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Free Pattern Friday: Just Wait ‘Til You See This Lineup!

What do a high fashion belt, fabulous French embroidery and a vibrant baby quilt have in common? They’re all free patterns created by Craftsy members just like you! Browse the beauties below and find your weekend project!

Grey Quilt with Various Patterned Blocks
Free Quilting Pattern

Sweet and sophisticated, this free Daisy Baby Quilt pattern features pretty prints and bright colors. Creator Pipers Girls swears it’s so easy to put together, you’ll want to make one for every special occasion!

Oven Mitt with Owl Pattern
Free Sewing Pattern

This adorable, practical oven mitt is a real hoot! We love the cute design and the cheerful owl fabric chosen by Craftsy member Jennifer O.

Knit Leg Warmers
Free Knitting Pattern

Keep your ankles cozy this fall with the free Undercut Legwarmers pattern from Caro Sheridan, instructor of the FREE Craftsy class Pictures to Pixel Quilts. One size fits all!

Red Wire Earrings
Free Jewelry Pattern

Who knew cleaning out your scrap box could have such radiant results? Craftsy member gunadesign created these elegant earrings with some leftover supplies. What a great incentive to get organized!

Labeled Bags of Halloween Candy
Free Paper Crafts Pattern

These tasty bag toppers are a yummy finishing touch for fall treats! Craftsy member Angel Peterson dreamed up this cute project.

Embroidered Handkerchief
Free Embroidery Pattern Trè chic! Craftsy member TeresaDownUnder created these lovely French embroidery patterns to dress up napkins, kitchen towels, or anything else you think needs a touch of je ne sais quoi.

Crocheted Black and Patterned Belt on Mannequin
Free Crochet Pattern

Craftsy member Shelby Allaho created this beautiful belt to accompany her Kyoto Coat, the winning entry in the 2010 Crochet Guild of America design competition. This is one pattern that will ensure you’re always stepping out in style!


If you missed last week’s collection, you can find those free patterns here. Remember to share this post with friends so they can enjoy these free patterns too!



Im looking for a pattern for a door snake to stop a draft. It’s getting very cold on Ireland. Love u site


Paula – I don’t think you really need a pattern. Just measure the width of the door to be covered by the “snake” and then make a tube as wide as you like. I think they are mostly stuffed with sand or rice. Love your country! Been too many years since last there!! Hope this helped!

Terri Stutzman

on the door snake, thanks for the ideal, I never thought about what you would stuff it with but sand or rice sounds like a good idea


I really enjoyed the pics of all the items folks posted. The baby hats and babies were precious. Tonight was my first visit to this site and my broom (computer) is cranky but I will certainly be back.


this is a fun site ….I certainly enjoy it.Jackie


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