Crochet Wearables Patterns
Vst Moebius Scarf
Date Added: September 20, 2013
This scarf is fun and easy to make and if you crochet fast, you can complete it in an evening. It would also make a great gift!
Men's Ribbed Hat
Date Added: December 26, 2012
This soft and warm hat is made with Simply Soft yarn by Caron but can be made with any soft worsted weight yarn. It is fast and easy to make and I ended up making 8 of these in about 5 days for Christmas in 2012.
Thermal Stitch Scarf
Date Added: March 14, 2012
This pattern is meant to go with the Thermal Stitch Hat. It is fairly easy to make but time consuming. It is well worth the effort and is a scarf pattern you can make as long as you want.
Perky Popcorn Hat
Date Added: February 25, 2011
This hat is fairly easy to make and anyone who has worked in the round before can make this hat. It has one round of popcorn stitches at the brim, hence the name.
Simple Beanie Cap
Date Added: October 24, 2009
This simple beanie is fast and easy to make and was a request from a co worker at the Ski Resort I work at. She wanted a beanie to match her Fingerless Mittens I made for her last year. So this Beanie is made to match the Fingerless Mittens on this site.
Plushy Bowtie Scarf
Date Added: September 9, 2008
This crocheted bow tie scarf is fast and easy to make and can be completed in an evening or 2. It has a slot in one end so you can pull the other end through it.
Treble Bump Stitch Shawl
Date Added: May 26, 2008
This crocheted shawl is made from a variation on the regular dc bump stitch, it is made with a treble crochet bump stitch to make the stitches bigger. This is an easy shawl that anyone from beginner to advanced could make.
Caleb's Puff Stitch Baby Hat
Date Added: February 18, 2008
This baby hat is fun and easy to make and is a great pattern for a beginner to learn how to do the puff stitch. Caleb is my very first Grand Son! As of the time of writing this pattern, he is not born yet but today is his due date!
Linked Trebles Scarf
Date Added: January 19, 2008
This scarf is made with a stitch I found in the Harmony Guide to Crochet Stitches. It uses just one skein of yarn and fun to make.
Date Added: June 6, 2006
This poncho was first made for a Stitch Along Project and done in 3 parts. It has 2 pentagons and 2 hexagons that are stitched together then a collar and bottom round is added to finish it off.
Shell Stitch Baby Bib
Date Added: September 5, 2007
This crocheted baby bib is fun and easy to make. It is just the right size for newborns to 10 months old.
Afghan Stitch Belt
Date Added: June 18, 2007
This crocheted belt is the perfect project for those people who are just learning how to do the afghan stitch since it does not require the use of an afghan hook.
Date Added: April 8, 2007
These slippers are fast and easy to make and can be made in a day. If you are a beginner, it will take longer. They are made all in one piece and then the heel is stitched closed.
Date Added: February 21, 2007
This crochet hat is a direct result from a request from a lady who works in my office at the Ski resort I work at. She wanted a hat with a large puffy crown for tucking long hair in and it had to have a visor. This is what I came up with and she loves it! You can make this in just one color if you like.
Simple Fingerless Mittens
Date Added: January 31, 2007
This crochet pattern was designed to go with the Simple Leg Warmers also available on this site. It is fast and easy to make and you could make a pair in an evening or two. There is even a left and right hand to this pattern.
Simple Leg Warmers
Date Added: January 28, 2007
This crochet pattern for Simple Leg Warmers is fairly fast and easy to make and is a good one for beginners to do. The cuff starts with rows done in the back loop only then the first row is stitch to the last row. Then the leg is worked in the round starting on the ends of each row around on one side.
Date Added: January 6, 2007
This free crochet pattern is designed with the snowboarder in mind. The ear flaps can be unbuttoned to protect your ears on very cold days.
Thermal Stitch Adult Hat
Date Added: October 20, 2006
This hat is a direct request from a site visitor. It is a large adult version of the baby doll or infant hat on the site.
Thermal Stitch Mittens
Date Added: December 29, 2005
These mittens are made using a variation of the thermal stitch. Instead of going back and forth in rows, it is done in the round.
Cluster Stitch Scarf Hat
Date Added: November 7, 2005
This hat combines a regular hat with a scarf to make a warm and cozy scarft hat! First you make the crown part with the cuff on the front. Then you make the scarf part.
My Man's Hat
Date Added: September 17, 2005
My husband needed a new hat for this upcoming winter and so I decided now is as good a time as any to make a new one for him and he likes simple but bulky hats and this is what I came up with. First you make the cuff, then make the crown then stitch the 2 pieces together.
Granny Cuff Hat
Date Added: December 4, 2004
The cuff and the crown part of the hat are made separately then stitched together. It is a fun hat that is very warm and snuggly to wear.
Infant or Doll's Thumbless Mittens
Date Added: September 26, 2004
This pair of thumbless mittens is designed to go with the Infant's or Doll's Hat added to the site a while ago.
Infant or Doll's Hat
Date Added: September 15, 2004
This hat is small enough to fit an infant or a doll. It is fast and easy to make and uses a stitch called the Single Crochet Front Back Bobble. This stitch is one that can be found in the Thermal Stitch Preemie Blanket.
Date Added: August 28, 2001
This scarf is designed to match the Addison Hat in the free patterns section. It is plenty wide to keep your neck and face nice and warm and you can make it as long or short as you need it to be.
Date Added: August 23, 2001
This hat is named after a town on the Coast of Maine. It has Vsts and shells which remind me of the sea gulls and sea shells that can be found anywhere on the coast of Maine. It is a fast and easy hat to make and can be completed in an evening.
Cozy Winter Kerchief
Date Added: July 27, 2001
This kerchief is made with keeping warm in mind. Any little girl would love to wear this instead of a regular winter hat since it will not give them hat hair! It will keep the ears warm.
Date Added: March 14, 2001
This is the very first poncho I ever designed. I usually do not design clothing but since I figure this one can be considered one size fits most, and it took me less than a week to complete, I can include it on this site. This is made in all one piece, in the round, using a very easy stitch so this can be made by a beginner.
Julie's Basic Mittens
Date Added: October 25, 2000
These mittens are a great basic all purpose family mitten. You could actually make these mittens in various colors due to the way they are made. They have a tight fabric so that they will stay nice and warm in cold weather. To make child's mittens without altering the pattern, just use sport weight yarn and a size E hook. To make an ornament you can stuff, use size 10 crochet thread and a size 7 steel hook.
Jiffy Bell Hat
Date Added: October 5, 2000
This hat, when you pull the cuff down, looks like a bell! Plus it is super quick to make! It would make a fantastic last minute gift to make and give! You could actually make more than one in an evening! The secret is, using the new Light & Lofty yarn made by Red Heart!
Tulip Filet Kerchief
Date Added: July 15, 2000
It seems alot of designers are into designing kerchiefs these days! Well here is one that I came up with. Even though it is done in filet, I have decided to write out the instructions as well as provide a graph to follow. That way beginners in filet crochet can get a better sense of how to follow a chart by actually seeing it written out.
Date Added: October 19, 1999
This hat is made in a way that when you use a soft yarn it feels really soft and luxurious. It is an easy hat to make and you can probably make several of these during the upcoming holiday season to give as gifts.
Date Added: January 12, 1999
This is a good basic headband pattern that could be made over and over for both men and women. Just alter the colors and add or subtract the number of chains in the starting chain to fit correctly.
Child's Crown Hat
Date Added: October 28, 1998
This hat sort of looks like a crown and would look great in any color for either boys or girls. It can be made in an evening so it is a quick gift idea. If you need to make the hat bigger or smaller just change the size of the hook and perhaps even the thickness of the yarn used.
Checker Stitch Mittens
Date Added: October 6, 1998
These mittens are made with Red Heart's Baby Sport Pompadour yarn and made with the Checker Stitch.
Date Added: June 11, 1998
This belt is easily made with 2 welded D rings and worsted weight yarn and would look great over a jumper or with a pair of jeans.
Granny Square Slippers
Date Added: May 3, 1998
These slippers are very similar to the slippers my grandmother made for me when I was a child. These are made with basic granny squares.