Crochet Fridgies Patterns
Dancing Star Fridgie
Date Added: July 30, 2015
This fridgie is made in 2 pieces that are stitched together in the center. It is fairly fast and easy to make and can be used for either Patriotic Holidays or any time of year you want to use a star..
Pretty Posy Fridgie
Date Added: July 23, 2012
This pretty flower fridgie is made with a recycled water bottle cap and cardboard and is fast and easy to make. You could make these for your local Bazaar or give them as gifts!
Shell Stitch Fridge Pocket
Date Added: June 29, 2011
This fridge pocket is just the right size for a 3in x 5in pad of paper or index cards. It is made in 3 pieces. The short front side is stitched to one of the back pieces, then the final back piece is added last leaving the top open to insert the plastic stabilizer. Then the top is stitched together to close it. I know the pocket looks small and it was meant to hold a 3"x5" pad of paper but if you want to make it bigger, you can use size 8 thread and a size 5 steel crochet hook to make it bigger.
Beaded Oval Frame Fridgie
Date Added: March 11, 2011
This beaded frame uses a recycled lid from an oval Crystal Light container and is fast and easy to make. You can use what ever color combination of beads and thread you like for any occasion! This would also make a great Christmas ornament by just switching out the magnetic tape for an ornament hook. (The cat in the picture is my 18pound cat Boggle.)
Feel the Love Fridgie
Date Added: February 14, 2010
This heart fridgie is made by following a filet crochet chart then a round of shells is worked around the perimeter. Then the heart is embellished with pearl white and clear red beads which you can feel. The magnet on the back is from a magnet sheet you can get for printing on your inkjet printer. You can also recycle a large piece of flat sheet magnet if you have one.
Star Ornament Magnet Recipe Holder
Date Added: December 2, 2006
This magnet is meant to hold your recipe card while you are cooking or baking during the holidays. It is made with worsted weight acrylic yarn, crochet thread and a bull clip for the recipe cards. It is fast and easy to make!
Date Added: April 5, 2005
This little daffodil fridgie is very fast and easy and could easily be made into a pin by putting a pinback onto the back of it.
Date Added: April 4, 2005
This little butterfly is fast and easy to make and can be made with worsted weight yarn and a size G hook to make a bigger one if desired. You could also glue a pinback to it to make a pin.
Winter Flower Fridge
Date Added: February 6, 2005
This magnet is fast and easy to make and you can use any small silk flowers you have to decorate it. Actually, you can use anything you like to decorate it.
Date Added: October 13, 2004
These little fridgies are fast and fun to make and you could make them for any time of the year. Just change the color of yarn and the type of novelty buttons or embellishments you use.
Date Added: September 9, 2004
This fridgie is made in 2 parts then the parts are tacked together. You could make a few in an evening and would make a great holiday gift!
Summer Wreath Fridgie
Date Added: August 12, 2004
This little wreath fridgie is fast and easy to make. You can easily decorate it for any holiday or occasion you want. You can even make an ornament out of it if you want.
Sunflower Memo Pad Holder Fridgie
Date Added: July 19, 2004
This memo pad holder is just the right size to hold a 3"x5" pad or stack of index cards. You can also keep a pen tucked inside.
Beaded Frame Fridgie
Date Added: July 16, 2004
This fridgie pattern is easy to make and uses a lid from the dry powder drink mix that I use the container to make my pencil cups from.
Roman Vase Fridgie
Date Added: June 22, 2004
This vase reminds me of those old antique Roman water vessels or vases. It is fast and fun to make and would make a great Mother's Day gift!
Memorial Bow Fridgie
Date Added: May 26, 2004
In honor of Memorial Day in the US, I have designed this bow which is easy to make and will remind us of the sacrifices our servicemen and women made for us for the sake of our freedom. You can use it as a pin or a refridgerator magnet.
Rainbow Fan Fridgie
Date Added: May 1, 2004
This fan fridgie is made from 7 different colors but it can be made from just 1 color. Make each part of the fan separately, stiffen them, then just hot glue everything together.
Happy Daisy Fridgie
Date Added: April 5, 2004
This fridgie is fun and fast to make and would make a great craft fair item! It is made with a wooden ring which I do have available on this site.
Flag Star Fridgie
Date Added: June 22, 1999
This star fridgie is made with the featured stitch the flag stitch. The star motif in this pattern can easily be made into a 6 pointed star for use in an afghan.
Polymer Heart Fridgie
Date Added: May 5, 1999
This unusual fridgie is made with polymer clay and is edged in crochet. You can use any polymer clay but I used Fimo. You can get the polymer clay at Wal-Mart.
Date Added: April 15, 1999
Imagine this flower in a bouquet of other crochet flowers! I made only one to save time and to make a fridgie with it but the possibilities are endless what you could do with this basic pattern.
Beaded Granny Square Fridgie
Date Added: April 8, 1999
This fridgie is made with size 10 crochet cotton into a granny square. Seed beads are added to the perimeter of the square and it is backed with a piece of felt. A center faux pearl is surrounded by more seed beads.
Date Added: March 7, 1999
This little bunny fridgie is like others you have seen but this is my version. You could add little wiggle eyes if you wanted. Also you could use any color ribbon for the bow.
Date Added: February 23, 1999
This little bright sun will brighten up any refridgerator! Put this sun right at eye level on your fridge and you are bound to smile every time you see it. You may even chuckle.
Fall Flower Fridgie
Date Added: September 12, 1998
This flower is an easy one to make and uses the special stitch, citrus stitch. Of course you can use this flower pattern any time of the year by just switching the colors to suit the season.
Date Added: September 4, 1998
This pocket is for stashing your note paper for use when you make your grocery list or need to leave messages for other members of your family. This pattern also uses this month's featured stitch.
Summer Wreath Fridgie
Date Added: August 13, 1998
This simple little wreath would make a great package topper for a birthday Christmas or any other occasion gift. You could make it any color you would want for any occasion. It works up really quick.
Beaded Star Fridgie
Date Added: July 5, 1998
This beaded star can also be made into a pin by using size 10 thread and seed beads instead of E Beads. Or you can use varigated browns to make a star fish.
Cold Feet Fridgie
Date Added: June 12, 1998
This little pair of fridgies is a cute way of expressing thoughts of cold feet just before a wedding. Or it would make a great gag gift at a bridal shower. My dh came up with this idea and I thought it would be really cute.
Floral Wreath Spring Fridgie
Date Added: May 15, 1998
This little pink wreath is embelished with light blue ribbon roses silk ivy leaves and wedding flower stamens. This would make a nice little gift for that special mother.