It’s finally Friday, and here at Craftsy, daylight saving time has us ready to spring ahead, bringing you a fresh batch of fantastic patterns. We’ve rounded up some of our absolute favorites, including a stunning knit hood scarf, with colors inspired by the American West, and a Virginia Reel quilted pillow pattern that will make you want to get up and dance. So what are you waiting for? Use the extra daylight and get crafting!
Another awesome way to repurpose your scraps! With this quilting pattern, you can create an adorable Virginia Reel pillow with nothing more than a pile of colorful fabrics. Craftsy member Amanda Murphy has given us a pillow worthy of a true Southern belle!
Free Newsboy Style Hat Pattern Top off your week with this trendy newsboy cap from Waffle Patterns. It’s fun to make and wear! Whether sewing for yourself or a friend, this Gatsby-style flat cap is sure to please.
Inspired by the beautiful serenity of the American West, the colors and style of this hooded scarf make it a dreamy addition to every outfit. This pattern from Craftsy member vcatherall is so beautiful, there’s no way you can turn it down as your next knitting project!
Learn how to wire-wrap gorgeous beach glass to create a pendant necklace. This easy free pattern (with tutorial!) from Gayle Bird will show you all the steps along the way to creating stunning jewelry using glass you can find in nature.
Check out this great free pattern for a single crocheted hat. Craftsy member GaBoSocks‘ perfectly simple crocheted hat uses I-cord to create a fold, giving the hat a darling 1930s vibe.
Craftsy member Elefanz brings another great free embroidery pattern with her STITCH design. Follow along with the backstitch tutorial and pattern. Your end result will be a perfect design to add to your sewing kit accessories!
Looking for a little extra organization in your life? These free printable journaling cards will do the trick. ASouthernLadysR brings us this fun and functional pattern for creating anything from a scrapbook page to a journaling project. They even fit in Project Life pages!