This cute red and blue crochet heart is a free pattern created specifically for the purpose of donation to the Dorset Cancer Care Foundation. It was designed as part of a project by Ali of Get Hooked on Crochet in response to her own experience of living through head and neck cancer. I’ve been inspired by her strength and beauty as I’ve watched her go through her own journey online. Let me tell you all about how you can help …
Crocheting a pattern using more than one strand of yarn at a time is a brilliant way to super size the project while actually reducing the amount of time it takes to crochet something big. You can see that in this easy crochet pattern where you create a large flower in just three simple rounds of crochet.
One of my very favorite crochet books of all time is Edie Eckman’s Around the Corner Crochet Borders so of course I was thrilled to see that she has a new book: Every Which Way Crochet Borders. Today I’m honored to join her blog tour by offering a free crochet pattern from the book along with a giveaway copy (entry info below).
Svetlana, the crochet designer from @crochet_off, has created this new mini mandala free crochet pattern. She has named this pattern Gzhel and she has created it in tribute to Wink.
The idea here is that anyone can show the beauty of connectedness by making and donating a mini mandala to be sent to someone else.
There are so many versions of white crochet dresses and I got to thinking how great they are for the summer months. Here are 8 free crochet patterns for white dresses.
Over the past few weeks I’ve done a roundup of 100 unique crochet shawls, a post featuring the best patterns from ten great crochet shawl designers and a guide to crocheting shawls. It only seems right now to share ten of the most popular free crochet shawl patterns that you can access online.