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Fire Crochet – get comfy and cozy with these fire-inspired free crochet patterns

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On a cold evening, there’s nothing quite as comfy and cozy as relaxing in front of a warm fire with a cup of tea and creating something beautiful with yarn. Sometimes that dazzling fire even inspires a new pattern. Here are 7 free crochet patterns that draw inspiration from fire.

Fire Crochet free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Flame Square by Jessie At Home
“The Flame Square is full of post stitches and awesome texture! Grab your “I” hook and Vanna’s choice yarn in these firey colors and create this bright square for yourself.”

2) Girl on Fire Graph Hat by MNE Crafts
“Despite the chosen name, this particular graph hat is just as much for the guys as it is for the girls 🙂 It can be worked up in any size and is super warm and stretchy!”

3) Sweet Sunset Baby Blanket by Beatrice Ryan Designs
“This super sweet baby blanket is and easy to make shell and post stitch pattern that can be quickly made for a great gift or blanket for your own precious angel.”

4) Flame Thrower Ponchet by Stephanie Davies
“The ponchet is crocheted quite loosely in the round, alternating between double stranded, where both colours are used together, and single stranded, where only one colour is used.”

5) Annie’s Simple Hat by Oombawka Designs
“If you are searching for a basic hat with just a little bit ‘extra’ this simple beanie might be exactly what you are looking for! Try Annie’s Simple Hat pattern for a basic beanie with a pretty and lacy edging.”

6) Bonfire Cowl by Moogly
“Raking leaves, fighting the holiday crowds, strolling through a maker fair… whatever you’re doing to enjoy this autumn, celebrate it with the Bonfire Cowl!”

7) Flame and Ember Shawl by ABC Knitting Patterns
“The shawl was crocheted using 3 strands of yarn. The color gradient achieved by substituting one strand of red yarn with a strand of black yarn after each 20 rows.”

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