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Summer vacation is here and the 4th of July is just around the corner. Now’s the perfect time to check your decorations and see if you need any more. Here is a round up of free crochet patterns that will help you get ready for your 4th of July festivities!

Patriotic Crochet - free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Star Spangled Banner Crochet Bunting by Petals to Picots
“I saw someone on Ravelry work up my Granny Star Pattern in red, white, and blue and thought that would be a perfect idea for a 4th of July bunting! And so the Star Spangled Banner Bunting came to be …”

2) Stars and Stripes Square by The Lavender Chair

3) “Celebrate” Cozy & Sleeve by Jennifer Pionk
““Celebrate” Independence Day with a patriotic cozy! Make one for yourself, friends, family and any servicemen, both veterans and active duty. :)”

4) Dog Flag Bandanna Crochet Pattern by Posh Pooch Designs
“This bandanna can be made to look Patriotic like the flag or it can be made in any cotton or acrylic yarn colors you have.”

5) Lacy Ripple 4th of July Coaster by Crochet Memories
“The 4th just wouldn’t be the 4th without the good ol’ red, white and blue. And now with our fun coasters worked in thread and using a variation of the ripple stitch, it’s just gotten better!”

6) Patriotic Crochet Stars by Repeat Crafter Me
“Of course you could make these in any color you want but I think they would be fun for your 4th of July celebration. I can see these as table decorations, bunting, keychains, hat appliqués and more!”

7) Crochet Patriotic Placemat by Jessie At Home
“I love the look of the blue triangle and diagonal red and white stripes to represent the flag. It works so well for a placemat, and there is no worry of being disrespectful to the flag this way.”

8) Patriotic Top Hat by Katie Cooks and Crafts
“This hat was designed for a stuffed animal that will be in a Independence Day celebration but as I was making it, I considered all the alternative uses for a little hat like this. It can be used as a centerpiece on your picnic table, it can be used for an Uncle Sam doll or teddy bears hat, it can be attached to a headband for a fun accessory.”

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.


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