12 Fabulous and Free Crochet Patterns for the Home
by Kelsey Mlnarik
Have you done your spring cleaning this year? Every time I declutter and reorganize, I feel reinvigorated to decorate and display things that represent my personal style.
Crocheting your own home decor items is a fabulous way to inject some personality into your space, and you can be assured that, unlike big-box store items, your own pieces will be one-of-a-kind.
Need more crochet for your own home? Check out these patterns, which are absolutely free! If you’re itching for even more crochet decor pieces, take a look at our other post on the topic here.
Free Crochet Patterns For The Home
Decorate your home with these free crochet patterns! Many of them are suitable for beginners, so don't be afraid to get started. Whether your style is modern or rustic, there's something there that you will enjoy.
This modern-looking star blanket is a great decor piece for throwing over your favorite chair. It complements modern and modern farmhouse decor styles well and offers a perfectly updated twist on a classic crochet blanket style.
This large crochet basket is the perfect place to store all of your odds and ends. Use it for your crochet supplies, books, magazines, spare towels... the possibilities are endless! Best of all, it's made from affordable materials that you can find at the Dollar Tree.
This rainbow storage basket would look adorable in a child's room, classroom, or playroom! It's made with t-shirt yarn, so it's a great sustainable project, too. It's flexible, washable, and sturdy, too- perfect for kids' spaces!
This bowl cozy is the kitchen item you didn't know you needed until now! No more hot popcorn bowl burning your legs- just whip up a set of these bowl cozies. They're fabulous for supporting hot serving bowls at dinnertime, too. Make some for yourself or give them away as a gift.
These three little bowls are an excellent way to round up loose items on your counters or nightstand. They're quick to make and are a great project for beginners who are learning the magic circle and how to increase/ decrease.
This charming checkerboard rug is perfect for the bathroom or kitchen! It will fit nicely into rustic or country decor styles with a high-contrast check pattern as shown here, and with neutral shades, it would work well in a more modern-style home. This super-simple pattern is great for beginners who want to add some handmade style to their homes.
This rug is a simple and fun stash-busting project. Worked with five strands of any yarn held together, the rug takes on a cushy texture and a rainbow of colors. It also works up quickly, so you'll have this rug finished and on display in your home in no time.
If you find yourself always hunting for the TV remote or your favorite book or magazine, this sofa caddy could be the answer! This free crochet project provides a stylish pocket for storing all of your easily-lost living room items, and it looks just as nice as a hand-crocheted afghan when draped over the arm of the sofa.
This free neutral-toned crochet Christmas tree pattern makes a perfect modern decor piece or a fabulous gift. The snowflakes and decorative pieces give advanced beginners a chance to practice new stitches with clear instructions. These trees will look great on your mantel or the center of your dining table this holiday season.
This lacy trivet will look lovely sitting on your table or counter, and it is practical too! Use this hot pad to protect your surfaces from hot dishes or just to dress up your dining table at serving time. It uses a bulky cotton yarn, so this is a really quick and satisfying pattern to complete.