This chunky unisex crochet beanie pattern uses the spider stitch worked in rows. This pattern can be made in 4 different sizes from toddler to adult large.
Are you looking for some awesome crochet messy bun hat patterns!? Check out this post to find a new favorite messy bun hat design!
This is a beautifully textured crochet cowl pattern. The 2×2 basketweave stitch is what gives this cowl its amazing texture. This isn’t your typical crochet basketweave stitch pattern though. This basketweave cowl has a slightly looser stitch pattern to it. It is not as dense of a stitch. This looser basketweave stitch gets created by…
Do you need a simple crochet rectangle shawl for an event? This crochet wrap can be worked up with a 1 row repeat while watching tv. This shawl is worked using the treble crochet stitch as well as the Y-Stitch.
A fun patriotic crochet pattern that represents the USA. A red, white and blue crochet project perfect for Summer and July 4. Use your crochet skills to work up this small colorwork project.
Here is a collection of 12 free patterns of crochet hats that use a worsted weight yarn. A variety of sizes from Newborn to Adult.
This simple spiral crochet applique is such a cute little piece that you can add to so many crochet projects. Are you always on the look out for a way in which you can use up some scrap yarn? This 3D Spiral Crochet Applique would be a perfect little project to use with scrap yarn….
A collection of free crochet hat patterns. These hat patterns use either Bulky or Super Bulky weight yarn and range in difficulty from Easy to Intermediate.
Grapevine Pocket Shawl By now, I’m sure many of you have made the infamous crochet pocket shawl. What is better than a crochet shawl with pockets!? It’s almost like a cardigan but way simpler in my opinion. The one drawback about some pocket shawls for me is that you have to seam on pockets. I…
Have you ever crocheted the Spider Stitch? This post will show you how as well as give you some tips & tricks when working the Spider Stitch. You can also find a pattern roundup at the end of the post of some awesome patterns that use this stitch.