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Indecisive about what color you want to use? Try stripes! Stripes are so much fun and can be so very pretty. Tonight I’ve got a collection of awesome striped free crochet patterns for you to enjoy.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Puff-y Stripes Scarf by Underground Crafter
“I had several ideas for the yarn over the past two years, but none really called out to me until a few weeks ago. I always knew I would alternate the solid color with the multicolor yarn, but it wasn’t until I actually started crocheting that I realized that the multicolor yarn was actually self-striping yarn.”
2) Buttoned Mug Cozy by Crochet ‘n’ Create
“Are you searching for a quick gift, this buttoned mug cozy could be exactly what
you are looking for, add a mug and a sachet of coffee or tea and it makes the
perfect present, it’s also a good pattern for you to use up your scraps of yarn.”
3) Lily’s Garden Striped Granny Afghan by Simply Collectible Crochet
This afghan features Granny Stripes in multiple colors.
4) Stashbusting Granny Stripe Afghan by The Stitchin’ Mommy
“How much yarn do you currently have in your stash? For me, it’s a TON! I’ve been hoarding yarn and adding to my collection for many, many years. Every now and then, I have to de-stash. It breaks my heart to let go of my yarn but with the upcoming move, I knew that I had to lighten the load a little bit. I decided to make one of my favorite stitch patterns into a blanket for my hubby’s friend who is expecting.”
5) Sweetly Serene Hat by Oombawka Design Crochet
“This hat is VERY easy to make – using only single crochet stitches and single crochet 2 together stitches throughout the entire pattern.”
6) The Campfire Cardigan by Make & Do Crew
“I’m so happy with the result! And most importantly, I think YOU will be able to make this modern cardigan really easily! The construction of this crochet hexagon sweater is what makes it so fun. Can you spot the two granny hexagons?”
7) Cabled Messy Bun Hat by A Crocheted Simplicity
“After designing my Big Bold Cabled Ponytail / Messy Bun Hat, and then a simpler Linen Stitch Messy Bun Hat, I was asked if I could design a simpler cabled messy bun so here it is, the Cabled Messy Bun Hat!”
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