Wonderful DIY Crochet Cute Little Flower

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This crochet little cute flower is so pretty ,and easy ,fun to make ! Change it up with different colors for the headband , hair pin,brooch , other fashion accessories , or any decoration . Enjoy !
Supplies you may need: Crochet thread – mercerized cotton #10, crochet hook US 7 (1.50 mm), yarn needle. You may choose any other thread (yarn) and hook, but the size of your flower will be different.
Source : crocheterie , enjoy making this cute flower!

Wonderul DIY Crochet Japanese Flower

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These japanese flowers are so cut, pretty scallop around the outer edge ! It’s so fun to make. I really love to combine bright colors, but of course you can create a flower with one single color. and especially if you are not too sure about changing colors, go ahead and make a few in the same color.

Captivating Crochet Lace Rose Flower – Free Guide and Pattern

This is by far one of the easiest crochet patterns you’ll ever come across and yet is also one of the most versatile. After all, what doesn’t look amazing with the addition of a beautiful crochet lace rose flower or two? There are hundreds of similar crochet rose patterns around, but we think we’ve found the best and the simplest in this one.

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As you can see in the images, it takes no more than a few of the most basic crochet stitches to create a pretty strip of lace petals, which are then curled around in layers to create the impressive final rose effect. Added to hats, bags, sweaters, shorts or really anything else you can think of, they never fail to bring that extra touch of magic to clothes and accessories alike!

Simple Crochet Lace Rose Flowers

We think this blue rose flower is one of the prettiest, but you can of course take your pick of any colored cotton you like – feel free to mix it up and get creative! What’s more, just as soon as you’ve whipped up only a few of these flowers, you’ll find it takes you no longer than a couple of minutes to make more – you’ll soon be giving them away to your friends and family to enjoy!

Great when made into pretty brooches and amazing when combined with hair accessories, you won’t believe how easy and effective these little lace flowers can be. Check out the step by step picture guide from Ninuska, for all the information and help you’ll need, then just arm yourself with the yarn of your choice and get crafting!

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YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: Hot fashion crochet lace shorts

You will surely love these hot fashion crochet lace shorts; they are cute and sexy, and bring to your war drop, casual, cute vintage style. If you are not interested in paying big bucks for tiny clothes, consider making these DIY crochet shorts instead.

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Wonderful DIY Crochet Tulip Flower

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Flowers are so much fun to crochet! Add this tulip-like flower applique to anything you own. It can look lovely on a purse, a hat or even a scarf. Turn it into a pin if you wish. It’s also a great gift idea .This is an easy crochet pattern.

Free pattern:  https://bit.ly/1nEtbGI

Something about tulip :
The tulip is a perennial, bulbous plant with showy flowers in the genus Tulipa, of which around 75 wild species are currently accepted[1] and which belongs to the family Liliaceae.[2] The genus’s native range extends west to the Iberian Peninsula, through North Africa to Greece, the Balkans, Turkey, throughout the Levant (Syria, Israel, Lebanon, Jordan) and Iran, North to Ukraine, southern Siberia and Mongolia, and east to the Northwest of China.[1] The tulip’s centre of diversity is in the Pamir, Hindu Kush, and Tien Shan mountains.[3] It is a typical element of steppe and winter-rain Mediterranean vegetation. A number of species and many hybrid cultivars are grown in gardens, as potted plants, or as cut flowers.

Wonderful DIY Crochet Sunflower Rug

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Beautiful sunflower rug ! Add a burst of bright color and a fun, youthful touch to any room in your house. Bring a little bit of nature indoors with this colorful Sunflower crochet pattern. The bright colors will remind you of a lovely spring garden. Enjoy !

Wonderful DIY Crochet Carnation Flower

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Make a crochet carnation flower bouquet for mother’s day or birtday ! It’s a great gift idea . What better than homemade flower by yourself ? And also decorate home with it , or just accesories …be sure to use you favorite color !

Wonderful DIY Crochet 3D Daisy Flower

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Daisy is so beautiful ! Make one for yourself as above. use it as hair clip, brooch,curtain tie,even necklace…everywhere you want .and also a gift ?
Materials you will need:
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Crochet Panama Hat for Girls with Free Pattern

Why head out and buy a panama hat for the little lady in your life when you can whip up this amazing hat at home for next to nothing? There’s nothing quite as enjoyable or satisfying as getting stuck into a good crochet craft project – especially when there’s someone so special just waiting for an amazing gift like this!

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We think this is one of the best patterns and guides on the web right now – the fact that it’s 100% free is of course a bonus! Take your pick of any colored yarn, arm yourself with the most basic crochet tools and you’ll be amazed how quickly this beautiful little bonnet begins to take shape!

Simple or Extravagant

The simple panama hat alone is a work of art in its own right, but we’re sure you’ll agree that these added flower details and decorative touches really do make it even more super-sweet! You’ll have total creative freedom just as soon as you pick up the basics – you’ll also find plenty of free crochet flower patterns across our website to help inspire you!

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For your own daughter or as an amazing gift for any pretty princess in your life, nothing says more than a handmade gift with thought and affection in every stitch. You’ll need to know your way around a crochet hook to pull off the kinds of professional-quality results seen here, but even if you’re still finding your feet, you’ll have a wonderful time with this project!

You’ll find the pattern and video tutorial you need right here, 100% free of charge!

Happy crafting!

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Quick note: please check the comments, Valerie, one of our friends wrote an English pattern for us, what a great job! Big thanks to Valerie, you did a wonderful job!

I wrote down the pattern while watching the video. I’ts probably not perfect, but this is what I got

Girls Panama Hat Pattern / Tutorial

Yarn: Baby weight / Hook: C, 2 – 2.75mm

Rnd 1). ch 5, sl st to form a ring, ch 4, 15 dc in ring, join with sl st to 3rd ch of beginning ch 3.
Rnd 2). Ch 4 dc around first post of dc in previous rnd (called front post double crochet stitch; fpdc), ch 1, *fpdc, ch 1* repeat from * to * until end, sl st to 3rd ch of [ch 3].
Rnd 3). Ch 3, fpdc around first st in previous rnd, ch 1, *dc in next st, fpdc around same dc in previous rnd, ch 1 * repeat from * to * until end, sl st to 3rd ch of [ch 3].
Rnd 4). Ch 4, fpdc around first front dc of previous rnd, ch 1, dc in next st, ch 1, * repeat from * to *till end, ending with fpdc, ls st to 3rd ch of beginning [ch 4].
Rnd 5). Ch 3, dc in same sd joining, ch 1, * 2 dc in next dc, ch 1, fpdc around next fpdc, ch 1 *, repeat from * to * until end, ending with [fpdc, ch1], sl st to 3rd ch of beginning [ch 3].
Rnd 6). Ch 3, dc in same as joining, and in next st, ch 1 fpdc around next post of fpdc of previous rnd, ch 1 * 2 dc in next st, dc in next st, ch 1, fpdc, ch1*, repeat from * to *, ending with fpdc, ch 1, sl st to 3rd ch of beginning [ch 3].
Rnd 7). Ch 3, 2 dc in same as joining, ch 1, fpdc, ch 1, * 2 dc in next dc, dc in next 2 dc, ch t, fpdc, ch 1 * repeat to last st, ending with [fpdc, ch 1], sl st in 3rd ch of beginning [ch 3].
Rnd 8 – 27). Ch 3, dc in same as joining, and in next 2 dc, leaving 1 st unworked, ch 1, fpdc, ch 2, * 2 dc in next st, dc in next 2 st, leaving 1 st unworked, ch 1, fpdc, ch 2*, repeat from * to * till end, ending with [fpdc,ch 2], sl st to 3rd ch in beginning [ch 3]. On last rnd, change color in last pull through of sl st, Do not cut yarn.
Rnd 28 – 29). 1 sc in each st, and 1 sc in each ch space around until end, sc into beginning st of previous rnd.
Rnd 30). 1 sc in next 3 st, drop yarn, pick up original color yarn, pull a loop through next st, ch 4, * fpdc around post of next sc, dc on left in same st*, repeat from * to * until end, sl st to 3rd ch of [ch 4].
Rnd 31). Ch 3, * fpdc around next dc of previous rnd, dc in next st *, repeat from * to * until end, sl st to 3rd ch of beginning [ch 3].
Rnd 32 – 35). Ch 3, * fpdc around fpdc of previous rnd, dc in next dc*, repeat from * to * until end, ending with [dc in last dc].
Rnd 36). Ch 1, working in opposite direction, using the crab stitch, work crab stitch around. Join with sl st to first st, finish off, weave in all ends.

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New Panama Hat Project to try

Similar with the one above, we also have this cute pattern for you to try. It’s from Mylittlecitygirl

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Taking the Heat: Cool Knit and Crochet Hot Pads with Free Patterns!

When we were very first learning how to knit and crochet, there were a few kinds of projects and patterns that we enjoyed making the most. The first thing we ever made was a dish cloth, but those are quite small and we found we started finishing them too quickly once we got the hang of things. At the same time, we really did need simple projects to practice with while we were still perfecting our techniques. That’s where hot pads came in to save the day! We couldn’t even begin to count the number of hot pads we knit and crocheted in our first year as yarn crafters.

Are you looking for ways to practice your knitting and crochet techniques but still make something useful and rewarding at the same time? Then check out these awesome and totally cool looking hot pad patterns that you’ll either love having in your own kitchen or enjoy giving to friends and family as gifts!

1. Morning glory hot pad


Are you feeling confident enough in your crochet skills that you think you’re ready to move on from creating basic shapes, so you’ve had your eye on layered crochet patterns for quite some time now? In that case, we definitely think you should check out this adorable morning glory hot pad design from Annie Potter. No matter what colours you make your little flowers, the finished look will be nothing short of lovely.

2. Covered beer cap hot pad


Are the hot pads that you always find the most useful and tend to gravitate towards always the ones made from harder materials or the ones that have a little more substance to them? Well, that might not seem like it goes with your desire to create yarn crafts, but you’d be surprised! Dawn L.E. Riden is here to show you how to make a solid hot pad out of beer caps, but also how to cover the caps in adorably crocheted lacy little sleeves to keep the things you put on top of them from sliding around on the metal, as well as to keep the metal from heating up too much and burning you if you touch it by accident. We can’t get over how creative this idea really is, especially since it’s also an upcycling technique!

3. Easter duckie hot pad


Perhaps you’ve always been a huge fan of making seasonal crafts and pieces, so you’ve had your eyes peeled for holiday designs of any kind the whole time you’ve been scrolling through this post? In that case, we have a feeling you’re going to enjoy this adorable little Easter pattern hat looks like a baby duck just poking out from it’s shell. We think this pattern is a great way to learn about switching colours! See how it’s made on Dragon Fly Mom of 2.

4. Simple variegated hot pad


Are you really just a brand new knitter looking for ways to practice your basic stitches and finish something tangible that you can actually use? Then we suggest sticking to a simple, classic square design! That doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t create some visual interest in your design too. We love the way Cheryl Beckerich kept their stitches to a basic minimalist style but used a brightly variegated yarn to keep things looking awesome.

5. Geometrix mandala hot pad


Okay, we know we said that most of these patterns and designs were aimed towards people who are still new at knitting and crochet but when we saw how utterly beautiful this mandala pattern from Tatsiana Kupryianchyk was, we just couldn’t resist putting it on our list! This pattern is great practice in lace crochet and intricate shaping, especially while changing from colour to colour.

6. Hot pad mini mitts


Are you the kind of knitter and the kind of kitchen person who, while interested in making something simple that’s designed along a basic concept, would actually rather use something that’s just ever so slightly different than the norm? In that case, we think you’re going to love this funny little hot pad mitt from Bekah Knits. It’s a cool two-fold project because it’ll protect your fingers when you pick up your hot pan or pot but then you can also unfold it and lay it flat on the counter top to set things on.

7. Music note hot pad


Have you reached the point in your craft where you feel like you’re ready to learn a bit of colour work, but you’d like to find a balance between making something themed after things you like and sticking to pretty basic shapes since you’re still learning? In that case, we think this music not hot pad from Susan Bridget is a great idea! We like that the overall shape is still straight forward so you can just concentrate on creating your shapes.

8. Mitered hot pads


Maybe you’re ready for a little bit of a challenge, but your personal style is simply a little bit more minimalist than some of what we’ve shown you so far? In that case, we think you’d enjoy a project that concentrates more on stitch definition than fancy shapes or designs! We love the way Lori Utely designed this knit and purl hot pad that really just shows off your neat, even tension and the beauty of stockinette.

9. Tequila sunrise hot pad


Are you still thinking about how much you loved the more intricate lacy crocheted hot pad we showed you above, and you’re kind of interested in making one similar that also has a colour change, but you’d rather not crochet an entirely solid background because you feel like it detracts from the beauty of the lace? Then check out this see through dual colour lace design instead! Robin Abudllah shows you each and every stitch so you can make your own version.

10. Sugar skull hot pad


One again, we know this isn’t exactly a beginner’s design, but it’s so darn cool that we just couldn’t help ourselves! Besides the awesome use of colours, we can’t get over how this lace crochet design looks so much like an awesome sugar skull. Find out how each layer is made and each texture is stitched on Glamour4You.

11. Topical fish hot pad


Maybe you’re looking for a design that will let you practice both colour changes and increases and decreases for shape altering all at once, without overwhelming you with additional details? Then we have a feeling you’ll appreciate this funny little fish hot pad from Katie Roseman. This pattern is also great because it’s another one that’ll look very cool no matter what colours you choose for your base and stripes.

12. Sheep’s butt hot pad


If you’re going to make something useful but simple, why not make it extra fun? We love the idea of learning new techniques by making something extra kitschy and silly that will probably give visitors a giggle when they see it. That’s why we loved this sheep’s butt hot pad pattern from Shannon Paxton so much! It’s a great way to practice neatly switching colours, but it’s also just plain hilarious.

13. Outlined rainbow flower hot pads


Are you actually quite experience in colour switching and now you’d like to really take those skills to the next level, even though you still actually need a hot pad for your kitchen? Then you’ll probably fall just as much in love with these awesome technicolour flower pads by Jennifer Martin as we did! We’ve actually made ourselves several of these awesome blossoms, and countless more that we’ve given away to friends and family.

Homemade Headgear: Crocheted Messy Bun Hat Patterns

We’ve seen all kinds of patterns through the last few years of messy bun hats made by knitting them, but what if you’re actually more of a crochet enthusiast? Well, luckily for all of us, there are actually all kinds of options for crocheted ponytail and messy bun hats! We’ve been collecting all kinds of crochet designs lately so we have all kinds of different options when we want to crochet this kind of hat for family and friends.

1. Simple messy bun beanie


If you’re going to style your hair into an awesome bun sticking out the top of your hat, you don’t necessarily need a lot of fancy stitch work and construction when it comes to the hat itself! That’s why we liked this simple beanie design from DZ Crochet Creations that has some fun texture that doesn’t detract from your impressive bun.

2. Town beanie messy bun hat


Perhaps some kind of awesome style or construction is exactly what you’d like in your crocheted messy bun hat, so you’ve been holding out for a more distinctive or vintage looking design to try? Well, if you’ve ever enjoyed a hat with a stylish brim, then we’d definitely suggest taking a look at this cute pattern from Pattern Paradise that even features a fold with a button.

3. Puff bun hat


Just in case texture is really your thing, here’s another option that’s full of awesome stitched in detailing and shape! We love the way Elifine Designs used varied stitches on alternative rows to make a fantastic hat that has a lot of visual interest, especially once you’ve added a couple buttons on the edge.

4. Bun hat with a flower


Maybe, rather than just crocheting some visual appeal right into the hat, you’d rather add some actual embellishments once the whole hat is finished? In that case, we think you’ll really appreciate the way Daisy Cottage Designs balanced the height of their hair bun with an awesome layered crocheted flower!

5. Fast & Simple messy bun hat


Is it actually a little bit warmer during the fall where you lived? Well, that’s nice because it opens you to the world of making and wearing slightly more mesh textured hats without getting too cold! We really appreciate this pattern from Knit Kreations because it’s definitely got some stitch interest but it’s simple enough that it’s also very quick to make.

6. Crochet Cables hat


We know that most things made with cables are actually knitted and not crocheted, but it’s a design element we love so much that we simply had to find a pattern that will show you how to do it with your hook instead! Thanks to A Crocheted Simplicity, we’ve found precisely what we were looking for, meaning we can make the ideal messy bun hat for a more classic yarn wear look.

7. Owner and puppy ponytail hats


If you can make a warm fall hat that involves a hole for your bun or ponytail to poke through then it’s not too much of a stretch to imagine that you can also make a hat with holes for, say, little ears, right? Well, that’s exactly what Briana K Designs thought too, which is why they made this fantastic pattern that has instructions for adult, child, and puppy dog ponytail hats!

8. Long stitch messy bun hat


Have you always been more fond of the crocheted stitches that have a bit more of their own shape in each stitch, rather than just the ones that give a bit of subtle texture? In that case, we have a feeling you’ll get along very well indeed with this awesome long stitch ponytail hat featured on Mango Tree Crafts!

9. Meshy messy bun hat


Did we really catch your attention when we started talking about mesh style messy bun hats but the pattern we showed you before isn’t actually quite as meshy as you thought it would be? In that case, we’d definitely suggest taking a look at how Lilly-Oma Designs made this particular design instead!

10. Seashore messy bun hat


Just in case we caught your attention well when we started talking about hats that showcase a particular stitch but the long stitch isn’t really grabbing you, here’s an awesome alternative! Simply Collectible guides you step by step through the process of creating a lovely seashore inspired messy bun hat made entirely of shell stitch except for the brim.

11. Colour work ponytail hat


Have you actually always loved colour work in yarn wear, particularly when it comes to crocheted patterns because it’s a bit easier than knitting and a whole lot of fun? In that case, we’d definitely suggest taking a look at how Alena Design made this adorable messy bun hat that alternates its colour pattern in triplicate all the way from rim to crown!

12. Ribbed and buttoned bun hat


Have you actually been hoping to find a messy bun hat pattern that’s a little more delicate looking than some of what you’ve seen so far? Then we think perhaps you’d get along a little better using a thinner yarn, and we’d absolutely encourage you to take a look at how Naztazia made this fantastic folded ribbing hat, complete with an accent button!

13. Arielle chunky bun hat


Maybe you’re actually looking for the opposite thing to what we just mentioned when it comes to the weight of your yarn? Then we have a feeling this wonderfully chunky ponytail hat outlined step by step on Meadowvale Studio will be a little more up your alley! They show you how to make it happen with bulky yarn instead of the thing kind you see above.

14. Aliz messy bun hat


Have you always loved hats that have a bit of a swirl to them because you love the way the stitches spiral upwards in those kinds of constructions? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at how Maki Crochet made this fantastic messy bun hat that features stylish ridges with diagonal decorative stitches in between. We love their colour change as well!

15. Harlequin slouch ponytail hat


Have you actually been scrolling through our list hoping to come across a hat that, despite having a messy bun hole, is a little closer to a slouch hat in its style? Well, particularly if you love texture and raised patterning as much as we do, we’d definitely encourage you to take a look at how Crochet by Jennifer made this fantastic piece.

Do you know another DIY yarn crafts enthusiast who loves the idea of a messy bun hat but hasn’t tried their hand at crocheting one yet? Share this post with them so they have all kinds of awesome patterns to choose from!

Cozy and Stylish 15 Crocheted Ear Warmer and Headband Patterns

Every fall, we see all kinds of fantastic new knitted headband and ear warmer patterns sweep all the usual knitting sites and, even though we can knit, we always wonder whether there are options out there for those of us who prefer crochet! That’s how we found ourselves scouring the Internet for equally impressive designs to the ones we’re used to seeing outlined for knitting needles, but this time design for our hook!

Just in case you’re as interest in the idea of of making crocheted headbands and ear warms this fall as we were, if not more, here are 15 of the cutest and most unique crochet patterns we’ve come across so far.

1. Faux knit crocheted headband


Are you actually the kind of crochet enthusiast who never learned how to knit as well because you were so in love with crocheting from the moment you picked up your first hook, even though you really like the way knit stitches look? In that case, we have a feeling you’ll really love the way Maria’s Blue Crayon outlines this headband that looks like a faux knitted piece!

2.  Ribbed cinched ear warmer


We adore making ribbed crocheted pieces when it comes to headwear because they have fantastic stretch, meaning they’re always comfortable. Just because we love something quite plain and classic, however, doesn’t mean you can’t add some kind of unique element to top the piece off! We love the way Little Monkeys Crochet cinched their ear warmer in the centre for a little extra style.

3. Textured crochet ear warmer


Have you always been a fan of the way that crochet lets you create all kinds of unique texture and you’d love to make something with bars that’s not just regular ribbing? In that case, we think this awesome textured ear warmer featured stitch by stitch on Crafts Unleashed might be right up your alley!

4. Love is cold ear warmer


Part of the reason we adore crocheting is because we love how simple changing colours and doing colour work within projects is! That’s why we adore this dual coloured idea from Moogly for crocheting adorable little hearts in the centre of a headband in a contrasting colour pair that really makes the hearts pop.

5. Cozy cabled crochet


Cabling might be a technique that’s classically done in knitting rather than crochet but that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways out there for you to make the effect you love so much appear in a crocheted ear warmer! This fantastic pattern from Little Monkeys Designs is the perfect example of what we mean.

6. Crocheted bow ear warmer


Are you quite interested indeed in the idea of a crocheted ear warmer that cinches in the middle like the one we showed you earlier but you’ve realized that you really mostly liked it because it looked a little bit like a bow? In that case, we think you might actually get along a little better with this design from Antika Moda that is actually design to look like a bow on purpose!

7. Criss Cross crochet ear warmer


Just in case you’re still thinking about how much you love crochet textures of all different kinds but you’re still on the hunt for one that catches your attention a little better, since you’ve always preferred more geometric patterns over swooping cables, here’s an idea that we think might appeal to you a little more! Check out how Crochet N’ Crafts made a boxy criss-crossing stitch.

8. Braided glam cable ear warmer


Are you actually quite experienced indeed at not only crochet but also the stitches and techniques involve in making crochet cables? Well, particularly if you’re looking for a headband that’s a little different than usual, we think you might just be the perfect person to give this fantastically glam, buttoning head wrap style warmer a try! Get the full details on Glamour 4 You.

9. Oatmeal cookie headband


We adore this wonderful design from The Stitchin’ Mommy for so many reasons! Besides the triple colour changes and the fact that there are three different stitch types, giving you lots of awesome texture, we can’t get over how much we love the way they stitched their bow on at a jaunty angle.

10. Herringbone ear warmer with a button


Are you quite interested in these designs that let you create all kinds of wonderful texture in the main part of your headband? Perhaps your favourite ear warmer style is simply the buttoning kind so you don’t have to pull it down and mess up your hair. Either way, we think you’ll get a real kick out of this fastening herringbone pattern featured on Little Monkeys Crochet.

11. Quick Twist ear warmer


Have the cinched ideas we’ve shown you so far on our list been some of your favourite styles so far but you’re just not sure any of the techniques you’ve seen in previous ideas have quite grabbed your attention enough to decide you entirely? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at how Crochet Dreamz put a simple twist in the front of their band to add some personality!

12. Puff Stitch ear warmer


Are you actually from a place that stays quite warm in the fall so you have no problem with the idea of wearing a meshy ear warmer, since the holes in the pattern won’t leave you too cold? In that case, we’d suggest taking a look at how Hopeful Honey made this fantastic pattern that’s design to look like a bubble stitch all the way around!

13. Angelina ear warmer


Here’s a slightly thicker ear warmer design from Crochet Dreamz that’s a little more store-bought looking thanks to the neat combination of the stitches and the perfect placement of the buttons. This is one of those few yarn wear patterns than even a trained eye will have to look at twice to determine whether it’s knitted or crocheted and we love pieces like that because they generate conversation with other yarn crafting enthusiasts!

14. Lacy Shells ear warmer


Are you actually a very experienced crochet lover indeed and you’ve been scrolling through our list hoping to find something that might be a little more challenging for you so you can create something truly stunning? In that case, we think you’ll have a lot of appreciation for the way Alli Crafts made this beautiful lacy shell stitch ear warmer complete with its own delicate flower stitched into the intricate band.

15. Vines ear warmer


Can you tell by now that we’re totally obsessed with cables? Well, just in case you are too, here’s another design that showcases a beautiful cable right now the centre, framed wonderfully on either side by neat edging! We love that this particular design from Interweave looks good no matter how you place it on your head or where you let the button sit.

Ultra-Cute Fashion Statement: 15 Novelty Crocheted Fall Hats for Kids

Usually when we pick up our crochet hook, we’re preparing to make something beautiful and intricate. Every once in a while, however, we’d rather use that hook’s power and our skills to make something a little more silly and amusing than usual! That’s why we adore crocheting kids’ hats; the patterns are so full of novelty and character that fall time usually yields a plethora of silly little hats in our house.

Just in case you love the idea of crocheting some novelty or themed hats for the kids around you this fall just as much as we do, if not more, here are 15 of the cutest looking patterns we’ve bookmarked so far this autumn.

1. Little Bunny hat


Bunnies might be more of a spring design and a fall one but, when it comes to the things our kids life, we don’t usually ask questions or apply seasonal rules. That’s why we’ve made several of these little bunny hats for the kids in our lives, no matter the time of year! Check out how wonderfully simple this little hat and its floppy ears really are to make on Make and Do Crew.

2. Newborn Teddy Bear hat


Perhaps you or someone you know is expecting a brand new arrival this fall and you’d like to make sure they have something nice and toasty but also adorable to come home from the hospital in, keeping them comfortable despite the chill? Well, if adorable teddy bears have ever been something you enjoy, here’s a fantastic design from Hopeful Honey complete with the cutest ears we ever did see.

3. Magical Unicorn hood


Are your little kids just as obsessed with unicorns as ours have been for the past few years, always asking you for unicorn themed things whenever you offer to make them something? Then we have a feeling you’re going to get along very well indeed with this adorable unicorn hood featured step by step on Mama in A Stitch. We love this design because it’s a little more classic and vintage looking than other unicorn themed toques we’ve seen online or crocheted in the past.

4. Crochet Fox hat


We know we’ve included quite a number of animal themed hats on our list so far, but they’re just so adorable that we positively can’t resist! This cute little fox hat, complete with ears and hanging ties, is the perfect example of what we mean. The Stitchin’ Mommy shows you how to crochet the main shape of the hat, as well as how to embellish it with the little fox’s features.

5. Crochet Lamb hat


If you’re going to make a cute crocheted animal hat, would you prefer to make then kind that makes your child actually look like they are the baby animal, rather than making a hat with its own face? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at how Repeat Crafter Me created this fantastic little lamb hat that makes Baby look like they have their own set of tiny white ears.

6. Funky Monster hat


Just in case the things your kids love most have always been a little more colourful and unconventional than the average bunny or teddy bear, here’s a hilariously bright monster design for your consideration! Check out how Daisy Cottage Designs made their funny hat with three big eyes and some colourful monster horns.

7. Easy Crochet Giraffe hat


Just in case you’re really loving the animal shaped hat ideas we’ve shown you but you just haven’t quite found the creature your kids love best yet, here’s another fun friend to make! We love the way Mama in A Stitch created a simple giraffe design complete with a happy stitched face, little ears, and horns, adding pom poms on the ends where a giraffe would have tufts of hair.

8. Baby Snowman hat


We know we said we’ve been looking primarily for fall hats, but there was just something about this adorable little snowman that caught our eye and our hearts! Besides, just because snowmen are more of a winter thing doesn’t mean you can’t crochet this design in the fall, right? Get the full details for making one of your own on Make and Do Crew.

9. Elephant hat


So far we’ve shown you rabbits, foxes, bunnies, and bears, but what if you’d rather turn your baby into a wild animal that’s a little more wild? Well, we love the ironic size difference between a tiny baby and a majestic beast, so you can probably imagine how much we adored this little crocheted elephant hat! Get the full stitching pattern on Jenny and Teddy.

10. Ladybug hat


Have you actually been scrolling through our list and thinking about how one of your child’s favourite animals isn’t actually an animal indeed but, rather, a bug? Then maybe you’d get along a little better with something like this adorable lady bug hat featured step by step on Repeat Crafter Me! We can’t get over how cute the spots and antennae are.

11. Bernat Racoon hat


In the interest of making sure you get all kinds of adorable animal options, here’s another idea that’s so darling we could hardly contain ourselves! Check out how Yarnspirations created a racoon hat in surprisingly few simple steps, making sure to get that signature stripe around the eyes, just like the real thing.

12. Flowery Owl hat


Were you quite taken with the colours and style of the monster hat we showed you earlier on our list but you’re also kind of convinced that your kids, who are huge animal lovers, would still prefer a hat that looks like some kind of real life creature? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at how Daisy Cottage Designs made this brightly coloured, big eyed owl toque featuring adorable ear tufts and a little flower on one side, if you’re feeling girly.

13. Funny Frog hat


Just in case you loved the structure and fit of the newborn teddy bear but you’ve already made several teddy bears this year, here’s another design that’s similar but lets you turn Baby into another animal entirely! Check out how Posh Patterns made their top circles into big eyes instead of big ears in order to make funny little frog hat.

14. Spring Chick hat


Just like the bunny design we showed you earlier, we understand that little chicks are definitely more of a spring thing than a fall or winter one, but kids don’t care about that! If it’s crocheted and it’ll keep the kids warm, it’s fair game all year round, in our opinion. See how this cute spring chick with the little yarn ear feathers was made on Daisy Cottage Designs.

15. Pom Pom Party hat


What if you’ve actually been scrolling through our list hoping to find a design that’s a little less animal based and simply a lot of fun to wear? Then maybe this adorably silly pom pom hat idea outlined stitch by stitch on Make and Do Crew would be a little more up your alley! This is another example of the kind of design we were talking about earlier where the hat will look like a lot of fun no matter what colours you choose, so don’t be afraid to experiment.

15 Super Useful Crochet Tote Bag Patterns

There are few things we love more than when something very useful starts trending and becomes fashionable as well. This is especially true when it’s something we know how to make rather than buying! That way we get some DIY satisfaction out of it whenever we use it, plus we look stylish at the same time. This is exactly how we feel about the recent obsession with adorable tote bags that has resulted from businesses trying to discourage the widespread use of plastic bags!

Our absolute favorite way to make a good DIY tote bag is to crochet it. If you’d like to do that too, check out these awesome and rather easy crocheted tote bag patterns that will have you carrying things in style all year round!

1. Sicily bag by DROPS Design


When you think of crocheted bags, does your mind automatically picture bright colours and a bag packed with beach supplies during the summer? We don’t blame you- the first bag we ever crocheted went to the beach with us for years! Check out this design that lets you get colourful in the striping pattern and have fun with some flowers along the top.

2. Market tote by Very Berry Handmade


Perhaps you’re looking for a big that’s a little bigger and very strong so you can carry your groceries back and forth nice and easily? Then this design might be the one for you! Thick straps make it easy for carrying but the decorative stitch in the body of the bag keeps it cute (and is a lot easier to do than it looks).

3. Colourful stripes bag by Attic24

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Did you like the idea of colourful stripes when we talked about it above but you’d rather get even brighter with yours? Then check out this super striped bag design instead! These stripes are the biggest feature of the design to the point that they even go up the handles. We love the way the designer embellished the bag with little flowers at the top, but it would still look cute if you decided to stick to just stripes too!

4. Felted bag with crocheted lace handles by By Number

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Are you the kind of diverse crafter who absolutely loves combining your different skills and techniques whenever you can? Then here’s an amazing, useful, and trendy way to marry your crochet and felting skills! Felt yourself a simple pouch in a basic bag design and try your hand at crochet lace by making these gorgeous handles in any colour!

5. Masa bag by Artemis Adornments


Are you an avid sewing enthusiast who also likes to crochet? Then perhaps you’d like to try the challenge of crocheting yourself strips or pieces of brightly coloured striping and sewing them together in a unique overlapped shape! We love the way this one wraps around itself almost like a beach sarong.

6. Crochet “hobo” bag with a ribbon by Shorty Lam Crochet


Have you ever seen old movies featuring runaways who pack an old crocheted sack with all of their belongings? Well, this is the same idea, but classed up a little bit to make things especially cute! This designer suggests not only crocheting a cute eyelet pattern, but also stringing a ribbon around the top in a big bow and beading the surface in matching seed beads. Contrasting coloured beads would be adorable as well!

7. Granny stripe boutique bag by Tangled Happy

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When we were young, our grandmothers had adorable little crocheted purses that they’d carry right in the crook of their elbows and pull sweets and candies from. That’s exactly what this adorable little handbag design is paying homage to! We love the addition of a pretty flower that’s simple but looks incredibly fun.

8. Chunky button bag by Vegan Craftastic

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Do crocheted things always remind you of cozy cardigans? Well, instead of avoiding them because of that, embrace the cardigan aesthetic entirely and add some big, bright buttons to your bag! We love the way this designer affixed them to the base of each strap as thought the handles are buttoned on, even though they’re crocheted more firmly underneath to avoid dropping all of your things.

9. Catan tote by Craftster


Have you always enjoyed making “granny squares” in all different colours and crocheting them together to make all kinds of shapes and projects? We love those too! That’s why we’re particularly fond of this tote made from hexagonal patches that remind us of honeycombs.

10. English Fantasy Flower bag by Crafty Valley

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Maybe you like the granny square idea but you can’t decide between that and your other favourite technique, crocheting flowers? Well, this designer has found the perfect way for you to do both at once and still make yourself an awesome tote bag! We’re in love with how bright and cheerful this design is, but it would be pretty in calmer tones too if neutrals are more your style.

11. Flower Burst handbag by Chocolate Mints in a Jar

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Maybe you like a bit of floral pattern but you’re still learning, so you’d prefer a design that still stays quite simple across most of the bag? Then try one that teaches you to crochet a simple floral cutout pattern like this bag has right across the middle! It’s the perfect size and shape for carrying books to and from the library or school, or magazines to and from the beach!

12. Ombre basket pattern by Crochet in Color

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Perhaps you love the basket tote shape and design from above but you’re more interested in colours rather than cut out designs? Then check out how this pattern uses stripes in a subtle ombre to create an interesting colour face all the way down from handles to base! No matter what colours you use, it’ll be surprisingly lovely looking in the end for how simple its construction is.

13. Crochet seed stitch purse by My Merry Messy Life

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Have you always been a big fan of learning new stitches and stitching patterns by jumping right into a project that uses them over and over, rather than just trying them in a little group and then moving on? Then this awesomely stripes tote bag is the perfect way for you to learn crocheted seed stitch! We adore that even the handles are striped in contrasting colours for maximum fun.

14. Simple Shoulder bag by Dew Drops Designs

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Are your favourite bags and purses the kind that have a strap to carry over your shoulder and a hand strap, just in case you’re carrying something very heavy and get tired in one position? Then it’s a good thing you’re custom making your own totes and can add whatever you like! This design shows you not only how to crochet a simple sack, but also how to double the straps in different lengths for maximum carrying power.

15. Granny Goes Shopping tote by Rainbow Bunting

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Remember when we were talking about granny squares and how great they are, but then we only really showed you a variation on them rather than the classic design? Well, we couldn’t bear to leave you hanging, so here’s an adorable granny squared bag in a bigger size, complete with cute pom pom tassels for ultra crocheted style!

These Cute Crochet Projects Will Get You in the Mood for Back to School Season

Summer will be over before you know it! Help your favorite student head back to school in style with one of these crochet projects.

Crochet Apple

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Your little one will be thrilled to present his or her teacher with this cute crochet apple on the first day of school. Get the pattern at 5 Little Monsters.

Monster Pencil Case

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This charming crochet pencil case is sure to please monster lovers of all ages. Ravelry has the pattern.

Crocodile Pencil Case

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Primarily worked in four-row color stripes, this playful crocodile pencil case can be personalized by mixing and matching the colors.  Let’s Knit has the pattern.

Striped Pencil Pouch

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Persia Lou has the pattern for this beginner level crochet project, which she says was designed to teach a group of 10 to 11 year old girls how to crochet on their own.

Convertible Marker Case

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Featuring a drawstring closure, this convertible marker case can be use to tote supplies in a backpack or stood up to make a pencil cup on a student’s desk.  Doodles and Jots has the free crochet pattern.

Tin Can Pencil Cups with Crochet Covers

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Turn tin cans into pretty pencil cups by adding crochet covers.  Ravelry has the pattern for this clever upcycling project.

Crochet Flower Paper Clips

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These crochet flower paper clips will encourage girls to stay stylishly organized. Visit Petals to Picots for the details.

Pencil Flowers

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Who could resist being presented with a bouquet of colorful pencil flowers? Learn more about how to make this back to school crochet project at Annemarie’s Haakblog.

Heart Pencil Toppers

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Love is in the air when you’re completing homework with these crochet heart pencil toppers. Craftsy has the pattern.

Hogwarts House Scarf Bookmark

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Treat your favorite Harry Potter fan to a handmade bookmark based on the colors of his or her favorite Hogwart’s house. Head over to 5 Little Monsters for the pattern.

Book Rat Bookmark

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This quirky little amigurumi rat loves to help students mark their pages. Supergurumi has the pattern.

These Free Crochet Patterns Will Give You the Best Dressed Dog in Town

If you consider your pooch part of the family, making crochet hats, sweaters, and booties is a fun way to show your appreciation for your pet. These free patterns will guarantee that Fido is the best dressed dog in town.



Making a colorful scarf for your dog is a great place to begin building his or her wardrobe. Get the free pattern at Sincerely Pam.

Bow Tie

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This cute bow tie is another quick and easy crochet project that’s guaranteed to make your pet look absolutely adorable. Head over to  Megan E Sass for the free pattern.

Spiked Collar


Does your pooch try to look tough, but end up seeming sweeter than ever? If so, this crocheted spike collar is the perfect project.  Ravelry has the free pattern.

Flower Collar

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Visit RedHeart.com to learn how to crochet this colorful blooming flower dog collar. This easy pattern is designed to fit a medium sized dog, but could be resized if needed.

Silly Hat

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This festive pom pom topped hat is made using front post double crochet, as well as single crochet, double crochet and half double crochet stitches, skipping stitches, and decreasing. Get the pattern at Niftynnifer Crochet & Crafts.

Crochet Elf Hat

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Make a cute elf hat for your pooch, then snap a photo for your Christmas cards. Snag the free pattern at Amidorable Crochet.

Crochet Dog Booties

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If your pet’s feet get cold during the winter months, these crochet booties will keep him warm and toasty. Ravelry has the free pattern.

Gingham Style Crochet Dog Sweater

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Annie’s Craft Store offers a free pattern for a basic dog sweater that will keep your pet warm wherever he or she goes. The pattern uses lemon, cream and mustard yarn, but you can choose your own color combinations to create a completely different look.

Hooded Dog Sweater with Pockets

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Visit FreePatterns.com to learn how to make this stylish hooded dog sweater. Directions are available for x-small, small, medium, and large dog sizes.

Heart-Embellished Dog Sweater

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Embellished with a large heart, this dog sweater is perfect for Valentine’s Day. Visit Ravelry for the free pattern.

Bumblebee Costume Sweater

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Get your pet ready for Halloween with this striped bumblebee sweater. You can find the free crochet pattern and a video tutorial on the Crochet Guru website.

Keep Your Feet Warm with These Stylish Free Crochet Slipper Patterns

Who doesn’t love kicking off their heels at the end of the day and putting on a pair of comfy slippers? Put your crochet skills to work by making yourself a different pair of crochet slippers for every day of the week.

Beginner Crochet Slippers

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A no-frills slipper design is made more interesting with the use of variegated yarn. Create in Color has the free project.

Basic Crochet Wrap Style Slippers

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Versatile enough that you’ll want to make a pair to wear each day, these slippers from Good Knits are crocheted in one piece for a design that’s bold, yet timeless.

Two-Tone Slippers

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A two-tone design gives this simple slipper pattern from Tampa Bay Crochet a bit of added visual appeal. You’ll need two colors of worsted weight yarn for this project. If desired, the finished slippers can be decorated with buttons, flowers, or appliques.

Heart Embellished Slippers

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These adorable heart embellished crochet slippers were created as a Valentine’s Day project, but they’ll keep your feet warm and cozy year round. Visit My Hobby Is Crochet for the free pattern.

Loafer Slippers

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For a casual look, you can’t go wrong with loafer slippers from Whistle and Ivy. Experiment with different color combinations to add interest to the contrasting sole.

Mary Jane Slippers

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The Mary Janes you loved as a girl get a stylish upgrade with this cute crochet slipper pattern. Head over to Good Knits to learn more.

Tribal Moccasins

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These tribal moccasins may look complicated, but the pattern is suitable for beginning crochet enthusiasts. Visit Just Be Crafty for your free pattern download.

Dressy Ballerina Flats

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If you’d prefer slippers that are a little on the dressier side, these ballerina flats embellished with satin ribbon bows are the perfect choice. Visit Nelly Handmade for the free pattern. (There is a link on the page to click for the English version of the project.)

Crocheted Booties

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For times when warmth is a top priority, these crochet booties will keep your feet nice and toasty. This advanced level pattern takes three to five hours to complete and can be downloaded from Joann.com.

Slipper Boots

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Embellished with tiny pom pom ties, these cozy slippers are just as comfy as your favorite pair of Uggs. Ravelry has the free pattern.

Free Crochet Dishcloth and Scrubbie Patterns

Making pretty crochet dishcloths and scrubbies is a fun way to use up leftover yarn in your stash and practice new techniques while creating something that will make your household chores a little more enjoyable. These items also make excellent handmade gifts for family and friends, since they’re both decorative and functional.

Easy Crochet Dishcloth

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This beginner level project is a practical way to work on developing your crochet skills. Learn more at Flamingo Toes.

Cable Stitch Dishcloth

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A cable stitch gives these crochet dishcloth patterns lots of texture. Look What I Made has the complete instructions.

Zig-Zag Patterned Dishcloth

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Using a V-stitch makes creating this colorful zig-zag pattern a snap. Mellie Blossom has the details on her blog.

Heart Shaped Dishcloth

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The cute heart shape and daisy in the center make this dishcloth pattern an upgrade from the traditional square design. Learn how to make yours at Daisy Cottage Designs.

Crochet Dish Sponge

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If you’re in need of new sponges, this pattern is the perfect choice. Make extras to keep on hand and pair with your favorite cleaning supplies for a practical last minute gift. Learn more at Skip to My Lou.

Hemp Scrubbies

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Hemp is naturally antibacterial, which makes it the ideal material for making crochet scrubbies. These scrubbies have pretty lace edges, but are tough enough to handle all your baked on kitchen messes. Head over to Persia Lou for the free crochet pattern.

Rosebud Stash Buster Scrubbies

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The colorful pattern on these scrubbies is made by using up all your leftover yarn. Photo is courtesy of The Kidney Bean. Pattern is from Crochet Patterns Only.

Heart Shaped Scrubbers

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These adorable scrubby hearts will make doing dishes one of your favorite household chores. The pattern creator says you can make five in about an hour. Visit Snappy Tots for your free crochet pattern.

Flower Scrubby

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A flower shaped scrubby is as cute as it is functional. This project is also an excellent way to use up leftover yarn from making hats, blankets, and other larger projects. Ravelry has the free pattern.

Scrubby Fish

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This cute scrubby dishcloth design creates a colorful fish. Head over to One Dog Woof to learn more.

Chic and Cozy: These Baby Crochet Hats Are Simply Adorable!

Whether you’re interested in making something for your own child or want to create crafts to sell, there are many crochet baby hat patterns to choose from online. This roundup showcases some of our favorite free patterns for infants, with designs suitable for both beginning and intermediate level crochet enthusiasts.

Simple Crochet Beanie

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A basic beanie pattern available in sizes suitable for everyone from newborns to adult men and women, this free hat design is a great place to begin your crochet adventures. Visit Oombawka Design Crochet for the details.

A Very Good Hat for the Whole Family


Another crochet pattern suitable for the entire family, this striped design features a decorative pom pom on top and comes in six different sizes. Head over to Moogly for the free pattern.

Baby Turban

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A simple yet elegant design, this baby turban hat is sure to become a wardrobe staple for your little one. Head over to Yarn Gate for the free pattern.

Vintage Pearl Baby Hat

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Accented with tiny faux pearls, this dressy vintage-inspired hat will have your daughter looking like the belle of the ball. Get the free pattern at Hopeful Honey.

Button Trapper Hat

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This adorable trapper hat can easily be customized for a boy or girl and uses two large buttons for embellishment. Visit Whistle and Ivy for the details.

Double Pom Pom Hat

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This quirky little double pom pom hat is made with bulky weight yarn to keep baby warm and cozy. Head over to Maybe Matilda for the free pattern.

Flower Hat

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A striped hat with a layered flower embellishment makes a stylish accessory for the little girl in your life. (Leave the flower off and choose different colors to make a boy’s hat.) You can snag this free baby hat crochet pattern by visiting Knotty Knotty.

Red Apple Hat


Just imagine how cute baby will look in this festive fall red apple hat! It’s perfect for all your seasonal photo ops. Head over to Ravelry to snag your free pattern for this fun crochet project.

Fox Hat


Crochet this matching fox hat and diaper cover and you’ll have the best dressed baby on the block. Visit Croby Patterns to learn more.

Very Hungry Caterpillar Hat

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Inspired by the popular children’s book The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle, this clever hat is designed to fit babies ages 6-12 months. Visit Hand Me Down Hobby for the free crochet pattern.

Bobble Beard Beanie

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For a unique hat that’s sure to make you smile every time you see your baby wearing it, try this creating this crochet beanie with an attached bobble beard.  Ashlee Marie shows you how to make it on her blog.

Simply Stunning DIY Crochet Flip Flop Makeover

You know those two-dollar flip flops you tend to walk by without even glancing at? Well, check out his amazing idea from Petals to Picots and chances are they might just become the only summer footwear you’ll ever buy again!

If you ask us, the best kinds of craft projects are those that transform the ordinary into something truly extraordinary. Suffice to say these awesome crochet flip flops tick all the right boxes and then some – plain and uninspiring flip flops made into unique works of art with a few basic supplies. Best of all, it also happens to be one of the simplest crochet projects you’re ever likely to come across, making it a great starting point for beginners looking to get crafty.

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Free Pattern, Simple Tutorial

In terms of supplies, there’s really very little you’ll need to have a go at making one, two or any number of pairs of your own.

You’ll need:

As can be seen in the images here, it’s simple a case of creating a cute and colorful crochet covering for the straps of the flip flops, starting at one end and making your way over to the other. Once you’ve completed the basic crochet part of the process, you can then add your own choice of embellishments to create a genuinely outstanding finish. The flower pictured here is of course a perfect touch – the pattern for which you’ll also find free of charge via the link below.

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You can really go to town with the colors you choose and the creativity you put into these – unique results are always the very best results of all. And when it comes to inspiring, thoughtful and surprisingly affordable gifts for the summertime, who wouldn’t be delighter to receive a pair of these from someone awesome?

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Beautiful Crochet Summer Tote Bag, With Free Pattern

There are three words here you need to be aware of – limited time only! That’s right, the folks over at Outstanding Crochet have been generous enough to share this breathtaking crochet summer tote bag pattern with us, though remain adamant it won’t be free of charge for long. And given how much you’d have to pay for one of these babies in a designer store, you might want to check out and download the guide now before it’s too late!

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The very essence of summer, it’s hard to believe that this fabulously flowery tote bag is in fact a homemade DIY craft project. Understandably, it may be a little too advanced for first-timers and you’ll need to know your way around a crochet hook to pull it off.

For those with existing experience however, it’s actually a deceptively simple pattern that produces results far superior than the required efforts would have you believe.

Crochet Summer Tote Bags Are Cool

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This classic beige finish is timeless and universally desirable to say the least. However, we’d also highly recommend experimenting with any other colors of your choice in order to produce something truly unique. Stick with a single block color or choose a different color for each flower you crochet – whichever way you go you’ll find it hard to believe it’s your own work before your eyes.

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Check out the guide by Natalia Kononova and download the full pattern via Ravelry.

Wonderful DIY Soda Tab Flower Coin Purse

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This is a good recycled craft of making soda tab flower coin purse. I saw someone use this flower to decorate her flip flop, very unique ! This crochet flower also can be made into a tree ornament, a brooch or incorporated into a larger project.

For crafters who want to know how to crochet with soda pull tabs, we’ve come up with this free crochet pattern that will teach you how to crochet a flower coin purse.

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Here is a video tutorial to show you how to make  soda tab flower :

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Wonderful DIY Crochet Spring Into Summer Blanket

VIEW IN GALLERYSpring-into-Summer-Crochet-Pattern--550x458Looking for your crochet project? You’re going to love this Spring into Summer Blanket by designer Susan Carlson. As the season begins to shift, it’s time to break out the Spring into Summer Crochet Blanket. Full of delicious colors and irresistible texture, it’s the perfect lightweight crochet afghan pattern as the spring fades into the summer. Worked in corner to corner crochet or crazy stitch as it’s also called, you’ll create a simple blanket full of texture. Using variegated yarn, the stripes will crochet themselves. Create a beautiful blanket to snuggle with as you welcome summer with this lovely pattern.

Skill : beginner
Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook
Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Spring into summer blanket FREE pattern

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With simple motifs joined-as-you-go (if you choose), this blanket will add a splash of happy color to any space. A perfect stash-buster with stunning visual delight, works up quickly. Enjoy making the diamond motifs on the go with you, too.

Happy harlequin  blanket FREE pattern

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Crochet Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket

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Wonderful DIY Crochet Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket with Free Pattern

VIEW IN GALLERYRainbow-Dash-Baby-Blanket-FREE-Pattern-wonderfuldiyI am in love with the colors that are featured in this beautiful crochet Rainbow Dash Baby Blanket. This Free Crochet Pattern is an adorable baby blanket that is bright and cheery… It can be made using one or more colors to get the effect you desire. Great texture front and back too! Free Pattern by ‘Beatrice Ryan Designs’ .VIEW IN GALLERYRainbow-Dash-Baby-Blanket-Free-Pattern-1

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 Rainbow Dash Free Crochet Pattern

More baby blanket Free patterns :

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Bobble Stitch Rainbow Blanket FREE pattern

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Crochet daisy flower blanket Free pattern

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Cute owl blanket Free pattern

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16 Beautiful Handmade Baby Gift Sets with Free Crochet Patterns

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Looking for that perfect gift for an upcoming baby shower? Looking to give the little guy or girl in your life something with real meaning? Well here’s your chances – take your pick of any of the amazing 16 Crochet Baby Gifts listed below and get busy with the yarn today.

After all, anyone can just head down to the store – it takes someone really special to put these amazing goodies together by hand!

1. This 3-piece crochet gift set really is about as cute as it gets – not to mention the awesomeness of having three gifts rolled into one! You’d be surprised just how easy these things are to knock together at home with just a few basic supplies – you’ll save money on store-bought gifts and there’s nothing that shows more thought than a gorgeous hand-made baby gift!

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Better yet, there’s a bunch of free patterns shared by Craftsy to choose from, which will take you through each and every stitch step by step! [Free pattern from Craftsy]

2. White pants with a peach pink coat and a beautiful bobble hat, this set is nothing short of gorgeous. It’s also perfect for the chillier autumn nights.

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3. Absolutely perfect for any newborn, the combination of these gorgeous little slippers and crochet flower hat just couldn’t be any more darling! And once again, not only can you make the whole set with just a few basic supplies, but you’ll also find the patterns you need online for free!

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Click here for the crochet flower hat free pattern from Handmadebymegk

4. Baby’s very own Christening Coat & Bonnet Crochet, made by your own hands and with a fantastic free pattern by Craftdrawer. You won’t know just what you’re capable of until you give it a go, so grab yourself some yarn today and get started!

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You have here the free pattern from Craftdrawer

5. This crochet baby earflap hat and booties set is sweetness on a whole new level! Any baby is guaranteed to look adorable while staying toasty warm in these little beauties, so arm yourself with a free pattern today and give them a try!

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All patterns are free shared by Myhobbyiscrochet (here, and here)

6. A simply stunning set featuring a crochet hat, pair of booties and the prettiest dress you’ll ever come across – all homemade and all easy enough to tackle with even modest experience with a crochet hook! All the patterns you’ll need are free, so grab some yarn and you’re good to go!

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Crochet Hat & Crochet Booties, available on Free Crochet Patterns

7. No doubt the cutest bunny rabbit beanies and booties you’ll ever come across in your life are the ones you put your heart into hand-making at home! You honestly won’t believe how fast, fun and affordable these things are to make with a little DIY – grab yourself a free pattern and see for yourself!

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Crochet bunny booties and beanies, available from Red Heart

8. All the cuteness in the world wrapped up with a neat little bow – quite literally! These crochet baby booties with matching beanie cap make the perfect gift set for babies of all ages and couldn’t be better suited to boys and girls alike!

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Crochet baby booties with bows and matching beanie, free pattern by Croby Patterns

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9. Transform that special little girl into Santa’s most gorgeous little helper ever with this – a super-cute crochet Christmas gift set. Plan ahead and give the little girl the Christmas of her dreams – all with an amazing 100% free pattern!

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10. Thanks to Yarnspirations (!pdf link) for sharing this sweet and snuggly crochet dress with heart-shaped pockets, complemented by a perfectly pretty matching hat!

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11. Make a baby’s first pair of booties the kind of keepsake they’ll hold onto for life! And while you’re at it, why not throw in a gorgeous matching hat for good measure?

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Crochet Baby’s Hat & Booties Set, free pattern form Ravelry

12. How about a super-sweet and snuggly diaper cover with a pretty pink and white design for guaranteed giggles? It’s the kind of essential you can never have too many of – especially when it’s a loving homemade beauty like this!

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Baby Bloomers Diaper Cover Free Crochet Pattern via Luvbooba

13. Another outstanding baby dress that little lady is bound to hold onto for life, courtesy of the folks at Crochet Jewel. Pink and white stripes complemented with a wonderful white flower detail to the front, it’s the kind of loving head-turner money cannot buy!

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Baby Dress Free Crochet Pattern via Crochet Jewel

14. Another essential both baby and parents cannot get by without, why not put together a 100% unique, 100% loving token of genuine affection with an easy-to-follow crochet baby blanket pattern?

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Crochet Baby Blanket Free Pattern via Caps Crochet

15. That perfect hat and booties gift set for an equally perfect little newborn. Help give baby the best start in life with a gift that’s practical, pretty and just plain perfect in every way!

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Newborn Hat and Booties Free Pattern via Lisa Auch

16. Last up, try your hand and making this sweet and sassy ruffle edge baby blanket which is guaranteed to become baby’s favorite comforter. The pattern’s free, so what are you waiting for?

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Ruffle Edge Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern via Petalstopicots

Homemade Hello Kitty Crochet Slippers

There isn’t a little girl in the world who won’t fall in love with these amazing crochet Hello Kitty slippers at first sight! And while it’s easy enough for anyone to head out to the store and pick up a pair of pretty slippers, making these cute little kitties by hand means so much more!

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Create a work of art in the colors of your choosing with that iconic Hello Kitty face covering the toes. Add a convenient button strap to hold the slippers in place and make putting them on and taking them off so much easier. From babies to toddlers and right through into early childhood, Hello Kitty has a special place in the hearts of all little girls – as will these brilliantly creative slippers!

Simple, Affordable and So Much Fun to Make!

You really won’t need much to get started and with a few simple supplies you can put together a whole bunch of slipper pairs – perfect for every little lady in your life!

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All you’ll need is:

Of course you’ll also need a great pattern and a winning tutorial to get started – which is why you’ll find BOTH right here on this page! Follow the link (free pattern) for an easy-to-follow video guide on how to get started, then arm yourself with one of the best free patterns in the business to tie it all together.

And once you’ve learned the ropes, feel free to let your imagination take over!

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SIX more crochet slippers for your child

1. Pretty crochet baby ballerina slippers, free Pattern and Video Tutorial by Life Baby Sapatinhos.

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2. Lemon drop crochet baby slippers, free pattern by Hopeful Honey.

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3. Basic baby slipper with flower ornament, free pattern by Mellony Bester via Ravelry.

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4. Crochet frog baby slippers with happy faces, Free Pattern by Hopeful Honey.

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5. Double Strapped Baby Mary Jane Slippers free pattern.

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6. Crochet Mary Jane slippers with bow buckles, Free Pattern by  Jay’s Boutique Blog.

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You might also like these 16 awesome Free patterns for crochet booties

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[Free patterns here]

Wonderful DIY Crochet Starlight Slippers with Free Pattern

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Here are 2 free patterns for crochet woman and toddler’s slippers, that means you and your toddler can wear matching slippers.

You know it’s very hard to buy matching stuff for adult and kids, I have ever bought matching dress in kids store for my daughter and me , but no shoes .Anyway, you can make your own now ! These starlight slippers are very adorable, the toddle one is made using a variation of the star stitch. They look very cute in rainbow colors, but you could choose to crochet them using one solid color or as many colors as you wish. The woman’s slippers use just one single color for the main part and add just a splash of rainbow colors at the cuff. Both of them are nice handmade gift !

Many thanks to Myhobbyiscrochet who shared these free patterns, please click the below link to check it, happy crocheting !

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This toddler slippers will fit a 2-3 year old little child.

Materials used:
– yarn Red Heart Soft Baby Steps in 4 colors: blue, pink, orange and soft green. (Aran yarn weight; medium 4).
– 4.5 mm crochet hook or hook size needed to obtain gauge.
– tapestry needle to sew in the ends
– scissors.

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This woman’s slippers will fit adult women with foot size 38 – 40 in European feet measuring system.

– 1 skein (100 g) of yarn in main color; yarn weight: worsted 10 ply (medium 4). Small amount of yarn in other colors (as many colors as you wish).
– 4.5 mm crochet hook
– tapestry needle to sew in the ends
– scissors
– stitch marker, alternative a small piece of yarn.

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Crcohet sweet Heart Slippers  — Click here for the FREE  Pattern  by My Hobby is Crochet

You might also like this Vintage Mary Jane Baby Booties . Any little baby girl will look adorable sporting this Mary Jane Slippers. There are cute crochet flowers for decoration ,and the button strap closure is great for keeping the slipper booties on and helpful for when you need to take it off. The pattern is FREE .

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