Ultimate Legoland: 10 Lego Patterns to Crochet
Make Lego blankets and bags, plus so much more. This collection of Lego patterns are super fun to crochet.
Lego fans, your ultimate Legoland has arrived: a crochet conglomeration of fantastic Lego ideas for any crochet pattern you could desire. From crochet scarf patterns to a versatile bag and cute crochet hat with earflaps, you can work your favorite block designs into your wardrobe and your home.
Just like these building blocks themselves, the basic Lego Block pattern provides a foundation for your imagination—the only limit is what you can come up with, whether that is a crochet blanket pattern, pillow cover, or something else entirely!
Build the best collection with all the free crochet patterns in Ultimate Legoland: 10 Lego Patterns to Crochet. This toy has delighted children for decades and continues to be a favorite of everyone who is young at heart.
Although a busy work schedule might keep you from building your brick fortress as much as you would like, you can keep those pieces with you throughout your day by bundling up in building block scarves or giving your phone some Lego style.
Besides working these up for yourself, any of these designs would make a cute homemade gift for a child's birthday party or Christmas present. Working up pop culture crochet patterns keeps a traditional art form hip and current—plus it's just plain fun to see those iconic designs appearing at the end of your hooks.
PLUS! Since many of these patterns use the bobble stitch, click play to watch our How to Crochet the Bobble Stitch video tutorial. It will help you master this 3D look for your Lego crochet projects.
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Build Your Crochet Closet: Wearable Crochet Patterns
Getting dressed every morning sets the tone for your day, so put some pep in your step with these lively Lego designs. Besides being a great homage to your favorite building blocks, these free crochet patterns are strikingly bold in their red, blue, and yellow color schemes.
With a crochet hat pattern, fingerless gloves, and scarves, you can be stylishly protected from the elements, representing your fun-loving personality all at the same time.
Plus, even if it's not cold, just drape one of these scarves around your neck and let it be the star of your outfit.
Your kids will love this Lego Head Earflap Hat made just for them. I don't know a single boy that doesn't like playing with Legos and the tiny figures. This Lego head crochet hat is just the right way to bring their favorite toy with them everywhere they go.
The bright, bold colors of this crocheted scarf look just like playful Lego pieces of your childhood. Work up this Legoland Infinity Scarf using the 5 colors shown here, or come up with your own color scheme for this free crochet scarf pattern.
If you're looking for more pop culture-inspired crochet patterns, check out this cast of characters:Pop Culture Amigurumi: 30 Crochet Character Patterns
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Maybe you still can build your Lego fortress—in life-size. Although you might not be swapping out drywall for plastic anytime soon, you can add touches of Lego-inspired style to every room in your house. With a tissue box cover or crochet blanket pattern, you can add this theme to your home decor for some pops of color and fun character.
These are sure to be conversation starters with your fellow Lego lovers, and it will make every element of your life just a little more comfy and homey.
You also won't want to miss the DIY accessories like the Lego Block Bag and the Crochet Lego Phone Case which can keep your blocks with you wherever you go.
From the designer: "I designed this free crochet pattern to bring some cheer to your cold and flu season. You'll need just a little bit of worsted weight yarn and a small amount of fiberfill. Fits square Kleenex boxes."
The Crochet Lego Phone Case is a unique little pouch for your phone that looks just like the plastic building block from when you were a kid. Worked in the round, this is a super easy pattern that uses mostly single crochet and slip stitches, with a few crochet bobble stitches.
These Lego blocks are really popular right now. Using the bobble stitch, you can make an adorable crochet blanket for yourself or a child. Go back to childhood when you built fun buildings with your Legos. This is a really neat crochet afghan pattern you'll have to try.
You might not think you need a Crochet Lego Soap Saver in your life, but once you start using one, you'll never look back. You use it to hang your bar of soap when you aren't using it, keeping it always within reach and off your possibly questionable shower floor.
The Building Blocks Crochet Throw is the perfect crochet blanket for any kid (or kid at heart!). Worked up in crochet squares and rectangles, this granny square blanket resembles Lego blocks, though stepping on this is not nearly as painful.
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What was the best thing you (or someone you know) have ever built with Legos?
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