Mad About Plaid! 10 Free Plaid Crochet Patterns

Plaid is one of the big fall trends this year, and crochet is trending right there beside it. And luckily for those of us with hooks and yarn (and without a trendy budget), there are plenty of free patterns that combine the two! Vintage to brand new, I’ve collected 10 free plaid crochet patterns!

10 Free Plaid #Crochet Patterns!

10 Free Plaid Crochet Patterns

  1. Tartan Plaid Wash Cloths by HappyBerry: Washcloths are the perfect way to try new techniques – like a swatch, but you get something useful when you’re done! And these are too cute! Video tutorial included with the written pattern!Tartan Plaid Wash Cloths :: free plaid crochet pattern!
  2. Woven Scotch Plaid Afghan on Free Vintage Crochet: This vintage pattern dates back to 1947 but has a classic look that’s lasted to 2013 – and well past I reckon! Makes me wish I were going on a picnic! This beautiful version was crocheted by Ravlery user abitknottie!Woven Scoth Plaid Afghan :: free plaid crochet pattern!
  3. Plaid Slouchy Beanie by Patons: Super cute hat pattern sized for todders to big kids!Plaid Slouchy Beanie :: free plaid crochet pattern!
  4. Noro Plaid by Jessica Suzanne, on Make it (Messy): Noro yarn has a beautiful gradient, and this scarf pattern uses it to full advantage!Noro Plaid :: free plaid crochet pattern!
  5. Burberry Baby Blanket by Faythe Saxton, on Amateur Malcontent: Is there any more famous plaid?! And 6 skeins of yarn will run you far less than the “real deal.”Burberry Baby Blanket :: free plaid crochet pattern!
  6. Plaid Baby Blanket by Lion Brand Yarn: The original photo makes it hard to see the plaid, so check the Ravelry gallery for some closeups – it’s a good one!Plaid Baby Blanket :: free plaid crochet pattern!
  7. Country Plaid Placemat by Erica Jackofsky by About.com: The perfect pattern for a country or vintage kitchen!Country Plaid Placemat :: free plaid crochet pattern!
  8. Lumberjack Flannelghan by Michele Shirley on Inspired Crochet Design: This one might have to compete with Burberry for iconic plaid status! Oh this takes me back – specifically to the plaid shirt that belonged to my dad… and that I stole when I went off to college! Wondering if I should make it up to him by making this blanket?Lumberjack Flannelghan :: free plaid crochet pattern!
  9. Plaid Pillow by Red Heart: Use motifs or squares to make a plaid/gingham pattern! Great throw pillow with lots of inspiration for other projects!Plaid Pillow :: free plaid crochet pattern!
  10. Plaid Crochet on Crochet Kitten: Lots of stripes and color changes make this plaid look complicated – luckily there’s a photo tutorial to take you through it!Plaid Crochet :: free plaid crochet pattern!

Are you mad for plaid? Ready for the woven look? Is there a plaid pattern I missed that you think should’ve made the list? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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      Tamara Kelly says

      Sorry about that Heather! It’s fixed but from the time stamp it looks like you’re loading an older, cached version of the page. Try hitting CTRL-SHIFT-R to refresh the page – then you should have the working link. :)

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    says

    Thanks for that round-up! I still have a woven tartan baby blanket that my Grandma has made more than 40 years ago, it’s so special and unique!

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    Tristi K says

    The Lumberjack Flannelghan is a favorite of mine. We have 5 of them in the house and one is covering our Cal King bed. I find it super fast to work up so don’t let the size scare you. I wanna try some of the others tho, plaid is comforting to me :-)

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    Bonnie says

    I would love to try my skills doing your plaid dishcloths, but am unable to print a copy of this pattern, do you have a link where we can download and print the pattern?
    Your patterns are just beautiful and I plan on doing quite a few!

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      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Bonnie! I’m glad you like them but they’re not my patterns. :) If you click on the name of the washcloth pattern and go to that blog post, you can ask the designer about how best to print from her site. :) Thank you!

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