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Learn to Crochet with these Beginner Patterns

By on August 21, 2015

Learn to Crochet with these Beginner Crochet Patterns (Blog)

I have been encouraging as many people as possible to learn to crochet. It is such a rewarding hobby (and it can even turn into income!) with so many physical and emotional benefits. The repetitive motion of crochet is very therapeutic and calming. I relax and unwind each night with my hook and yarn while the hubby watches some TV. I have 4 kids, so most days, I really need some unwinding ūüėČ Unfortunately, I hear so many people say that their experience with crochet was the complete opposite of calming. They became frustrated and gave up. In most of these cases, the problem is that the wrong skill level pattern was chosen. ¬†When one begins with a pattern properly suited to the correct¬†skill¬†level, the first project becomes much more successful. It might not be the photo¬†you admire on Pinterest, but you will gradually develop your skills until it’s YOUR photo that goes viral on Pinterest. So here are some great patterns that I recommend for beginners. The patterns are well written and I know these designers personally. They will gladly give pattern support, if needed. And YouTube is a great resource too!

An Apple Cozy by Accessorise is a very nice small project to test your skills and everyone needs a bruise-free apple!
apple cozy

The Beary Cute Beanie by Danyel Pink Designs is a great project to practice working in the round. Then you get to attach those cute little ears!bearO_medium2Practice your post stitches and working in the back loops on the Chunky Boot Cuffs by Sincerely Pam
bootcuff1_medium2 The Corset Coffee Cozy by Glamour4You is a great project to work on your tension. Since it laces up in the end, you can adjust if needed.corset cozy

Puff stitches are fun to try and you’ll get plenty of practice on the Victoria Infinity Scarf by Sincerely Pam
DSC_0017_5_medium2Practice changing colors with the Edward Beanie by BrianaK. edward_hat_medium2

Make your first flower with the Flower Me Headband by AccessoriseOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Hill’s Boarder Beanie by Snappy-Tots has written instructions and photos if you need helphillsboarder_medium

If you are not a crocheter already, I really hope you will try some of these patterns. If you already crochet, refresh some of your skills. Let me know how it goes!

Happy Crocheting!

~EmilyLearn to Crochet with these Beginner Crochet Patterns (Pinterest)

About Emily Truman

Emily is the Assistant Editor at Happily Hooked Magazine and the owner at Em's Corner. She is a WAHM with 4 kids. She has a passion for crochet and sharing the art with others.

2 Comments

  1. marilyn paton

    August 22, 2015 at 4:49 pm

    Love this website x

    • Emily Truman

      August 22, 2015 at 5:04 pm

      Thank you!

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