Are you looking for crochet patterns to make while traveling? I travel a lot, and one thing I’ve learned is it’s always nice to have a project ready to take with me. I’ve put together a collection of 7 free crochet patterns to make while traveling that I think are great to take on the go. You usually want something smallish (blankets aren’t the best traveling project.) I also suggest a pattern that is easy to memorize so you don’t have to keep looking at the pattern, but if you don’t get motion sick, or if you are going to have time in a hotel, then a pattern you need to refer to can be good as well. So enjoy your time travelling the crochet way, with one of these On the Go Crochet patterns to make while traveling!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Black Cat Slouch Hat by Persia Lou
“My Black Cat Slouch Hat has chunky ribbing and cute cat ears. The simple and free Crochet Cat Hat pattern works up quickly and makes a great gift.”
2) Snappy Slippers by Pattern Paradise
“Snappy Slippers were so named because they make up in a snap! I used bulky yarn and a 6.5mm hook and even the large size took me less than one hour per pair!”
3) Faux Knit Crochet Infinity Scarf by Taylor Lynn Crochet
“Knitted item’s are beautiful, but as someone who has only mastered crochet, that makes me sad. If you are like me and just cannot work with two needles and want to stick with your single hook, yet love the look of knit, we are in luck!”
4) Have you seen my Baby Crochet Monkey? by Oombawka Crochet
“Welcome to Pattern 2 for the 2018 Softie Crochet Along! This sweet baby crochet monkey is an easy-to-crochet project you can make in just a few hours.”
5) Not Your Grandma’s Crochet Slippers by Crochet 365 Knit Too
“I thought I’d try my hand at designing crochet slippers that are a little more up to date. I picked up this variegated yarn forever ago. And when the leaves started to turn and the air got a bit chilly, I thought about that yummy yarn and these delicious crochet slippers were born.”
6) Tea Time by Jessie At Home
“Tea Time uses Wonderland Yarns Mad Hatter mini-skein pack in Tea Time and Mad Hatter full size skein in White Rabbit to create a playful scarf of speckled stripes.”
7) Waterlily Waltz Headband by Kirsten Holloway Designs
“Friends, if you have ever wanted to achieve the look of knit, without picking up two needles (eg. you want to “knit” with your crochet hook), stick with me because that’s just what we’re going to be doing this week!”
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