11 Crochet Projects Celebrating Canada

11 Crochet Projects Celebrating Canada

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Canadian Flag Crochet Dishcloth

Canadian Flag Crochet Dishcloth

11 Crochet Projects Celebrating Canadian Pride (+2 Knitting Patterns to try)

Canada Day is around the corner, and it’s time to hook up your pride in our true north, strong and free. The warmer weather is perfect for smaller, portable home decor projects, or to learn new techniques. These are 11 of our favourite free patterns celebrating Canada (+2 patterns for northern knitters).

Crochet Canadian Flags:

  1. Crochet Canadian Maple Leaf Flag Dishcloth – from our collection of patterns (see pic)
  2. Crochet Canadian Flag – full-sized flag pattern

Decorate your home:

  1. Eh! crochet Canadian Pillow– Mikey teaches you tapestry Crochet Techniques (see pic, and the tutorial, below)
  2. Maple Leaf Banner
  3. Crochet Maple Leaf pattern & video

    Crochet Canadian EH! Pillow

    Crochet Canadian EH! Pillow

  4. Maple Leaf Scrubby
  5. Maple Leaf Crochet Chart

Stay cozy at the beach, bonfire, or ice rink:

  1. Crochet Maple Leaf Earflap Hat– child sizes small, medium, large
  2. Knit Patriot Stripes Hat – adult size, designed with basic knit stitches
  3. Canada Knit Toque and Mitts – in five sizes from kids to adults, with maple leaf colorwork
Canadian Maple Leaf Banner

Canadian Maple Leaf Banner

Invite wildlife to your Canada Day with these playful amigurumi ideas:

  1. Large Crochet Moose Free Pattern
  2. Crochet Beaver

 

 

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The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.