Free Pattern Friday: Free Patterns for You!

Posted by on May 31, 2013 in Crocheting, Embroidery, Jewelry Making, Knitting, Paper Crafts, Quilting, Sewing | Comments


We’re so excited today is Friday, which means it’s time to celebrate the end of an amazing week. We hope you’ll enjoy our fresh roundup of fabulous free patterns created by the best independent designers from around the world. From a gorgeous large shawl, to cheerful coasters, a recipe box, and more, download the ones you like. Plus, share this post with your friends so they can enjoy all these lovely free patterns too! In case you missed them, catch last week’s free patterns here.

free knitting pattern
Free Knitting Pattern

This lovely large triangular shawl from member Holly Chayes Designs was inspired by the apple orchards of New England. Get the Malus Domestica pattern for free here.

free quilt block
Free Quilting Block Pattern

Create an adorable, yet realistic, forest creature with the free Squirrel Paper Pieced Block pattern by DuringQuietTime. Top him off with a vintage button eye.

free sewing pattern
Free Sewing Pattern

Whip up a wise family in no time with the free Sew Wise Owl Pillow Pattern by Foot Loose. This mama, papa, sister and brother are baby friendly and make great companions for little ones. Or can be used as bookends.

ring tutorial
Free Jewelry Pattern

This chic delicate beaded ring is even easy for beginners to create. Download the free Slim Ring Tutor pattern by Assza Jewelrymania.

free paper craft pattern
Free Paper Crafts Pattern

Create the perfect gift for the home chef in your life with the free Recipe Box gift set pattern by NorthernGirl. Then customize it with unique labels, and add a few recipes to top it off.

Free Embroidery Pattern
Free Embroidery Pattern

Add a tropical touch to your little one’s outfit (or lunch sack!) with this free Turtle Flower pattern by b-quilts! This embroidery design is the perfect introduction to machine embroidery applique using pre-cut or die cut shapes. 

free crochet coaster pattern
Free Crochet Pattern

Bring joy to any table in your home with the free cheerful Daisy Coaster pattern by Doni S. These little decorations are a great way to use up your leftover yarn. Plus, incorporate any colors you’d like to customize them!

Come back to the Craftsy blog next Friday for more free patterns to enjoy over the weekend.

In case you missed it last week, find even more (over 24,000!) lovely knitting and crochet projects by downloading the Craftsy Knitting and Crochet Patterns App: a FREE catalog of beautiful patterns from Craftsy independent designers around the world!

Comments

  1. Pam says:

    How do I print the free patterns?

  2. linda kirby says:

    love your page, thanks.

  3. Beverly Pearson says:

    I can’t see the pattern directions for the coaster

  4. Carole Begley says:

    I can’t get the pattern directions for the coaster daisy. I went to the site and it shows the daisy coaster but no instructions. How do I get the pattern?

    1. Joyce says:

      I love the daisy coasters,they are so nice , I love to have the patteren ,thank you so very much .

  5. von57 says:

    I enjoy your patterns and the chance to see what other crafter’s are interested in or what is new.
    I try new things out and experiment on my own too. Most items I make are for others I rarely make something for myself. I’ve made baby close and booties, afghans and baby blankets. Mittens, hats, a sweater, scarves, butterfly accessories,and other animal accessories for pins and hair ribbon or bows, all done in crochet,

  6. JOANN THOMAS says:

    looks like there is something for all crafters

    Looks like there is something for all crafters, which is great for me

  7. Betty Marinello says:

    I just subscribed to this site and purchased a pattern, was hoping the get the daisy coaster free. Thanks Betty

  8. Millie Card says:

    you have some really beautiful patterns.

  9. Priscilla Durrell says:

    Would love to receive these patterns!! Thank you!

  10. Carol O says:

    Great Freebies! Thanks for sharing.