Summer Solstice Event
The Summer Solstice events organised by The Loop Hole Fox between 20th-24th June 2020. It featured 25 designers who have gave you a FREE PDF Pattern that you would have otherwise had to pay for! I know that we have been participated in a lot of these events during the summer of 2020, but we think you all deserved it. The world was tipped on its head for many of us, and in more ways than one. So participating in these events was our way of supporting you guys. Crochet was keeping many of us grounded and steady and we wanted to support that any way we can. If a free pattern round-up makes life a little easier during these times and helps you to organise for things like Christmas etc then that too is great!
So we decided to keep the patterns as a reminder and a round up for you!
Many of these patterns have free versions on the designers’ blogs so you can still get to make lots of them with a free version! Just click on the photo of the pattern you want to make to find out if it is still free!
If the designer does not have a blog you will be directed immediately to the pattern.
Are you ready to browse the patterns?? Then keep scrolling ….
1. The Gingham Tote Bag from The Loop Hole Fox
This is a perfect summer accessory and will look great in any colour way! Have your tried a gingham pattern before? Its not as difficult as it looks and the effect is beautiful. You can find this pattern here.
2. The Boho Goddess Kimono Cardigan by Itchin’ for some Stitchin’
I love the simplicity and coziness of these cardigans. This one is great for the spring and summer. You can find it here.
3. The Rainbow Crown Pattern by Green Fox Farms Designs
Every prince and princess needs a crown! And this one is perfect. Check it out here.
4. Sunglasses case by Pine Tree Crochet
These patterns make great scrap busters and are always so useful! You don’t have to use them for glasses. You can find this one here.
5. Mason Jar Covers from Crafting Each Day
These mason jar covers are just so pretty! They would look great on any table inside or outside and look great with a bunch of flowers! Find the pattern here.
6. Hairpin Lace Dreamcatcher by Raffamussa Designs
This is so pretty! It would look great in any room. It would also make a great gift to help decorate dorm rooms. Surely every girl and lady would love one of these? You can find the pattern here.
7. Lace Ivory Bralette by Carroway Crochet
This is a sweet pattern. unfortunately I probably don’t have the figure to pull it off LOL but I know plenty of people who would and would love this! Check it out here.
8. The Vintage Lace Shawl from Hanjan Crochet
This shawl is full of texture and I love the way that it has been created in blocks. It gives the shawl a different and relaxed feel. You can find this pattern here.
9. Boho Arrow Tapestry Crochet pattern by Ned and Mimi
If you have been wanting to try tapestry crochet this would be a good project to start you off as it isn’t as big as a pillow or throw. I love the effect that Sara was going for with this one! Grab the pattern here.
10. Premier Shawl Pattern by Hooked by Janet
This lacy shawl is another one that is perfect for your spring and summer wardrobe and will even take you into the fall nicely if you use it as a scarf! I love patterns that you can use all year round. You can find this one here.
11. Crochet Basket by Fosbas Designs
A basket always comes in handy around the home and in the car! I’ve seen some pretty ones made from this pattern while Susanna was testing it! Check out this one here.
12. The Susan Tote from Sunflower Cottage Crochet
This pattern is so easy to accessorise and make your own. Use appliqués, ribbon, felt, buttons or leave it as it is. This one comes with a video tutorial on how to do the sedge stitch if that is new to you. Its a really gorgeous stitch that deserved to be showcased in a tote. Find out more about it and grab the pattern here.
13. Chic Shopper Tote bag by King and Eye
This bag is made using t-short yarn and a 12 mm hook. Its a bag that will hold all of your essentials plus a bit more! Find out more about it here.
14. Sun Showers Wall hanging by Noors Knits
This pattern combines Tunisian Crochet and cross stitch. It’s becoming more and more popular to mi your crafts and this pattern is a lovely example of how this can done! Find out more here.
15. Summer of Love tank top by Joe Crafty Hook
This top is cute! Joey creates some lovely designs. You can find this one here.
16. Mug Rugs by Canoe Mountain Designs
I have actually tested a lot of Audrey’s patterns, although not this one! This one is another great scrap busting project and has a lot of texture. Grab this pattern here.
17. Wishing Well Shawl by Needle Klankers
A nice shawl pattern makes a great gift for most people. This triangle shawl is great because just your colour choice can change the feel of the piece. I also like that the tip of the shawl isn’t too severe on this one …. it flows nicely and looks so delicate and pretty. You can find it here.
18. Bamboo Mini Crop from Brittany Alice Crochet
Brittany creates a lot of beautiful modern crochet garments. You can find her Bamboo Mimi Crop here.
19. Butterfly Flip Flops by My Fingers Fly
Decorate those plain flip flops with this cute pattern. It uses only a tiny bit of cotton yarn and looks so cute! Check it out here.
20. Summer Romance Top by Blue Star Crochet
This is a really nice summer top pattern. I love that the texture flows vertically on this one so it is flattering. Definitely on my to make list! Grab it here.
21. Summer Nights Shawl by Three Fates Creations
This shawl has a lovely lacy look to it and looks like it would be a quick make. Another one that would make a great idea! Find the pattern here.
22. In the Forest of the Night Cardi by Desamour Designs
Another must have for your wardrobe! You can check it out and get the pattern here.
23. Garden Kerchief by No Hooks Given
These kerchiefs are having some what of a resurgence lately. I must admit that they look cute and double up as a headband and protection from the sun! Find this pattern here.
24. Flower Face Scrubbies by Made by Gootie
Agat is another designer that I really like. If you have participated in the Summer Stitch Along you may already have this pattern. But if not you can find it here.
25. Amigurumi Whale by Yarnhild
Last but certainly not least is this sweet whale pattern. It is another one that is a great introduction to amigurumi if you have not tried it yet! Will you gift yours or put it in the bathroom as a sweet decoration? Get the pattern here.
So there you have it! The 25 fabulous patterns that featured in the Summer Solstice giveaway!