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Free Crochet Pattern: Fair Isle Slouchy Hat

Megan Meyer of Left in Knots has designed this beautiful hat with a beautiful Fair Isle style band. This is a perfect introduction to color changing with a small section like this. The band consists of 11 rows total. Megan has used the tapestry crochet technique of carrying the yarn. For short little color changes, […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Wild Wheat Shawl

Have a look at this outstanding crescent-shaped shawl from Johanna Lindahl of Mijo Crochet. Incredible work, isn’t it? Johanna lives in Sweden so you probably won’t have easy access to the same fingering weight yarn she used if you live in the US. Note that she recommends any weight of yarn as long as you […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Mountains Cowl

Julie King of Gleeful Things designs flirty, fun crochet projects. You may have seen her collection of barefoot sandals in previous posts, here at MakeItCrochet. The large, squishy cowl, especially one with fringe, is one of the hottest accessories this season. Yes, there is more than the messy bun hat, I promise! I know I’ve […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Edlothia Shawl

Well, I checked and I double-checked and I triple-checked. Yes, indeed. This IS crochet and it IS free and it IS quite possibly the most stunning thing I have seen in awhile. First, you’ve got that gorgeous very long self-striping yarn. It’s a light fingering weight so you can get a lot of different looks […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Ready for Santa Hat

Can I get a collective “Awwwwww!” from all of you? Isn’t that adorable? Jenn Wolfe Kaiser of Life Adorned is the deigner and pattern writer of this fabulous “Ready for Santa” stocking hat. Jenn has used Red Heart Fur in this design. I really need to pick that up because I am needing it Right. […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Country Christmas Doily

I’m sure you’ve seen the incredible thread work of Elizabeth Ann White of BellaCrochet. She’s been published numerous times and is now making her work available on the internet. What I like most about this pattern is that Elizabeth has taken a vintage doily pattern and interpreted it with her own style. I’ve read through […] Read more…

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