Here at artswithcrafts.com, crochet is one of our favorite pastimes. We love crochet patterns, crochet tutorials and crochet project ideas, and we’re always a) thinking of them b) sharing them with you and c) searching for them on online from other websites. The following links are some of the crochet pages we’ve come up with, and we hope you’ll enjoy checking them out.
Free Crochet Patterns
Free DIY Scrubbie Patterns — These scrubbie patterns incorporate crochet and upcycled materials. The projects on the list are quick, easy and frugal. We think you’re going to love ’em!
Crochet Rainbow Patterns — Looking for brightly colored, bohemian style festival wear? Want to stand out at school, on the ski slopes or wherever else you wear cold-weather accessories like scarves and fingerless gloves? Want to decorate your home with vibrant and powerful jolts of color? If rainbow designs are appealing to you for any reason, check out our page of crochet rainbow patterns. Most of the patterns on the list are FREE, but the list also includes suggestions for some paid patterns that are truly worth the money.
6 Free Patterns for Cross Stitch on Crochet — Did you know that you can work cross stitch right on top of some of your crochet projects? You can! And it’s one of the easiest ways I know of to transform a plain, solid-colored crochet project into a splendid multicolored piece.
We’ve compiled a list of free patterns you can use for exploring this interesting technique. The project list is posted here at artswithcrafts.com.
3 Cute Heart Appliques — Get free patterns for crocheting 3 adorable heart appliques.
Free Crochet Instructions and Tutorials
Learn How to Crochet With Beads and Wire — This page is both a tutorial and a pattern; using this tutorial, you can learn one approach to crocheting with beads and wire, and you also have the opportunity to make a gorgeous beaded napkin ring at the same time.
Learn About the Rag Crochet Technique — Rag crochet, AKA “fabric crochet,” is a thrifty, frugal, and eco-friendly crochet technique that also happens to result in stunning finished projects. There are a few things you should know about this technique before you get started — plus we hook you up with some free patterns too.
By Amy Solovay
About the Author: Amy Solovay is a freelance writer with a background in textile design. She holds a bachelor’s degree with a studio art minor; and she has also obtained another degree in textile design. Amy has been crocheting and making crafts since childhood, and knitting since her teenage years. Her work also appears at AmySolovay.com, KnittingandCrochet.net and Crochet-Books.com. Amy sends out a free knitting and crochet newsletter so interested crafters can easily keep up with her new patterns and tutorials. If you’re already an Instagram user, Amy also invites you to follow her on Instagram.
This page was last updated on 8-25-2019.