Crochet Bookmarks Patterns
Three Grannies Bookmark
Date Added: August 8, 2006
This bookmark is made from 3 granny squares sewn together then a round of decorative stitches are worked around the perimeter of the whole thing. It is fairly fast and easy to make and would make a great bazaar item.
Date Added: August 21, 2004
This bookmark is made in rows then in rounds after row 3 is made. You can make it in an evening and would make a great last minute gift!
Date Added: May 7, 2004
This bookmark is made with glitter thread but you could use any size 10 crochet cotton you have.
Altered Filet Bookmark
Date Added: December 15, 2003
This bookmark is made in a way where you can weave ribbons through it. Or you can sew beads on it for a very festive look. You can complete it in an evening if you are comfortable with crocheting with thread.
Lacet Strip Bookmark
Date Added: October 25, 2000
This simple bookmark looks harder to do than it really is. It is fairly quick to make and you would make great little something extra you could give someone who reads alot. You could also embelish it with a satin ribbon woven down the center of it.
Date Added: March 30, 2000
This bookmark was inspired by a bookmark made of satin ribbons I saw in a Bible at church. I thought to myself, I really should make one of those for the book of common prayer we use at church. So I designed this one made of thread.
Elegant Pineapple Bookmark
Date Added: July 29, 1999
This elegant bookmark is just the right look for that special book you may have. It would also make a great gift to give a new bride done in a color to coordinate with her wedding.
Easter Egg Bookmark
Date Added: March 19, 1999
This bookmark is made up of a bunch of eggs. It has an egg at the bottom the long tail looks like little eggs and it has one Pineapple like egg at the top. This is a really fun and fast last minute Basket Stuffer you can make for all of your kids.
Date Added: January 14, 1999
The heart was designed by J.L. Vanderslice. She wanted to design a basic motif that other people can expand on and this bookmark is the way I expanded on it.
Date Added: December 3, 1998
This sparkly bookmark was inspired by an email sent to a crochet mailing list I am a member of. One lady was looking for a Heart Shaped bookmark with a tail then a day or so later someone replied with the idea of making a snowflake with a tail for a bookmark.
Shell Stitch Filet Bookmark
Date Added: March 11, 1998
This is the very first bookmark I designed for the JPF Crochet Club web site. It starts off as a basic filet crochet strip then shells are worked around the perimeter.