Decorate Your Home With Crochet

Decorate Your Home With Crochet -- Free Patterns Are Available for All of These Designs, and More.

Decorate Your Home With Crochet — Free Patterns Are Available for All of These Designs, and More.

Want to decorate your home with crochet? If so, you’ll find plenty of appropriate crochet patterns on the Internet — with many of them being available for free. We’ve rounded up bunches of free home decor patterns here for your consideration.

Perhaps you’d like to crochet a rag rug. Or, maybe doilies are more your style. Whether you’d like to decorate your kitchen, your bedroom, your dining room, your bathroom, or any other room in your home, you’ll find free crochet patterns to suit.

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9 Responses to Decorate Your Home With Crochet

  1. Marina says:

    That blanket would be perfect in my son’s room, but do you think I could add several more colors to it? I’m thinking maybe a dark brown or a navy blue, and another shade of lighter blue. What do you think?

  2. Amy Solovay says:

    Hi Marina! Thanks for dropping by, and thanks so much for the comment. I am glad you like the blanket.

    Yes, you could easily make this blanket more colorful. Each square has 3 colors in it. The easiest way to add additional colors would be to choose 3 different colors for each square. So for example in one square you could put the medium blue, the navy blue and the tan color. In another square, you could put the dark brown, the tan and the turquoise. Does that make sense?

  3. Marina says:

    Yes, that makes perfect sense. Excellent! I am going to grab the pattern. Thank you so much.

  4. Amy Solovay says:

    Great! You’re welcome. :) Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope your son will LOVE the blanket you make for him.

  5. Natasha says:

    I’m a beginner at crochet and I would never have thought to crochet napkin rings. or place mats. My mama always had quilted placemats at home. I thought crochet was more for blankets and hats. Thx for the cool idea.

  6. Mamaof5 says:

    That’s a neato edging on your blanket. How’d you do it?

  7. Amy Solovay says:

    To Natasha: Thanks for the comment. I am so glad you have decided to begin crocheting. That’s fantastic! Glad you found the idea interesting; I hope you’ll be inspired to try many different sorts of projects in crochet. While blankets and hats are some of the most popular types of crochet patterns, you can make so many different things in crochet: jewelry, baskets, hair accessories…you name it.

    To Mamaof5: Great question. You can click here to get the free checkerboard edging pattern. Hopefully that’ll explain it all for you — but if you have additional questions, please do get in touch. Thanks for commenting.

  8. Katie says:

    Thanks for the patterns! I have been looking for a scalloped edging to go around a tablecloth I am making, and I think this one will work. I’m going to try it.

  9. Amy Solovay says:

    Hi Katie! You’re welcome. :) Best wishes with your tablecloth. I hope the edging will work well with it.

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