Every fall, I like to share a free pattern for red baby hats designed specifically for the American Heart Association’s annual Little Hats Big Hearts campaign. The AHA, along with tons of volunteers and partners around the country, distributes red hats to newborns born in the month of February.
Dozens of free knitting and crochet patterns ranging from basic scarves to cabled sweaters.
Who doesn’t love a good single skein knitting pattern? This checked scarf with bands of garter stitch at even intervals is both textural and masculine. A chain edge and knit and purl motifs really add a nice polish to this simple pattern.
This granny square-inspired crochet shawl is super fun to make. A shawl like this one is the perfect way to show off your tassel skills, too!
This heart-inspired wall hanging is a fun, quick way for knitters to add a geometric blast of color and texture to your walls without having to master a whole new fiber craft like macrame or weaving.
Grab your crochet hooks! You can take this quick project from yarn ball to beer koozie before lunchtime on a lazy summer day.
Parlez-vous pom pom? This wee blanket is so adorable, quick and easy to knit. You’ll find yourself cranking out a bunch of these for baby shower gifts galore!
With just 2 skeins of fabric yarn & a big crochet hook, this fun purse comes together easily in just one sitting. This will quickly become your go-to summer bag!
Made with chunky yarn, this vintage inspired throw pillow crochets up super fast!
It’s a wrap, folks! This year was our second time around knitting and crocheting our way through the holidays, making ornament-sized takes on everything from sweaters to Christmas cookies. Take a look at this year’s collection of ornaments and find links to each pattern in this post.