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4 Sites Where Crocheters and Knitters Can Get Thousands of Patterns For Free

There are so many great resources for crafters today! I remember when I would share tattered copies of pattern books and leaflets with my mom and grandma. Now a days, you can find a version of just about any pattern online. Some sites are better than others. But really, you can learn so much about crochet and knitting just from online sources.

Today, I would like to highlight some of these free sites so that maybe you can find one or two for some new inspiration. I hope you enjoy!

AllFreeCrochet.com

This is a great site that boasts 2,770 plus free patterns. This site says that it has projects for all difficulty levels. They have toys, afghans, children’s crochet, flowers, doilies, and so much more!

There is such a wide variety of free crochet patterns here. The only thing you have to do is give them your email for access.

Here a a couple of cute patterns I saw today:


Dragonfly Throw


Coral Crocodile Stitch Crochet Cowl

Abby’s Dolly and Me Poncho

Raverly

Of course, we have to mention Raverly! Raverly has so many free patterns. You could get lost for hours in there! They have 200 plus categories of patterns. Raverly has free and paid patterns. You can sort them out for the free ones only and then search for the pattern that you would like.

Here are a few cute, free patterns I found today:

Beans or Leaves Pattern

Foxy Fox Lovey Security Blanket

Scrubby Side Up

The Crochet Crowd

This is a great site that has both free patterns and lots of tutorials as well. I have watched lots of Mikey’s You Tube videos. He is a great teacher of crochet! And they even have crochet cruises, can you imagine?

Here are some beautiful patterns I found today!

Crochet Baby Waffle Blanket

Crochet Hugs and Kisses Baby Blanket

Caron X Patone Fair Isle Cowl

Bev’sCountryCottage.com

This site has been one that I have frequented over the years. I love how they promote using your crochet and knit talents to help others around the world. They have, “1000s of pages of free patterns and information” on their site. They have lots of older patterns that I have not seen on other sites. I love to browse around on this site!

Here are a couple of fun patterns I found today:

Lulu the Loomed Dolly

Bev’s Quick Slippers

Lego Brick Scarf

So what do you think? Do you have any favorite crochet/ knitting sites that you like to use? I would love to hear. I hope you find some new patterns and sites that you like!

Happy Crochet!

Liz

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