There’s still some time to make gifts for the holidays. With these quick and easy free crochet patterns you can check off several more people on your list, you can even make some teacher gifts!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) “Knit-Look” Chunky Adult Headwarmer by A Crocheted Simplicity
“I had been trying to come up with an idea for super quick gifts this year and then one day inspiration struck for this “Knit-Look” Chunky Headwarmer!”
2) Vintage Button Remake by Jessie At Home
“There is something about a vintage button that just says “make me a flower pin!” Or maybe it’s just the voices…”
3) Sweet ‘n Sassy 1 Skein Cowl by Kirsten Holloway Designs
“I’ve got a simple cowl design, that uses only 1 skein (about 140 yards) of yarn, and can be made in an evening.”
4) Happy Handle Coffee Cozy by Tamara Kelly
“From what I’ve seen over my years as a mom, there are two things most teachers love – coffee and gift cards! The Happy Handle Coffee Cozy combines those two, with a special handmade touch to show your gratitude for all their hard work.”
5) C2C Pom Pom Hat by Underground Crafter
“I wanted to make a simple hat project that could be made quickly in case you are in the mood to donate lots of hats to this drive.”
6) 2 by 2 Cowl Pattern by Andee Graves
“I wanted to start the summer off with a fun pattern for everyone that doesn’t take a lot of yarn and is relatively small to have in your hands or lap when the temperatures start to rise.”
7) Lucia Fingerless Mitts by Kim Guzman
These Tunisian crochet fingerless gloves have a great texture and will bring some style to your winter.
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