I’m a big fan of the pattern website Ravelry, which is why I thought it would be cool to share 16 of the most popular free crochet patterns on Ravelry.
If you’re looking for a fun project to work on, but aren’t exactly sure what you want to make, I hope you’ll find some inspiration from the free patterns below.
Amineko Crocheted Cat
If you enjoy making amigurumi, you’ll love making this Amineko crocheted cat. This free pattern provides written and charted instructions. Get the free pattern.
This cute little dumpling kitty can be made using your favorite yarn colors. When made with the recommended yarn and hook size, the finished cat will measure approximately 4 inches tall. Get the free pattern.
Stitched Up Makeup Scrubbies
Stop using disposable makeup scrubbies and make your own reusable ones. The instructions will show you how to make both larger and smaller scrubbies. Get the free pattern.
This blanket is one of the first crochet projects I worked on. Not only is this blanket fun to work on, but it’s so soft and looks great with all the different colors. Get the free pattern.
Simple Double Crochet Hat
If you’re looking for an easy beginner-friendly crochet hat pattern, this is the pattern for you. Make one for yourself and a few to give away as gifts. Get the free pattern.
Dragon Scale Fingerless Gloves
The pattern for these amazing dragon scale fingerless gloves is written for an adult ladies medium size; however, the pattern can be adjusted to fit any size. Get the free pattern.
Hubble the Squid
This Hubble the squid pattern requires hardly any sewing. This 26-page pattern has just over 100 photos to guide you through making your own cephalopod. Get the free pattern.
Hugs and Kisses Baby Blanket
If you’re looking for a great handmade gift for an upcoming baby shower, this hugs and kissing baby blanket will make a wonderful gift. Get the free pattern.
Movie Night Cocoon Cardi
No matter the occasion, this cocoon cardigan is sure to keep you warm and cozy. It can be worn as a light summerweight or heavy winter garment if you use a chunkier yarn. Get the free pattern.
Mini Amigurumi Octopus
Here’s another pattern that I’ve made myself and absolutely love. These mini amigurumi octopus are so fun to make in different colors and button styles. Get the free patterns.
Make yourself a beautiful shawl by following this simple crochet pattern. The dragon belly shawl is slighty asymmetric and is crocheted back and forth. Get the free pattern.
Rainbow Ripple Baby Blanket
The rainbow ripple baby blanket will become your new favorite go-to crochet baby blanket pattern. Make sure you check out project photos to see how others have customized this blanket. Get the free pattern.
Stay warm this winter with this wanderlust scarf. The pattern also includes instructions for turning this scarf into an infinity scarf if that’s your preference. Get the free pattern.
This boo doily will make a great addition to your Halloween home decor. This pattern is great for the advanced beginner to intermediate crocheter. Get the free pattern.
These crochet Yip Yaps make great Christmas stockings, toy storage, and more. Make multiple Yip Yaps using different yarn colors. Get the free pattern.
Baby Yoda Amigurumi
I am absolutely in love with this Baby Yoda amigurumi. And you know what’s really cool? You can download this pattern for free. Get the pattern from Larissa Maced.
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