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The Best 100 Crochet Patterns to Try in 2015


As part of our New Year’s celebrations, AllFreeCrochet [3] would like to share with you the best crochet patterns of 2014! Our top 100 free crochet patterns [4] have all been compiled into one perfect list so that you can pick and choose the ones you like the best out of all our reader favorites. We’ve picked out a few below in case you don’t want to have to sort through the list yourself, but it’s hard to pass up such a great compilation of 100 free crochet patterns [4]. Work up any pattern you like, knowing that it has been loved and made by many of our viewers.

Get out your needles and have a happy New Year’s!

The Best 100 Crochet Patterns to Try in 2015 [4]

Party Scarf [5] – This crochet scarf is perfect for any occasion, whether you’re just going out to dinner or hosting the best party. Bright colors make this scarf stand out and add to your outfit so much that you’ll be getting compliments galore! Party Scarf [5]

Effortless Baby Afghan [6] – All you need are 3 colors of yarn and a little bit of time in your afternoon to work up this crochet baby blanket. It’s easiness makes it perfect for a gift as well as your own little one.

Easy Office Shawl [7] – Lightweight yarn makes this shawl perfect for any season. The chills at the office are a very real struggle of every day, so it’s nice to be able to cover up with a lacy layer that won’t bog you down while you’re doing work.

Criss-Cross Crochet Headband [8] – If you want a chic accessory that makes every day a little bit warmer, then you should try this fun crochet headband pattern. Your ears will stay warm and you’ll be so trendy, even when you’re out in the winter cold.

Two Hour Tote [9] – If you have just a few hours to spare, then this tote pattern is for you. Add a bow or a flower and you have a girly, easy tote to take with you to the beach or the market.

Country Cowboy Boots [10] – Even the little ones need some stylish patterns! These booties are adorable for the baby in your life that already has a country style in mind.

Ice Queen Cap [11] – The button flap on the side really gives this crochet beanie something special. This is definitely a trendy way to stay warm in the winter and it matches any outfit or coat you will wear. Zig Zag Classic Ripple Afghan [12]

R&R Crochet Wrap [13] – When you’re looking for some rest and relaxation, this crochet wrap is the best pattern to work up. Feeling lazy? No problem- this pattern will still be a breeze.

Zig Zag Classic Ripple Afghan [12] – Decorating the living room can be hard. You don’t want to be too cluttered but you want it to look nice enough to have company over to watch a movie. This crochet afghan is perfect for all your decorative and fire-sitting needs.

Chunky Stylish Infinity Scarf Pattern [14] – Super bulky yarn makes this crochet infinity scarf a quick and easy pattern to work up, plus you’ll have the best accessory for winter wear.


Click here to see the Top 100 Patterns of 2014! [4]


Which crochet patterns will you try in 2015?