If your hobbies are to read and crochet, you can combine them and use your own handmade crochet bookmark to save your place in your next read. In this post, I’m sharing 15 free crochet bookmark patterns.
As a note, the bookworm listed in this roundup isn’t a bookmark, but an “assistant for reading.” I thought that this was the cutest thing and something that a book lover would like to crochet.
Crochet Bookmark Patterns
Check out this wonderful collection of 15 free crochet bookmark patterns.
1. Bookworm – Child’s Assistant for Reading
This isn’t a bookmark, but a book buddy. The crochet bookworm will make a great handmade gift for a child who loves to read. Get the pattern from Crazy Patterns.
2. Rainbow Bookmark
My goodness, isn’t this the cutest rainbow bookmark? I actually have plans on making one of these for myself. I can’t get over how cute it is! Get the pattern from Yum Yarn on Ravelry.
3. Little Boxes Crochet Bookmarks
Here’s a simple coaster pattern created using basic crochet stitches. That means it’s very beginner-friendly and works up quickly. Have fun creating these in multiple colors. Get the pattern from Crochet ‘n’ Create.
4. Cupcake Bookmark
If you make money crocheting, I have a feeling that these cupcake bookmarks would be a bestseller for your shop. The pattern designer allows you to sell your finished product if you give them credit as the designer and use your own photos. Get the pattern from Yum Yarn.
5. Celebration Bookmarks
These celebration bookmarks may look complicated, but they’re actually pretty easy once you get the hang of it. The addition of the ribbons really make these bookmarks stand out. Get the pattern from Draiguna.
6. Crochet Flamingo
This pattern is listed as a flamingo applique; however, I think that this would make a great bookmark. I think it would be cool if you made this using different colors like purple or red. Get the pattern from Golden Lucy Crafts.
7. Harry Potter Inspired Bookmarks
If you’re a Harry Potter fan, you have to make yourself a Harry Potter inspired bookmark. Obviously, you’ll be making your bookmark based on your House. I’m a proud Hufflepuff, how about you? Get the pattern from Left in Knots.
8. Fan Bookmark
Who knew bookmarks could look so elegant? These fan bookmarks are easy to work up and make great gifts for your fellow bookworms. Get the pattern from Crochetroo on Ravelry.
9. Mini Bow Bookmark
Here’s a simple mini bow bookmark that works up quickly and is really fun to make. You can whip up multiple bookmarks using a multitude of colors. Get the pattern from Just Be Crafty.
10. Aunt Lydia’s Golden Bookmark
Yarnspirations offers a great selection of free crochet patterns and this bookmark is no exception. The Aunt Lydia pattern is listed as an intermediate pattern, so this may not be ideal for beginners. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
11. Easter Chick Bookmark
With Easter just around the corner, this Easter chick bookmark would make the perfect Easter basket gift for kids. You can think outside of the box and make your chicks using fun Easter colors. Get the pattern from Drops Design.
12. Mouse Bookmark
Isn’t this the most clever bookmark you ever did see? Kids and adults alike will get a kick out of using this mouse bookmark to save their place in their current read. Get the pattern from Supergurumi.
13. Lil Tea Bag Bookmarks
These are some of my favorite bookmarks. They are super cute and would make fantastic gifts. There is an accompanying tea cup pattern included. Get the pattern from The Cozy Chipmunk | Get the Ad Free PDF
14. Bunny Rabbit Bookmark
This pattern will show you how to create a bunny rabbit bookmark. To find patterns for the remaining animals in the photo, you can follow the links placed within the blog post for this pattern. Get the pattern from Heart Hook Home.
15. Striped Pencil Bookmark
This is the perfect project for teachers and students. These striped pencil bookmarks would make a great gift for your teacher. If you’re a parent, these bookmarks will make a great gift for your child’s teacher. Get the pattern from Knot My Designs.
I hope you were able to find your next crochet bookmark pattern in this post.
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