100+ Free Crochet Patterns for Winter: Free Crochet Hat Patterns, Scarves, Blankets and More!


100+ Free Crochet Patterns for Winter: Free Crochet Hat Patterns, Scarves, Blankets and More!


100 Free Crochet Patterns for Winter Free Crochet Hat Patterns Scarves Blankets and More

Are you feeling knotty? Do you fall into stitches at every turn? Do you bobble and weave when you think of your favorite hobbies? If so, you have found the ultimate source for all your crochet needs!

This collection features the Top 100+, the crème de la crème, the magnum opi of the free crochet patterns for winter from AllFreeCrochet.com. In this list, you’ll find everything from crochet baby hats to crochet gift bags, free crochet scarf patterns to easy crochet mittens. This list will accommodate anyone regardless of their level, because it includes beginner crochet patterns as well as more challenging projects.

When the winter winds drive you indoors, you have the perfect excuse to begin all of the free crochet patterns you’ve wanted to start. Chilly months are the perfect time to sit and relax with a heartfelt project like free crochet hat patterns and free crochet afghan patterns. Whether you want to create a heartfelt gift for a friend or an accessory for yourself or a family member, these winter crochet patterns are perfect for every occasion.

Easy Crochet Mittens and Gloves

Retro Crocheted Mittens

Keep your digits dancing and your fingers unfrozen with these easy crochet mittens, gloves, and arm warmers. Learn how to crochet gloves and mittens as gifts for your friends and family or keep them as personal accessories. This collection contains mittens for everyone, from babies to grown-ups and everyone in between. Free crochet patterns for winter are already great, but they are even better when they can be made for everyone in the family!

Crochet Hat Patterns

Basic Striped Crochet Hat Pattern

In order to properly optimize brain function, your head must be toasty and warm at all times. It doesn't hurt to be fashionable and stylish at the same time! Put your head at ease with the free crochet hat patterns listed below. You can make a hat for yourself in any style, or give the gift of warmth to a friend.

Crochet Afghan Patterns and Throws

Moroccan Tile Afghan

These free crochet afghan patterns and throws are bundles of fun. Wrap up the little ones to keep them nice and comfy or just relish in the lovely accent pieces you worked up yourself for your favorite furniture. Crochet afghan patterns are perfect for winter because you're guaranteed to keep warm and toasty all season long. These might even introduce you to some new crochet stitches; take a look for yourself!

Crochet Headbands and Ear Warmers

Mia Crochet Flower Headband

Maybe you don't want to wear a hat this winter because you hate hat hair with a passion. However, your ears are still begging for some warmth without one! Try these crochet headband patterns that will be sure to keep your hair out of your face and your ears warm in the blistering cold. They add a little bit of flair to an outfit without being obnoxious, covering your face, or flattening your hair.

Crochet Scarf Patterns

Wonderfully Warm Crochet Scarf

Before going out to enjoy the great outdoors, one must be properly prepared for the elements. Fend off unfashionable winter shivers with these lovely handmade scarves. These free crochet scarf patterns will keep your neck nice and warm, as well as display your innate and perfect fashion sense. You can find every type of scarf you are looking for here: regular scarves, crochet infinity scarves, and cowls. Try one out for the perfect fashion statement this season.

Crochet Sweater Patterns and Shawls

Reading Room Crochet Sweater

Whether you're indoors or outside, layering can be ideal during any month of the year. You should definitely try making these stylish and soft sweaters and crochet shawl patterns to keep yourself warm whether it's blustery outside or they just have the air conditioning cranked up in the office. Once you’ve made one, you can toss it into a tote for later or don it immediately for a perfectly fashionable and incredibly functional article of clothing. Keep one on the back of your office chair so you never have the shivers indoors.

Boot Cuff Crochet Patterns

Rustic Ripple Stitch Boot Cuff

One of the trendiest winter fashions is the boot cuff. Now you can make your own with these crochet boot cuff patterns that keep up your style and add a little bit of extra warmth. Don't let the blustery winter cold get inside the little crack at the top of your boot and make your feet cold all day. You can easily avoid this by working up any one of these stylish and fabulous boot cuff patterns. 

Baby Crochet Patterns for Winter

Cuffed Baby Booties

Nothing is quite so endearing as baby fingers and baby toes, but those little digits are more susceptible to the chill. These crochet patterns for the tiniest members of your family are perfect for keeping little fingers and toes warm and wiggly. Make free crochet patterns for babies so that the little ones can stay warm all winter long.

Crochet Gift Bags and Baskets

Candy Cane Inspired Drawstring Gift Card Holder

When the winter season comes around, that also means it is time for the holidays. If you are not a big fan of spending money just to buy a gift bag, try crocheting one instead. This list is full of gift bags and crochet basket patterns you can work up so that you have a place for your gifts or can give big baskets of multiple little things put together.

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WhereCan I find the winter free e-book that is mentioned on the first page

I cannot make sense out of the Downton Abbey Dowager Shaw pattern, it is very confusing, on row 1 it says to ch 4 6 dc into 4th ch from hook, do you go back to the beginning chain to dc into, row 2 is .confusing also

So cute

Need to understand what the cl instruction means in the Comfy Cozy Headband pattern means - please and thanks.

Cl stands for cluster stitch. you can go to your browser put in crochet cl and you can learn how yo do a cluster stitch.

I printed out the comfy cozy headband pattern and cannot understand what the cl means in row 2. I only printed out the first page - is there an instruction I am missing? Please and thanks.

Hello dear Staff AllFreepatterns I have been coming on this site now for a long time and never wanted to put any comment in - BUT - I have now Please please - how can I download all these patterns in one go and I could look at it in my own time Just like you have the E BOOKS - it would be so nice Having each patterns individually it could take a long time Anyhow - I do like to look at them - some time and pick out on my downloaded patterns when I need it If I just going to take a few now I have lost the whole lot and can not go back to it Please DEAR STAFF HELP WITH THIS - PLEASE I am very grateful for all what you are doing for US to enjoy the patterns at our leisured time Thank youRead More again for your kindness Wishing all my very best to YOU ALL

Hi Julie, Thank you for your message. Unfortunately, unlike our eBooks, pages like this can not be downloaded. You can however, save the page to 'My Crochet Patterns' in order to review it any time. Hope this helps a bit. Happy crocheting! editors of AllFreeCrochet

When I find a pattern I like I pin it to my Pinterest board for crochet. Then it is easy to find and bring up. It doesn't solve the problem of wanting to download in bulk, but it does place the patterns you are interested in in a convenient browsing location with pictures. I am currently looking for winter scarf patterns that are not bulky and do have some patterning. So far I have not found any, but have found patterns for other things that I may try to do as a scarf. I put them all on my Pinterest board so I don't have to print or download them before making a choice.

i have same question.

Please, please - how can I download all these "100" patterns in one go? and I could look at it in my own time?? Just like you have the E.BOOKS - it would be so nice. Having each patterns individually? it could take a long time. Anyhow - I do like to look at them - some time and pick out on my downloaded patterns when I need it. If I just going to take a few now? I have lost the whole lot and can not go back to it. Please HELP WITH THIS? I am very grateful for all what you are doing for US to enjoy the patterns, at our leisured time. Thank you again for your kindness. Wishing all my very best to YOU ALL. Read more at http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Seasonal-Crochet/100 == -Free-Crochet-Patterns-for-Winter-Free-Crochet-Hat == -Patterns-Scarves-Blankets-and-More#elLw5GstqlZyIA == zz.99

Do you have any patters for crochet head bands

Some great headband patterns in this Facebook group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/312457295522776/?notif_t=group_privacy_change

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I love all the free patterns. Thank You. Is there a free patter for a hat and scarf in the crocodile crochet? I would like to learn this..

I Think I wonder why I can;t get a printed pattern . Done everything I can to succeed. Belong to a group of Senior;s who band together to knit and crochet for the needy. Would love to bring in patterns for them to make. Gwen

In the past if I couldn't get a pattern to print, I would email it to myself , then print it out. Hope this helps!

I have been look for this one pattern and can't find it. I need it to be online pattern; because it's not my computer. pattern is 24 point ripple afghan.


I'd like to make a dish cloth. Where can I get the instructions for it?

Fave-craft is where I got the pattern.

Here is the pattern from Ladynell Materials Lily Sugar n Cream Solids g oz m yds Ombres g oz m yds Daisy Ombre ball Crochet Hook Size mm U S H or crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge Gauge sts and rows ins cm in pat Size Approx ins cm square Instructions Ch st row RS sc in nd ch from hook sc in each ch to end of chain sts Turn nd row Ch sc in next sc tr in next sc Rep from across to last sc pushing tr to RS of work sc in last sc Turn rd row Ch sc in each st to end of row Turn th row Ch sc in each of first sc tr in next sc sc in next sc Rep from across to last sc pushing tr to RS of work sc in last sc Turn th row AsRead More rd row Rep nd to th rows for pat until work from beg measures ins cm ending on a RS row Hanging Loop Ch Join with sl st in last sc worked Fasten off


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