10 Free Beginner Friendly Crochet Patterns

10 Free Beginner Friendly Crochet Patterns
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Today I am bringing to you 10 free beginner crochet patterns that are also perfect stash busters.

Bonus!!! You can get ALL of these patterns as free pdf downloads using the special coupon code between 22nd and 28th February 2022.

How do I get my free PDF patterns?

The answer to that is easy.

  1. Make a note of the coupon code you need for this week (see below)
  2. Scroll down and check out the patterns that are available free this week
  3. Click on the photos of the ones you would like
  4. If you do not go straight to Ravelry for your download, scroll the designer’s post until you see the Download now button. It looks like this:

the button you need looks like this


Please make sure you use this button – Etsy does not allow free patterns and there is only one place you can get each pdf free from for each designer. It may not always be Ravelry!

5. Use the code to get your free PDF Pattern

6. Come back here and get another one!




The coupon code

This week the code you need is LETSCROCHET



Click the pictures below to be taken to the patterns.



The Roundup:

Simple Scarf by Carroway Crochet

This one will work up super quickly with a 16mm hook and #6 weight yarn!

It’s the perfect simple autumn and winter accessory.


Farmhouse Washcloth by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

Use the paired single crochet stitch (don’t worry – we have a video tutorial if you are new to it!) to create the Farmhouse dishcloth which also makes a great washcloth. The paired single crochet stitch is quite a dense one so it will hold up to a lot of scrubbing!

Fish Amigurumi by Loops and Love Crochet

How cute is this one??

I have plenty of scraps in my scrap bucket that would be perfect for this pattern! What about giving them as class gifts or party favours?

Barista Mug Cozy by Crochets by Trista

I love the simple elegance of these cozies!

As someone who drinks a lot of warm drinks I can never have too many of these!

Customise them to the colour scheme of your home and they will be perfect for keeping or gifting. These are a great unisex gift idea. And they make great teacher gifts etc too.

Modern Infinity Granny Scarf by Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’

I have actually made this one already! This is an older pattern from Raelynn but it is a great one. It works up quickly and is perfect for those DK (#3 weight) yarns.

I made mine with part of a left over cake and it looked fantastic. It was quickly claimed by a relative!

Waterlily Washcloth by Simply Melanie Jane

The texture in these washcloths is just so pretty and because the stitches are larger it will work up in no time.

Cool Everyday Scarf by Pam’s Cozy Corner

I often forget how pretty projects can turn out when you just use the very basic stitches in a simple way.

This is one of those projects that makes me appreciate those basic stitches even more.

Simple Cotton pouch by Creations by Courtney.

Pouches are so handy for a lot of things! Use it as a coin purse, stitch marker pouch, keep your earphones in it or maybe a couple of crayons to keep the kids occupied while you are out and about.

How will you use yours?

Rhapsody Headband by Pine Tree Crochet

This pattern is a great quick gift idea, an ideal stash buster, and a super make it for me project!

Rapunzel’s Braided Scarf by Once upon a Cheerio

You can see why this one was named after Rapunzel!

This is such a unique looking scarf. I’ve added it to my must makes list!



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