Free Pattern Friday: 7 Fun Projects to Work on This Weekend!

Posted by on Nov 15, 2013 in Crocheting, Embroidery, Jewelry Making, Knitting, Paper Crafts, Quilting, Sewing | Comments


It’s Friday and we’re celebrating with more free patterns! From a chic paper pieced block to charming crocheted hair clips, you’ll find inspiring projects for holiday gifts for others…and for yourself! Check out our patterns below and enjoy creating your favorites.

Pieced Quilt, Pattern on Craftsy
Free Pieced Block Pattern

This pretty pieced block is proof that inspiration strikes in the strangest places! Craftsy member Quiet Play dreamed up this paper-pieced design because of her car’s clutch pedal — but no matter why she made it, we’re sure glad she did! Get the pattern.

Cat Sleeping on Plush Pouf, Pattern on Craftsy
Free Plush Pouf Pattern

This free sewing pattern from Craftsy member Ms. Elaineous is a fabulous way to create a cozy addition to your home decor. The plush pouf looks equally lovely in ornate velvet and colorful prints, and retains its shape and style. Get the pattern

Free Neckwarmer Pattern

You’re bound to stay cozy — and stylish — all winter long with the on-trend herringbone neckwarmer pattern from BreannElyse. Get the pattern.

Pretty Pearl Necklace, on Craftsy
Free Pearl Rope Pattern

Finally, an accessory that works with everything you own! Pearls are the perfect complement to a T-shirt and jeans or your little black dress, and this pearl rope pattern from Craftsy member MyAmari lets you whip up an elegant necklace or bracelet with time to spare. Get the pattern.

Embroidered Leaf Pattern, on Craftsy
Free Embroidered Leaves Pattern

Bring the beauty of fall into your home with this autumn-inspired free embroidery pattern from Craftsy member soma1773. Embellish quilts, pillowcases or whatever strikes your fancy with this lovely array of falling leaves. Get the pattern.

Crocheted Hair Clips, Pattern on Craftsy
Free Crocheted Hair Clips Pattern

Sugar, spice — and a little bit of sparkle! These darling hair clips by Craftsy member Connie Lee make a great gift for new moms or any little lady in your life who loves playing dress-up. A strand of glittery yarn woven throughout the crocheted flower design makes them extra special, and best of all, they work up in under an hour!  Get the pattern.

Paper Caddy, Pattern on Craftsy
Free Card Caddy Pattern

Who couldn’t use a chic way to stay organized? Craftsy member NorthernGirl shared the free pattern for this cute card caddy, and with the flood of holiday cards coming up, her timing couldn’t be better! Get the pattern.

Find last week’s roundup free patterns here. And share this post with your friends so they can enjoy these free patterns, too!


Comments

  1. karen leigh stevens says:

    I just wanted to let you know how much I adore this site. Thanks.

  2. shirley aste says:

    where is the pattern for the apron?

    1. Karen Kelty says:

      Hi Shirley!

      The pattern for the apron can be found here: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/sewing/home-decor/peg-apron-tutorial/71837

      I hope this helps! Enjoy!