Happy Fourth of July Weekend! Check out last year’s roundup of American flag crochet stories! The previous year I did a roundup of vintage patriotic crochet. This year I thought I’d share some red, white, and blue crochet patterns in honor of the holiday.
I love looking at rainbow-colored crochet. Back in April I rounded up 60 crochet patterns and photos inspired by the rainbow. But people are releasing new rainbow hued crochet patterns all of the time so I already have 13 new ones for you here today. Enjoy!
It always brightens my day a little bit when I see crochet flowers. Want to crochet some flower motifs or flower projects for yourself? Here are 16 new crochet flower patterns to get you going.
Like to crochet amigurumi? Here are a bunch of new 2015 amigurumi crochet patterns for you to enjoy.
I have a lot of animals in my life. I volunteer with a friend’s dog doing animal-assisted therapy. I petsit for a few other dogs and cats. My brother runs a dog hiking business in Los Angeles, my mother works at an animal rescue in Tucson. So it’s probably no surprise that I always take notice of crochet patterns designed for pets and other animals.
If you love to crochet in color then you’ll appreciate this variety of super colorful crochet patterns. Want to crochet colorful works but don’t feel skilled enough? The tutorials on colorwork crochet at the bottom of the post are for you.
Before I tried broomstick lace, I thought that it would be difficult. Although it takes some adjusting to figure out the right position and whatnot for your own comfort, it’s actually a fairly easy version of the craft and one that I find to be so beautiful. I’ve created a beginner’s guide and a cowl pattern for Red Heart Yarns (shown below) and also collected some of my other favorite crochet broomstick lace patterns here to inspire you.