Crochet Winter in July Round Up
Crochet Winter in July Round Up
Crochet Winter in July Round Up

Crochet and Knit Winter in July

Many free patterns go under the radar on Yarnspirations because they make so many free knit and crochet ideas to share with us. These are 77 ideas for you to have.

I couldn’t help but notice things of the past but so many new patterns that I hadn’t seen before. There are a couple of fair-aisle concepts that I hadn’t seen before in the hat and scarf categories of this round-up.

You must check out the Crochet Fair Isle Hat. I want to try that as I think it would be a lovely hat, even for me.

More Patterns

  1. Crochet Puff Stitch Round Pillow
  2. Crochet C2C Moose Square
  3. Crochet Diagonal Blocks Blanket
  4. Crochet Ocean Waves Pattern
  5. Crochet C2C Tree Square
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11 thoughts on “77 Crochet and Knit Winter In July Round-Up

  1. I’d love to see a tutorial for the fair isle hat, scarf and mittens. I love that pattern and I haven’t ever done the split stitch. Looks fun!

  2. I’ve never tried Fair Isle and I’ve been intimidated by trying to make clothing (other than hats & scarves).

  3. I love the Fair Isle set and would think it would be easier with a tutorial. Also a nice crochet sweater would be great

  4. I too would love a simple crochet sweater. I didn’t find one in the list of patterns. Would be nice to use a bit of mosaic in it.

  5. So many: fair isle crochet set, Santa pillows, Red heart Austrian sleigh robe, red heart Christmas star throw

  6. I’d love to see a simple crochet sweater: a pullover or cardigan w/video tutorials. I’ve never made one & would love to conquer my fears & nerves! Thanks for all you do!

  7. I really like the Fair Isle hat. It’s cute. I also very much like the tree skirt. One thing I’d love a pattern and tutorial on, though, is a crochet sweater. All the sweaters there are knit and I’m still convinced knitting is some sort of sorcery only known to the very brightest and most talented magic wielders.

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