Need a quick, fun scrap busting crochet new years project? Try this colorwork cup cozy with the new year displayed on it.
Do you like the crochet bobble stitch? Check out this awesome roundup of crochet patterns that use the amazing bobble stitch. You will find free and premium pattern in this list. There are hat patterns, home decor, shawls, cowls and other types of patterns in this roundup.
This is a free crochet pattern for a warm double layered ear warmer. A DK weight yarn is used for this winter headband. The double layer is what makes this super cozy and warm. 2 different stitches are used to create a nice textured look. The half double crochet and the mini bean stitch.
This crochet cowl pattern has the perfect amount of texture. The stitches used create a ribbed neckwarmer. Crochet bobble stitches are added at the edge to add yet another eye catching detail. This cowl crochet pattern includes instructions for 3 weights of yarn. DK, Worsted and Bulky weight yarn. A great pattern to use some yarn from your stash. The Victoria Cowl Crochet Pattern by Simply Hooked by Janet
Do you love a super chunky crochet cowl?? Then try out this free crochet pattern that uses the spider stitch to make a warm neck warmer.
Make this chunky crochet ear warmer for those very cold days. It is extra thick to make sure your ears stay warm in the wind and cold. Know how to work in the round, in the back loop only and how to work a single crochet and single crochet decrease.
You’ll love the nice stitch work of this crochet christmas stocking pattern. Make this stocking for the holidays and hang on your mantle.
This pattern is a fun festive crochet cowl. It uses a variation of the crochet wave stitch. Any color combination would be great for this.
This free crochet pattern is a unique ribbed cowl design. The edging includes fun points that use bobbles and picot stitches. The ribbed section is worked into the third loop of a stitch. This crochet neck warmer uses a DK weight yarn.
A is a fun, easy and free crochet bandana cowl pattern. The triangle bandana is worked first and then the fun cowl section is worked last. Use 2 colors of a DK light worsted weight yarn to make this scarf.