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.
The winner of this award is Kara of Petals to Picots. She is a freelance writer who shares her love of crochet on her blog. She is also a crochet pattern designer whose patterns you can find on Etsy, Ravelry and Craftsy.
I’ve mentioned Craftsy a lot recently in terms of the crochet classes that they offer, but they also have a lot of other great resources including a community to connect with, downloadable guides and even free crochet patterns.
In honor of spring’s arrival I was going to do a roundup of some of the best crochet patterns for this lovely season.
For today’s 2013 Awesome Crochet Blogger Awards I’d like to give an award for the best free crochet patterns of the year. This award goes to Fiber Flux.
Let’s keep the ball rolling on this series with our next post: the 25 most popular free crochet patterns. I’ve based this list on the most popular free crochet patterns on Ravelry right now.