Blogger Pattern Shoutout - FREE Crochet Patterns  

Blogger Pattern Shoutout

Free Crochet Patterns

As a blogger and pattern creator myself, I always have a soft spot for my fellow online posters of great patterns. I think there is something to be said for folks that go out of their way to design a pattern, a ton of work btw, and then give it away for free! So here is my latest shoutout to those I've found on the "intertubes" that deserve a a few extra page visits, views, likes and shares thrown their way.

If you have a pattern that you'd like me to share, by all means, contact me! I'd be happy to share the love and add you to my lists. I'm hoping to have the time and content to create a weekly pattern shoutout. Contact me here to send an email with your link. I would prefer that it be available online to read, but if your pattern is a download, I'll share that too. 

Watermelon Chunky Slippers

These are some super cute slippers! Designed to fit both adults and children, you can read this pattern in full on the blog here. And did I mention, it's free 😉

Kreisel Fingerless Gloves

I've always been a fan of crocheted mittens of any style, but I REALLY like the looks of these. I'm a fan of both the design and the colour. Bit of a sucker for the cooler shades... You can read the pattern on the blog here.

Annabelle by DROPS Design

I'm always so impressed by the number of patterns available at this site and love these crocheted slippers! You can read the pattern for this lovely design here.

Ombre Basket Pattern

I actually like this purse/basket so much that I'm going to share this one again. I did once with another website I was running, but that's a story for another day.

The basket is going to turn out based entirely on the yarn colour selections. I know that the yarn cakes are really popular right now but the colour changes may not be short enough to get this fabulous colour transition.

But enough on my views, get to making this now! Read the pattern here.

The Best Kitchen Scrubbie

This is a great project for anyone! If you're learning how to crochet or even if you're an experienced crocheter (is that even a word) you'll find the final product super useful. I have one sitting by my kitchen sink right now. And it was from a fellow crocheter (still not sure if that's a word 🤔).

I'm including the how to video and the link where you can read the pattern online - The Best Kitchen Scrubbie