Good afternoon all you crochet lovers. I hope your Tuesday is going and is a decent one. So today I have a crochet round up for you featuring 17 designs using double crochet. Well, today I am excited to share some beautiful crochet patterns that follow the double crochet in their designs. Again this week, I have some pretty amazing designers.
Crochet Round Up of Things Made With Double Crochet
Are you ready for some amazing free patterns made with double crochet??? Here we go...
Ok ladies and Gents, the first one is this lovely Hometown Chunky Cardigan by Knitting with Chopsticks. This cardigan is made with a #5 chunky weight yarn. get this great crochet pattern here
Just look at the cuteness of this Faux Fur Hood by Sincerely Pam. She uses Lion's Brand Faux Fur Yarn; it is a #6 bulky weight. The pattern difficulty is: Intermediate. Get your crochet pattern here.
This Blooming Hand Towel is something unique with the flowers flowing on the bottom from Rows and Roses. I love the #4 weight cotton yarn. It is 23' long and 11" wide. Get your crochet pattern here.
This really is a Hypnotic Pillow from Sincerely Pam. I love the circle and I get caught in the stare! Pam uses Red Heart with Love. Get your crochet pattern here
I love this Midnight Top by Desert Bloom Crafts. It is worked from the top down; I personally love the raglan type. This uses 3 skeins of #4 worsted weight yarn! Get the free crochet pattern here
What fun and 3 different options!
Look at this beautiful Sweet Cake Shawl from With Alex. This pattern is made using Medium Worsted 4 Yarn (Caron Cake, Premier Sweet Roll or Bernat Pop: 1 cake). Find the crochet pattern here
I love the Bad Hair Day Messy Bun Hat because I constantly wear my hair up. With Alex has created this one with ear flaps!! Love it! Get your crochet pattern here
I love this Spring Crochet Top by Rebecca Velasques. She worked this all in double crochet. I love the texture of this yarn. The yarn is a #3 dk weight. This looks like fun....get your crochet pattern here
This is the Crochet Yuma Tank by Needle Klankers. Here is another pattern where I adore this color change. She uses a #3 weight yarn. Get the crochet pattern here
Ohhhhhhh can you imagine stepping on this Plush Pom Bath Mat from Blackstone Designs. She made this with a #7 Jumbo Yarn. MMMMMM the squishiness!! Find the crochet pattern here
The Crochet Simple Ripple Scarf by Raffamusa Designs was designed using double crochet stitches. It is designed as a laid back beginner pattern. She uses the #4 worsted weight yarn. You can find the crochet pattern here
I love seeing easy shawls and this Friendship Triangle Shawl by Straight Hooked is no exception. This is so pretty!! She designed this with #4 worsted weight yarn. Find the pattern crochet here
I have loved all these easy patterns for all you beginners out there. Here is the Easy Peephole Chevron Crochet Blanket from Sigoni Macaroni. In this pattern she used #3 weight dk yarn. Find the crochet pattern here
Here is another pattern that is easy to follow. The Crochet Granny Triangle Shawl from Easy Crochet is great for a beginner. If you have mastered the double crochet, you can make this! She used #4 med worsted weight yarn. You can find the crochet pattern here
Do you know what I love about Wilmade? The colors that she uses just catch my eyes. I love them. Wilmade has designed this Double Crochet All The Way Shawl for you all....free! She uses a fingerling 2 ply yarn. Very lightweight. Find this crochet pattern here
The Crochet Spring Headband was designed by Lucy Craft Designs using a #3 weight yarn. What I love about the headband is the simplicity of it. The embellishment of flowers is adorable and a choice. Find the crochet pattern here
This easy little Sapling Sweater Vest by Stitches N Scraps is adorable. You just need to know basic crochet stitches to make this, She used a fingerling weight yarn to design this. You can find the crochet pattern here.
Well, that concludes this Round Up of All Things Made With Double Crochet. I hope you like these patterns as much as I do! Thank you for being here and please leave comments below, as I love hearing from you.
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