Crochet Felting: 20+ Felted Crochet Patterns

Crochet Felting: 20+ Felted Crochet Patterns

Make a crochet felted bag, scarf, and so much more with this page of felted crochet projects.

Crochet Felting 20 Felted Crochet Patterns

Felted crochet is a fun and easy technique to do that transforms practically any crochet design into something totally different. Felted crochet created a dense fabric that is durable and warm, making it a great option for crocheted bags and warm winter crochet patterns.

Learn how to felt crochet with any one of these easy crochet patterns below. You'll find a variety of free crochet felt patterns to choose from, including crochet bag patterns, home decor items, felted crochet flowers, and more on this page, Crochet Felting: 20+ Felted Crochet Patterns.

For those of you that have never felted before, these easy crochet patterns will teach you how to felt crochet; it's easier than you might think! In a nutshell, your washing machine does most of the work.

Simply crochet your pattern like you normally would then expose it to moisture, heat, and agitation and you are left with a beautiful felted crochet piece. This can be done either in the washing machine or in the sink (washing machines are faster).

It's not a bad idea to check your piece a few times during the process to make sure you're achieving your desired results. Before you decide to felt something, make sure you're ready for it to be felted forever – once you've felted an item, it can't ever go back to its original form. Wool yarn and other animal fibers would the best for felted crochet projects.

PLUS! Watch this video from Mikey at The Crochet Crowd to see his techniques for felting crochet:

Felted Crochet Purse Patterns

Crochet a felted bag that will stand out from the crowd. You can tote your daily essentials around town in style with any one of these free felted crochet bag patterns. You'll find over-the-shoulder bags, as well as small clutches. These trendy totes are not only stylish but also sturdy and durable.

We've noticed that crochet felted wool purse patterns are always super popular with crocheters, which is why we added even more felted bag patterns to this section. You're sure to find just what you're looking for in this section of pretty purses crocheted, then felted.
 

Crochet Flower Felting Patterns

You can never have too many crocheted flowers. These floral crochet designs are great for many reasons. They're easy to crochet and can be applied to practically any item including hats, afghans, and more.

Make one of these pretty flowers for Mother's Day or to celebrate the spring season. They might not smell as great as the real thing, but at least you don't have to water them to keep them alive! Plus, these flowers make fantastic embellishments for all sorts of projects beyond what is expected, so have fun with these.
 

Crochet Felting Projects for the Home (+Wearables and Accessories)

Enjoy even more free felted crochet patterns with this section full of crochet felting ideas to wear or use on the go! Below, you'll find some of our favorite crochet designs that didn't quite fit in any of the categories above, but we didn't want to leave them out.

Find a scarf and slippers that will keep you warm all winter or wine tote and tech case, for instance, all displayed below. There are also a couple of holiday-themed felting patterns to make for upcoming events. Add a unique touch to your home with these free crochet felted patterns. Guests of your home will be amazed that each one of these items is home.
 

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