I’ve teamed up with some of the most talented makers in the crochet/knit community to bring you new free pattern each day this week! These patterns are perfect for St. Patrick’s and really anytime of the year. Just keep coming back to this post to check on the other makers links below to see if their freebie is live on their blogs yet. You definiently don’t want to miss out on this! The first Free pattern to go live is over on Life and Yarns Blog.
With Paddy’s Day right around the corner how about some super cute and fun free St. Patrick Day themed crochet patterns. I definitely love getting in the spirit of any holiday especially with my strong Irish background. Plus anytime I get to make something rainbow I get even more excited to start my wip. I hope you enjoy this pattern freebie and check out the other amazing makers who will be releasing a free pattern on their blogs in the links below. I mean who doesn’t love free fun projects or stash busters!
Below are the available free patterns on these ladies blogs! Check back to these links for the next ones to go live!
- 3.3.2019 Canan Cabled Headband by Life and Yarn
- 3.4.2019 Pattern by: Divine Debris
- 3.5.2019 Pattern by: A Crafty Concept
- 3.6.2019 Pattern by: Me, See below for pattern freebie!
- 3.7.2019 Pattern by: Evelyn and Peter
- 3.8.2019 Pattern by: Hooked Hazel
- 3.10.2019 Pattern by: Coco Crochet Lee
- 3.11.2019 Pattern by3amgracedesigns
- 3.12.2019 Pattern by: https://www.gethookedupcrochet.com/
The Pufftin rug By: Crazy4CrochetMomma Crazy4CrochetMomma@gmail.com
Materials: Bulky yarn (5) 5 skeins of Bernat Maker Outdoor Yarn in Deep Sea Teal and Citrus Green, Sunshine Yellow, Oranges, and Beach Red. 12 mm hook Large eye tapestry needle for weaving in ends. One size.
Crochet terms: Ch- Chain SC – Single crochet. Ch 1 – Chain 1. BS- Bobble Stitch (Yarn over and pull through so that you have three loops on your hook, next yarn over pull through the first TWO loops, yarn over insert hook in same stitch, yarn over pull through first two loops, yarn over insert hook in same stitch, yarn over and pull through first two hoops, yarn over insert hook in same stitch, yarn over and pull through first 2 loops, you should now have 5 loops total, yarn over and pull through all 5 loops.) (Make sure you do this for a total of 4 times and ending with 5 loops on your hook and yarn over and pull through all 5 loops.) Do not ch 1.
Start of Rug:
Row 1. Ch 56, Sc in second ch from hook and in each chain across, ch 1, turn. (55)
Row 2. BS in same stitch as ch 1, sc in next, BS in next, sc in next, repeat across, ch 1, turn. (55)
Row 3. SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn. (55)
Row 4. BS in same stitch as ch 1, sc in next, BS in next, sc in next, repeat across, ch 1, turn. (55)
Row 5-50- Repeat rows 3 and 4. (55) Make sure if changing colors change to alternate color every 10 rows. You’ll have 10 rows of each color if doing a rug like pictured in pattern.
Fringe: Cut 15, 12 inch strands in each color. Take 3 strands for each tassel following instructions below and add to the ends of the rug.
PATTERN COPYRIGHT: Please do not copy, redistribute or sell my pattern in any way. You are very welcome to sell your finished rug. You may not use my pictures and pass them off as your own for they are my property. Thank you so much!