Free Pattern Friday Goes Great With Pumpkin Pie!

Whether you’re getting ready to tuck into a leftover turkey sandwich or preparing your game face for Black Friday bargain hunting, don’t forget to make time for these fantastic free patterns! We’ve rounded up seven black-and-white crafts that are sure to come in handy for the holiday season — check them out below.

Leftovers + free patterns = pure joy

#1
View FREE pattern »
Pinwheel Cushion Pattern

Pinwheel Cushion Pattern

Even M.C.Escher would’ve been impressed by this dimensional design! Sew this eye-catching pillow with a variety of pieced pinwheels.

#2
View FREE pattern »
Sash Handbag Sewing Pattern

Sash Handbag Sewing Pattern

There’s no such thing as having too many totes! Sew up this cute, versatile carryall in your favorite fabric, and bring your belongings along in style.

#3
View FREE pattern »
Beth Cardigan Knitting Pattern

Beth Cardigan Knitting Pattern

Cozy up to chic style with this free knitting pattern! Work up this flattering cardigan in a soft, sumptuous yarn, for a gorgeous garment you won’t want to take off.

#4
View FREE pattern »
Mama’s Easy Slouch Hat Crochet Pattern

Mama’s Easy Slouch Hat Crochet Pattern

Top off any look with this cute cap! This crochet project works up quickly and easily, and makes a great stocking stuffer.

#5
View FREE pattern »
Wire-Wrapped Beaded Pendant Pattern

Wire-Wrapped Beaded Pendant Pattern

Here’s the perfect pattern to try while you’re recovering from too many helpings of green bean casserole! This fun, fast project requires minimal supplies, and is easy to do while you’re enjoying some downtime.

#6
View FREE pattern »
Cat Alphabet Embroidery Pattern

Cat Alphabet Embroidery Pattern

What a purr-fect project for fans of felines! These adorable embroidery leters would be a great addition to a present for the cat lover in your life.

#7
View FREE pattern »
Gift Tag Ornament Paper Craft Pattern

Gift Tag Ornament Paper Craft Pattern

Add a custom touch to holiday gifts with these enchanting tags! We love that they double as ornaments, and make every present feel more personal.

Discussion
  • (will not be published)

No Comments