Crochet is such a fun and relaxing hobby. Whether you are new to the craft, coming back to it after spending some time away, or you’ve been crocheting all your life, you’re certain to spark your creativity with these five easy crochet patterns.
Half-Double Crochet Dishcloth
This simple dishcloth is perfect for all your leftover dishcloth cotton yarns. Grab 7 colors and with half double crochet stitches and easy increases, you can have a happy washcloth for your home in just an hour or two!
This pattern by Corrina Ferguson is available for free on our website.
This cowl uses an easy, lacy crochet stitch pattern along with several different crochet hook sizes to make this stylish cowl. Mary Beth Temple stitched hers in an extra-warm alpaca yarn, making it the perfect accessory for cold winter days. Tuck it into your coat when you’re off to the yarn shop!
The Twisty Cowl pattern by Mary Beth Temple is available in our pattern shop.
Crocheting toys and stuffies is a great way to get familiar with the craft. In the class, Amigurumi: Woodland Animals, crochet designer Stacey Trock teaches your all the basics of making amigurumi projects. All the projects in the class are simple and beginner-friendly, but the bird is especially cute, cuddly, and easy.
You can learn to make this bird in the class Amigurumi: Woodland Animals.
Making granny squares is a staple for many crocheters. But the granny square technique goes beyond just a square or rectangle. In this premium video, crochet designer Corrina Ferguson teaches you how to make this adorable granny heart.Check out the premium video here to learn how to make the granny heart.
Crocheted toys are so often an easy and relaxing project to stitch. Typically worked in single crochet with increases and decreases, it’s a great place to start on your crochet journey. This Toy Bunny, designed by Mister Domestic, is adorable and amazingly simple to make.
This pattern is available for free on our website.
What is your favorite easy pattern to crochet?