Free Crochet Patterns

Crochet Me has thousands of free crochet patterns for every crocheter from the most beginner to advanced. New designs are constantly being added, and whether you are looking for step by step instruction or inspiration, Crochet Me has the pattern for you.

  Free Crochet Pattern eBooks
Start with the member exclusive free crochet pattern eBooks, filled with all your favorite patterns and techniques. We’re coming out with new pattern collections all the time, so be sure to check back to see what’s new over at the free eBooks page! Here are a few of our most popular collections:
               
Free eBook: Magic Ring, Technique + Patterns
 
Free eBook: Crochet Hat Patterns
 
Free eBook: Crochet Afghan Patterns
 
Free eBook: Easy Crochet Patterns
 
Free eBook: Magic Ring, Technique + Patterns   Free eBook: Crochet Hat Patterns   Free eBook: Crochet Afghan Patterns   Free eBook: Easy Crochet Patterns  
 
  Free Patterns from Interweave Crochet Magazine
Then, jump over to the free patterns from Interweave Crochet for a special crochet pattern treat. This magazine features the best of the best in the crochet world, and we want to share some of the sensational designs that have been published. These are just a few of the wonderful designs available:
               
Free Clones Lace Motif Patterns
 
Free Five-Spice Crochet Hat
 
Free Crocheted Pompeii Mobius
 
Get the Skinny Free Scarves
 
Free Clones Lace Motif Patterns   Free Five-Spice Crochet Hat   Free Crocheted Pompeii Mobius   Get the Skinny Free Scarves  
 
  Member Free Crochet Patterns
You’re adventure wouldn’t be complete without browsing the huge selection of patterns from crocheters just like you in our Crochet Me member gallery. You’ll find afghans and amigurumi, beanies and baby crochet, and patterns to fit your every needs. Here are the member favorites:
               
Crochet Mittens Free Pattern - Mrs. Murdock's Mittens
 
Free Amigurumi Pattern -
 
Free Crochet Headband Pattern - Quick Winter Headband
 
Free Mitten Pattern - Basic Crochet Fingerless Mittens
 
Crochet Mittens Free Pattern - Mrs. Murdock's Mittens   Free Amigurumi Pattern -
Amigurumi Dude
  Free Crochet Headband Pattern - Quick Winter Headband   Free Mitten Pattern - Basic Crochet Fingerless Mittens  
               


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