Link Blast: 15 Free Crochet Patterns for Easter Traditional

Shown (left to right, top to bottom) 1. Beauty for Ashes Bookmark by Deborah Ziegler 2. Pineapple Cross with Red Roses (requires free registration) 3. Lacy Cross from Petals to Picots 4. Lace Cross from Maggie Weldon 5. Cross for Palm Sunday by Stephanie Pokorny 6. Easter Lily from Tamara Kelly Not Shown in Collage […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: 8-Bit Heart Slouchy

It’s Valentine’s Day and I couldn’t wait to show you this fantastic, super geeky 8-Bit Heart Slouchy from Bethany of Whistle & Ivy. So clever. I want one! With this project, you’ll be working with color changes within the rounds so you are going to be learning how to use bobbins, if you’ve never done […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Sundara Jacket

For several years, I did freelance design work for Caron yarns. During that time, Margret Willson was also doing freelance work for them. I didn’t know her personally and I can’t recall whether we ever chatted through email, but I followed the work of the other designers who were working for Caron since I would […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Daisy Center Granny Heart

Are you looking for a quick, fresh idea for Valentine’s Day? This adorable heart is perfect! You can use it as a large applique, dishcloth, hot mat or coaster. Make several in different colors for a bunting (banner). How about using it as cute little pockets on a little girl’s dress? Use your imagination. There’s […] Read more…

Link Blast: 10 Free Crochet Patterns for Mandala Circle Jackets

Shown (left to right, top to bottom) 1. Swirl Crochet Sweater by Kristin Omdahl 2. Summer Circle by DROPS design 3. Fall Festival by DROPS design 4. Gypsy Blue by DROPS design 5. Dalie Delight by DROPS design 6. Lotus Mandala Duster by Regina Weiss Not Shown in Collage 7. Moonlight Mist by DROPS design […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: The De Rust Square

This gorgeous square was designed by Jen Tyler of Hooks ‘N Tales. At gauge, with DK weight yarn, it measures just over seven inches. Adjust your yarn weight and/or hook size to achieve different sizes. This square would be incredible as an all-over repeat. If that’s too much, though, you could make a solid square […] Read more…

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