Let’s be real for a second. Some people think that crochet is a fall and winter thing and projects are limited to winter wear and accessories. That could not be further from the truth! There are so many gorgeous summer crochet patterns out there that my personal to-make list is out of control! I’ve gathered some popular and beautiful free crochet patterns specifically for summer here in this round up for you to check out.
The Rainbow Shawlette crochet pattern from Knitter Knotter is light, airy and perfect for the warmer weather. Check out the free pattern HERE.
This top promises to keep you cool and stylish this summer. The Open Waves Top by Loopingly Made is available in sizes XS to 4XL on her blog HERE.
This cute Beehive Bag from Evelyn and Peter Crochet would be great for day trips and trips to the beach! Check out the free crochet pattern HERE.
These crochet water balloons are a huge hit during the summer. Add a bucket and water and let the fun begin! Find the free pattern HERE on the Left in Knots blog.
Looking for a quick and easy make or something to add to your market booth? Check out the free Bloom Headband pattern by Banana Moon Studio found HERE.
This Butterfly Amigurumi Pattern by Loops and Love Crochet is way too cute not to share. Perfect for the kids on your list. The free pattern can be found HERE.
How cute is this Dragonfly Tee by Desamour Designs? I love the contrasting band in the middle! If you want to check it out, the pattern can be found HERE.
Ashley from A Crafty Concept has this adorable Lemon Pillow pattern for free on her blog and it is giving me all the summer feels. You can find the pattern HERE.
This striped tunisian bow tie for kids is a quick and easy project that is festive and fun. Check out the free pattern HERE by Noors Knits
This She Sells Sea Shells Top by E’Claire Makery is super cute and is available in sizes XS to 5x HERE.
Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed this round up. Looking for more great free summer patterns? Checking out this other round up of Must Make Summer Crochet Patterns.
Let’s talk about summer crochet patterns this week. Crochet (for me at least) is not just a something to be done in the fall and winter. This is a year-round obsession for me. There are so many gorgeous options for light, summer yarns that it almost seems crazy to put down your hook in the summer months. Today I’ve rounded up some great must-make FREE summer crochet patterns for you all to check out. Let’s get started.
Crochet Beachcomber Halter Top by Crafty Cruella for Joy of Motion Crochet
This beautiful top is make with a DK weight 100% cotton yarn so it will be keep you cool on those hot summer days, making it a great summer crochet pattern. If you haven’t made a garment before no need to fret. This beauty is beginner friendly. It is available in sizes XS to 2XL. Check out the free pattern for the Crochet Beachcomber Halter Top here.
Free Raffia Planter by Knits N’ Knots
Crocheting with raffia is big this summer and Knits N’ Knots has the free pattern for these adorable raffia planters available on her blog. Using Wool and the Gang Raffia and simple stitches, this pattern is quick and easy. If I could keep plants alive, I’d have all my planters covered in these in every colour. Check out the Free Raffia Planter pattern here.
Triangle Trio Boho Vest by Nana’s Crafy Home
The vest is made with a cotton blend yarn which will make it light enough for summer. Couldn’t you just see yourself wearing this piece to a fun festival? The free pattern is available in sizes S to 4XL. Check out the Triangle Trio Boho Vest here.
Springtime Market Bag
Casey from Cats and Crochet offers the crochet pattern for this lovely bag for free on her blog. Unlike other market bag parterns, this bag doesn’t have large wholes in it so it can carry pretty much anything your heart desires. Made with simple stitches, this pattern is a beginner-friendly project. Check out the free pattern for the Springtime Market Bag here.
Cara Cardi by Yarn Hook Needles
The Cara Cardi crochet pattern by Yarn Hook Needles is a one size fits most pattern but Jerica gives you the instructions on how to easily adjust this to fit your size. The pattern uses Lion Brand Comfy Cotton Blend yarn (which I’ve heard is dreamy), this light and breezy cardi can become a wardrobe staple whether you’re heading to the beach or the grocery store. Check out the free Cara Cardi crochet pattern by Yarn Hook Needles here.
Super Easy Freezie Holders by Loops and Love Crochet
Looking for a super quick pattern? Check out this pattern for Super Easy Freezie Holders by Loops and Love Crochet. This pattern is perfect for beginners as you only need to know how to slip stitch, chain and single crochet. If you have kids in your life, you’re going to need to make about a dozen of these so you have back ups when the dirty ones are in the wash. Check out the free pattern for Super Easy Freezie Holders here.
Easy Summer Tee Crochet Pattern by Yay for Yarn
Here’s another great garment pattern for your summer wardrobe. The Easy Summer Tee crochet pattern is accessible for experienced beginners and is available in sizes XS to 5XL. This top is lacy and breezy so it will keep you cool on those hot summer days. Check out the Easy Summer Tee Crochet Pattern here.
Mermaid Kawaii Cuddler by 3amgracedesigns
I don’t know about you but mermaids just scream summer to me. So if amigurumi is more your thing, check out the free pattern for the Mermaid Kawaii Cuddler from 3amgracedesigns. The finished project is approximately 12 inches tall so it is the perfect cuddle size for the little ones in your life. Get the Mermaid Kawaii Cuddler Pattern here.
Pineapple Drawstring Sunglasses Bag
Seriously. How adorable is this Drawstring Pineapple Sunglasses Bag from The Crafter Life? I doubt you’ll have trouble finding your sunglasses in your purse in you put them in this. This bag is making me hungry so excuse me while I go get some pineapple. In the meantime, go check out the free summer pattern for the Drawstring Pineapple Sunglasses Bag here.
Crochet Keychain Ice Cream by Yarnhild
This cute free summer crochet pattern is brought to you by Yarnhild. It’s an adorable little ice cream keychain! The little face is just too sweet. This project is beginner-friendly, and quick to work up. Omit the keychain hardware and you could give it to a toddler as play food. You can get the pattern for Yarnhild’s Crochet Keychain Ice Cream here.
Pretty Spring Dress by Knitting with Chopsticks
Last but not least is the Pretty Spring Dress by Knitting with Chopsticks. This dress pattern comes in one size, however instructions are given on how to adjust it to fit yourself. The texture on this dress is absolutely beautiful and the construction is relatively easy. Head on over to Knitting with Chopsticks to check out her Pretty Spring Dress crochet pattern.
Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed this round up of free summer crochet patterns. If you like round ups, try checking out this one: Crochet Spring Shawl and Wrap Round Up.
Although it seemed like winter may never end this year we can finally say that spring has arrived! YAY! Time to get started on making yourself a beautiful spring shawl. Here I’ve gathered some of my favourite crochet spring shawls and wraps from the internet to share with you.
Isn’t this shawl seriously gorgeous?! I love the colours! You can check out this new design from Annie Design Crochet HERE.
Summer Breeze Shawl
Although this shawl is worked up using a worsted weight yarn, it’s open work pattern keeps it feeling light and breezy. Find it HERE
Spring Me Forward Triangle Scarf
Got a couple of Lion Brand Mandala cakes laying around? Give this beautiful scarf ago. I know it technically isn’t a shawl but it could be easily made larger to be a shawl. Check out the free pattern HERE at Nana’s Crafty Home.
Lavender Delight Shawl
This spring shawl uses a self-striping yarn cake and works up in a jiff. Plus it has those chunky tassels that I love. Check it out on Yarnhild’s website HERE.
Pineapple Peacock Shawl
This spring shawl has been on my to-make list for a while. Some of the projects on Ravelry for this shawl made with Lion Brand Mandalas or Caron Cakes are amazing. This would be a great shawl to dress up an outfit for date night. Check it out HERE.
Isn’t this wrap stunning? This wrap uses only one ball of Red Heart’s It’s a Wrap yarn. Check out the free pattern HERE.
Crochet Diamond Blanket Scarf Wrap
This wrap from YarnHookNeedles is really versatile. You can make it to wear during cool spring evenings but it’s breezy enough for warmer summer wearing as well. Check it out HERE.
Love is in the air and I’ve rounded up some adorable free Valentine’s Day crochet patterns and projects for you all.
Crochet Conversation Hearts
These Crochet Conversation Hearts from Once Upon a Cheerio are so fun! The Netflix & Chill one sounds like my kind of Valentine’s Day. Check out the free pattern HERE on the Once Upon a Cheerio blog.
Wool You Be Mine Cards
So this one isn’t exactly a crochet project but it is still insanely adorable and definitely needs to be on this list. It’s perfect for the yarn addict in your life, someone that enjoys puns or anyone that knows you’re a little nutty for crochet. Check out the tutorial on the All About Ami blog HERE.
Little Sweetheart Hat
This Little Sweetheart Hat from Lace Kennedy Crochet is beautiful and the colours are just perfect for Valentine’s Day for your little one. Check it out HERE.
Crochet Heart Keychain
Learn how to make these cute an easy heart keychains with this video tutorial from Jennae’s DIY Studio HERE.
Crochet Strawberry Hearts
Move over chocolate covered strawberries! These crochet strawberry hearts are way cuter and they are calorie free. Check out the free pattern HERE on the Magic Loop Blog.
Heart Corner to Corner Scarf
This heart scarf is so pretty and fun! Nana’s Craft Home blog gives you instructions on how to make this great scarf but there is also a pattern to make a matching hat. Check it out HERE.
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December is here and many of us are crocheting our hands to the bone trying to get all those Christmas presents done in time.
Some of us were successful planners and ahead of the game… and some of us weren’t…*ahem*. If you and I are aligned in
that “oh $&%^!” feeling of needing to get your stuff together, you are in the right place. This list of quick projects are sure
to impress and make you look like an organized maven that is at the top of their game. This list of last-minute gifts are beautiful, thoughtful and take no time at all to whip up. P.S. They’re all FREE!
To say that I’m in love with these cabled mittens is an understatement. I recently made these as a gift for someone in red and fell head over heels. I want to make myself a pair in every colour. Since you can make a pair in a couple of hours (less if you’re quicker than I am), you can do just that. Find the pattern HERE on the All about Ami blog.
Sloth Cup Cozy
Sloths are crazy popular this year! I had no idea that so many people loved sloths. My sloth cup cozy can be made in an hour
or so and is great for your friends, as stocking stuffers for family or for coworkers. Better make one for yourself too. Get the pattern HERE.
The Winter Dreams Velvet Cowl
It is hard to resist a beautiful crochet piece made with velvet. This pattern uses 1 skein of Bernat Velvet yarn and a size 10mm hook so it should work up in a flash. Check this beauty out HERE.
Tiny Pebbles Ear Warmer
Who doesn’t love a good ear warmer? These textured ear warmers are easy enough for beginners and look great on everyone. Whip up a few in an evening and you’re suddenly ahead of the game. Get the pattern HERE.
Baby Dinosaur Triceratops Comforter
This adorable lovey is wonderful for the babies and toddlers on your list. Who am I kidding? I want one too! Cosy Crochet gives you all the instructions for making this sweet lovey on their blog HERE.
Polar Puff Messy Bun Hat
The Polar Puff Messy Bun Hat is a fun and easy messy bun hat made with Caron X Pantone yarn which is a really soft merino wool blend. This hat can be worked up in an evening and will be a big hit with the ladies on your Christmas gift list this year. Find it HERE.
Tiger Teething Ring
Mary’s Cute and Cozy Crochet’s Tiger Teething Ring is also great for the baby on your list. They’re not just cute, they can be a big helper for the tired or stressed out momma with a teething baby. Mary has a whole series of these cute teething rings on her blog HERE.
Aspen Beanie and Cowl Set
This Aspen Beanie and Cowl pattern from No Hooks Given is a great way to make someone a matching hat and cowl set in a flash. Using worsted weight yarn and a 6mm hook, you’ll be on your way to checking another person off your Christmas gift list in no time. Find the free pattern HERE.
Christmas Pudding Hat
If you’re looking for a festive christmas gift to give, these Christmas Pudding Hats from Dora Does are sure to fit the bill. The toddler size for this pattern will make the little one look good enough to eat and is available for free on the Dora Does blog HERE.
Saint Prickolaus Cactus Cuddler
This cactus is seriously huggable. Because he is made using Bernat Blanket and a size 6mm hook, he can be made in an evening in front of the T.V.. He’s great for kids or anyone that just likes to snuggle. The Saint Prickolaus Cactus Cuddler pattern can be found HERE.
Handmade gifts are so special and are something the people receiving them can treasure for years to come. I hope you enjoyed this round-up of last-minute Christmas gifts.
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I don’t know how it has happened, but Halloween is almost here again. For those of you that are looking for something festive and fun free Halloween crochet patterns, I’ve created this roundup to give you some fun suggestions and inspiration.
So I’m starting with this adorable Baby Bat Costume by Amanda Saladin of Amandasaladin.com because seriously, this kid in the costume is ridiculously cute. It makes me wish my kids were smaller so I could squish them into one of these and enjoy some untamed cuteness.
Got a little cutie in your life that loves Cinderella? Head on over to Lovableloops.com to try out this great little dress and wig pattern for your little one. The pattern was recently updated to include sizes 18 – 24 months!
These little ghosts are cute and quick. When I first saw this on Pinterest, I knew I had to make it. I made it about a year and a half ago and gave it to my kids to play with and they love it. Check it out here: Baby Ghost Ornament for Halloween by A Morning Cup of Jo Creations
Need a last minute but beautiful Halloween costume? Check out this feminine and gorgeous Crochet Masquerade Mask from blog.darice.com.
These shark bags from cookiesnobcrochet.com would make fun candy bags!
Make one of these Extra Thick Knight’s Helmet for the knight in shining armor in your life.
I love these adorable little Glowing Crochet Ghosts by Jen’s A Little Loopy. Plus, I LOVE her blog name. These are cute AND they light up! So much fun!
For those that love to accessorize for the holiday, JenniferQ.com has a free Halloween crochet pattern for these great Halloween Frankenstein Cozies!
Puns are one of my favourite things and this pattern is pun-tastic! The Eye-Candy Toddler Crochet Halloween costume is hilarious and awesome. Now to go work on convincing my son that he needs to be this instead of Iron Man this year…wish me luck!
This Jumbo Crochet Pumpkin pattern from doriyumi.com is awesome. I love the curlicue used instead of a standard-looking leaf.
What’s your favourite Halloween crochet pattern? Let me know in the comments below! I’d love to know what everyone is making for Halloween this year.