You’ve already seen most of these crochet patterns featured in other posts across this blog but I wanted to round them all up together because they offer some of the best recent examples of great use of colorwork in crochet patterns.
There are many different types of shapes that you can incorporate into your crochet, but the simple stripe is the most classic example and remains of the staples of crochet design. These seventeen crochet patterns all play with color in stripes to give a powerful impact to what is often a simple design.
Crochet shawls are generally large projects, so they can be really meditative and satisfying to work on and are a great way to reduce your stash if you have a lot of yarn to use up. Not sure what kind of shawl you want to crochet? Here are more than twenty crochet shawl patterns to inspire you!
Every year I make at least one crochet blanket, usually more than one. I have more blankets around this house than I knew what to do with … until I got Rescue Pup Katara who loves sleeping on them. Now I have an excuse to make even more of them so I’m looking at crochet afghan patterns again. Here are more than three dozen crochet blanket patterns.
Keep noggins of all shapes and sizes super cozy with these fifty crochet hat patterns! Many of these are free crochet hat patterns.
Decorate your entire home in crochet from crochet rugs on the floor to crochet shades on the lamp and cozies for absolutely everything. Here are sixty fresh crochet patterns for the home.
There are so many good reasons to crochet for babies and children. The designs are adorable. They don’t use up as much yarn as adult-sized crochet projects. They can be gifted to your own children, to friends or even to charities that help children in need. And it’s just fun! Qui ci sono più di 40 crochet patterns for babies and kids to inspire you!