You might already know that you can get great deals on yarn and crochet classes, but did you know that you can also get Free Crochet Patterns on Craftsy? It’s true, and there are some fantastic ones, all from indie designers. Here’s how to get to the freebies, and some of the ones to look out for while you’re there!
So you’ve read all about the great Craftsy Classes and great Project Kits, and now I want to tell you how to get free crochet patterns on Craftsy! Once you sign up for a free Craftsy account, you click on the Patterns tab at the top right of the page. Then choose Crocheting on the left and Sort By Lowest Price on the right. And voila! You can also click on the Top 20 Free Crocheting Patterns to check those out!
All the patterns are hosted right on Craftsy, so you don’t have to leave the site to get them. After you click on the pattern you want, click on the big orange Add Digital Pattern to Cart button.
From there, choose to add it to your Patterns, and then anytime you go to the My Patterns page of your profile, you can download them right to your computer! Download them right away, or leave them in your personal library until your’re ready to crochet them! You’ll also get an email, so you won’t miss out on your new freebie.
The free patterns that are hosted on Craftsy are by independent designers – both the freebies and the paid patterns. Craftsy is great about supporting independent artists, as there are no fees for listing or selling!
One of my favorite free crochet patterns you’ll find on Craftsy is the Harriett Square from Gourmet Crochet – which would be a fantastic addition to any Moogly Crochet-a-long blankets!
I also love the Little Sister Hat, by Linda Permann – I met Linda at the Knit and Crochet Show in Manchester this year and it was so exciting! Such a gorgeous pattern from a talented designer!
And how beautiful are these Basic Baby Booties by MellonyBe? So sweet!
Another favorite is this free baby blanket crochet pattern from Annmarie’s Crochet Blog! I love love love the modern color palette and geometric design!
I could point out amazing free crochet patterns all day (after all… that’s kind of what I do!) but I know you’re eager to get started poking around for yourself, so I’ll just share one more – the Bulky Mountains by Dapper Toad. These just make me so happy. These throw pillows are fun, whimsical, and I need about 15 of them on my couch right now.
So if you love free crochet patterns – and if you’re here on Moogly, I’m betting you do! – then go check out the 2000+ Free Crochet Patterns on Craftsy! Then come back here and share your favorites!
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