Okay……So you are focusing on the fact that Christmas is oh so very near and time is precious. How about I give you something for FREE and all in one place so you don’t have to search for hours? With the help of Craftsy, we have set up a page on their site just for you to check out 12 FREE crochet patterns so we can celebrate winter wonderland together and conquer our Christmas list!
It’s been unseasonably cold (even for Alabama) this year and from some of my fans and my observations in the crochet groups, scarves, cowls and hats seem to be a hot ticket item. I’ve included some patterns that even a beginner could try but could really be a quick and easy project for the expert. Let me show you a few.
Here’s a great one skein Beginner Cowl by Jamine Deal
If slouchy hats are your thing, I think you’ll love this one called the Neely Slouch by Yarn Convections
If you only know how to single crochet….here’s the Chunky Ribbed scarf by Stitching Times
There’s a few more beautiful hats and scarves that I’ve found for you that are easily downloadable from Craftsy. All you’ll need to do is set up a profile (which is easy and FREE). Once you’ve completed that simple step, you just download your pattern. How?
- Click on the pattern you like.
- Click “Add Digital Item to Cart”
- Add to my Patterns
Now it will be on your patterns page when you want to take another look! It’s just that simple.
After you’ve looked over the customized page, you may want to look through their other wonderful patterns offered too. One of the great tools that Craftsy offers is that you can narrow down your search by selecting the Category (such as Crochet), Type of project, (hats, neck, etc), Made for (women, children, etc) and Difficulty (beginner, intermediate, etc). Plus if you look to the right-hand side of the screen you’ll see that you can Sort by: trending, lowest price, etc. Choose lowest price to start looking at all the free patterns!
I hope you’ve enjoyed celebrating winter wonderland with these 12 free crochet patterns on Craftsy….so…..hurry…..Check them out now!
One more thing….If you are a beginner and need a little extra help, you may want to look at the e-Guide for Beginners by Craftsy that I told you about a few weeks ago. It could be a really big help to you!
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This is a sponsored post by Craftsy but all opinions are my own.
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