7 Crochet Curtains to Dress Up Every Window in Your Home

Dress up every window in your home with hook and yarn. Whether you like country chic or clean, contemporary lines, colorful graphic designs or simple monochromatic lace, there’s a crochet pattern out there that will make the perfect curtains for your home. Check out these seven crochet curtain patterns and pick one for every room!

Filet Crochet Curtains

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1. Coffee Curtains

This crochet curtain set has two parts, one for the top of the window and the other for the bottom. On the bottom, you’ll see coffee pots and the saying “fresh coffee served here,” while on the top you’ve got a repeating motif of coffee beans. It’s cute kitchen kitsch done in filet crochet.

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crochet birds curtain

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2. Birds Pretty Crochet Curtain

This Bluprint designer specializes in graphic patterns that can be recreated in filet crochet, many of which are available as designs for crochet curtains. This bird design repeats in vertical panels for an unexpected curtain that could work in any room. Make each bird in a different color for an even more eye-catching design.

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peacocks crochet curtain

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3. Regal Peacocks Lace Curtain

Claudia Botterweg takes vintage crochet patterns and updates them. This one was originally designed by Olive F. Ashcraft as an antimacassar but has been recreated by Claudia to become a new crochet curtain. You’ll find charted and written instructions for this filet crochet curtain pattern.

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pineapple crochet curtains pattern

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4. Pineapple Curtain

The pineapple crochet motif is a popular design that has a vintage feel but can look amazingly contemporary when surrounded by the right decor. That means this is another crochet curtain pattern that will work in any room of the house. The size of the finished curtain is adjustable, varying with the number of pineapple motifs made.

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crochet window treatments pattern

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5. Easy Crocheted Window Treatments

This is a great beginner crochet curtain pattern, as it uses chain stitches and single crochet stitches together to make a simple mesh pattern that filters the light nicely as it comes through the window. There’s a crochet valance for the top of the window and panels on the side.

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fish crochet curtain

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6. Gone Fishin’ Valance

This crochet valance pattern features a life-sized rainbow trout in its design. It works in kitchens, but would also be cute in a den, family room, nursery or even a bathroom. The size of the pattern is adjustable, with instructions included for altering the size of the finished crochet curtain.

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ascot valance

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7. Ascot Valance

This is a simple crochet pattern that uses only single crochet and half double crochet stitches. It is created in panels, which are later stitched together. It also includes instructions for the hanging balls as decorative fringe. The Ascot Valance pattern can be purchased individually or as part of the Dusky Rooster kitchen set, which includes matching patterns for a potholder, coasters, a grocery bag holder and cozies for the blender, toaster and can opener.

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Crochet curtains are a lot of fun to make and they create a huge style impact for your home. However, if you don’t want to crochet a whole curtain, you could also consider making crochet curtain tie-backs; there are plenty of Bluprint patterns for adorable ways to hold curtains back, too.

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3 Responses to “7 Crochet Curtains to Dress Up Every Window in Your Home”

  1. Eva Jung

    You should probably get rid of this page since not a single link to a pattern works. What happened to Craftsy?