Crochet Patterns

I enjoy crochet.  It has been a part of my life for over 50 years and I never seem to grow tired of making things.  They don’t even have to be useful things..grin   There is something in the process that fulfills a need to create… or maybe it just fill my hands with pleasant motion…who knows.  Anyway, there are many places one can find wonderful patterns to crochet almost anything.  For that person out there who just wants to learn to do some of the basics, here are a few patterns.  These patterns are free for you to use. Make as many as you like and feel free to sell them at your school bazaars and swap meets.

  • 3″ TINY HEART This little 3″ heart is done with thread instead of yarn and is perfect for embellishing crazy quilts, pockets, gift boxes… whatever one would like..
  • TINY CROCHETED BASKET This is another thread crochet motif that can be used as an embellishment.
  • V-STITCH AFGHAN This afghan moves along at a quick and easy pace, works up quickly and is soft and comfortable.  It makes a wonderful gift and can be sized easily by varying the size of the needle or the size of the thread.
  • EASY FINGERLESS MITTENS Crocheting in the back loop only is an easy way to make a ribbing…these mittens look good and are comfortable.
  • EASY RIBBED HAT Here’s the pattern for the hat that matches the fingerless mittens.  I made these sets as gifts…
  • EASY RIBBED SLIPPERS Easy to make, quick to put together…
  • CROCHETED MEDALLION SCARF Another quick and easy pattern.  The drape and feel of this scarf is wonderful.

25 Responses to Crochet Patterns

  1. I tried several different ways to look at the pattern and print it for the crocheted medallion scarf but I had no luck. What do I have to do to print this free pattern? Your help would be appreciated.

    Lesley

  2. Linda S. says:

    Hi Lesley.. Thanks for the head’s up about this page. I have fixed the link in the list above, but am having difficulty figuring out how to fix the link in the sidebar listing. If you click on the link in the main body of the text it will take you to the pattern.. ;0)

  3. Bahar Aras says:

    I am interested in patchworks,needleworks and other handcrafts.I have made some works such as cushions,handcrafts and gifted to my relatives. want to make a bed sheet with flower patterns and patchwork for myself.I went to make Brazilian Emroidery a table sheet and runner.Sincerely……..

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  5. dottie says:

    I HAVE NEVER CROCHETED BEFORE BUT WOULD LIKE TO TEADH MYSELF, i NEED TO LEARN TO MAKE SOME DRESSES FOR MY DAUGHTERS DOLLS THEY ARE ONLY FOUR INCHES TALL, CAN YOU TELL ME HOW OR IS THAT A SECRET AMONG CROCHETERS, ;)I Can’t seem to find a pattern or tutorial for a dress and matching hat that small, so if you would be so kind as to advise, it would be greatfully appreciated.God Bless you with your passion.

  6. dottie says:

    oh our dolls are 4 inches tall

  7. Deborah Panter says:

    I saw a reference to a Dale Earnhardt afghan pattern on your old website but I cannot find it on your new website. Can you send it to me or direct me to it online?
    Many thanks,
    Deb Panter

  8. donna says:

    i have been looking for a baby poncho crochet pattern for years. It is with 3 ply yarn, shaped into sort of a triangle, and at the very bottom three rolls of ruffles were worked inbetween the last 3 rolls. This was the first pattern i made, it is very easy. It fits about a 2-5 year old, although you make it bigger. please if you can help me, i would be entirely appreciate. I made it for my two little girls about 40 years ago and would like to make it for my grandaughter.

  9. Noelle says:

    I was looking for a simple ribbed crochet hat pattern for some left over yarn I had. The first page google brought me to was yours, and the pattern is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so much for taking the time to put it online.

  10. Linda S. says:

    Donna… I have done every seach I can think of to help you find your pattern and have had no luck. I’m sorry…

    You are very welcome Noelle…

  11. Rita Boyd says:

    I can’t seem to find the white dress you said you had made several times. It is shown at the top of the first page on this site. It wasn’t at Justcrochet. Can you tell me where to find it please? Thanks.

  12. dorothy smith says:

    I am looking for the crochet pattern for sunbonnet sue and over all sam afghan that was from the 1979 annie’s attic book.I cannot find it any where I need help to find this. Please let me know if any body knows how i can locate it. thank you dorothy smith.

  13. Mireya Shaffer says:

    I am looking for a crochet pattern for a mantilla, it’s a chapel veil worn in Spain or Italy. I’ve been looking on the web for about two months and cannot find anything. I would greatly appreciate it, if anyone knows where I can find a crochet pattern for the mantilla to please email me. Thank you, Mireya Shaffer.

  14. Denise says:

    So sorry about the confusion on crocheted hat. I figured it out. I have not crocheted in a while since I run a transcription business from home. I was off a couple of days after Christmas and decided I did not want to get out in the after Christmas madness and decided to crochet. It is a wonderful pattern. Thanks. I have been looking for a pattern for a hat for my neice with the pom pom on top and this one is great. I use to crochet more with the the charities in the past and now I have the bug again.

  15. Angie TamSing says:

    Mireya – I am also looking for a mantilla pattern. I’m thinking that I can take a shawl pattern and do it in thread, adjusting for size (making it bigger than the pattern for yarn). There are some very nice lacy ones. Or you could use a lacy pattern that uses the finest yarn and adjust from there. Actually, I did find one pattern – a vintage one with little flowers on it. But I didn’t like it. I want straight filet type pattern. If you’re interested, it’s at: http://www.besthandknitting.com/vintage-crochet/women/snood/fascinator/bright-mantilla-fascinator/prod_388.html?review=write for $2.99 or the same thing is on ebay for $7.99 at: http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-Crochet-Mantilla-Fascinator-Scarf-Pattern-Shawl_W0QQitemZ260544902703QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxZ20100129?IMSfp=TL100129194002r22546 I’m surprised there are not more out there. Let me knonw if you find anything else. Thanks.
    Angie

  16. cheryl russell says:

    I have several thread crochet patterns that I would like to sell, do you buy patterns from individuals?
    I do not want to fool with trying to sell on ebay, etc. I have several patterns that are 1950’s patterns, some Magic Crochet magazines from the 1980’s, and other stuff.
    If you are interested I can email the descriptions and pictures to you. These are from a smoke-free home and are in very good condition.

  17. Lela Braun says:

    If only more than 80 people would hear about this..

  18. Linda Cowan says:

    i am looking for a basic stocking cap made in rounds

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  20. WOW whatfun!! I’Mmaking your pattern from cobbler’scabin web a flower crocheted. Been crocheting 65 yrs & never had such FUN! L ike a good book you can’t lay down. thanks. i’m making flowersto put o CHEMO CAPS .They surely will be unique & Beautiful.

  21. Cathy Smihula, USA says:

    For Donna –
    Try looking at favecrafts.com, crochet for kids; then fleecy poncho, loopy poncho and ruffle capelet. I think you could add the ruffle easy enough instead of the fringe.

    There are a lot of websites you can search too – I started with a broad search, started narrowing down from there.

    Good luck in your search!

  22. Elizabeth says:

    I am looking for a crochet sunbonnet sue pattern her dress was a potholder that was buttoned on to the body . would love to find it again lost it in a move when i got sick with cancer. pattern was probably around 1975 to 980 beautiful quilts wish i quilted now . but never learned to sew

  23. Elizabeth says:

    PS it was made with sport yarn not crochet thread

  24. gifts shop says:

    Generally I do not learn article on blogs, but I wish to say that this write-up very compelled me to try and do it! Your writing style has been surprised me. Thank you, quite great post.

  25. Harriet says:

    Looking for Winnie the Pooh crochet patterns. I think you had some on the old site. Can’t find them on this one

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