Here’s another carefully and lovingly curated list of new and free crochet patterns that I come across in my surfing of all things yarn.
A Curated List of New Free Crochet Patterns December Week 3
Hello my yarn loving friends,
Are you all ready for Christmas? I sure hope so!
I got done early this year. I’m finding it so much easier with the kiddos being older.
I do miss leaving out cookies for Santa and carrots for Rudolph, and leaving foot prints and “snow” and all the other fun things you get to do when you aren’t an empty nester.
I guess I will just have to look forward for grandkids someday. Then Christmas will be much more fun again.
Anyway, that gives me more time to crochet!!
Anyway, on to this week… What we have here, in no particular order or category, is a nice list of lovingly and kindly curated New and Free Crochet patterns for your collections!
Free Crochet Patterns
Sonia the sleeping doll amigurumi
Expand your amigurumi skills with this super cute sleeping Sonia doll. This would make any lil one very happy.
The Hedgehog Punk
Isn’t he the cutest! I can tell cutting all those hairs would take some time, but it would be worth it eh?? Let me know if you try this one! too cute!!!
Hooked on Sunshine
The 2017 Lilliana CAL is available for free in all 11 downloadable Parts or you can grab it in a handy pack in the Compendium. It contains the complete Lilliana including round for round instructions on unreleased colorways and the unreleased alternative start.
The poetry of pineapples is achieved with basic crochet stitches being combined in a beautiful way. This poncho is wearable any season of the year for a romantic look.
Elizabeth Stitch Boot Cuff
These boot cuffs are very quick to make, taking only an hour or two. They are the perfect accessory to go with a pair of jeans and your favorite boots.
THE MALIA CLASSIC COWL
This pattern is very easily adaptable to any yarn weight! So if you’re looking for a super quick project, choose a bulky and appropriately-sized hook or, if you’re looking for something a little more delicate, choose a DK yarn. There are notes within the pattern that will instruct you on how to adjust; just keep a ruler handy!
This hat is absolutely adorable, and there are so many different color schemes that to try. These bubblegum inspired shades are pretty awesome, but some in navy, lime, and white; black, white, and red; would be nice too. Decisions, decisions…
What You Love Shawl
I have been wearing this thing all week and it is so cozy, I just know you’re going to love it
Toddler Size Pizza Hat
Grab your hooks and get ready to make this for a pizza loving toddler!
Classic Black Beanie
This black beanie has a classic design, but is made a little differently than your typical crocheted hat. It’s worked as a rectangle and then sewn into a hat. There’s a little bit of ribbing to add some subtle texture and the double brim will help keep ears extra warm.
Swirl and Pineapples Doily
This is a very long pattern (over 30 rounds), so it is broken it into two posts.
Snowflake Cross Stitch Crochet Ornament
Love making handmade ornaments? Need a quick and beautiful gift topper? The Snowflake Cross Stitch Crochet Ornament is fun and fast to make, with a stripy crochet background, a simple embroidered snowflake, and cute pom pom trim to finish it all off. This ornament is lightweight and looks pretty as a gift accent too!
One last ornament for the Christmas tree, make these easy darling little angles with some scrap cotton.
Retro Christmas Tree Scarf
The Retro Christmas Tree Scarf is fun to make, fun to wear, festive for this time of year, and very warm!
not your granny’s dishcloth
This dishcloth pattern is modern, stylish, and can be made from any two colours to work with your home decor. The tapestry style crochet doubles up the thickness of the cloth, making it super durable and absorbent.
Well that was fun wasn’t it? Did you find any projects to add to your collection? I look forward to seeing you again next week!
Until then, have a beautiful week,