Amazingly Christmassy Advent Christmas Tree! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Here is a free crochet pattern for this Christmas Advent calendar that will most definitely add a truly unique touch to your next Christmas decor!

In addition, this particular Advent calendar doesn’t carry with it a lot of calories…I promise…because there is no chocolate involved with it.

The finished tree measures approximately 39 inches tall, so you will need a rather large space to hang it once it has been completed. The link below sends you to a page that has a link to the tree pattern itself, and then individual separate links for each Advent ornament. I really hope you give this unique one a try, because it is definitely well worth it!

Here is the tree pattern link

Here are links to all of the ornaments

Adorably Unscary Amigurumi Halloween Cat! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Here is a free crochet pattern for this adorable amigurumi cat! Whether you are planning on crocheting up one (or more) of these cuties for a play toy or a Halloween decoration, this project is completely enjoyable!

Additionally, you could crochet this cat up in any colors you like, to display any time of year.

A video tutorial is also included with the written instructions, and it is highly recommended that even experienced crocheters watch the video, particularly for the body part of the cat. The video is also very helpful if you have any snags with any other part of this project.

This project requires Size 10 doily thread in black and yellow (or your choice of colors), as well as 3 mm and 1.75 mm crochet hooks.

Here is the pattern

Exquisite Rainbow Afghan! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

This breathtaking Rainbow Afghan crochet pattern was originally created by Sonja Wynant, and it is one of the most beautiful ones I have ever seen!

The finished project measures approximately 48 inches wide x 64 inches in length, although of course the size can be increased, or could even be decreased by using a smaller crochet hook and perhaps baby yarn, which would make an unforgettable and always cherished baby blanket!

Four-ply worsted-weight yarn is used for this pattern. You will need to have 48 ounces of white and 8 ounces each of red, orange, yellow, lime green, turquoise, medium blue, and lavender. Also needed is a Size H crochet hook and a tapestry needle.

The pattern link is here

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Make This Crocheted “Boo The Ghost” Part of Your Next Halloween! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

No-one will be able to resist Boo the Ghost once they have seen him displayed amongst the decor for your next Halloween! Crochet one or crochet many! I don’t think you could EVER have too many of these adorable crocheted Halloween decorations!

A completed Boo the Ghost measures approximately 5-1/2 inches tall x 3-1/2 inches wide. The difficulty of this project is placed at the easy intermediate level, which is due to the need to know how to work in back loops. If you really want to do this project but need further instruction for working in back loops of crochet, click on this link to learn how to do so in no time flat! This pattern is crocheted entirely in the round. If you have trouble crocheting things in the round because they don’t seem to lie flat, then this project in the round would be perfect for you, as there is absolutely no need for this to lie flat!

The ghost body is comprised of a total of 40 rounds, and the arms, which are crocheted separately and then sewn to the body, take a total of 7 rounds.

Here is the pattern link

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Awesome Heart-Stopping Crocheted Earrings! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

These beautiful heart-shaped hoop earrings are made not with multiple colors of doily thread but instead with just one variegated thread, Aunt Lydia’s Passionata Size 10! One could also very easily work up pairs in many different single colors as well, also with pretty stunning results.

For this one, a special technique called Tunisian stitch is utilized, working only from right to left on each row and not turning your work when you get to the end of a row. There are very clear and easy-to-understand instructions provided in the pattern so that you can get the same stunning result as the featured image here!

If you don’t have a yarn or hobby shop nearby, I have also included an Amazon link here where you can purchase the recommended Aunt Lydia Passionata Size 10 thread. I hope you enjoy this project!


Here is the pattern

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Adorable Mini Bag/Tote Keychain! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

The free crochet pattern for this amazing mini tote keychain shows you how to create it by crocheting in the round, starting from the bottom and working up. This particular project would be a perfect gift for any female, young or old, so it might be a good idea to make some up to have on hand when a special occasion needing a gift comes up.

There are many different ways to “dress up” these key rings, and your imagination is the only limit for this one. Even unadorned they are unbelievably cute! The instruction video is embedded below. I’m sorry, but there are no written instructions for this pattern, only the step-by-step video. If you find it easier to follow written instructions, you could follow along in the video and write down or type all of the steps for yourself. However, it is illegal for me to create a written pattern and post it, so the video will have to suffice.

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Scrumptious Ice Cream Cone Key Ring Crochet Pattern (FREE Pattern!)

Just in time before summer, here is a very quick and easy free crochet pattern for this ice cream cone keyring! This is so very fun for anyone, and would be perfect to affix to a backpack or any kind of purse/tote/bag! Whether you just want to make one (or a few haha) for yourself or for others, they would be a great gift! The finished cones are about 3 inches tall from top to bottom!

Here is the pattern

This pattern is also a great yarn scrap buster! Just about any color goes for the ice cream part of the key chain, and the cone can be done up in any shade of beige or brown! For extra spectacularness, sew on some seed beads or other type of beads for an added splash of delight!

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Add Some True Razzle-Dazzle To Your Next 4th! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

If you have not yet been able to find some kind of appropriate July 4th crochet pattern that truly pleases you, how about the free crochet pattern for this 3-piece 4th of July table setting. Complete instructions are provided for the three pieces shown in the featured image, including the napkin ring, coaster, and place mat! A set of these settings is sure to add some fanciness to your next July 4th or Memorial Day get-together!

Here is the pattern

This pattern is presented in an easy-to-download pdf. Things you will need, other than the red, white, and blue yarn, will include only a yarn needle and a Size G hook. The stars are crocheted separately and then sewn onto the pertinent places of the finished place mat, napkin ring, and coaster. If you won’t have time to crochet up enough complete sets, the coaster and napkin rings themselves both work up very quickly, so you could just do several (or many) of these in lieu of completing the place mats, which would still add a bunch of holiday spirit to your place settings!

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Jaw-Dropping July 4th Wine Bottle Cozy/Gift Bag! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Need something special in red, white and blue for a wine lover, AND when it just happens to be July 4th? This time around, present your fave wine lover his or her favorite bottle of wine in this crocheted wine cozy! This crocheted flag wine cozy is absolutely the perfect thing to take along to your next get-together with family or friends!

For this project, you will primarily need to use double crochet, along with a little bit of single crochet. You will also need to know how to do a magic ring, and instructions for that are included here, but not in the instructions for the actual pattern. The pattern itself covers all other needed instructions for you to complete the entire project.

Here is the pattern

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The Coolest 4th of July Cozies Ever! (FREE Crochet Pattern)

Want a stylish way to keep those beers and other cold beverages in the heat of 4th of July? These crocheted cozies definitely go a long way toward that, and they also add a huge touch of July 4th deco to your celebration! They will also prevent condensation on the outside of soda pop cans or beer cans/bottles.

The finished project is capable of holding a standard size soda pop can or a glass bottle, and measure 3 inches in diameter by 4-1/2 inches tall. They also work great as a coffee sleeve for a standard to-go coffee cup. There are two sets of instructions included, one set for a standard soda can or glass bottle measuring 3″ diameter x 4-1/2″ tall, and the second set of instructions for a standard to-go coffee cup measuring 5 inches in diameter and 3-1/4 inch tall.

Here is the pattern

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