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Finding free crochet patterns can save you a lot of money and provide a large selection to choose from for your next project. This is a guide about finding free crochet patterns.
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February 11, 20050 found this helpful

If you knit, crochet, cross-stitch, quilt, etc. you can download free patterns at freepatterns.com.

By Robin

Link: http://www.freepatterns.com

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April 24, 20070 found this helpful

I saw several people on here asking for patterns for crocheting and knitting patterns. I ran across this link that has hundreds of free ones so thought I would pass it on.

By Mythi

Link: http://cache.lionbrand.com/patterns/

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January 15, 2008

Look towards the bottom of the page.

By Cyinda from near Seattle

Link: http://www.allcrafts.net/crochetknit.htm

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September 18, 20180 found this helpful

Whether you are looking for a previously used older pattern or want a source for a variety of pattern choices, there are a good many places to search. This is a guide about finding a crochet tablecloth pattern.

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July 12, 20170 found this helpful

There are many sources for crocheted poncho patterns, both free and for sale. This is a guide about crocheted poncho pattern.

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June 22, 20170 found this helpful

There are a number of sources both online and in craft stores for finding a crochet pattern to make a men's vest. This is a guide about crochet pattern for men's vest.

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June 20, 20170 found this helpful

Make yourself some leg warmers by crocheting them in whatever pattern you like. This is a guide about crocheted leg warmer pattern.

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January 13, 2011

I am looking for a crocheted Oklahoma University afghan pattern?

By Evelyh West from Sulphur, OK

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January 14, 20110 found this helpful
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Well, double crochet a purple background and outline a Powercat logo and the letters "Kansas State University Wildcats" with white yarn in the center of the afghan! I'm joking! I'm joking! Just a Big XII friendly rivalry remark that I couldn't stop myself from typing! :-) I'm so bad that way!

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All kidding aside, check with craft stores, fabric stores or yarn shops in Norman, Oklahoma (maybe even Oklahoma City). A lot of the stores and shops in the hometowns of Big XII schools cater to the school's fans and try to stock University logo related merchandise. If an employee simply says "No, we don't have that," ask to talk to a manager who could possibly be alerted to a customer request and look for such a pattern through their individual suppliers.

Congrats to the Sooners for the Fiesta Bowl Game win and good luck finding the afghan pattern you are seeking.

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February 14, 20110 found this helpful
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Hi. I was also trying to find a pattern for an OU afghan to no avail so I went to the OU site and copied a picture of the OU logo and saved it to my pictures. Then I went to a free site for making a graph. Using this I figured using an H crochet hook each 4 stitches equaled 1 inch, using triple crochet each stitch was 1 inch.

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So you can make the afghan following the graph pattern. I am working on it at this time. If you need any further suggestions please feel free to contact me at wiley.m@cox.net

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October 21, 20100 found this helpful

I would like to have a crochet table cloth pattern that I can crochet myself. Thank you.

Hazel

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October 28, 20100 found this helpful
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You will no doubt get a lot of information from your request. I have an idea you can either use or if you really want to do that much work, go for it! If you want the same effect however, please keep this in mind. You can either go to the dollar tree and get the same style of doilies for 2/1.00 and tie them together with pretty ribbon or crochet them together just a few stitches.

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Or, you can do the same thing with thrift shop doilies, which means you can have different styles and colors, giving your table a unique and much faster point of interest. If you do either one, why not show us?

Good luck!

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April 26, 20110 found this helpful
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Go to allfreecrochet.com and look on your left hand side scroll down for patterns. You will have to sign up for the site to down load. Hope this helps.

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February 26, 2011

I would like a very easy crochet pattern for a small dog sweater. Remember, I need a very easy one.

By carol from Goose Creek, SC

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February 26, 20110 found this helpful
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I have these websites saved in my Bookmarks as Crafts and have a special folder named Crocheting & Knitting. The first website has lots of pet items to crochet, and the send website is an easy crochet pattern. If this pattern isn't to your liking pick another one from their long list.

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http://www.croc  ry/pet_items.php
http://www.croc  m/dogsweater.htm

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January 24, 2008

I am looking for a crochet pattern for the Confederate flag. I would like to see if anyone has one in the granny square pattern stitch.

Kim from Summersville, WV

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January 28, 20080 found this helpful

I used:
Crochet hook G
Worsted weight yarn: Burgundy 1000 grams, Navy 500 grams, White 300 grams (Red Heart Comfort Yarn, sold in 454 gram balls, I used two plus a bit of the burgundy/wine/dark red, one 454 gram ball of dark blue/navy, and two 200 gram balls of white, with left over yarn. I also found that the use of "bobbins" or some other method of working with multiple colour changes useful)

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Stitches used: Chain, Single Crochet, and Double Crochet

Chain 205 with burgundy
Row 1: single crochet burgundy in second ch from hook and in each chain after - 204sts. Chain 3, turn (Do not count chain 3 turn as a stitch in the row: each row must consist of 204 double crochet stitches, plus the chain 3) Remainder of afghan worked in double crochet, until very last row.
Row 2: starting in last sc of row, With Navy, dc in each sc for 24 sts, change to white, dc in next 3 sc, change to burgundy, dc in next 150, white 3, navy 24, chain 3,Turn (burgundy will be abbreviated "R" from here, Navy as "N", and White as "W". Therefore: R3, N4 would be use burgundy for 3 dc, and Navy for 4 dc, for example.)
Row 3: Starting in last dc of row 2, with N26, W3, R146, W3, N 26, ch 3, turn
Row 4: start in last dc of row 3, N28, W3, R142, W3, N28, ch 3, turn (start each row in last dc of row before, and end each with a ch 3-turn)
Row 5: N10, W4, N10, W4, N2, W3, R138, W3, N2, W4, N10, W4, N10
Row 6:N10, W6, N6, W6, N4, W3, R134, W3, N4, W6, N6, W6, N10
Row 7: N12, W6, N2, W6, N8, W3, R130, W3, N8, W6, N2, W6, N12
Row 8: N14, W10, N12, W3, R126, W3, N12, W10, N14
Row 9: N14, W10, N14, W3, R122, W3, N14, W10, N14, W to chain 3
Row 10: W3, N11, W10, N16, W3, R118, W3, N16, W10, N11, W3, R to chain 3
Row 11: R1, W3, N8, W14, N16, W3, R114, W3, N16, W14, N8, W3, R1 (Pattern should be evident by now, please remember and forgive me if the numbers don't seem to add up, I have recounted and recounted, somehow the afghan works though the numbers don't.)
Row 12: R3, W3, N4, W18, N16, W3, R110, W3, N16, W18, N4, W3, R3
Row 13: R5, W3, N8, W6, N24, W3, R106, W3, N24, W6, N8, W3, R5
Row 14: R7, W3, N8, W2, N28, W3, R102, W3, N28, W2, N8, W3, R7
Row 15: R9, W3, N6, W2, N30, W3, R98, W3, N30, W2, N6, W3, R9
Row 16: R11, W3, N38, W3, R94, W3, N38, W3, R11
Row 17: R13, W3, N38, W3, R90, W3, N38, W3, R13
Row 18: R15, W3, N38, W3, R86, W3, N38, W3, R15
Row 19: R17, W3, N18, W4, N10, W4, N2, W3, R82, W3, N2, W4, N10, W4, N18, W3, R17
Row 20: R19, W3, N16, W6, N6, W6, N4, W3, R78, W3, N4, W6, N6, W6, N16, W3, R19
Row 21: R21, W3, N16, W6, N2, W6, N8, W3, R74, W3, N8, W6, N2, W6, N16, W3, R21
Row 22: R23, W3, N16, W10, N12, W3, R70, W3, N12, W10, N16, W3, R23
Row 23: R25, W3, N14, W10, N14, W3, R66, W3, N14, W10, N14, W3, R25
Row 24: R27, W3, N12, W10, N16, W3, R62, W3, N16, W10, N12, W3, R27
Row 25: R29, W3, N8, W14, N16, W3, R58, W3, N16, W14, N8,W3, R29
Row 26: R31, W3, N4, W18, N16, W3, R54, W3, N16, W18, N4, W3, R31
Row 27: R33, W3, N8, W6, N24, W3, R50, W3, N24, W6, N8, W3, R33
Row 28: R35, W3, N8, W2, N28, W3, R46, W3, N28, W2, N8, W3, R35
Row 29: R37, W3, N6, W2, N30, W3, R42, W3, N30, W2, N6, W3, R37
Row 30: R39, W3, N38, W3, R38, W3, N38, W3, R39
Row 31: R41, W3, N38, W3, R34, W3, N38, W3, R41
Row 32: R43, W3, N38, W3, R30, W3, N38, W3, R43
Row 33: R45, W3, N18, W4, N10, W4, N2, W3, R26, W3, N2, W4, N10, W4, N18, W3, R45
Row 34: R47, W3, N16, W6, N6, W6, N4, W3, R22, W3, N4, W6, N6, W6, N16, W3, R47
Row 35: R49, W3, N16, W6, N2, W6, N8, W3, R18, W3,N8, W6, N2, W6, N16, W3, R49
Row 36: R51, W3, N16, W10, N12, W3, R14, W3, N12, W10, N16, W3, R51
Row 37: R53, W3, N14, W10, N14, W3, R10, W3, N14, W10, N14, W3, R53
Row 38: R55, W3, N12, W10, N16, W3, R6, W3, N16, W10, N12, W3, R55
Row 39: R57, W3, N8, W14, N16, W3, R2, W3, N16, W14, N8, W3, R57
Row 40: R59, W3, N4, W18, N16, W4, N16, W18, N4, W3, R59
Row 41: R61, W3, N8, W6, N23, W2, N23, W6, N8, W3, R61
Row 42: R63, W3, N8, W2, N52, W2, N8, W3, R63
Row 43: R65, W3, N6, W2, N52, W2, N6, W3, R65
Row 44: R67, W3, N64, W3, R67
Row 45: R69, W3, N60, W3, R69
Row 46: R71, W3, N56, W3, R71
Row 47: R73, W3, N17, W4, N10, W4, N17, W3, R73
Row 48: R75, W3, N15, W6, N6, W6, N15, W3, R75
Row 49: R77, W3, N15, W6, N2, W6, N15, W3, R77
Row 50: R79, W3, N15, W10, N15, W3, R79
Row 51: R81, W3, N13, W10, N13, W3, R81
Row 52: R83, W3, N11, W10, N11, W3, R83
Row 53: R81, W3, N11, W14, N11, W3, R81
Row 54: R79, W3, N11, W18, N11, W3, R79
Row 55: R77, W3, N19, W6, N19, W3, R77
Row 56: R75, W3, N23,W2, N23, W3, R75
Row 57: R73, W3, N25,W2, N25, W3, R73
Row 58: R71, W3, N56, W3, R71
Row 59: R69, W3, N60, W3, R69
Row 60: R67, W3, N64, W3, R67
Row 61: R65, W3, N2, W4, N10, W4, N28, W4, N10, W4, N2, W3, R65
Row 62: R63, W3, N4, W6, N6, W6, N28, W6, N6, W6, N4, W3, R63
Row 63: R61, W3, N8, W6, N2, W6, N15, W2, N15, W6, N2, W6, N8, W3, R61
Row 64: R59, W3, N12, W10, N16, W4, N16, W10, N12, W3, R59
Row 65: R57, W3, N14, W10, N14, W3, R2, W3, N14, W10, N14, W3, R57
Row 66: R55, W3, N16, W10, N12, W3, R6, W3, N12, W10, N16, W3, R55
Row 67: R53, W3, N16, W14, N8, W3, R10, W3, N8, W14, N16, W3, R53
Row 68: R51, W3, N16, W18, N4, W3, R14, W3, N4, W18, N16, W3, R51
Row 69: R49, W3, N24, W6, N8, W3, R18, W3, N8, W6, N24, W3, R49
Row 70: R47, W3, N28, W2, N8, W3, R22, W3, N8, W2, N28, W3, R47
Row 71: R45, W3, N30, W2, N6, W3, R26, W3, N6, W2, N30, W3, R45
Row 72: R43, W3, N38, W3, R30 W3, N38, W3, R43
Row 73: R41, W3, N38, W3, R34 W3, N38, W3, R41
Row 74: R39, W3, N38, W3, R38, W3, N38, W3, R39
Row 75: R37, W3, N2, W4, N10, W4, N18, W3, R42, W3, N18, W4, N10, W4, N2, W3, R37
Row 76: R35, W3, N4, W6, N6, W6, N16, W3, R46, W3, N16, W6, N6, W6, N4, W3, R35
Row 77: R33, W3, N8, W6, N2, W6, N16, W3, R50, W3, N16, W6, N2, W6, N8, W3, R33
Row 78: R31, W3, N12, W10, N16, W3, R54, W3, N16, W10, N12, W3, R31
Row 79: R29, W3, N14, W10, N14, W3, R58, W3, N14, W10, N14, W3, R29
Row 80: R27, W3, N16, W10, N12, W3, R62, W3, N12, W10, N16, W3, R27
Row 81: R25, W3, N16, W14, N8, W3, R66, W3, N8, W14, N16, W3, R25
Row 82: R23, W3, N16, W18, N4, W3, R70, W3, N4, W18, N16, W3, R23
Row 83: R21, W3, N24, W6, N8, W3, R74, W3, N8, W6, N24, W3, R21
Row 84: R19, W3, N28, W2, N8, W3, R78, W3, N8, W2, N28, W3, R19
Row 85: R17, W3, N30, W2, N6, W3, R82, W3, N6, W2, N30, W3, R17
Row 86: R15, W3, N38, W3, R86, W3, N38 W3, R15
Row 87: R13, W3, N38, W3, R90, W3, N38 W3, R13
Row 88: R11, W3, N38, W3, R94, W3, N38, W3, R11
Row 89: R9, W3, N2, W4, N10, W4, N18, W3, R98, W3, N18, W4, N10, W4, N2, W3, R9
Row 90: R7, W3, N4, W6, N6, W6, N16, W3, R102, W3, N16, W6, N6, W6, N4, W3, R7
Row 91: R5, W3, N8, W6, N2, W6, N16, W3, R106, W3, N16, W6, N2, W6, N8, W3, R5
Row 92: R3, W3, N12, W10, N16, W3, R110, W3, N16, W10, N12, W3, R3
Row 93: R1, W3, N14, W10, N14, W3, R114, W3, N14, W10, N14, W3R1
Row 94: W3, N16, W10, N12, W3, R118, W3, N12, W10, N16, W3
Row 95: W1, N16, W14, N8, W3, R122, W3, N8, W14, N16, W1
Row 96: N14, W18, N4, W3, R126, W3, N4, W18, N14
Row 97: N20, W6, N8, W3, R130, W3, N8, W6, N20
Row 98: N22, W2, N8, W3, R134, W3, N8, W2, N22
Row 99: N22, W2, N6, W3, R138, W3, N6, W2, N22
Row 100: N28, W3, R142, W3, N28
Row 101: N26, W3, R146, W3, N26
Row 102: N24, W3, R150, W3, N24
Row 103: Using red, sc 204, finish off, weave in all loose ends.

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April 2, 2012

Does anyone know where I can find a free crochet pattern for a simple lady's cardigan? I've tried looking online, but they all seem complicated or with fussy frills or lace. I plan to make it for an 80 year old lady with arthritis who just needs to keep warm.
Thank you so much in advance.

By cettina from Malta, Europe

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November 7, 2008

Does anyone have a knitting or crocheting pattern for a man's peaked hat? I don't mean a baseball cap I mean what I might call a bargeman's hat with a peak. I have tried shops and the internet but patterns there tend to be for ladies and I need a man's pattern because my man has a large head!

Mary from UK

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By mklema92658 (Guest Post)
November 10, 20080 found this helpful

Try using the women's pattern with larger needles. Calculate for size.

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November 13, 20080 found this helpful

Wth free registration, all of the yarn companies have websites with free patterns. I can't remember if it was lionbrand.com or bernat.com but one of them had the pattern for a peaked 'watchcap', bargemans hat, toboggan, whatever it might be called :-) if you can't find it, let me know and I'll look again until I find it, but search all the yarn mfg's pages and most have free patterns for registration. Just opt out of any mass mailings they offer.

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November 17, 20091 found this helpful

I was looking for free crochet patterns for pineapple doilies. Does anyone have them?

Thank you

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February 26, 2009

I am requesting help finding a knit or crocheted bunny rabbit pattern. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Linda from Matamoras, PA

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February 17, 20150 found this helpful

I am looking for the Crochet World Magazine, December 2011. There is a Santa pillow pattern by Debra Arch. I can't afford to buy the magazine, but would like the pattern so much. Please help me. Thank you.

By Vicki

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October 6, 2008

I am looking for a winter time crochet afghan one piece project to do in front of the TV.

Karen from Tri Cities Washington

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By (Guest Post)
October 6, 20080 found this helpful

Hi! I found an awesome throw on the Michaels.com website. It is made from Bernat Soft Boucle yarns and works up very quickly. Check out the website as there are many crochet projects to choose from.

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October 13, 20050 found this helpful

Hi,

I'm a weird person... Has anyone seen the "Glade" commercial with the Crochet Lady. She's making little covers for her smelly cones... the old air fresheners. She's making a Christmas tree and at the end she tells them next time she'll be showing them how to make this cute little bunny cover! Its hilarious for me, a crocheter! So my question is as a joke, does anyone know were I could get a pattern for a cute little bunny or even the tree? I have a knitting and crocheting group in my home and thought it would give us all a good laugh!

Thanks for your time.

Brandy from East, SD

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October 13, 20050 found this helpful

I guess I am weird too. I love that commercial. Especially her bunny face at the end. I always giggle when I see it.
dazyclover Tenino, WA

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By sfrench1124 (Guest Post)
October 15, 20050 found this helpful

http://www.croc  treeairfresh.htm That is the tree...or A tree, maybe not the one she does.
I wasn't too fond of the commercial, since I crochet and kinda took offense at the way they portrayed the lady. At any rate, lol.... I know of a lot patterns, and find them by using search engine and putting in free crochet pattern ________?_______ of whatever I am looking for. Also, joining an online group (yahoo or msn) that is just for crocheting (and or knitting) gives you access to others. I am a Happy Hooker in an MSN group that consist of the most wonderful group of "hookers" in the crocheting craft.
:)

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By Katherine (Guest Post)
February 1, 20060 found this helpful

I was just reading through all the interesting comments about the crochet commericial. I actually work for Dial and if someone has an interesting crochet idea for the Renuzit Adjustables, I can ask to have the directions posted on renuzit.com to share with other crafters. I think they have quite a few craft ideas on their website but no crochet stuff. Happy to do it!

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September 15, 2008

Does anyone know where I can get a free crochet pattern for a chess board and men?

Kathy from Orlando, FL

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September 10, 2008

I am looking for crocheted bed doll patterns. I hope someone can help.

Laurie from Portland, OR

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March 14, 2007

Does anyone have a pattern for a sleeveless cotton crochet top for summer that is not a halter neck nor too revealing? Not a jacket please, some sort of sleeveless t-shirty top would be fine. The easier to make, the better!

Many thanks.
Cettina from Malta, Europe

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March 18, 20070 found this helpful

Try Joann.com. They have some very nice free patterns to knit, crochet, etc.

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June 30, 2006

I am crafting for people in hospice/nursing homes. I find a need for crocheted and knitted capelets (that have no sleeves and can be fastened with one button). They are for terminal patients whose shoulders are always cold and who cannot be put into a sweater. I have a couple of patterns (from Internet), but would like more.

CayC from Green Cove Springs, FL

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August 19, 20060 found this helpful

Hi, I don't have any patterns. But---May God Bless You!! You're such a sweetie, to be doing this. After seeing my brother in law die with cancer, a few months ago. He was always cold, these items you're making are soooo needed. This world should could use more compassionate people like you!

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By Rita Norman (Guest Post)
October 22, 20060 found this helpful

I'm also crocheting for nursing home clients. I crochet mostly afgans. I would also like to crochet caplets. I need patterns. If you have any please e-mail them to me at orcacrafts @ mchsi.com please in the subject line caplet pattern as i do deleate any mails sent to me that I do not recognize to prevent spam and virus

Thank You and the eldrly thank you
Rita

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