Top 5 Crochet Patterns from Love of Crochet Fall 2017

What crochet patterns do people like the most? Is one pattern more popular than another? I love seeing which patterns tickle people’s fancy, so I often turn to ravelry to find out what the top 5 crochet patterns are in each issue.

Top 5 Crochet Patterns According to Hearts Given on Ravelry

Sweaters usually make their way to the top of the Top 5 List every time and with good reason; they’re gorgeous. I also love seeing what other items make the top 5, cause I know we aren’t making sweaters all the time. Here’s what you hearted most on ravelry:

Bookworm Sweater and Cowl Set by Natasha Robarge

This sweater is actually made in 2 separate pieces. The cowl is crocheted separately and can be worn alone or with the crocheted sweater. Brilliant!

Bookworm Sweater and Cowl

Courageous Caftan by Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby

This elegant design is surprisingly simple to make with an easy-to-memorize pattern repeat and 4 rectangles sewn together in fabulous style.

Courageous Caftan

Bed Head Slouchy Hat by Brenda K.B. Anderson

The simple stitch on this hat makes it a great project to work on while watching television. The long length makes it a great hat to wear unfolded for a slouchy style or with the brim rolled up for extra warmth over the ears.

Bed Head Slouchy Hat

Apple Picking Mitts by Sue Perez

A crossed-stitch creates mock cables on these practical fingerless mitts. Whip up a pair for all your fall festivities.

Apple Picking Mitts

Library Cardigan by Nicoletta Tronci

If you’re looking for an easy sweater design that looks anything but simple, you’ll want to try the Library Cardigan. The V-stitch body is edged with post stitch ribbing to create a stunning cardigan you’ll reach for time and time again.

Library Cardigan

Top 5 Crochet Patterns According to Projects Made on Ravelry

Hearts is one way to see what people like. Another option is to look at which projects have been made (or started) the most. This list is slightly different than the first. Isn’t that interesting?! Here’s what’s on or has recently come off your hooks:

Pumpkin Pie Slouchy Hat by Natasha Robarge

The chain stitches in the crown of this hat will keep your head from getting too hot while the post stitches worked at the brim make a solid fabric which will keep your ears toasty warm.

Pumpkin Pie Slouchy Hat

Autumn Star Cowl and Infinity Scarf by Kristin Lynn

The star stitch worked on the bias creates a stunning diagonal texture. This pattern is written as a short cowl with the option to make a long infinity scarf.

Autumn Star Cowl and Infinity Scarf

Bookworm Sweater and Cowl Set by Natasha Robarge

It’s interesting to see that this sweater and cowl set is in both the top hearted and top made (or started) list. It is gorgeous!

Bookworm Sweater and Cowl Set

Bed Head Slouchy Hat by Brenda K.B. Anderson

Slouchy hats are all the rage in terms of hearts and makes. This one’s great for guys and gals. It makes the top hearted and made list.

Bed Head Slouchy Hat

Mixed Greens Cowl and Infinity Scarf by Jamie Swiatek

If you haven’t tried the cross-stitch, you’re in for a treat. This pattern is made with a 2 row repeat that is so much fun you’ll be making the Mixed Greens Cowl for everyone on your gift list. This pattern is written as a cowl with an option to make a longer infinity scarf.

Mixed Greens Cowl and Infinity Scarf

Thanks everyone for hearting and/or making these lovely projects in Love of Crochet Fall 2017. I’d love to know why you liked and made the projects you did. Leave me a comment below!


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