Free Pattern Friday: Quilting, Knitting, Crochet & More

Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Crocheting, Embroidery, Jewelry Making, Knitting, Paper Crafts, Quilting, Sewing | Comments


TGIF! Let’s kick off the weekend with another wonderful roundup of free patterns from talented indie designers from all over the world. From a cute quilted scarf to a scrap-busting clutch, amigurumi owls, and more, download your favorites now!

Grey Knit Hat with Maroon Ribbon Bow
Free Knitting Pattern

The free Poppy pattern by Justine Turner is a sweet little cloche to knit for the little ladies in your life. The pattern comes in seven sizes for infants and little girls.

Multicolored Quilted Scarf
Free Quilting Pattern

Proudly wear your quilting this fall and winter with the free Winter Scarf pattern by Cyrille. Perfect for the cold months ahead!

Floral Patterned Clutch
Free Sewing Pattern

Use up your leftover fabrics and add a lovely accessory to your wardrobe with the free Fold Over Clutch pattern by Pattern Runway.

Blue and Gold Woven, Beaded Bracelets
Free Jewelry Pattern

Customize the free Woven and Wrapped Bracelet pattern by LaBellaJoya in any colors you like. Wear one alone, or make several and stack them for a fun and funky look!

Patterned Envelope with Letter Inside
Free Paper Crafts Pattern

Repurpose your old magazines with the free Mini Mag Envelope pattern by Cosmic Girl.

Key on Fishbowl Keychain
Free Embroidery Pattern

Use the free Fishbowl Keychain pattern by The Imperfectionary to make a cute little key fob, an ornament or a magnet.

Crocheted Yellow and Pink Owls
Free Crochet Pattern 

The free Small Owls Amigurumi pattern by Sidrun is an adorable project to make for the young and the young at heart!

We’ll be back next week with more free patterns! If you missed last week’s collection, you can find those free patterns here.

Comments

  1. Arline Ouellette says:

    I enjoy knitting, crocheting and sewing. I make handbags of all sizes and getting free patterns for free is wonderful.

  2. rhonda says:

    I love the craftsy website for knitting however I can’t knit anymore do to a tremor. So now I use a knitting loom. I don’t suppose you could post patterns for a loom could you?
    Thank you.
    Rhonda