in 8 ply acrylic' Needles" yarn.
  • Weaved Scarf

    Author Stefanie Nowland Introduction I was playing with a size Q crochet hook when I thought of it. My first thought was to use ribbon to weave in, but I didn't have any a the time so I used Fun Fur instead. This is my first posting of a pattern,...
  • Wire Heart Pendant

    Author Michelle Ryan Introduction Small wire heart, this simple project is a good introduction to crocheting with wire. Pattern has written instructions and a diagram Materials List Red wire 0.60mm 4mm (size 7) hook (or a yarn of your own choice &...
    by Nezumi1
  • Zen and the Art of Stash Diving + Scarf Pattern

    Author by Robyn Chachula Introduction Its 2 days before Christmas and I haven’t started the scarf for my mother in-law. Its 2 days before my niece’s birthday and I haven’t started her purse. OR its 2 days before my best friend’s...
    by Robyn@6
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