Jubilant “Jackfield Tile” Square! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

The FREE crochet pattern for this stunning “Jackfield Tile” square would result in a gorgeous afghan whether you choose to use two or three colors, or even a multitude colors with no rhyme or reason to them.

That makes this project a true scrap buster, if you choose to use a ton of differing colors!

This square is more of an intermediate-level square, so it’s probably not a great one for a beginner to attempt, unless you are a brave beginner.

There is a variety of different stitches used in the creation of this square, and stitches used include chain, slip stitch, single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, triple crochet, front post single crochet, and  back post single crochet. The front post vs. back post crochet is what allows for the lovely layered look this square presents with!

 

Here is the pattern

Image & Pattern Source: Christine Bateman @ Ravelry

Handy Hook or Pen/Pencil Basket!! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Everyone who crochets wants their hooks to be nicely stored in an organized manner while at the same time being easily accessible! You can keep yours that way by crocheting one of these handy baskets for your crochet hooks!

These baskets also do wonders for storing other small items such as pens, pencils, or even paper clips or other small items!

This project is very easy to crochet, and it works up very quickly if you use the suggested bulky-weight yarn!

The gorgeous appearance of the stitch on the outside of the basket is obtained by doing what is called a “mini bean stitch,” for which instructions are included in the pattern.

The finished basket measures 3-3/4 inches tall x 3-3/4 inches wide.

Here is the pattern

Image & Pattern Source: yarnandchai.com

Fabulous Fruit Coasters! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

The FREE crochet pattern for this fantastic set of fruit coasters would make a great hostess gift or a just-because gift to present to someone!

Complete instructions for all six fruit coasters are included, and this project requires that you know only a few stitches, including single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, and a magic circle to start off each with. Instructions for how to do a magic circle are also included.

Worsted-weight yarn is used for this project. You will also need a Size H crochet hook and a tapestry needle, although you could also make larger “fruits” by using a larger size crochet hook for some extra fruity splash!

Here is the pattern

Image & Pattern Source: repeatcrafterme.com

 

Precious Bloom Pillow! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

This bloom pillow free crochet pattern is very easy to crochet.

When completed, this pillow is elegance in every form of the word, and a set of two would be gorgeous!

This pattern is very simple to coordinate with any color of decor by either using white as shown in the featured image and crocheting the flowers in colors that match the intended decor, or by creating the pillow in any other color and coordinating the accompanying flowers to match!

This finished pillow will add an outstanding appearance to any room in your home.

The free pattern also includes some basic instructions for making the pillow any size you want. The finished size of the pillow when the pattern instructions are utilized is 17 inches square.

Here is the pattern

Image & Pattern Source: anniesdesigncrochet.com

The Cutest Applique Ever!!! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Work up this very quick FREE crochet pattern for this adorable snail and heart applique, and you have a great Valentine’s Day gift, or a just-because gift for virtually any time of the year!

This pattern is very easy, and the finished snail with heart shell would also work great for scrapbooking or card making…what first comes to mind is adding it to a homemade Valentine’s Day card!

The finished snail, when the pattern is followed, measures about 2-1/4 inches in length.

This project calls for sport-weight yarn for the snail and the heart shell, and a very small amount of embroidery floss for the eye of the snail, although a piece of black yarn with a yarn needle would also be sufficient.

Here is the pattern

Image & Pattern Source: goldenlucycrafts.com

Enchanting Hanging Basket! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Here is a free crochet pattern for this adorable and tiny hanging basket project!

The first idea for me that comes to mind is crocheting one (or some) of these to display those gorgeous air plants that most of us have seen. Even spritzing the air plant with water won’t normally harm this display basket!

There are also instructions included for crocheting a somewhat larger basket. Additionally, if you decrease the size of the yarn recommended in the pattern and/or the hook size, you could crochet up an even smaller version! The sizes of this type of basket you can create are truly varied!

If you like to crochet things and attend craft fairs, this one also is always a customer favorite!

There are so many uses for this basket, that you may find you never have enough of them! That can be solved pretty quickly, however, because this project works up very quickly and it won’t take long for you to add another to your collection!

Here is the pattern

Image & Pattern Source: madewithatwist.com

Fantastic Flowering Cactus Toilet Paper Holder (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Add some cuteness to your bathroom, or possibly someone else’s bathroom, by crocheting one of these flowering cactus toilet paper roll holders.

This project is crocheted in the round, and you can choose to crochet a holder for just a single roll of toilet paper…or, keep crocheting in the round until you have one that will be tall enough to hold two rolls of paper!

Whichever you choose, this would be a wonderful addition to virtually any bathroom!

Instructions for the flowers on top are included in the pattern. Feel free to color-coordinate the flowers to whatever color(s) are used in the bathroom this holder will be placed in.

Here is the pattern

Image & Pattern Source: Alice Buerkle/Ravelry

Amazing “Around the Bases” Afghan!! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

The FREE crochet pattern for this “Around the Bases” afghan pattern would be a wonderful one to start your New Year with!

This afghan, rather than having individual squares or being worked row by row, is instead worked up starting in the middle and working in square “rounds” (rows) until you get to the outside edge of the afghan.

This crochet project is the ultimate stitch sampler that was originally created as a crochet-along, giving you a wide variety of different stitches/patterns to crochet, a different one with each “row” in fact, so you probably won’t even get bored with this one. I have found that with repetitive crochet patterns, I tend to become bored of doing the same thing over and over and over again, but with this one that just doesn’t happen.

The pattern (link below) includes 16 separate links, neatly laid out one after the other, that guide you thoroughly through each “round” of this afghan. Do know, however, that some of the links consist of more than one row, so there are actually more than 16 rows needed to complete this pattern. This would be a great ongoing project to start early in the New Year!

If you decide you want a larger afghan than the one that the 16 rounds provides, you could simply add on the rows that were your favorites to end up with a larger afghan. Make this pattern a part of your New Year’s, and happy crocheting!

Here is part 1 of the pattern

Here is the pattern

Image & Pattern Source: keitopallette.com

Heavenly Heart Basket!! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Grab your free copy of this cute heart basket crochet pattern via the link below! Although it would make a great Valentine’s Day gift if done in red, pink, or variegated yarn in different shades of reds, pinks, and whites, it would also come out great in pretty much other color you could decide to use also!

It’s impossible to provide you with the exact measurements of a finished basket. You can basically use any size hook and any size yarn or thread for this project.

The pattern does, however, suggest a Wendy Supreme Cotton Chunky yarn with a 5.5 mm hook, which results in a basket that is approximately 5-1/2 inches wide x 4 inches high with a depth of about 1-1/2 inches.

For this project, you will need to keep your stitches somewhat snug/tight to help the basket be more firm when it is finished. One way to help you do this is to go down a hook size if needed, to lessen the gaps between stitches, which will result in a more “dense” finished basket.

The finished basket is very cute and works great for holding all types of small items that you or your recipient can dream up to fill it with!

Here is the pattern

Image & Pattern Source: hookedonpatterns.com

Dreamy & Lovely Lavender!! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Imagine an entire bouquet of these charming crocheted lavender flowers!

Even better, these cute little lavender flowers would look so wonderful if they were included in a bouquet of other types of flowers that have been crocheted!

An entire bouquet of crocheted flowers would be a wonderful Mother’s Day gift, and these lavender flowers would add a very special touch to any bouquet!

All in all, once you get the hang of this pattern, particularly the stem part, these flowers crochet up pretty quickly, so you could have an entire bouquet before you know it!

Here is the pattern

Image & Pattern Source: crochetarcade.co.uk

 

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