It’s where every crocheter first starts their journey – with crochet scarf patterns. There’s no better crochet pattern to start with when you’re just learning how to crochet. While scarf patterns are great for beginners, that’s not to say that they can’t be dynamic and challenging too. I’ve got easy and free crochet scarf patterns on the list below but also more advanced pattern designs for crocheters looking for more of a challenge to dig into.
The chevron crochet blanket, often called the ripple crochet blanket, is one of the classic crochet patterns that most crocheters love to do. A crochet chevron blanket pattern consists of peaks and valleys. As simple and elegant as it may look, these crochet chevron patterns can be deceivingly challenging.
The crochet infinity scarf is a newbie crocheter’s dream pattern. It’s just slightly more challenging than a typical crochet scarf. The only difference is that it’s either crocheted in the round or seamed together at the end. This chunky crochet infinity scarf uses the latter option, seamed together. The pattern uses basic crochet stitches and it’s made using bulky yarn so you can fly through this crochet project in no time at all.
There’s no cuter project than an adorable crochet baby hat. This baby beanie is no exception. Introducing the Single Double Crochet Baby Hat Pattern.
If you’re just learning how to crochet, this is an easy crochet hat pattern to start with. This pattern is made using a simple design that easy crochet stitches. It also uses a beautiful crochet edging called the reverse single crochet, otherwise known as the crab stitch.