Hello, my creative crochet-crazy crowd! I have a thrilling announcement about one of our latest collections of free crochet patterns—designed by you! I’m so excited to reveal the top 100 crochet patterns of 2011 from AllFreeCrochet.com. You chose this collection from the best of the best, and though the competition was fierce, your creative interests revealed the most popular, most fabulous and most frequently fashioned crochet patterns last year. Click here to check out 100 Free Crochet Patterns for Winter: Free Crochet Hat Patterns, Scarves, Blankets and More and see what you chose!
The resounding theme of the collection was that of the winter wonderland. There’s nothing like crochet scarf patterns and crochet hat patterns to prepare you for the elements, and your top winter weather projects are all in this collection. These projects are perfect for keeping nice and toasty amid winter breezes, or just adding an impressive statement to your wardrobe or home décor.
Here’s a sneak peak at all of the amazing projects you chose as your favorites in 2011!
Crochet glove patterns were hands down (get it?) some of the most popular of the projects on AllFreeCrochet.com. Keep your digits dancing and your fingers unfrozen with these easy crochet mittens and gloves. Learn how to crochet gloves and mittens as gifts or personal accessories. If your fingers freeze every time you venture out your door, try Taming the Butterfly Fingerless Gloves. These will help you embrace your inner butterfly and come out of your winter cocoon so you can enjoy the gorgeous falling snow.
In order to properly optimize brain function, one must keep one’s head toasty and warm at all times—not to mention fashionable. Fortunately, with the collection of free crochet hat patterns in our list of the Top 100 Crochet Patterns of 2011, you can look and feel great regardless of the weather. Try this Quick Fix Winter Hat; it’s perfectly suited for playing in the snow!
You also revealed that you are huge fans of our phenomenal free crochet scarf patterns! Fend off unfashionable winter shivers with these lovely handmade scarves. This Asymmetry Scarf Using One Skein will keep your neck nice and warm, as well as display your innate and perfect fashion sense.
Even if you’re not a fan of going out and experiencing the elements, you can still enjoy winter with the free crochet afghan patterns you chose in the top 100 projects of 2011 from AllFreeCrochet.com. For a bright and unique accent piece, try Framed Church Windows 6-Inch Square. This phenomenal afghan square looks just like a stained glass window, and it’s colorful charm brightens up your décor.
If you’re hankering for more free crochet patterns after seeing this sneak peak, click here to see all of the top 100 projects of 2011 in 100 Free Crochet Patterns for Winter: Free Crochet Hat Patterns, Scarves, Blankets and More!
Have you made anything on this list? Which of these projects is your favorite? I’m a big fan of the Crochet Lace Gloves. They’re just so elegant! Tell us your favorites in the comments below!