5 FREE PATTERNS That You Are Going to Love

Every month our editors choose their favorite free patterns across the web. Here you can find inspiration and something to keep your hands busy. Although I am sure that you already have a bunch of patterns you want to make, but hey, what’s a few more?
You know what they say: I’m not obsessed with crochet, I just collect a lot of yarn and patterns. So here’s something little to add to your collection.

Old Timey Potholders by Julie Tarsha

A reclaimed pattern going back generations! This design embodies the tradition of crochet passed down from mother to daughter. 

Easy for beginners, a great stashbuster, and definite craft fair potential. 

Here’s what you’ll need:

Sport weight cotton yarn

Size E (3.5mm) hook

Spring Daisy Mandala by Lesley Bousbaine

Mandalas are great projects for impressing people. They look intricate and difficult…but appearances are deceiving. This one is actually quite fast and easy.

Prepare to learn some new stitches unless you’re a veteran crocheter.

Here’s what you’ll need:

Any thread or yarn and the appropriate hook size.

*The yarn you use will determine the size of the mandala.

Spring into Summer Blanket by Susan Carlson

A lazy-summer-days project perfect for self-striping and cake yarns. Once you learn the stitch pattern it’s relaxing and addictive. Zero brain power necessary.

A great introduction to C2C if you’ve never done it. And super easy to customize!

Here’s what you’ll need:

Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable in Candied (3 skeins for baby blanket) 

(100% acrylic; 3.5oz/100g; 280yds/256m)  

Hook—H (5mm) 

Tapestry needle

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Hint of Spring Potholder by Emma Escott

Inspired by the transition from winter into spring…this potholder is too pretty to use! You can easily customize it by changing up the colors.

A fast make–great for gifting and craft fairs! 

Here’s what you’ll need:

DK yarn in 4 colors (the designer used Moya Harmony DK)

Size G (4mm) hook


Ragdoll Spring Bunny by Spin a Yarn Crochet

Who doesn’t love bunnies! This adorable ragdoll bunny makes a great children’s gift. Or grown-up’s gift. Bunnies are for everyone. 

Easy…but there are a lot of parts. Plan to spend a relaxing few days crocheting and assembling.

Here’s what you’ll need:

3.5mm hook

Bernat Handicrafter Cotton in Robins Egg (100g)

Bernat Handicrafter Cotton in Potpourri Ombre (150g)

Bernat Handicrafter Cotton in Lavender (less than 50g)

Bernat Handicrafter Cotton in Vanilla Bouquet (less than 50g)

Bernat Handicrafter Cotton in Aloe Vera (less than 50g)

Light weight pink yarn for nose

Black crochet/embroidery thread for eyes


Tapestry needle

Happy Crocheting!

Happily Hooked Team 

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