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Our Favorite Free Crochet Patterns of 2019

Updated January 06, 2020
Our Favorite Free Crochet Patterns

There's no better time to reflect on the past than at the start of a new year, and that's exactly what we're going to do here today! We at AllFreeCrochet love sharing free patterns with you all, so it's always exciting to look back and see which of our thousands of patterns you all loved the most. We're used to seeing some of our tried and true faves in our yearly recaps, but sometimes trends get so big that some brand new patterns make their way onto our lists.

Enjoy our list of the top 100 crochet patterns of 2019 - from crochet afghans and shawls to crochet ponchos and crochet patterns for the home, a little bit of everything made its way onto this list. 

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Crochet Baby Blankets

Baby blankets are a little more manageable than regular afghan designs since they're so much smaller, and you guys really love them too since so many of them made our best-of list! From rectangular crib blankets to colorful afghans and heirlooms you'll pass down from generation to generation, these little designs are amazing shower or birthday gifts!

Editor's Fave, Easiest Baby Blanket Pattern Ever: This effortless baby blanket might just be the simplest afghan pattern ever! It's worked up in crocheter favorite Bernat Blanket Yarn, which is super soft and quick to crochet.

Crochet Afghan Patterns and Blankets

Crochet blankets and afghan designs are pretty standard patterns but are definitely on the ambitious end due to how long they can take to complete. If you have the patience and the time to work one of these up, though, you'll definitely be rewarded! These crochet patterns are snuggly and oh-so-warm! Pro tip: Work with chunky or super bulky yarn to help speed up the process!

Editor's Fave, Crochet the Rainbow Granny Square Throw: The colors of this radiant rainbow throw never fail to make me smile. This pattern works up like one giant granny square, so it is a great mindless pattern for couch potatoes like me.

Crochet Bag Patterns

Crochet bag patterns are a fun way to flex your crochet skills beyond dishcloths, scarves, and blankets, but still easy enough to tackle for amateur crocheters. Crochet totes are always popular, but this year readers also loved pretty crochet purse patterns.

Editor's Fave, Mary Poppins Inspired Magic Crochet Bag: This ingenious crochet bag pattern combines t-shirt yarn and an open mesh weave for a magically expanding design. If you can never seem to get out of the house without bringing a whole bunch of stuff with you, this bag is going to be your new favorite companion.

Crochet Hats

Crochet hats are a must-make for many crocheters - they're quick and simple projects that everyone always needs in the winter, and they're endlessly customizable. Only three hats made our best-of list this year - but each one of them is an awesome and versatile pattern. 

Editor's Fave, Snow Drift Crochet Hat: Super bulky yarn is used for this cute hat, which works up in a flash. The dreamy blue color of this hat packs a punch of color to brighten up even the dreariest of cold days. It is also a super simple pattern that even beginners can make with no sweat.

Crochet for the Home and Kitchen

Can guests tell you crochet the moment they walk into your home? If not, it's time to get started on one of these crochet patterns for the home or the kitchen. These cute crochet home accents will add a touch of charm to any living space.

Editor's Fave, Grape Cordial Crochet Basket: Keep your clutter organized in style with one of these easy and adorable baskets. The stylish leather handles add a special touch to this pattern, so it looks way more expensive than it actually is to crochet.

Crochet Ponchos

Crochet ponchos were back and bigger than ever in 2019, and these seven ponchos were your favorites! Loose and airy, these garments are the perfect piece to just toss on over a tee or a tank for a quick cover-up. You can even wear these over a long-sleeve shirt to be even warmer!

Editor's Fave, Boho Poncho There's something about the effortless style of this pattern that I can't stop staring at, and the flirty fringe adds a bohemian touch to this design. I need one!

Crochet Scarves

Crochet scarves are a must for any experienced crocheter! Surprisingly, only six of our patterns made the list, but we think they're some of our absolute faves. Choose from any of these beginner-friendly designs you'll love, from a loopy fashion scarf to simple and airy designs. 

Editor's Fave, Sparkly Ocean Crochet Infinity ScarfA dreamy turquoise color yarn with sparkly accents makes this simple infinity scarf pattern shine. The stitch pattern results in a light and lacy pattern that works for all seasons.

Crochet Shawls and Crochet Wraps

Bigger than your typical scarf and so warm and cozy to wrap around yourself, crochet shawls and wraps are just as popular as scarves to make! These ten designs were some of your favorites for 2018, and all feature simple, repeating patterns anyone can handle. These wraps are stylish and warm and are the perfect little coverup for anything from a holiday party to a chilly day in the office. 

Editor's Fave, Super Simple Shawl Pattern: Not only is this shawl pattern very easy to work up, but it is very versatile. It looks ultra stylish wrapped around the shoulders, or worn like a triangle scarf. Another bonus? This pattern only uses one ball of Red Heart's Colorscape yarn!

Crochet Sweaters and Crochet Tops

Only five sweaters and tops made the best-of list this year, but they are all fan favorites! Sweaters and tops are a little trickier than scarves and hats since they require more precise measurements and shaping, but a cozy handmade sweater or top will always get you attention and compliments.

Editor's Fave, Victorian Romance Cardigan: You'll never find a crochet sweater like this one in stores. The intricate details give this pattern a vintage flair that is hard to come by in modern designs.

Other Crochet Patterns: Accessories, Slippers, and More!

Finally, we have a little bit of everything in this section. These patterns are the eight designs that didn't technically fit elsewhere, but don't let that deter you! Choose a cozy crochet slippers pattern, or a pretty little flower to add to any project you crochet.

Editor's Fave, Easy Classic Granny Square: Every crocheter should know how to make a granny square, and this extra easy pattern is a classic. Use your squares to create a pretty granny square afghan, or for any other project you have in mind!

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Great to be able to scroll through photos rather than wait for patterns to open.

I totally agree and I'm happy I'm not the only one who hates opening every pattern individually!

Its always interesting to look at what trends were happening from year to year. Before AllFreeCrochet started to assemble these annual collections, I had to resort to browsing through old crochet booklets and magazines. Its amazing to see how this craft reflects the tastes and attitudes of the past. It also gives me a chance to see what I missed in the past year. Too many pretty patterns to work up!

Great list! I love all the pictures of these beautiful patterns. Thanks :)

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