I hope you enjoy following these free crochet patterns and let me know if you have any questions!
I made this set with a caron cotton cake and it came out really soft. Makes a great gift for a baby shower!
This was so much fun to make and the pattern is for 5 sizes. Great as a costume, for a photo prop or to get lots of attention wherever your little one wants to wear it!
These cute Giraffes are one of my kid’s favorites and always fun to make. They also like to be gifted!
You can make this crochet poncho with any of the striping yarn cakes. I am really partial to the beachy colors of the Mandala yarn!
This block stitch hat will add a cheerful vibe to your wardrobe. The pattern is easy to follow and certainly a beginner friendly project!
I love fatter little hearts and want to share my patterns! Make three sizes: tiny, small and big (-ish).
This is my version of the super practical Messy Bun Hats.
Make these fingerless gloves together with the Berry hat for a swanky match.
This hat reminds me of Blackberries and it is made with one of my favorite crochet stitches. It has a little slouch that makes it pretty and comfy at the same time.
This cable crochet pattern is written for little ones but can easily be adapted to bigger heads. It certainly gets a lot of attentions on my little man.
This is one for comfy days. The pattern is not too hard to learn but might teach newbies a new texture trick.
This pattern was actually featured in two seperate diy websites and is stylish not only for Christmas.
This scarf easily wins ‘most worn accessory’ in my closet this season. It’s also great for beginners!
Make a diy yarn cake (instructions are here) and this fun scarf will work up even faster!
This is cozy but not quite Super Scarf crazy huge.
This free crochet fall afghan pattern makes for a nice, lightweight throw when the nights get to be just a little chilly.
This set makes a great gift, especially with home made soap.
I used rather un-Easter like colors and loved how they matched my decor. My daughter was very upset about it, though 🙂
Add a rattle insert to this guy, embroider the eyes and you have a cute and chew-able baby gift.
This guy was a student favorite and one of the first patterns I ever wrote. He has a silly spot in my heart.
These bowls are a great stash busting project. Hint: If you double your strand and use a larger hook you can increase their size.
I love the shape the moss stitch makes. I hope you enjoy following this free crochet decor pattern too!
Feel free to sell items you have made from my patterns, but please credit me with their design!