I can't be the only one who sticks crochet hooks into pattern books as bookmarks, am I? And then looses both the hook and the place in the book? Well I suppose I ought to put the hooks to better use... making these 10 free crochet bookmark patterns!
10 Free Crochet Bookmark Patterns
Click on the names of the patterns you like to go to their pattern pages
Michelle's Bookworm Recipe by Michelle B., on Ravelry: A true vintage classic! But still so fun!
Cat Bookmark by Justyna Kacprzak, on Cute and Kaboodle, via the Internet Archive: Cat lovers who read? Hey now, reading is fundamental!
Gecko Bookmark by Lion Brand Yarn: He can't save you money on car insurance, but he can save your place at bedtime!
Book Thong by Donna Hulka, on Crochet Me, via Internet Archive: I love how dressy this is with the right bead!
Crochet Leaf Bookmark by Olga Poltava, on Lacy Crochet Blog: This is gorgeous! A wonderful gift for a book lover!
Nyan Cat Bookmark by Justyna Kacprzak Cute and Kaboodle, via the Internet Archive: Best reading plus rainbow ever!
Matrioska Bookmark by Bigú Handmade: In both Spanish and English and cute! And with a photo tutorial!
Elephant Bookmark by Katie Young, on Ravelry: Love love love this one! "Never forget" your place!
Birdy Paperclip Bookmark by Suzanne Crea, on Crea in the City: Love the addition of the bookmark, and the whole this is so tweet!
Just My Cup of Tea Bookmark by Alisha Simmons, on Ravelry: Delicious, and adorable! I know just who I'd make these for!
I hope you've enjoyed this bookmark roundup! I love reading, though I haven't quite figured out how to read and crochet at the same time! But any of these would make amazing gifts paired with a great book, and their size makes them perfect projects for hot summer days and nights. If you have a roundup request, let me know in the comments or shoot me an email!
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Not free, but you have to see Justyna's unravelled sheep bookmark too 😀
They are all fabulous but I especially love the two tiny teacups! They are adorable and they evoke a nice relaxing setting for reading a great novel!
😀 Thank you Mad!
Read and crochet? Almost. Audio books give you the best of both worlds. No bookmarks required!
They are so cute!! What a wonderful selection!! Thank you! Love the unravelled sheep below too! <3
Oh, and there's another free model by Katie Young in Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/little-owl-bookmark
I am obsessed with sheep! Do you have any sheep/lamb patterns? I love your round ups!
😀 Thank you Ginny! I think you'll like this: https://www.mooglyblog.com/crochet-sheep-patterns/
Love, love, LOVE the gecko and the bookworms! And the thong one... and the birdy one.... Thank you - that's several more Christmas gift ideas sorted, hurrah! :O) Lx