Free Crochet Patterns & Crochet Tutorials

Free Crochet Patterns & Crochet Tutorials

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Free Crochet Patterns

The following list is in alphabetical order by Category of where the patterns can be found. For items where the picture doesn’t match the category, it means there are patterns inside the category that have a mix of projects. Dog Coats in the above picture is from our 7 Dog Coats Crochet Patterns Collection.

  • If you find a broken link within an article. Please leave us a comment in the article where the broken link is. Thanks.

The Crochet Crowd Original Patterns

Click the designer names to see their patterns.

Baby Crochet Patterns

  1. Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns
  2. Crochet Baby Dress Patterns
  3. Crochet Baby Hat Patterns
  4. Crochet Baby Sweater Patterns

Home Decor Projects

  1. Crochet Assorted Home Decor Patterns
  2. Crochet Blanket Patterns
  3. Crochet Corner to Corner (C2C) Patterns

Wearables Crochet Patterns

  1. Crochet Clothing Patterns
  2. Crochet Cowls
  3. Crochet Hat Patterns
  4. Crochet Headband Patterns
  5. Crochet Mitten Patterns
  6. Crochet Scarf Patterns
  7. Crochet Shawl Patterns
  8. Crochet Slipper Patterns
  9. Crochet Sock Patterns

Crochet Assorted Patterns

  1. Crochet Amigurumi Patterns
  2. Crochet Bag Patterns
  3. Crochet Charity Patterns
  4. Crochet Entrelac Patterns
  5. Crochet Pet Patterns
  6. Crochet Holiday Patterns
  7. Crochet Snuggle Sack Patterns
  8. Crochet Stitch Along Patterns
  9. Crochet Tunisian Patterns
  10. Crochet Video Tutorials

Projects Sorted by Colours

This area is under construction and will be building up over time.


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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, is the creator of The Crochet Crowd. From Nova Scotia, Canada. He is informal and teaches on YouTube to expand the global crocheters' knowledge of ideas and stitches.

Started unofficially in 2008 and transitioned into a full-time job in 2011. He is a stitch ambassador for Yarnspirations in teaching crochet. Most of the patterns he develops are free for you to enjoy.

256 thoughts on “Free Crochet Patterns & Crochet Tutorials”

  1. Loretta May says:

    I would very much like to join The Crochet Crowd. I have been crocheting since the early 1960’s. I first learned in Home Ec. class.
    With working a full-time job and raising my children, I didn’t have much time to do me favorite hobby, crocheting.
    I’m a little rusty and not up to all the new stitches. Now that I’m retired I have the time, and want to start some new projects.
    Loretta May

  2. Lili Misztal says:

    Hi Mikey,

    I was watching you make a pullover the other day on my cellphone while in bed just before falling asleep but unfortunately I did not bookmark it. It is the one by Yarn Inspirations that you can make any size by simply adjusting the number of stitches… you were using a cheat sheet to show how to make the front V… I believe the color of the pullover was blue, using the stitch of 1DC, 1SC and then the next row you would do the opposite. I tried to look up that pattern on Yarn Inspiration but couldn’t find it. I very much want to make it for my great-nephew for his upcoming birthday.

    1. Mikey says:

      The only thing I can think of is the Boy’s Vest. But that’s not a pullover. I cannot think of a pullover with that stitch combination. This could be it. The video tutorial sample is blue so it could be it. https://thecrochetcrowd.com/crochet-toddler-10-years-vest-tutorial/

  3. Carla says:

    Hi Mikey ~
    Could you please tell me what stitch the gray blanket is in your pictures, with the colored dots on it. And is there a video for it? I am a beginner and the follow along videos help me alot. I love your work.

    1. Mikey says:

      I think you are speaking about this blanket. https://thecrochetcrowd.com/crochet-pin-point-granny-afghan-tutorial/. There is a tutorial for it as well. Both right and left handed versions. Just follow the link.

      Hopfully this is the one you are speaking about. I’m really not sure which pictures you have seen to know for sure.

      Michael

      1. Mary E Seifert says:

        Clicking on photo for Little Boy Blue 2 blanket does not work.

      2. Jeanne says:

        Thanks so much for letting us know. Getting that updated now.

  4. Brigitte says:

    Hi Mikey, I went to this page https://thecrochetcrowd.com/crochet-tunisian-project-gallery/ and there are not patterns listed and no place to leave a reply. So i’m going to say No Blue Button so you see this. I am going to try and help you identify the pages. THanks.

    1. Marina King says:

      the link you posted here is a project gallery, there wouldn’t be any patterns

  5. Jan says:

    Thank you for your hard work!

    Would you be able to explain how to convert your mosaic method ( 2 rows) into the one row – cut at the end of each row- method?
    I want to do the Nordic Stripes and the Joann CAL but I can only do the one row method.
    Thanks in advance!

    1. Mikey says:

      I don’t understand your question. Can you rephrase it. I don’t know what is meant by 2 rows into 1 row.

      1. MC says:

        This page explains the difference. https://www.rosinaplane.com/mosaiccrochet

        Overlay == one row of each color. If you’re working in rows, that means cutting yarn at the end of each row. If you’re working in the round, no cutting needed.

        Inset == two rows of each color. You stitch across, then back, returning to the starting edge of the work and carrying unused yarn up the side.

      2. Jane Leavey says:

        I need the tutorial on how to Crochet the Sugar’n Cream Spring Dahlia Dishcloth Jane thank you

    2. Sara Will-White says:

      Watch the video for the Nordic Stripes blanket it’s well explained and easy to follow along. I’ve never done a mosaic pattern before and my blanket is turning out awesomely thanks to Michael’s video

    3. Sara Will-White says:

      Watch the video for the Nordic Stripes blanket it’s well explained and easy to follow along. I’ve never done a mosaic pattern before and my blanket is turning out awesomely thanks to Mikey’s video

    4. Salomie Stevenson says:

      Hi my name is Salomie Stevenson and I’m looking for a crocheted hooded dinosaurs blanket pattern to make for my grandson? Please can you help me?
      Thank you so much

      1. Mikey says:

        Morning.. We don’t have anything like that in our collection. You may want to check Ravelry or ETSY for designs.

  6. Tina says:

    Hi there! I came across the tartan plaid blanket tutorial on your YouTube site (published June 24, 2011) and was wondering if there was a written pattern anywhere for it? I’d love to try it but I like having something to read along with and I couldn’t find it on here. Thank you!

    1. Marina King says:

      No we don’t have a written pattern for the blanket, I found a scarf pattern with as close as I could find style, if you would like to try that, just simply increase the chains for a blanket.
      https://www.yarnspirations.com/ca-en/red-heart-gray-shades-tartan-scarf/RHC0125-027573M.html#q=tartan&includeContent=true&start=2
      https://www.yarnspirations.com/ca-en/search?q=tartan&includeContent=true

    2. Heather McLean says:

      Where can I find Mikey’s original learn how to crochet videos? They were so helpful for me when I first started out 6 or 7 years ago. He taught me how to hold my hook and the yarn and how to do each stitch. My daughter and some friends of mine are wanting to learn how to chrochet, and these videos are such amazing resources, but I can’t seem to find them anywhere now! Please help!

      1. Marina King says:

        all his video’s are in youtube, just type in “the crochet crowd” and whatever it is you are looking for, ex. “the crochet crowd beginner tutorials” if he has a video for it, it will come up

      2. Sadie Miller says:

        Can’t find printed pattern for Tunisian cowl collar

      3. Mikey says:

        Sadie, can you comment on the actual blog article. I cannot see to locate which pattern are you are looking for. I did search but we have several Tunisian cowls. I just don’t know which one.

  7. debbie schmotzer says:

    i was wondering if there is a “mini me” pattern for the flora afghan.
    i would like to make a small one and hang it on my living room wall.

    1. Mikey says:

      I used at 2.5 mm hook and Patons Grace. I have it hanging in my office. The squares are about 7″ square.

  8. Donna Bourne says:

    Are there written instructions for Sheldon’s blanket

  9. Becky Zellner says:

    The bernat stash blanket on ravelry.com has a broken link to the pattern. Not sure how to post there about it. I have posted in a few YouTube videos that also have broken links. My thoughts and prayers go out to your hard working crew hopefully when you get all the bugs worked out it will be smooth sailing and everyone can take a well deserved vacation.

    1. Mikey says:

      Thanks. I will check further.

      1. Wilma says:

        I’ve always enjoyed your site. Used to get your postings. When I got a new computer, I didn’t get them anymore. How do I get back on your list to receive your email postings

      2. Mikey says:

        Morning Wilma. We are no longer doing newsletters. We are relying on social updating to Facebook and Twitter these days.

  10. Helga says:

    I am from South Africa and we dont have a lot of people that likes to share crochet patterns with other people most of them you have to buy.
    I am looking for a diagram crochet pattern for crochet socks for adults.
    All of them are written and i battel reading and crocheting the patterns with a diagram so much easier.
    If anybody knows of somebody that would like to share that with me i will highly apreciate it.
    Thanks
    love the crochet patterns and video’s awsome stuff.

  11. Meeaad Aidam says:

    Hello,

    I am looking for someone who’s welling to supply us their crochet work and well to do some special requirement of our client … do you know someone…?

    we might need him to come her to Dubai to give some class as well

    thanks,

    1. I really don’t know of anyone that can do that. For myself, I don’t give out my artwork. I have done sculptures but the time investment is substantial. I don’t know of anyone that would travel to teach like that.

      We do run Crochet Cruises in teaching on the cruise ships but we have not ventured outside of North America for that. We are scheduled for Australia, New Zealand and Fiji for 2021. It’s a long time away but we’ve not go to Europe or Dabai for crochet purposes. Just to Europe for vacations.

      Michael

  12. Nancy Taylor says:

    I make my grandchildren Christmas hats each year and would like to make the girls the crocheted Twisted Peppermint hat with a wide ruffle. The pattern is the one where you crochet a parallelogram and then join the edges to make the twisted look. I have made this hat but do not know how to add the ruffled edge. I have googled it, looked for it on Ravelry and Pinterest and have not been able to find a pattern, only a picture. I tried to add the picture to this message but was unsuccessful. Do you have or know where I might find this pattern?

  13. Sabrina Hopper says:

    Hi! I was wondering if there is anything called an crocheter’s block????? Do you ever take pattern suggestions??? Please say YES!!! I am looking for an ponytail hat with the hole in the back with an adjustable brim with button closure? I need at least 22″ around and then whatever to make the button closure. I have tried to mix and match patterns but it’s just not working and their yarn is bulky and I am using I Love This Yarn, 4 medium 7 oz. I have tried changing my hook size also, I just can’t get it and I know if anyone can make me a pattern it would be Mikey!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. Shirley Jackson says:

    is there a correct name for the s shape form that you can crochet on, I bought this a listowel,on a few years back

  15. Kathy James says:

    I was wondering if it is possible that you put in a way to list the free patterns by newest additions seen first, or oldest seen first?

    1. The list of free patterns by category default to newest is shown first. You can alternatively sort by Most Popular and name of project.

  16. Laura Negaard says:

    I just want to thank you for organizing by yarn brand/type! That is the most wonderfully helpful thing I think I’ve ever seen on a yarn/crocheting website! I have wished for exactly that so many times when looking through my yarn stash and wondering what to make with a particular yarn. TCC is the best and is always my first stop when looking for help or a new pattern!

  17. Is there a written pattern for the C2C X 4 square afghan?

    1. Yes, it’s here on the website. 😀

      1. Leeanna Magerovich says:

        Hi Mikey I am looking for a written pattern for the virus blanket
        Help me please.

      2. Mikey says:

        We have a link for that on our website. Use our search engine and enter in Virus Shawl. Also, you can find the link on Ravelry.

  18. Looking under patterns and under the topic of Tunics and the page loads all weird. Unable to see any of the patterns. Tried on 2 different browsers. Thank you 🙂

    1. i’ll take a look later today.

  19. Joann Kelly says:

    I am looking for a tutorial on a pillow made withBernat home dec pebble beach varigated yarn which I did not get the pattern name I think it is called loop chain. I thought it was you who did the tutorial and it was excellent. I bought the yarn and now I can’t find the tutorial. I seen it around the New Year holiday

  20. Meredith Geffen says:

    The other day, a photo of a completed walker caddy was shared. I have tried searching for the pattern, but failed. If possible, could you please create a tutorial on how to make one? I would love to make one for my 93 year old neighbor. My neighbor fell down a few months ago and broke her leg. She spent a lot of time in rehab and is now back home. She is currently using a walker to help get around.

    1. Edwina White says:

      I think you will find that pattern on the Red Heart yarn website.

  21. Monique Kehrman says:

    Mikey, you truly are a hooker at heart. I am learning how to crochet without any problems. And I owe it all to your easy to follow videos. Thank you so much. The Crochet Crowd ROCKS!!!

  22. Your list of 31 fingerless gloves is not working.

  23. Trish Clay says:

    You guys are great I taught myself to Crochet using your YouTube videos. Hey from Australia

  24. Wow! I love, love, love the way you have this website organized!! It’s so easy to find what I am looking for & I love that everything is so neat & orderly! Beautiful job! I have been following The Crochet Crowd for awhile now but got busy & didn’t come on here for quite awhile. I saw a link on FB so I decided to check it out & I am so happy I did. You guys are amazing!! Sending big hugs!

    1. Thank you! Mikey and I put a lot of time into the reorganization to make it more user friendly for finding patterns. 🙂

      1. Jean Steele says:

        Thank you so much. This is great no searching around. I appreciate all the time it took you guys to put this together thank you again and happy new year

  25. Hello I was wondering if you knew any good patterns for a men’s hat? I haven’t been able to find a pattern. Thank you for in advance.

  26. I’d like some advice on creating covers for my car seats. I can’t find a pattern and I’ve only been crocheting a couple years.. So I’m not sure how to make them without a pattern. Thanks in advance!

  27. Bonnie says:

    HI,
    I am looking for the pattern shown under “Free Patterns” – “Tops”. It is the yellow one shown for the project gallery for Tops. When I click on the image, there are different tops there but I do not see the yellow one. Am I not seeing it if it is in a different color? I also checked tunics and vests.
    Thank you for your help.

      1. Bonnie says:

        Thank you!

    1. Logan Brown says:

      can you make a pair of yoga socks Mike?

  28. Sheila says:

    Looking for an instructional pattern for the Polish Star crochet afghan. I had a pattern but have misplaced it. I know how to weave it but not the steps to make it.

    Thank you

    1. Go to google.com and type in crochet polish star that should yield you some great results. – LJ

  29. Kerry Douglass says:

    Hey Mikey, I’m just doing the kerchief scarf and I was trying to follow the pattern on the back of the wool label, I got so confused and frogged it many times and still could not get it right, I’m hopeless at reading patterns even though I have been crocheting since I was around 12 yrs old, and thank god a nice lady from my crochet group reminded me of your videos, you are a godsend thank you ever so much, you explain and show us in such a way you make it look so much easier. Thanks again. Kerry from Australia.❤️

  30. alex says:

    Hi Mikey,
    You are doing a great job on the crochet, but do you also make tutorials of knitting a sweater with a v neck? How to knit a v neck?

    By the way I’m so happy with my Scandinavian snowflake afghan. Crochetgreetings from the Netherlands.

  31. Sharon Magee says:

    Hi Mikey. I was wondering if you have ever used Tivoli Float in any of your crochet patterns. If not , can you tell me what sort of yarn equivalent pattern I should look for ? Thanx ever so much and please keep up all your inspirational work.

  32. Cheryl says:

    Love your page – thank you, thank you thank you 🙂

  33. Faye says:

    Love the Site

  34. Rhea says:

    Thanks for such an extensive tutorial page! Helped me alot. I love crocheting!
    Sharing some cool crochet flower patterns I came across
    http://ideas4diy.com/amazing-diy-crochet-flowers/

  35. Laura Edwards says:

    I want to make an infant cocoon for twins. I see lots of single free patterns. However, I can’t seem to find free twin cocoon patterns. How would you alter or add to an existing pattern to make a cocoon for twins?

  36. Iris White says:

    I have an idea for a patterm,but I’m not a designer.How can I Send you the idea and let you see what you can do with it?

    1. You can email [email protected]ecrochetcrowd.com, but no promises that we can do anything with it.

  37. Shirley Kerr says:

    I just watched your video on PFDC for a Sampler Series Afghan. I have been looking for the directions for the entire afghan, but can not find the one that you used for the video. Could you tell me where I can find that pattern. I now know how to do the stitch for the first square and now want to make the sampler afghan. Please Help if you can!

  38. Jackie Tucker says:

    Hi Mikey,
    I am doing your chevron blanket with the bead stitch. I followed your short tutorial on the pattern and did fine. When I finish the first row of bead stitch and turn my work to start the row of sc I chain 1 and then do 2 sc in the same stitch. I then count my next 5 sc before doing the 3tog but for some reason I get six sc spaces before I get to my 3tog. What am I doing wrong. I tried reading your written pattern but I am not able. Would you have another tutorial that shows more rows of this style of pattern?

  39. Anona Tase says:

    Hello, I hope you create a men’s gallery and an autumn gallery.

  40. Lori Thompson says:

    Hello Mikey,
    Thank you so much for the video of the yellow scalloped top! I’ve been wanting to make it for awhile but I’ve never made a garment before and felt I needed some instruction. So I was excited to find your video! Now that I’ve started, I have a question. Is there some way to make it a medium on the bottom and small at the top? I want it to fit loose like the picture but the size small seems like it’s going to be tight around the torso. I’ve tried a size I and J hook and I’m getting gauge in the length and the width is just 3-4 stitches over, with both hooks. I’m using Caron Sayelle. It’s a lot like simply soft. Thank you!

    1. Jennifer Nolte says:

      I had trouble getting the right size. What I ended up doing was I made the front a size small and the back a size medium and it fits perfectly!

  41. Canadian Crafter says:

    Just wondering if you can do a video tutorial of this pattern? I’ve tried it a couple times, and just can’t quite figure it out! http://www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/LC2272.pdf

    Thanks!

    1. Mikey is sponsored by Yarnspirations and would not be able to film a tutorial for a pattern from another company. Sorry.

    2. Tina Moore says:

      I think there is a tutorial for this pattern on the all crafts channel.
      https://youtu.be/-n1rhYktQVc
      Hope it helps.

  42. Gayle Nering says:

    I have a question on the earthly tones octagonal throw. Jeanne did this with caron cakes. Since you don’t fasten off each round with the cakes yarn, would you just chain 1 to go up a row or sl st to st indicated?

  43. Dani says:

    Hello

    Has the lazy wave/ripple baby afghan pattern been updated? The only one i can find is for a 59 inch x 4 inch project.

    Thank you!

    1. Here is the link https://thecrochetcrowd.com/lazy-wave/ Scroll further down to see the sets of multiples,written pattern and tutorial. -lj

  44. Annie FAITICHE says:

    bonjour, impossible de me connecté sur le site qui a partagé les chaussons Cow-boys pour bébé, y-a-t-il une personne qui pourrait me les envoyés s’il vous plait .Merci merci merci Annie : [email protected]

  45. Lindielee says:

    Afghans and Blankets link here does not work on this page.
    https://thecrochetcrowd.com/color-afghan link on the youtube video does not work.
    Is there a pattern somewhere for this afghan, “in love with color”, that includes what the videos leaves out the how too of joining the blocks? Thank you

  46. Adele says:

    Every time I click on the patterns the page is all scrambled about

    1. Sheila Ludwick says:

      I’ve been trying to get someone who can explain the mistakes I found in certain patterns. Oh well, I can’t find a way to do that! Guess you don’t want to know about your mistakes!!!

  47. Charmayne Hampton says:

    Has anyone ever made a Boho Circle sleeveless Vest before? My boyfriends mom wants me to make her one and she sent me a pattern but I don’t know how to start it? Anyone have a video of them doing it or maybe translate the symbol pattern into actual worded directions? I can email someone the pattern if they are willing to help me! Thank you!!

  48. Susan A Haft says:

    I watch a video on using the c2c stitch but using it back and forth in rows and can’t find it now. Help please !!

    1. Hi Susan – The tutorial you are looking for is the Side Lean Stitch. https://thecrochetcrowd.com/side-lean-stitch/ ♥LJ

  49. Nancy Schmoll says:

    I found the tutorial for the Mermaid Tail using the crocadial stitch. Can you provide a link to the pattern if there is one. I would like to make it.

  50. Katie says:

    Is it all right to sell things I make from your patterns?

  51. tigereyes says:

    can we get an update on the hookers journal please??

    1. this was provided by a guest blogger. There is no updated version for this year provided to us. Sorry.

  52. angela says:

    How can I get the pattern for the afghan in the sampler series with fp dc and the fish scales.

  53. Karen Payton says:

    I am looking for a pattern that is for a Afghan my grandmother made for me. Is there a way to send a picture and have someone identify it? I would like to make one like it.
    Karen

    1. Sure, email it to [email protected] and we will do our best to help.

  54. Chris says:

    Mikey,
    What is the best way to join Tunisian panels?
    What techniques do you use when the colors are different?

    Thanks.

  55. Karen Netzband says:

    Did I see that you (or was it someone else?) had an alternate for the c2c which didn’t use up as much yarn?!?!?!?! I’ve gone back looking for it, and can’t find it anywhere!

  56. maureen cooper says:

    hi . i am looking for a free vw camper van pattern or a vw bug pillow pattern
    thank you

  57. laura jones says:

    I was wanting to know if I could sell the crafts I make from your patterns.
    I will not sell the patterns or mass produce the crafts just
    enough to help with my craft habits. Please email me and let me
    know by email.

    1. Alicia Madore says:

      Was curious about this also.

  58. antoinette says:

    Hi i like all you stuff, where can i get the diagrams? My daughter play with Barbie dolls,can you please give us patterns please. I am a beginner and look at all your videos it is so easy to follow.

    Thank you for what you do
    Antoinette

    1. I don’t have any patterns for Barbie Dolls. I know there are pattern books out there that have such things.

      1. Mikey,

        I have watched your video on doing the mermaid blanket, tail, etc. but cannot locate the actual hard copy of the pattern. I’ve been sitting here at the computer for over an hour and cannot find it…can you help me? I babysit and cannot sit at the computer much, I need the actual pattern please….the one done with the bernat bright yarn. If you can help me I would appreciate it.

        Thanks, Norma Poynter…[email protected]

  59. Melissa Barker says:

    http://amray1976.blogspot.com/2015/08/crochet-hooded-puppy-dog-towel.html…this link for Puppy Dog hooded blanket does not exist….

  60. Leda McBride says:

    hi I just bought Bernat Blanket Big and a 25mm crochet needle… are there any crochet patterns for this…

  61. I am looking for a baby afghan-blanket pattern for one I made many years ago. I believe it was double crochet. I crocheted it in white. Then crochet a chain stitch the width of the blanket and weaved it through the white blanket from side to side. I think the chains were crocheted in pink and blue. Then I tied a piece of yarn and looped around the edge like fringe. I have been unable to find my pattern. Do you have any suggestions where I might be able to get a free pattern of purchase one? Thank you.

    1. Anne Lautner says:

      Hi Darla,
      Your baby blanket sounds like the first afghan I ever crocheted when I was expecting my 1st baby in 1970.
      The pattern was a (double crochet, chain-1) stitch*. Repeat after * until the blanket is the desired size.

      I crocheted mine in white also, made chains in pink and blue and wove them into the ch-1 spaces between the double crochets. I often wondered what the blanket would have looked like if I had used 1/4″ ribbon instead of the crocheted chains.

      In the blanket at the ends of the chains I also made pink and blue yarn fringe like you did.

      Hope this helps,
      Anne

  62. Annick says:

    Hello, I’m looking for a pattern for a Scarf Hat (crochet of course as I don’t knit). can you let me know where I can find one?

  63. Luana Stark says:

    Aloha Mikey..Want to do the bumble bee snuggle sack in blanket yarn but can’t find it in black or yellow here in so.calif..and i see you did yours with blanket yarn..Please advise has to where i can purchase these..Mahalo

  64. eef valize says:

    Hi Mikey, Love your tutorials!! Is it possible to make a tutorial for seat belt covers?

  65. Cabinus Pierre-Louis says:

    i would like to find a crochet pattern, pref filet for the lords prayer. one that can hang on a wall about 24″ by 50″

    1. We don’t have anything like that in our collection. You may have to make up the pattern yourself using graph paper. You could try Ravelry but it’s really specific to what you want. Sorry.

    2. Kelly Wert says:

      You might want to try pinterest, I think I saw one there. Just go in to their search bar and type in The Lords Prayer in fillet crochet. Happy Hunting!

  66. Ceola says:

    I would like to know which Bernat Pipsqueak yarn to get for the little lovely blanket, the big ball or the smaller balls?
    It only says 3 ball but which size .

    1. I’m checking the pattern link now. _ Stand By

    2. Good Catch… I would assume the larger format based on experience. You couldn’t do an entire blanket with just 3 100g balls. It’s most likely 3 of the 250 g size. Here’s a link for product info. http://www.yarnspirations.com/yarn/pipsqueak-250g.html

  67. Melanie Goodman says:

    Hi Mikey, would love to see a tutorial fro you on shark socks.

  68. I would like to see a tutorial on the Apche stitch if possible, thanks Christine Hartley

  69. Patricia Holmes says:

    Hi! I couldn’t find a place to send this…only do email…so I hope the person reading this can pass it on to where it belongs. I am no left-handed yet I continue to receive left-handed pattern instructions. Please, can someone change this for me? I have two email addresses [email protected] and [email protected]. Love Mikey and the Crowd! Thank you!

    1. The tutorial learning channel is a single platform. It updates subscribers for each new video regardless if it’s right or left handed. It’s not an option to segregate it as we don’t have that control.

      So sorry for the inconvenience but this is more YouTube than us. Michael

      1. Connie says:

        Hi there, I was wondering if there is s way to make the star blanket square? So that it looks like s star in the middle of a square blanket… Thank you! Connie

    2. Charlotte Casey says:

      i am looking for heart pattern using bulky yarn

      1. Charlotte Casey says:

        this is for a baby blanket

  70. Janice Keeton says:

    I have my batch of maple leaves done, but am unable to find an address where to send them.

    1. Click on this link … https://thecrochetcrowd.com/project-maple-canadas-150th-birthday-exhibit/… address is located on the bottom of the page so you will need to scroll down. Thank you for your contribution 🙂

  71. Hannah says:

    Where can we find the maple leaf pattern? I click on the display link at the top of the page and it just takes me back to the main Crochet Crowd page.

    1. Amy says:

      I have my maple leaves, too, almost ready to go. Are you still collecting them?

      1. Yes we are… 🙂 Thanks so much.

    2. Agatha says:

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  72. Courtney Sweeting says:

    I am trying to find a pattern for a pair of men’s shorts. I don’t care if it’s from the 70’s or today or if it’s free or a paid pattern… I have searched all over the internet and I don’t know where to turn now. I might have to make it up as I go along, but I would feel more comfortable with a pattern to reference. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    1. wilma becker says:

      i am looking for you patern on flowwer dolls

  73. You show a pattern for the breast forms but not one that i am able to print. Is there any way to send me one to my e-mail address? One of my dear friends has recently had a double mastectomy and I want to help her out this way.

    1. I would recommend you contact the original designer for that. Legally, I cannot do that. I am sure they can help you as it’s a charity organization. Good luck to you and I am so sorry to read about your friend. 🙁

  74. Sheri Koenig says:

    Please consider a tutorial for crochet stripes blanket designed by Lorna Miser using Caron yarn. I’m confused on row 1. It’s a new pattern on yarnspirations .. Thanks

  75. gail.gittos says:

    hello mikey i want to know how do a oval in crochet

  76. Simone Broersma says:

    I was wondering if you had a pattern for a full sweater? I was given a bunch of Bernat Denim Style yarn and would like to make a sweater with it. Not a tunic or beach coverup, but just a good old fashioned pullover sweater. And the easier the better. Thank you.

  77. gail.gittos says:

    hello mike i just want to known i can get a pattern for a poncho from

  78. Wanita Gilbert says:

    i was told you did a son shine blanket that is what it says on crochet blanket do you have a video for it and if so can you send me link thank you

  79. Carmel says:

    Where can I find your ” you are my sunshine pattern ” please

    1. It is not our pattern. It is a paid pattern that can be found on Ravelry and Mikey posted a link to it yesterday on our Facebook wall.

      1. Wanita Gilbert says:

        thanks

  80. theresa says:

    please do you have free pattern for childs poncho

    1. Leeanne says:

      Google Martha Stewart poncho. Itcomes in all sizes and is free

  81. Kim Funk says:

    Mikey iam looking for the written pattern for the simple little dishcloth . Thanks

  82. Ruthie Henry says:

    I just got the new Mikey magazine, how do I print the patterns?

    1. Click on the pattern links to open them? Once you do, you would just print the page the same way you do any other printing.

  83. liz says:

    Can not find the star pattern that mikey used in his tutorial.

  84. Susan says:

    sweetess dress pattern

  85. Donna-Kay Brown says:

    I cant seem to find a crochet patter for a sailor hat for baby/child. Anyone have one?

  86. Joyce Morgan says:

    I like working with number ten thread. Hard to find patterns using it. Girls dress size six ? Bedspreads?

  87. Rose Gray says:

    Do you have a ladies vest crochet with 8 ply

    1. We don’t, but I did a round up of vest patterns a while back. Maybe you would like one of those?
      https://thecrochetcrowd.com/vests/

  88. i would like to send you a picture of my ripple afghan i made with a granny square incorporated into the pattern , just made it up or so to speak , how do i go about sending it to you to post on face book?

  89. I’m looking for the pattern for the Lego blanket.

    1. There’s one on Red Heart’s website.

  90. Rachel says:

    really like it

  91. caroline berger says:

    Awesome cuties for goods.

  92. Shelley says:

    Do you have any crochet patterns for Red Heart Boutique Fur. There were only a couple on the Red Heart website. Thank you

  93. virginia haag says:

    as always your bang on mikey

  94. virginia haag says:

    i am looking for the ripple afghan with a granny square row incorporated , does any one have this pattern>

  95. Pat says:

    Do you have a pattern on how to crochet
    a stuff cow

  96. Jo says:

    Hi, I’m have an awful time trying to learn how to change multi colors in a crochet graph of dinosaurs. Please help me….I’m stuck on playful dinosaurs.

  97. Lisa Soto says:

    do you have a tutorial on how to make a c2c graph?

  98. fred says:

    What happened to the exaggerated video
    tutorial

  99. Vicki Henderson says:

    What is the best way to send a private message to you? I am very happy to have found this site.

  100. Sheila says:

    Do you have a tutorial on the Retro Circle Throw?

  101. karen says:

    I have the pattern and yarn for the Never Ending Granny Square Blanket. I thought I would be able to figure it out. Do you have a more simplified pattern for this? I’m having trouble

  102. Kim says:

    Mikey iam looking for the written pattern for the simple little dishcloth . Thanks

  103. Pam says:

    The baby link above is black instead of purple. I am not able to get to the baby stuff 🙁

  104. Gail Hes says:

    Looking for the Lazy Wave written pattern. Link doesn’t work

  105. Jah Highman says:

    I am looking for the chart for the sole of the cowboy baby booties.. Do you still have it online?

  106. Wanda Seibert says:

    Do you have any examples/tutorials of a spike stitch?

  107. Julie Dodd says:

    I am trying to find an older pattern for horse scarves. Can you point me the right direction? I’m not having any luck with the search option. Thanks.

  108. Rena says:

    Your wonderful flamingos you are working on, by chance do.you have the pattern for the hearts yoyur making her wings out of?

    1. Hi Rena,
      Here is a link to the article on those lovely “feather” hearts https://thecrochetcrowd.com/crochet-granny-sweet-hearts/ – – Laura Jean

  109. Susan Barrett says:

    I started crocheting at the beginning of last year I followed a few basic techniques to get my confidence and decided that I wanted to do a cable pattern that is when I came across your tutorial and my obsession with the crochet crowd began. I was on a weeks holiday last September and followed your tutorial to the letter which after watching every day and making samples at every stage of the cable pattern I was able to make my first baby blanket for a friends baby boy, I then went on to make my daughter a blanket in the same pattern which I then backed with a fleece. I just thought I would let you know that you have helped me gain my confidence to do a lot more projects so Thank You Mikey ?

  110. Lois Graham says:

    Do you have a tutorial and pattern for the Virus Shawl?

    1. Sorry we don’t. It’s not our pattern or Yarnspiraitons.

  111. Norma Hawkinson says:

    the link for the double butterfly scarf seems to be gone. Do you still have the pattern?

  112. Stella Maris says:

    Hi! I am Stella from Argentina.I love all your projects. I would like to receive the magazine to my e-mail.Thanks.

  113. There is a problem with the link for the pattern to do the women’s peaked hat pattern for the hat challenge. I want to make it but can not with out the pattern. I appreciate the help.

  114. Sui Lucero says:

    Hello, Mickey, Happy New Year to both of you 🙂 Over the holiday season, I got some yarns as gift from well meaning friends from the USA.
    a.) 1-ball 3.5oz/100g/218yrds Red Heart Collage, color: Tundra;
    b.) 1-ball 3oz/85g/145yd Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice, color: Purple Mist;
    c.) 1-ball 3.5oz/109yds Serenity Chunky Deborah Norville Premier Yarns Collection, color: chocolate;
    d.) 1-ball 5oz/142g/275yds Bernat Super Value, color: wedgewood;
    e.) 2-balls 2oz/56.7g/95yds Lily Sugar n Cream, color #02233

    I got all these nice yarns that are just for my eyes only before December. You see, we do not have these variety of yarns being sold here anywhere.

    My problem now is what to make of them? I do not want to make dish cloth or something of that sort with them but I would like to make something wearable or something that matters. I have been scouring the net for projects worthy of these fine yarns. But alas I was not fortunate thus I am turning to you and hoping you can help me out. Any suggestion is still a suggestion.

    Thank you and a Happy Happy New Year!

    Sui

  115. Nancy strand says:

    Mikey,
    I would like to subscribe to Mikey’s magazine I am having trouble receiving the magazine to my email
    Nancy
    [email protected]

  116. Brenda Bickerstaff says:

    looking for a stitch to make a for a child using a variegated yarn. done many stitches but just not sure.
    this might help` have done a basket weave, a chevron or wave, granny squares, want to do an arrow but not with variegated …. not sure what stitch to use. Most of my crochet is for children `toddlers and babies for Project Linus.
    I would so much appreciated your ideas Mikey. ( others are welcome to make suggestion).
    I just feel stuck! Didn’t want to do another corn to corner just yet! ha ha

  117. sally says:

    looking for turban hats like they wore in the old days they were suppose to be classy

  118. Sherry says:

    Where can I find the pattern for the butterfly on the cover photo on graph afghans?

    1. Donna Gatlin says:

      Where can I find the wavy shell crochet blanket pattern?

  119. Joanie says:

    I would like to buy a DVD with certain stitches or afghans. Can I still do this? I am new and slow.

  120. Vicky says:

    When you are finished with the star afghan is there a way to crochet it to a square?

    1. Elizabeth says:

      Dear Mikey

      I love your way of explaining is very easy to follow, you are very talented ,will you be able to teach how to crochet oval shape rug with yarn.
      God bless you
      Liz

  121. Tessa Byrom says:

    Hi Mickey, I am looking for Red heart super saver yarn patterns. Someone is going to buy it for me and I need to make colour choices. Big please!? Btw….I love you and Diva Dan. Never change the way you are.x

    1. Try Red Heart’s Website. http://redheart.com there are tons of free patterns there for you to enjoy. Good luck.

  122. Ann says:

    No matter how carefully I crochet my last row is bigger than my beginning row even though they are the same stich count I also can’t find your WIP’s on your site anymore

  123. Christiane says:

    Hello Mikey, I love your tutorials. My question, how to fix the wool when a project is finish. Do we iron or vapor? Thank you

  124. Nancy Ryan says:

    Hi Mikey! I really want to make the afghan that I saw Mary on Finding Amish make. Do you have that pattern or know where I can get it? Thank you! Nancy

    1. Anona Tase says:

      It is the Lacy Chevon afghan pattern. If you google “Breaking Amish crochet pattern”, you can find Youtube video and also free patterns. I’ve also seen the Mountain Mist pattern, which is similar. I hope this helps

    2. Terri says:

      the pattern is on youtube, it’s called granny ripple afghan. and there is another tutorial called Mary’s afghan (breaking omish)

  125. Karen Lovelacce says:

    Love love love the crochet crowd! I find projects that I would love to make but then I find the pattern is actually a knit pattern. Is there any information on how to convert the stitches to crochet stitches?

  126. Katrin Sukarso says:

    Hi Mickey,
    I have learned so much from your tutorial videos, thanks. I need help on a project. I am making a crochet hat of Sally nightmare before Christmas, and I can’t seem to find any pattern out there. I have no clue on how to make the hair part. Would you know or happen to have pattern for that?
    Below is the link for a picture. Thanks in advance for any leads.

    Katrin

    http://img0.etsystatic.com/025/2/6768746/il_340x270.523993976_p13b.jpg

  127. Julie says:

    Hi Mickey, love your work. But I would like instructions on a Christmas tree skirt the red and white one please.

  128. Kristi says:

    I was wanting to make some standard size pillow cases that have closable ends do you think you could create a pattern video

  129. Debbie Piro says:

    Hi Mickey, i love watching your video’s. you make it look so easy and i have learned a few new things so thank you. In your video of broomstick lace, i noticed you had a larger handle or thicker handle on your crochet hook…Q. where can i get one please. Thank you, debbie

    1. Craft Stores or online. Look for comfort grips or ergonomic hooks.

      1. debbie Piro says:

        thank you..

  130. robyn says:

    When I clicked on videos on the top black bar nothing opens.

    1. let me check that. I assume you are on a desktop as you haven’t said the device you are using. I will get back to you.

    2. Does the sub menu under it not open as their are 3 choices under the Video Section.

      1. Robyn says:

        I am using my I pad, and no nothing opens.

      2. Nothing means what exactly? Can you be more specific?

  131. Ana says:

    Hi there, I am follower of crochet crowd. I am looking for a cocooning cardigan style with sleeves. Would anyone help me. I love that kind of cardi and can’t wait to crochet one for me. Thanks for your help. Ana

  132. looking for adult crocodile boots anyone can help me??

  133. Heather Dallas says:

    My daughter in law is making a mermaid slip on for a toddler. I cant find the pattern. Can someone please help me? Thx

  134. Naomi Williams says:

    Hi there, I am starting to crochet again and would like the free pattern for the red Nice wrap but cannot find it please assist me

  135. Sandy Atwood says:

    Tried to find the Jeanne’s Vest article but link seemed to be broken.

    1. Article wasn’t ready… I had to remove it as the links weren’t yet put in for the free patterns. I pressed publish instead of save by accident. Sorry for the inconvenience… It will be available soon.

  136. I havent been able to download “Shine like Diamond Shawl” patern, although I have been able to follow you on the tutotial, but I an 91 and a good excuse to say I forget. grace

  137. Dorothy Craik says:

    I really would like the written pattern. It’s easier than the video. I noticed many others asked for the
    written one too. I don’t know how to contact the Crochet Crowd. Being hard of hearing the video
    isn’t any good for me although I’ve tried to copy it but it’s hard to see what the person is doing
    Many thanks for help.

  138. Hellen says:

    Hi Mickey I am learning to crochet and I would like to crochet hexagon patterns any Idea?

  139. Sally king says:

    Yes, but I was hoping for s leg warmer pattern

  140. Mrs. Suganthi balaji says:

    Hai I am from India. I like the way you teach crochet lessons. While browsing videos, I come to know about filet crochet. I saw one of your video. Do you have any other videos on chart preparation for filet crochet or else any projects on it.

  141. Debbie says:

    I am in your list of free patterns – Toddler & Bigger Kids – on this page is a “Girls just wanna have fun” and it displays a little girl wearing a turquoise short sleeve Sweater/top with one button and lapel collar.

    When I click on it, there is no pattern! Can you please help me to find this pattern?

    Thsnk you.

  142. Jennifer Collee says:

    I love your tutorials can’t wait to see more.

  143. susan says:

    hi mikey iam loving making the crocodile stitch baby blanket ,,,, but would love to see a tutorial on the edgeing I have looked all through your videos and blogs but you don’t seem to mention it at all … seeing as its on the blanket I thought you would have a tutorial … hope you can help sue

  144. Susan Polzin says:

    I just found your site and it is fantastic. I love your tutorials. Thank you so much for all the hard work you have put into gathering and posting all this amazing information. You rock.

  145. kittencfw says:

    I am new to your site but enjoy it very much. It seems I end up here quite frequently. I was noticing the heart wreath and have tried to find the actual pattern and have not had any success. Could you please tell me how to get to the pattern. Thank you

  146. Pam Smith says:

    Hello…I love your tutorials. I am doing the “learning to read patterns”. Hoping it will help as I really struggle…but I love watching the tutorials to make crocheted items. I am curious as to whether you have made the Bulky Poncho by VogueKnitting. I bought the pattern hoping I could read it…actually started and am stuck. Would you consider doing a tutorial on this pattern? I could send it to you.

  147. alex says:

    I was wondering if someone knew where I could find a banana’s in pyjamas crochet pattern? most I found are knitted but wanting a crochet pattern

  148. Anita Couts says:

    Mikey, I am trying to make the “meet me at the middle” top from Yarnspirations and uses Paton’s yarn. I am stumped on the second row of the top. There does not seem to be enough stitches in that row to make the ripples fit together, they seem to be turning out lopsided. Can you or one of your minions check this out. I have been working on it three days now and can’t “get there”

    Thank you so much.

    1. You can always call or email Yarnspirations’ customer service. there contact information is on their website. They are there to help you out with patterns that are theirs. 😀

  149. Mary Watson says:

    This is a great addition to your site, which has become one of my favorites! I can only hope I live to be 200 yrs old so I can get them all done! Keep up the crafty work…love you guys!

  150. Nita Golay says:

    Would love to see a “search” bar so it isn’t so difficult to locate a certain pattern, saw your video on a camosile and can’t find it here 🙁

    1. I just did the project. Literally just finished. I haven’t written about it yet. I’ve not got that far. Sorry

      1. Nancy Fromer says:

        Love your videos – very easy to follow!

  151. Kyi Kyi says:

    Wonderful Patterns. But can I get diagrams? I’m more comfortable with diagrams

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