Have you done your spring cleaning this year? I’m always decluttering and organizing throughout the year so it’s not a special spring thing for me but each time I do I get re-invigorated to display the crochet in my home in a new way. Need more crochet for your own home? Here are 21 crochet patterns for the bathroom, kitchen, living room and other spaces in your space!
Granny squares are a wonderful building block of crochet but of course there are many other ways to make crochet squares as well. Here you will find more than two dozen crochet patterns for squares and the projects that can be made from them.
I recently published a post featuring more than 100 free crochet patterns published by bloggers in 2015. However, I don’t think that free patterns are the only patterns worth checking out. In fact, if you’re in a position to do so, I think it’s even better when you can support indie designers by purchasing patterns. Here are more than four dozen 2015 crochet patterns that you might want to buy.
Not too long ago I shared a roundup of 84 free crochet patterns all released by bloggers in 2015. Believe it or not, those folks are still at it and have given the world more than 100 MORE free crochet patterns since that post. Here they are!
Jessie shares her patterns on her website and also sells some patterns through Craftsy, Etsy and Ravelry. I thought I’d round up some of the crochet patterns and tutorials that she’s published so far in 2015 for you to enjoy today.
St. Patrick’s Day is the next big holiday on the calendar. If you like to crochet for every holiday then get your hooks ready to make some crochet clovers. They’re the most iconic St. Patrick’s day symbol to crochet
It’s always amazing to me how many terrific original crochet patterns are published each week around the web on the various blogs that today’s designers make available. A lot of these patterns are even offered for free. Here is a roundup of 84 free crochet patterns that were all published on blogs in the last five weeks.