Sometimes you just want to show off your craft and dress up your home! Crochet creations can be used for everyday decor or for your seasonal or holiday decorations as well. Tonight I’ll help you spruce up your home with some free crochet patterns for items that hang out on your shelves.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Blue Belle by Jessie At Home
“Blue Belle a bell shaped free crochet doll pattern for the sweet little one in your life. She got her name from her color and her bell shaped body.”
2) Crochet Round Jute Basket by Crochet 365
“Ever since I designed the rectangle jute basket last year, I’ve been wanting to design a crochet round jute basket.”
3) Paw Print Jar Cozie by Posh Pooch Designs
“This jar Cozie is the perfect gift for the pet lovers, pet Rescue Workers, Veterinarian or any one who just loves Dogs, cats and pets. It can keep your dog’s cookies in them, or use as a pencil or crochet hook older.”
4) Christmas Angel by Oombawka Crochet
This little angel will look great on your mantel!
5) Baskets on Baskets! by Divine Debris
“This basket makes me feel happy. I think it’s the colors. I love color, as you might have guessed, and I love to brighten up my house with fun crochet designs with color to put a smile on my face.”
6) Desktop Stacker Baskets by Left in Knots
“These crochet Desktop Nesting Baskets are made with Red Heart Strata yarn, which is a bulky, jersey-knit tube yarn. The bulky yarn makes these baskets work up quickly so they would make an awesome last minute housewarming or even baby nursery gift!”
7) Crochet Elephant Bookends by Moogly
“To be more specific, these would be considered bookend covers. Bookend cozies? They slip over the plain metal bookends you can buy in any office supply store or discount retailer.”
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