Adding a touch of homemade to your pad is so on-trend right now, and super easy to do. From cushions and blankets, to wall hangings and storage, there are so many ways to spruce up your home while raiding your stash at the same time! Don't forget that a handmade trinket for the home also makes a fabulous and unique gift. Take a look at our selection of free patterns and get started straight away!
Bring colour and comfort with this cuddly blanket from Cygnet Yarns. Designed by Vicki Roberts at Offthehookforyou, this impressive throw is worked from corner to corner using Cygnet Yarns’ fabulous chenille-effect yarn. We love the teal, mustard and grey colour combination but you could choose something more understated if you prefer. Click HERE to get the free pattern
Sleep soundly every night with our dreamcatcher! Not only do they look beautiful, a dreamcatcher placed over your bed or in your home is said to catch bad dreams and only let the good ones through. We love Sarah Shrimpton’s modern take on this traditional Native American symbol of protection and comfort. You can add ribbons, beads or other trinkets to yours in whichever way you like! Click HERE to get the free pattern
Hinch yourself happy!
Ditch the sponge and crochet your own cloths instead! Corinne Bradd’s simple make is perfect if you’re looking to prettify your kitchen. Dig through your yarn collection to find something that matches and away you go. Plus, the crocheted cloths can be easily washed and re-used so, as it turns out, it doesn’t take too much effort to make your crafty home an eco-friendly one too! Click HERE to get the free pattern
If you’re looking to redecorate or have just moved house, Jackie Carreira’s project will match your décor, no matter what your colour scheme is. Whether you prefer soft pastel tones or bright neon hues, this reversible cushion is the perfect solution. Want to make a bigger flower motif? Once you’ve finished rounds 10-11, keep repeating them until it reaches your desired size. Click HERE to get the free pattern
Kath Webber’s wall art design is perfect if you’re in need of some cheering up. Personalise it by using surface crochet and slip stitch to create the wording – just check out our helpful guide. It’s a great way of practising double crochet and the fringing makes it so much fun to craft. Click HERE to get the free pattern
Practise colour changing to make this stripy holder. Ever since tidying guru Marie Kondo’s came into our lives, we’ve been trying to organise our crochet stashes – with varying degrees of success! Lucinda Ganderton’s handy storage provides the perfect solution. Click HERE to get the free pattern
Be transported to an exotic poolside retreat with this fun project by Clare Trowbridge. You’ll want to invite all of your friends over as soon as you’ve completed it for a refreshing glass of lemonade! For a professional outcome, try working over your yarn tails as you crochet; it will also save you time when sewing up at the end. Click HERE to get the free pattern
Accessorised with a drawstring in complementary shades, these covers add the perfect finishing touch to any jam jar. Now that you've decided how to pretty up your jams, you just need to settle an argument during cream tea - cream first, or jam first? Click HERE to get the free pattern
Time for a brew
This stripy number will keep your teapot snug. If you like a cup of tea, you’ll love having a tea cosy so you can keep an entire kettle’s worth ready for when you need it. Crochet your very own floral design with this pattern by Emma Varnam. The cosy itself is worked almost entirely in half treble stitch. Click HERE to get the free pattern
This is just a small selection of our crocheted homewares patterns, click here to see the full range, they're all free to download!