These free USA crochet patterns are a great way to celebrate the 4th of July or just show some American spirit! It’s always nice to remember that we are one, we may not be perfect, but we have a history of learning and growing. I think that’s something to be proud of. So here are 7 free crochet patterns to help you show off that pride!
Here are the names and links of each free USA crochet pattern.
1) Star Trivet or Centerpiece by Jessie At Home
“This star crochet pattern can be used as a trivet or a centerpiece. If your gauge is the same as mine, I have marked where to stop the pattern for the trivet, or you can go all the way to the end to make the centerpiece.”
2) Independence Day Crochet Top by Taylor Lynn Crochet
“When I think summer I think of my favorite summer holiday…. Independence day! I love dressing up in our nations colors and celebrating everything that makes this country so great! So since I am in the spirit and I want to give you all plenty of time to make these cute tops, I am releasing this Independence Day inspired top right now!”
3) Crochet Flag Wine Cozy by Crochet 365 Knit Too
“This little cutie combines four of my favorite things: Flags, my favorite wine cozy pattern and my favorite flower design. The 4th? Wine, OF COURSE!”
4) “Celebrate” Cozy & Coffee Sleeve by A Crocheted Simplicity
“A few summers ago, my husband and I hosted a cookout for family and friends on the 4th of July. This was when the design for the “Celebrate” Cozy & Coffee Sleeve came to me.”
5) Seeing Stars Basic Baby Beanies by Eye Love Knots
“Back in October of last year, I published my first version of a Crochet Beanie in All Sizes. I have changed quite a bit from then to now, and so here is an updated version of my Newborn, 3-6 Month and 6-12 Month Sizes.”
6) Mini Patriotic Crochet Water Balloons by Left in Knots
“The weather is getting hot, and the 4th of July is right around the corner. If you haven’t tried making my reusable Crochet Water Balloons yet, what are you waiting for?! They are so fast to make, and with a little bit of red, white and blue, you can turn them into a patriotic toy for playing with pre-fireworks.”
7) Liberty Bell by Desert Blossoms Crafts
“Have you heard about this series of patterns yet? I’m doing a special group of themed patterns while my family is on the East Coast of the U.S. So I crocheted a mini Liberty Bell”
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