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Hey everyone! I know you must be as excited as me to see the last week of our Design Create Repeat Blog Hop! If you haven’t already heard, this month we are featuring 31 different FREE Crochet Patterns with the theme of One Skein Wonder.
Each day we will have a different free one skein crochet pattern linked up and available for download on Ravelry. I’ll update them between 7-8 AM PST, so bookmark this page to see the free crochet patterns!
Here’s how to get your FREE patterns!
- Visit this page from your bookmarks.
- Scroll down to see the schedule, and find today’s designer.
- Click on the crochet pattern link for the day.
- After the page loads, you’ll be able to scroll down and find a link to the pattern.
- Most designers have made their designs available on Ravelry, and some have it directly on their website. I’ll be sure to leave a note by the link.
- Check back daily, as each pattern is available for about 24 hrs. However, some of these will remain on the blog as free patterns, so if you missed one, be sure to check if you can access it online.
You can find the first week’s entries at Desert Blossom Crafts, the second week at Counting Crafty Sheep, and the third week on Joy of Motion Crochet.
This week’s featured designs are:
8/25 – Simple Pencil Pouch Hook Case by the Stitchin’ Mommy
This Simple Pencil Pouch designed by the Stitchin’ Mommy makes a perfect back to school accessory! It is quick and easy to make and can also be used as a crochet hook holder. Visit the blog post below to find the coupon code for the Ravelry PDF copy, 8/25/19 only!
Click here to see the Simple Pencil Pouch Hook Case
8/26 – FroYo Triangle Scarf by Marie at Underground Crafter
It’s almost time for fall and that means crochet season is officially here! The Fro Yo Triangular Scarf by Marie at Underground Crafter is a one-skein wonder in Scarfie Yarn. Head over to undergroundcrafter.com for the free pattern and get the coupon code for an ad-free PDF version for today only!
Click here to see the FroYo Triangle Scarf
8/27 – The Hoogah Slouchy Beanie by Sweet Potato Crochet Creations
I was SO excited when I found out Carol from Sweet Potato Crochet Creations would be designing a pattern during my hosted week! Carol and I are blogging buddies, and we will sometimes sneak in a pattern test for each other because we have a similar “crochet fashion sense.” I KNEW she would deliver an amazing pattern, and I was right! Don’t you LOVE this cute slouchy hat? So soft, so squishy, and that adorable fur pompom! Love it!
Check out the Hoogah Slouch Hat on her blog here.
8/28 – Happily Ever After Shawl by EClaire Makery
The Happily Ever After Shawl is a a beautiful tapestry crochet shawl design that uses just one skein on Lion Brand Yarn Mandala Ombre! It’s unique color work designs, and classic construction make it the perfect pattern to make for yourself or someone you love. It may look complicated, but it is super simple and can be made by any advanced beginner!
You can find the free crochet pattern on the EClaireMakery blog and for today only you can use a special code available in the post for a FREE PDF download!
Click here to see the Happily Ever After Shawl by EClaire Makery
8/29 – Max’s Simple Ribbed Crochet Hat by me! Salty Pearl Crochet
This adorable hat is such an easy piece to make! I love how it came out using this fun self striping yarn. This is perfect for team color hats, or quick Christmas gifts.
Click here to see the pattern, along with instructions on how you can get a FREE PDF Copy until 9-5!
8/30 – Cumulus Slouch by Love Life Yarn
The yarn is really the star in Love Life Yarn’s Cumulus Slouch. This easy slouch hat uses one skein of Cumulus Dappled by Juniper Moon Farms, an amazing cotton yarn that Amanda can’t get enough of. Made in an easy to remember stitch repeat, this design also features a full video tutorial!
Click here to visit the Cumulus Slouch hat pattern blog post!
8/31 – Slouchy Crochet Leg Warmers
This awesome and completely beginner friendly pattern is a great way to use up lone skeins in your stash! Leg warmers are such a cute accessory for fall- they make any outfit just about 10 times cuter!
Click here to visit the Slouchy Crochet Leg Warmers Pattern blog post and look for instructions to get your free PDF copy!
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