Cobbler’s Cabin…. Lots of free Crochet Patterns…

After buying all kinds of crochet thread for the Tablet Weaving Class (more on the second class later…what fun that was!)  I have ALL THIS THREAD left over in several different colors.  I was wandering through my pictures this morning and found this pic of a doily I made a while back and I fell in love with that pattern all over again.   I’m sure there will be several more of these made, but I also want to do some new things.

So a search was on immediately for crochet patterns…

And look what I found… Cobbler’s Cabin … with lots of crochet patterns in a long list in the right column…  This small bowl pattern is a favorite and I’m betting that before long I will have several waiting patiently on the coffee table for me to buy the balloons to shape them.. ;o)

It’s the beginning of deep summer here in Texas and the temps are climbing to near the 100F/38C  and everyone is staying inside except those enthusiastic, wonderful kids who live for the swimming pool. (Remember those days!)  That makes this a really good time to do some small handwork… like crochet.. ;o)

Have a wonderful day…

About Linda S.

Retired Grandma living in North Central Texas and enjoying being able to spend my time with all my many crafting interests.
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5 Responses to Cobbler’s Cabin…. Lots of free Crochet Patterns…

  1. Anna says:

    The doily in the picture is beautiful! Do you have a link to the pattern?

  2. Linda S. says:

    Hi Anna… I will have to look and see what book this pattern came from. If it is an old one, I may be able to post it. If not, I can tell you which book to look for.. ;o)

  3. Carol says:

    I’d really love to try this pattern & the pattern for another crocheted doily on an earlier post. Are you able to let me know where I can find these patterns?

  4. Marcia says:

    I want to start the top down socks but had question on size of needle. Pattern says 1 which is very small. Is the correct size to use?
    Thank you

  5. Sherry Campbell says:


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