Free Patterns

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Celtic Knot Granny blanket
Celtic Knot Granny blanket
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Granny bunting
Granny Bunting

Granny Circle
Granny Circle

Flower squares (& a hexagon)

Hanging Rainbow

Rainbow Mittens

Crochet hook case

Really Easy snowflakes

Christmas stars

Christmas baubles

Crochet eggs

Balloon mobile

Pocket pig

D&D Dice Bag/Tray

Christmas coaster

Beginner coaster

Crochet Shrug

Crochet peg-bag

17 thoughts on “Free Patterns

  1. I love your book marks, the cross is fab. I have taken up crochet again after being a teacher of the craft back in the 1970’s. Going to have a go at christmas star cards, also snowflake bookmark. Thank you for lovely patterns.


    1. I have been told that my pattern for the cross bookmark is easy to follow. I would have thought that the thing to do was to learn the abreviations for the various stitches and if you learn how they are represented in charts as well that would be a good start. After that just follow the words and make the appropriate stitches as required. There are lots of patterns out there on the internet if you want to start with a simpler pattern first.
      I presume you have learnt to make all the basic stitches.


  2. Just bought your Celtic Coasters patterns and am excited to make them. However, since I paid for the pattern in pounds, and I live in the US, I’m wondering if the pattern is using British or US terminology ~ treble crochet. Thank you.

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    1. It does actually show that it is UK terms on the Ravelry page if you know where to look. I suppose because it was so straightforward I didn’t bother to mention it in the pattern as well. So yes it is British terminology.


    1. I am now selling my bookmark patters at a modest cost and you will find them under ‘shop’ in the menu. This gives a link to the page on Ravelry where they can be bought. Alternatively click on the ‘Find me on Ravelry’ link on the top right. I presume that you are probably looking for my original Cross Bookmark which I have made in all sorts of colour combinations. The link picture is a multicolour cross.


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