AllFreeCrochet's Most Popular Free Crochet Patterns: November 2011

AllFreeCrochet's Most Popular Free Crochet Patterns: November 2011

The first day of winter isn't until mid December, but it seems as if it's already winter with the cold chill. It's been an odd couple of months easing into the winter and holiday season; it hasn't snowed much which isn't what we're used to in the Chicagoland area. Either way, I've been making many winter crochet patterns for myself and my family. There are so many gifts to make for the holiday, of course I'm talking about crochet Christmas patterns. And while the days go on, I'm constantly thinking of year end resolutions and how I can better myself in the new year. I think one of the easiest year end resolutions any crocheter can agree to, is to make more free crochet patterns. Being a crocheter myself, I know it's not easy to put down that crochet hook once you've started a project. During this month I worked up so many free crochet patterns I can't even tell you! I also shared some really neat ones with you in the newsletters. Whether you plan on making the patterns for yourself or possibly turning them in to affordable teacher Christmas gifts for the holidays, we had something for everyone.



Let's reminisce all the popular free crochet patterns from November:

  1. 24 Beginner Crochet Hat Patterns
  2. Crocheted Snow Swirls
  3. Holiday Snowflake Scarf (shown)
  4. Aesthetic Hooded Scarf
  5. Monet Afghan
  6. Happyghan (shown)
  7. Three Stitch Fab Faux Scarf
  8. Cloche Hat
  9. Super Easy Christmas Tree
  10. Angel Bells
  11. Crocheted Brimmed Hat
  12. 19 Crocheted One Skein Wonders + Bulky Crochet Hats and Scarves
  13. Quick Fix Winter Hat
  14. Hat with Ruffle
  15. Colorful Paolo Purse
  16. 5 1/2 Hour Throw
  17. Messenger Bag Crafted from Plastic Bags
  18. Easy Mobius Scarf
  19. 11 Free Easy Crochet Patterns for Holiday Visits



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It would be great to put the patterns in a pdf so Ican start working on them. I bookmarked the page, but you know how that can be sometimes


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