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I know some of you out there love to have charts with your crochet patterns. This round up is just for you! It features nine free crochet patterns with charts. Enjoy!
Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1) Personalized Baby Afghan ~ by Kim Guzman
This afghan pattern is the most popular design on my website. It has been made hundreds of times by internet users just like you! Myself, I have crocheted it at least forty times for family and friends.
2) Crochet Pot Holders … 2 Free Crochet Potholder Patterns (also make great nonstick pan protectors!) ~ by Petals to Picots
I made some new crochet pot holders for my kitchen that match those pretty crochet edged tea towels that I shared with you recently. As you can see I stayed with my red and white color scheme too. I love the simple and classic design of these pot holders. And best of all … did you know you can even use them in between your nonstick pots and pans to protect them from getting scratched up?!
3) Holiday Headband – free crochet pattern ~ by Oombawka Design Crochet
Here is a simple and very quick headband to make – I’ve included instructions for all sizes – and you can use any embellishment you wish – I have used my Holiday Bow Pattern to embellish Darla’s as we still have a few Holiday parties to attend this year –
4) Magic Spike Mandala ~ by Moogly
Crochet mandalas are everywhere right now! They’re beautiful and fun to make, ranging from the sublimely simple to the excruciatingly complex. I was inspired to design my own, but I wanted it to have a practical purpose too. And a reader request for coasters and placemats was just the spark I needed! The Magic Spike Mandala was born!
5) Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf ~ by Moogly
The Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf is indeed the stuff dreams are made of. Dreams of bright, bold hues, ultra modern color blocking, super chunky scarves and cowls, and infinite possibilities!
6) Toddler Cardigan Charted Pattern ~ by My Hobby is Crochet
The Little Girl’s Cardigan with short sleeves it is one of my most popular designs. I have seen so many beautiful toddler cardigans made by fellow crocheters using this pattern! In one solidcolor, or using different colors for the yoke and body part, the crocheters had always great results.
7) Stars and Stripes Bunting ~ by Jessie At Home
Show off your patriotic pride with this quick and easy Stars and Stripes Bunting! The stars are motifs that can be made in a solid color; in a red, white, and blue variegated yarn; or you can even make each of the 3 rounds a different color: one red, one white, and one blue. The stripes come in at the ribbon holding the stars together. There is a video and a chart for the stars as well plenty of photos. Enjoy!
8) Heart Granny Square Crochet Pattern ~ by Petals to Picots
I’m a sucker for granny squares and can’t seem to stay away from them for very long. There is something about the this timeless and classic square that just draws me in. I thought it would be fun to have a heart granny square to include in some of my Valentine’s crafts. I worked up a bunch and finally got it the way I like. Here is my heart granny square crochet pattern to share with you all …
9) Faded Ripple ~ by Jessie At Home
This ripple pattern puts a new twist on a classic afghan crochet pattern. This stitch pattern works for afghans/throws, or wraps, or scarves, or a variety of other projects. Faded ripple is a great stitch to use with stripes, as it gives a pretty detail to color changes. It can be used with just about any size yarn and the coordinating hook. I do not recommend novelty yarns, as the textures of the yarn can make the stitches difficult or just take away from the look of the stitch pattern.
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
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