BIG List of Free Crochet Pattern Blogs & Websites


Hi my friends!

One of the great joys of blogging has been meeting lovely people including readers and other bloggers in the yarn world.  I can truly say that I’ve made friends over the internet (not in a creepy way).  He he!

There is an unending supply of inspiration here in internet land. It’s full of talented artists sharing their projects, patterns and knowledge about crochet and knitting.  Today I want to share several sites that have free crochet patterns so that you will never be without a project again. What I find to be really cool is how evident it is that there are so many different styles and project options out there.  One blogger might like to make crocheted blanket patterns, while the next makes baby items or even puppy clothes! Y’all know that you can always find my free crochet patterns and free knitting patterns here on my blog , or head to one of these other sites to find even more yarn merriment! Today’s blog post focuses on crochet blogs although there are lovely knitting blogs in internetlandia as well. If you have a blog with free patterns (knit or crochet), please feel free to leave your link in the comments section. If I missed one, let me know! Let’s make this list even more gigantic in the comments section. 🙂

How about we start off with with websites that have free patterns for your hot little hands?  These are some biggies. 🙂

Free Crochet Pattern Websites

Some of these require you to sign up for full access, and it’s been totally worth it for me.

Ravelry – chock full of patterns! You can even search by yarn, project type and more!

Lion Brand Yarn – some of my first projects were made with patterns available on Lion Brand. The yarn’s easy to come by and they have a lot of easy patterns.

All Free Crochet – this is a massive database of projects and patterns.  It’s not as easy to search out specifics like you can in Ravelry, but it’s a good one to browse and see what you might like to make.

Yarn Company Websites – Check out just about any yarn company online and you will surely find free patterns on many of them! Here’s one:

YouTube – while it’s not a free pattern site, it’s an amazing resource to search for tutorials on how to make a variety of stitches and projects!

Free Crochet Pattern Blogs

Moogly Seriously, how cute is this crocheted top?!

All About Ami  This incredible cabled crochet blanket. Wha?!!! Nuff said.

Make & Do Crew  You’ve seen these all over the internet because they’re awesome.

Sewrella We’ve all made things for baby, and this set is a go-to.

One Dog Woof A crocheted WHALE. Adorbs!

Mama In A Stitch  (Me!) Has a thing for easy things (like this Topcho)! Love her afghans!

And more….check out all of these blogs full of free patterns, each with their own style and specialties!  You will never be without a project or inspiration again!




Cookie, the Amigurumi Girl Free Pattern

Simple Things Crochet Site/Blog

Thank you to all of these lovely bloggers for sharing their links and free crochet patterns with us here! And don’t forget to add your blog or website in the comments if I missed ya.  There are so many blogs out there that it’s hard to ensure that I didn’t forget anyone!

Do you have a favorite site that you like to go to for free crochet patterns?



BIG List of Free Crochet Pattern Blogs & Websites

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  1. Hi Jessica,
    Thank you so very much for putting this list together – that had to take a lot of time. I am aware of some of these web sites but there are many I haven’t seen and can’t wait to check them out. I love all of your patterns and appreciate your generosity in sharing them with us, your followers. Seriously have my eye on the V-mesh poncho because it really appeals to the hippie in me. And I want to make about 25 farm house wash cloths and use them for personal, household, and everything else in the cleaning universe. Now all I need is more time so I can make them all 🙂 You and your blog are just beautiful and I always look forward to receiving your newsletters – thanks again!

    1. Once you make your own cotton washcloths and dishclothes you will NEVER buy or use another store bought one again. I was hesitate on trying them but I’m glad I did. I don’t even make full ones for myself. Who needs a huge dish cloth? Just takes up more soap that you will just rinse down the sink anyhow. I make mine about 4″ x 6″. They wash really well with your regular clothes. I wash and dry mine by machine. Figure of they eventually fall apart ill just make new ones.

  2. Oh, no! You’re such an enabler!
    Now, how am I supposed to get the house clean? I am busy looking at more patterns, and planning projects.

  3. Thank you so much, i’ve just spent the most enjoyable afternoon browsing all the new(to me) crochet sites you listed. XXX

  4. I would love to get my blog added to your delightful list. After a sabbatical, I am back to designing in full swing. Thank you for sharing this list, you are so generous.

  5. Hiya,
    You have captured most of my favourites, but I don’t see OneDogWoof, I have made a couple of her designs and particularly love the Diamond Kimono. Would be great if you could list my blog too, but wil understand if I don’t have enough content just yet

    1. I’ve added you Sarah! And I’ve got 1DogWoof up there with her whale. 🙂 Have a great weekend!

  6. Great list! I have learned a lot from many of these creators over the years! I hope you don’t mind if I share my website. 🙂 I am new to the crochet blogging community, but have been creating patterns for several years. 🙂

  7. Thank u for the list of free patterns. Now is there a list of sites where we can buy yarn at wholesale or at a very cheap price??? I buy my yarns at Joanns or at Michaels using coupons. Hope u have a list for this

  8. I’m a very big fan of crochet and I’ve been making some baby stuffs based on those non slip accessories from and its been good so far.

  9. Thank you for the wonderful list of resources. Ian happy to say that I frequently refer to several. I am a relatively new crochet and knitting blogger, but am building up my readership with my interesting photos of my own handmade pieces and quality themed content. Please check me out at

  10. I love the list you have made! I just started a crochet blog however instead of focusing on yarn, I am focusing on wire so it is mostly jewelry. They are all really fun and you get to use your crochet skills for making jewelry! I am trying to give it a community feel where you can add your own patterns. This is the link ~

  11. This is a great post. I am looking for bloggers to collab with and do guest post, ect. And this list is a perfect starting point! I have a new free crochet pattern blog and would love to be added to the list.

  12. Not my blog but is amazing she does lives on Facebook every thursday

  13. Hi Jessica, thank you for the list. I’d suggest you to make it and the knitting blogs/sites list easily searchable. I knew that you had collected those resources but it was difficult to find them.
    I’d like you to add the following colorful resources to the list: from Sweden and from the Czech republic.
    I love your patterns and the blog. You are a very talented designer of crochet patterns. You are one of the foremost artists who make the old tired craft new again.
    Best regards from Stockholm, Sweden

  14. Oh and one more suggestion to be put on the list: Lots of free patterns and tutorials.

  15. Simply wonderful!
    You guys could also check out YourCrochet.
    It has one of the best free crochet patterns.
    The site has a huge variety of patterns to check out.

  16. Awesome Article!
    Your Crochet has a great collection as well.
    It has great free crochet patterns on its website along with tutorial videos for beginners.

  17. Hi Jessica! What a fantastic list you’ve put together! I know this is an older post, but I was hoping maybe you could add my blog to your list. I would really appreciate it!
    I can’t wait to check out some of these designers that I haven’t seen yet. Thank you for the list and have a wonderful day! Erica

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