My Favourite Crochet Patterns of the Giftalong

Also known as the list of things I would make if I knew how to crochet. More and more lately I’ve been feeling the desire to learn how to crochet and these patterns are pulling me even more in that direction.

Apparently not only do I wish I could crochet, I also wish I still had a baby to crochet things for. If I did both I would choose these adorable items. Clockwise from top left we have Tilda Style Bunny by Justyna Kacprzak, Baby Owl Mobile by Sarah Alderson, and Bootiecat by Elif T. (All photos copyright their respective designers and used with permission)

Next up are cozy things I would wear all winter long. On the left is the  Mélo Hat by ACCROchet, and on the right we’ve got Dancing Trees Infinity Scarf & Cowl by Elitza Chernaeva. (All photos copyright their respective designers and used with permission)

And finally we have these drool-worthy creations. If these don’t inspire you to learn to crochet, I don’t know what will. On the left is Tunisian Flowers by Elena Fedotova, and on the right is Clair – continuous motif shrug (knit and crochet) by Vicky Chan. Wow!

If you don’t already know how to crochet, head out to your local yarn store and take some classes, these beautiful patterns will be waiting for you when you get back.

Next up tomorrow: Neck Things!

2 thoughts on “My Favourite Crochet Patterns of the Giftalong

  1. Heidi

    Kate,

    These are great patterns! I too am a knitter who was pulled into the magical world of crochet. It’s not difficult…it’s just really different from knitting. You should try it out when you get a chance.

    Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for a lovely post!
    ~Heidi

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