7 Free Crochet Gifts Ideas for You
Who doesn’t love a handmade gift? This collection of crocheted gifts has something for everyone on your list. The simple crochet patterns in this eBook, 7 Free Crochet Patterns for Beautiful Handmade Gifts, is a terrific resource for quick crochet gift ideas.
The giving and receiving of gifts from the heart are sure to make for cherished memories. And since some of the most memorable gifts tend to be homemade, this free download is the perfect place to start. Get inspired to crochet something special for someone you love with the seven crochet gift patterns we’ve included in this eBook.
Ideas include an easy peppermint scarf and hat, a fantastic tote bag, a lacy crochet cuff, fun crochet toys, and even quick crochet gifts that can whipped up for a last minute present. And don’t forget about baby! This free eBook also includes an adorable sweater pattern reminiscent of the very loveable Charlie Brown.
Now this collection of seven incredible crochet gift ideas can be yours in one convenient downloadable eBook. Start creating fabulous crocheted gifts with these exclusive free patterns.
Sneak-peek at the crochet gift ideas you’ll find:
By Kim Werker
Concentrated increases create texture at the top of this simple hat that’s worked in extended half double crochet for interest and warmth. Crossed post stitches create the herringbone-like band at the brim and allow for any type of color play. Have fun with different color combinations to make the perfect gift for a man or woman. Play with your own favorite colors for the brim detail. This is a fabulous hat for any gender.
In a Jiffy Juggling Balls
By Toni Rexroat
This crochet ball pattern will help you make perfect stocking stuffers for all your playful friends and family. Use stash yarn to work up a set or two of these quick gifts. Great for both kids and adults, these perfectly weighted juggling balls can be whipped up in an afternoon though learning to juggle may take a little longer.
Peppermint Hat & Scarf
By Marilyn Murphy
Minty fresh, this matching hat and scarf set is playful and sophisticated at the same time—a winning combination for any child. Swap in different colors for any child who doesn’t dream in pink. The cool earflaps and tassels are just right for a day on the slopes or playground!
This is a super set for your favorite snowboard. The cool earflaps and tassels are just right for a day on the slopes. But no need for girls to have all the fun-worked in different colors, this would suit a boy as well.
Green Market Bag
By Laura Rintala
Bags make wonderful crocheted gifts, especially for the person who “has everything.” From a washable grocery sack to picnic lunch tote, this bag can serve many purposes. This green cotton tote bag is fun to make and comfortable to tote around.
Charlie Brown Baby Cardigan
By Kat Pullen
This is the cutest cardi ever! Sized perfectly for a newborn to grow into, this baby sweater works up quickly but looks like you spent ages making it up. This little sweater features a zig zag chevron stripe reminiscent of that lovable, good ol’ Charlie Brown’s iconic shirt. Work it your favorite colors for the next new baby that comes into your life.
Love Ewe Nesting Dolls
By Sarah Read
Inspired by Russian nesting dolls, these three amigurumi will provide hours of fun for children or adults and are enjoyable crochet gift patterns to make. Work these crochet toys in thread for the perfect size to keep on your shelf or try a worsted-weight yarn for larger dolls. And thanks to all the features being securely sewn on, they are safe for little ones!
Victorian Inspired Lace Bracelet
By Sarah Read
Don’t let the tiny hook and thread scare you—this charming lace bracelet works up quickly and easily. A great thread gift, this easy pattern can be adapted to fit a variety of projects and sizes. Skip the ribbon to create a Victorian lace inspired bookmark or continue the repeat to fashion a stunning belt.
We hope you enjoy these free crochet gift ideas as you make handcrafted gifts for your loved ones.