7 Best Crochet Blogs

7 Best Crochet Blogs

Working on AllFreeCrochet.com has not only enhanced my crochet skills and made me even more addicted to the craft, but it has made me come across some of the best crochet bloggers out there. We’ve had the privilege to work with many talented designers out there, and through vigorous follow up and reach outs we have teamed up to provide you with amazing crochet patterns.

I personally love the fact that there are so many crochet designs to choose from that you just don’t know which ones to start out with; we are constantly adding more every day. I’ve started working up one design only to see something else that caught my eye again and again; let’s just say I have many WIP’s. With that said, we wanted to give a special shout out to some of our faves!

PLUS! Don’t miss out on our latest list chosen by readers: Top 25 Crochet Blogs of 2017!

Shocking Mandala Rug 300x282 Brighten Your Home With A Shocking Mandala RugMoogly

If you haven’t seen the talented work of  Tamara Kelly yet, then you’re in for a treat. She has some amazing crochet patterns that we were lucky enough to share with you. From bags, to rugs to wearables and fun little designs, she is sure to have something you’d be interested in.



Snow Goddess ScarfFiber Flux

Jennifer Dickerson is a knitter as well as a crocheter, who specializes in scarves and shawls, among other crochet designs. Some of her patterns, like the Snow Goddess Scarf, have been overwhelmingly liked by our readers. Her beautiful images are accompanied by easy-to-follow crochet instructions.





1 cover sunburst vacation scarf Sunburst Vacation Wrap: Crochet with Lightweight YarnCre8tion Crochet

Our relationship with Lorene Eppolite has increased significantly over the past few months. Her work has blown us away and I personally would love to make every one of her crochet patterns. She has made headbands, hats, cowls, shrugs and wedding patterns that are just breathless.


Bear Lovey BlanketPetals to Pecots

Kara Maikis Gunza is a yarn addict, as we all are. She’s created beautiful motifs and blankets, one of which is the Bear Lovey Blanket, that our readers love. The crochet colors that she chooses for each design creates a fabulous color palette. If you haven’t seen her patterns yet, then be sure to stop by.


Happy Hour Cocktail RingCrochet Dynamite

Working with a crochet designer like Jaime Eads Maraia is extra special for us because we not only love her work, but she’s also a strong Cancer survivor. She loves designing fun patterns inspired by pop-culture. You can find many of those on AllFreeCrochet. I love the Happy Hour Cocktail Ring.



60 Minute Mary Jane SlippersWhistle and Ivy

Bethany Dearden has captured my heart with some of her items. She enjoys making baby crochet patterns and hats, but also tries to branch out to other patterns. Her blog is about her adventures in the craft world and the mommy world as she was inspired to crochet by her son.




You didn’t think we’d leave out one of the best sites in town, did you? AllFreeCrochet is an amazing one-stop-shop for all things crochet. I have caught myself searching the site for hours finding the most amazing crochet designs a girl could ask for. We couldn’t do it without our bloggers’ help!


Do you have a favorite crochet blog you visit often?



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