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Hygge Crochet – cozy, comfy, just add cocoa

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Hygge is a Danish word which describes that feeling of sitting in a cozy cabin, in front of a warm fire, wrapped up in a comfy blanket or cardigan, with a cup of cocoa and a good book. Kind of… It’s hard to describe a feeling, but hygge is good and cozy and warm and peaceful. I like it. Here are 7 free crochet patterns to help you find your own hygge.

Hygge - free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Warm Hug Hat by Jessie At Home
“I love hats that keep my whole head warm, even my ears, and don’t leave a space between the hat and the scarf. This hat uses Red Heart’s {mix·ol·o·gy} yarn to do just that!!!”

2) Wintermint Slipper Socks by Left in Knots
“Today’s free crochet pattern may be my absolute favorite of the 2018 Seven Days of Scarfie Pattern Collection! The things I love to crochet the most are the projects that I know will get used the most, and I am wearing these Wintermint Slipper Socks as we “speak” ;)”

3) Lady of Luxury Crochet Infinity Scarf by Stitching Together
“In my world, luxury usually means unaffordable and unattainable. But the Lady of Luxury crochet infinity scarf is delightfully luxurious and it’s made with a Red Heart Yarn so you know it’s affordable!”

4) The Hygge Shawl by Love Life Yarn
“I have been working on projects that can be given as gifts and this shawl works up so quickly.  It’s a simple one row repeat consisting of double crochets and chains and this was my project that I took with me everywhere because it’s so simple I could put it down at any point and not wonder where I was when I picked it up again.”

5) Eleanora by Stitches ‘N’ Scraps
“This casual, comfy vest has big roomy pockets and a subtle, all-over texture. It’s lightweight and not too warm. Perfect for relaxing at home.”

6) Diana Cowl by Divine Debris
This cowl features great texture and some fun fringe.

7) Wildwood Waves Hat by Beatrice Ryan Designs
“Whether you are hiking in the mountains, out playing in the snow or sitting by the campfire… This plush and cozy Wildwood Waves Hat is the perfect accessory!  It is super easy to make with a two row repeat, uses bulky yarn and is a weekend project!”

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