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Patriotic crochet patterns feel so homey and comforting. One of my favorite wedding gifts was an American Flag blanket, and I’ve loved the look of Americana decor (especially in crochet!) for quite a while. Something about Americana just lends itself to the shabby chic crochet looks you can find in this pattern collection!
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Whether you prefer to decorate your home or your wardrobe with these awesome crochet patterns for the 4th of July, I know you’ll find something in this collection to inspire you.
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13 Patriotic Crochet Patterns for the Fourth of July
This cute and versatile tote bag is just the right size for festival going! There’s even a great video tutorial for making the bag, for those of you who prefer to learn that way. I love that it captures the spirit of Americana without being an exact replica of our flag. (Did you know, wearing a flag as clothing is against the flag code? Interesting, right?)
These gorgeous pillows by Erica Fedor of Highland Hickory Designs are so adorable! They’d look amazing on your couch, or on a lounge chair outside. (Love these? Erica has a bunch of adorable coordinating Americana crochet patterns! Go check them out here!)
This gorgeous wall hanging by Heather at the Unraveled Mitten is just darling! The red, white and blue triangles are cute and patriotic without getting in your face screaming U-S-A! (Yes, we Americans know we can be loud!)
This adorable scarf is bursting with American pride. Even better, it has POCKETS! Don’t you love it?
This patriotic place setting makes such a classic piece! These would look equally amazing on a farmhouse table or a backyard picnic table.
This can cozy would make such a fun addition to your backyard BBQ festivities! Plus, projects this size work up in a flash. (Plus, they won’t overheat you to crochet them in hot weather!)
This adorable banner adds such a festive patriotic touch to any decor (or party)! It reminds me of those giant semicircle swags displayed on the main street of a small town I grew up near for their Fourth of July Parade. So nostalgic!
This adorable cotton dishcloth is perfect for sprucing up a kitchen or bathroom with some patriotic flair! Plus, washcloths are the perfect quick summer project for outdoors- they work up quickly and aren’t too big and “hot!”
This gorgeous afghan pays homage to the US flag. I love the beautiful deep colors used, as well as the comforting Americana look of the chunky stripes and giant stars.
This gorgeous crocheted mason jar cover would be a perfect addition to your Fourth of July table spread!
This unique twist on the classic Granny Square pattern makes such a cute Americana blanket! I love how this combines chevrons and traditional granny squares to make a totally unique look!
This gorgeous star shaped hot pad brims with ruffly red white and blue! I really love the shape of it, and the ruffles will make sure your countertop or table surface is totally protected from heat.
This gorgeous crochet vest makes a perfect addition to your outfit, whether you’re headed to a music festival or just a backyard bbq party! You’ll love how quickly and easily this simple mesh pattern works up- all you need to know are double crochet and chain stitches, and there’s no shaping required.
The pattern is written for a 4T, but it is SO stinking simple, you won’t believe it! Even a beginner could resize it, but if you get stuck, leave me a blog comment there, and I’ll happily help out!
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