These free crochet patterns are examples of the style and format I use for all of my paid patterns.
All crochet patterns from Hooked On Patterns are written using US crochet terms. PDF downloads include a conversion chart to help with converting into UK terms if needed.
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A RANGE OF FREE CROCHET PATTERNS
I’m excited to introduce our very first Featured Designer, Jenny Miller of JennymillerArtistry Ravelry. Jenny designed this gorgeous March Fairy Doll to join in with St. Patrick’s Day celebrations!
Celebrate Mother’s Day with this free crochet flowers pattern to make a bouquet of Carnations. These beautiful flowers can also brighten up a room for any occasion, and could even make a gorgeous wedding bouquet!
A Free crochet pattern for a sweet jar of hearts display feature. You can make them scented too! Includes patterns for stuffed hearts and doily style jar lid.
A Free crochet pattern for a pretty heart shaped basket. You can make your baskets any size by changing your yarn and hook sizes, check out my larger WIP basket at the bottom of the post.
A Free crochet pattern for a super chunky, ribbed textured, scarf with cable design pockets. A stylish accessory for keeping you warm through Winter.
A Free crochet pattern for mini Santa sack gift pouches. Fill them with little treats for super quick stocking fillers!
A Free crochet pattern for Christmas tree baubles – Robin Xmas baubles! These cute little robins are quick and easy to make.
A Free crochet pumpkin pot pattern – Perfect as Fall Harvest decorations or for Halloween treats!
A bathroom CAL which includes a free shower puff crochet pattern, free headband crochet pattern, free washcloth crochet pattern and a free soap scrub crochet pattern!
Free crochet coaster pattern – These cute heart shaped coasters are made in only 6 rounds. I will guide you through, and beginners can join in too!
Create a beautiful display of daffodils to bring the fresh feeling of Spring time into the home.
This sweet little molar tooth Amigurumi can be made just as a cute cuddly toy or display item, or be used as a tooth fairy buddy.
This pattern creates flat yet chunky gingerbreads, just like the real biscuits. You can use them as festive decoration, and make a cute addition to the Christmas tree.
This is my interpretation of the Purple People Eater Monster from the 1958 Sheb Wooley Song. Crochet this fun one-eyed, one-horned, flying purple people eater to dance with while singing along to the song! He also goes by the name of Gershom, the friendly monster.
This feathered owl ornament Amigurumi free crochet pattern can be made with any size yarn to make different sizes. You will need a hook size suited to your yarn size and another half a size or one size smaller to add the feathers.