Whether you have lived in the same town your whole life or moved more times than you can even count, there’s no denying that your hometown holds an extra special place in your heart. Show off your state pride with any one of these state-inspired crochet patterns!
Big Sky Montana Scarf: This big blue crochet scarf will remind you of the beautiful Montana skies.
Wisconsin Dairyland Hat: You’ll feel right at home among the cows in this crochet cow hat.
Arizona Desert Scarf: The bold, beautiful colors of the Southwest landscape are celebrated in this free crochet scarf pattern.
New Mexico Navajo Lapghan: Cozy up on the couch with this New Mexico-inspired crocheted afghan.
California’s Favorite Granny Square: Nothing feels like California living quite like pretty palm trees everywhere you go!
New York City Coaster: If you call New York your home, bring a piece of the “big apple” into your kitchen with this easy crochet coaster.
Big Stitch Texas Rugs: They say everything is bigger in Texas, just like these Big Stitch Alpaca Rugs!
Florida’s Favorite Sea Cow: Celebrate your home state’s favorite mammal with this free crochet pattern: the manatee!
Georgia Peach Baby Afghan: The soft, peach color of this adorable crocheted baby blanket will remind of you of the peach trees back home.
Washington DC Cherry Blossom Scarf: You’ll feel right at home wearing this Cherry Blossom-inspired crochet scarf.
Chicago Blackhawks Crocheted Afghan: Show your love for Chicago’s favorite hockey team with this Blackhawk Afghan.
Garden State Shawl: New Jersey is also known as the Garden State, so pay homage to your hometown with this Garden Patch Wrap.
Alaskan Eskimo Baby Hat: Keep your baby warm as the Alaskan eskimos with this free crochet hat pattern.
Colorado’s Essential Hat: If you’re heading home to hit the slopes this year, don’t forget your crocheted Cozy Cable Hat.
PLUS… Enter to win a copy of Blue Ribbon Afghans from America’s State Fairs! We are giving away one copy of Blue Ribbon Afghans from America’s State Fairs to one lucky winner. It’s a great book that features 45 prize-winning crochet designs from all over the country. Each one of these stunning patterns has been awarded the blue ribbon prize at various state fairs. Each region of the country is represented including the Northeast, Midwest, deep South, and far West. Enter here for your chance to win; the contest ends October 13, 2013.