It’s unbelievable that 2017 is rolling out and 2018 will soon be ushered in. I set some lofty goals for this year; some of them met, some not. We had a fabulous 2nd year of Plaid Week, and we also added extra characters to our Rustic Nativity. It has been a year of challenges, but it has also been a year of learning and quite a bit of fun. I am so grateful you are taking this journey with me! To end the year, I have teamed up with a few other bloggers to bring you the top crochet pattern from 2017. 

Top FREE Crochet Patterns of 2017 - Get the top 10 patterns from around the web in one place! These are the most popular patterns of the year!

Without further ado, here are 10 Best FREE Crochet Patterns of 2017: 

Beginning with mine, the top post from Whistle and Ivy this year is my Crochet Snowfall hat! I am fudging it just a bit because the post was actually published last year, but I added more sizes this year and it’s had a boost in popularity the last few months, so I am counting it! 

The Friendly Red Fox‘s top post is this Friendly Mermaid!  This pretty FREE crochet pattern is beginner friendly, so it’s perfect for your first doll :) Follow along with The Friendly Red Fox and sign up for The Friendly Newsletter and join The Friendly Crochet Club. 

Cute sweater alert! Make and Do Crew had this Easy, Chunky Crochet Sweater  top the charts for the top post of the year. This pretty pattern even comes with a video tutorial.,  so give it a try!Follow her on Instagram here.

 

 

Sewrella‘s top post was this Everyday Cardigan,  another pretty and easy crochet sweat pattern.Follow her on Pinterest here.

 

 Woodland was very on-trend this year. Maria’s Blue Crayon ‘s top post was her Woodland Granny Square Afghan. It includes the cutest forest friends. So cute! Follow her on Facebook here.

 

 Left in Knots came up with this brilliant idea for Crochet Water Balloons! These went viral over the summer, be sure to make a big pile so you are ready when the warm weather hits in a few months. Follow her on Facebook for more fun!

 



Little Monkey’s Crochet’s top post was her Henry’s Baby Blanket pattern. This blanket is so sweet! Follow her over on Facebook!

 

One Dog Woof has this adorable Classic Stuffed Bunny as her top post. This bunny is perfect for any child, and her yarn choice is perfection! Follow her on Instagram to keep up with her projects!

 

Persia Lou does SO MANY cute things. So many, you guys. But these adorable pom pom slippers were her top post this year! You could change the color a bit and they would look like Tinkerbell. Too cute!Follow her on Pinterest.

 

All About Ami’s top post for this year is her pattern for her Snuggle Bunny Pillows.  They are a bulky project (yay), so they are fast but SO cute! I could see these pillows in a nursery or little girl’s room.  Make sure you follow All About Ami on Instagram!

 

Aren’t these posts fab?
I hope you take the time to set some goals this month for the upcoming year. They can be little goals or a goal that you think is huge and out of reach. Let’s make 2018 fabulous!

 

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8 Comments

  1. Bethany
    I’m looking for the PDF you had for the Nativity complete set. I printed many of them but my mother thought it was just things I left laying around and cleaned up for me while I was gone after Christmas.. please help me I’d like to make them for my great grandchildren.

    Thank you
    Pat Lydon

  2. I am trying to save the free book you sent me recently and cant seem to do that. Not sure why? Also I am unable to print the free scarf Heart pattern featured in Jan of last year. Is there a spot for me to down load or print it out.

    v/r
    Brenda

    1. Hi Brenda! I am not sure why you can’t save it either! Does the PDF come up when you click the link? From there, you should see some icons at the bottom of your screen and one of them is a download icon.

  3. I just love those patterns. Never able to see the printed instructions, which i would WRITE out if could seethe “how to”

    Thanks for sharing…where can i find the Amigurumi Crochet patterns inbook form/

    All the best for 2018.
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