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Uppercase Alphabet Crochet Motifs

from Hi, Jenny Brown
(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Uppercase Alphabet Crochet Motifs
Uppercase Alphabet Crochet Motifs
Uppercase Alphabet Crochet Motifs
Uppercase Alphabet Crochet Motifs

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet, crochet in back of chain and in different directions

Pattern Description:

From now until December 31, $1 from every item sold will be donated to Action Against Hunger (, an organization that provides clean drinking water, nutrition assistance, and emergency services around the world. For more information on other ways Hi, Jenny Brown is giving back during the holidays, visit

Make your crocheted and knit projects even better by personalizing them with this easy-to-follow patterns. You can use the finished motifs for appliqu on pillows, blankets, banners, garland - or any other yarn project. They're also great for Etsy sellers who wanted to embellish the items in their shop. Finished pieces are approximately 4 inches tall by 3.5 inches wide. This pattern includes written instructions (no charts) to crochet every letter of the uppercase alphabet.

Thank you so much for looking and have a great day!

Please note: Any sale or distribution (electronically or mechanically) of this pattern, in whole or in part, is prohibited. Please feel free to sell items made from this pattern. For more information, email 2013 (c) Jenny Brown

Photos by Erin Markan.


Gauge is not crucial for this pattern. Use consistent tension and materials for projects with multiple pieces.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • largest pieces are 4" x 4", although most are 4" tall by 3.5" wide


  • 200 yards worsted weight yarn, size g crochet hook

You Will Also Need:

  • scissors, tapestry needle, stitch markers or safety pins

Suggested yarn:

200 yards of Worsted weight

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My awesome mom, who is left-handed, taught herself to crochet right-handed so she could easily pass the craft on to me. Ever since, I've been hooked (on crochet and puns).

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