10 Crazy-Quick Patterns to Stitch With Your Q Hook

Q Hook Crochet Patterns

Crocheters love these Q hook crochet patterns for their quick stitches and instant gratification.

If you’re not familiar with it, the Q hook is one of those giant hooks that you see packaged individually at the craft store. It one of largest of the crochet hooks, and crocheters love Q hook crochet patterns for their quick stitches and instant gratification. We also love Q hook crochet patterns for their bulky, cozy style!

Super bulky yarn pairs well with a Q hook, sure, but these patterns offer plenty of other options for experimenting with different yarn combinations, as well as other unique supplies like T-shirt yarn.

Grab the biggest hook in the bunch and carve out just a few hours to stitch up one of these Q hook crochet patterns for cozy accessories and even some home decor.

Squish Cowl FREE Crochet Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member L. Christmas

1. Squish Cowl

Stitching the cool ridges in this pattern just involves crocheting in the back loop. Never heard of the back loop before? Get our complete guide to crocheting into the back loop for extra help. (We promise it’s easy!)

Prism Necklace FREE Crochet Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member gwengoods

2. Prism Necklace

A pattern as basic as this leaves a lot of room for creativity and personalization. I love how the designer layered the necklaces in the sample above to combine lots of fun colors, but you could stick to one solid color if you want a look that’s more polished. 

TShirt Rug FREE Crochet Tutorial

Photo via Craftsy member SunnieCreations

3. T-Shirt Rug Tutorial

Here’s another great way to use up those old shirts. T-shirt yarn is perfect for rugs since it’s washable and durable. You can even add non-slip material to the back of the rug so you can place it on hardwood floors.

 Crochet Reversible Baby Blanket Pattern

Photo via Craftsy instructor Sheila Zachariae

4. Crochet Reversible Baby Blanket

This blanket features large crochet stitches on one side and a fabric of your choice on the other side. No sewing machine is required to attach the fabric. All the stitches can be sewn by hand as an alternative.

Vintage Inspired Shawl Wrap Crochet Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member timaryart

5. Vintage Inspired Shawl Wrap

The designer adapted this pattern from a turn-of-the-century vintage pattern. The use of the Q hook here means you can stitch this one up in a hurry. Keep it in mind if you have an event coming up and need a quick new accessory!

Bulky Beanie Crochet Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member TheFireflyHook

6. Bulky Beanie

According to the designer, beginners can finish this hat in just two hours, while seasoned crocheters can finish it in under half an hour. Prefer lots of colors to a solid? A variegated yarn would look great, too.

Super Bulky Cowl Crochet Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member Murmee

7. Super Bulky Cowl

Even though this yarn is bulky the loose, the open stitches give you plenty of drape. The designer suggests adding a flower for embellishment. Check out the other photos of the pattern to see a few examples.

Simple White Rag Crochet Basket Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member Deborah Waltz

8. Simple White Rag Crochet Basket

If you have an extra T-shirt in your drawer that you never seem to wear anymore, you can cut it up to make this useful basket. You can even use the basket to store crochet supplies! Get a tutorial for creating T-shirt yarn here.

Super Bulky Shawl Crochet Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member TheFireflyHook

9. Super Bulky Shawl

This versatile piece can be worn as a shawl or a scarf. You can even seam it to create a cowl or infinity scarf, depending on its length. The shawl works just as well for summer as it does for winter, thanks to those large open stitches.

Loop Scarf Cowl Crochet Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member Cuddle Me Knits

10. Loop Scarf Cowl

Once you download this pattern, you’re only 30 minutes away from a cozy accessory. I love the stitch definition of the light-color yarn shown here, but this would be beautiful in darker colors, too — especially if those colors complement your outerwear.

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