This cute pink crochet plaid slouchy is made with four colors! The technique is just as easy as the regular plaid stitch. Make your own plaid or gingham hat! The post is sponsored by Furls.
This crochet plaid triangle cowl is a fabulous addition to your winter and fall wardrobe! It’s made with #5 bulky yarn, so you can make this pretty accessory in an evening or two. Enjoy this free pattern!
It’s this toddlers plaid trapper hat precious? Everyone will “ooo” and “ahh” over this cute hat. Your toddler will be warm and cozy all season. Make one for each kid or grandkid with this free crochet pattern!
This reader request pattern is very fun to make. Because the plaid hat is worked from the bottom up, it’s very easy to modify it into a crochet plaid messy bun hat! Perfect for keeping your head warm while keeping your hear up in a bun. Enjoy this free crochet pattern!
Using simple color changes, you can make this fab boot cuffs that look like buffalo plaid! They are perfect for your wardrobe or would make a thoughtful gift. Enjoy the free crochet pattern!
This cozy trapper hat for women is the first free crochet pattern in a week-long crochet plaid series. This hat is so cozy and is made with 2 strands of yarn, so it’s thick and warm. You will love wearing your crochet plaid trapper hat all season long!
This simple wreath is made with the plaid technique, a fun and versatile stitch technique. This wreath is perfect for your holiday or Christmas front door, and brings touch of rustic to your home. Make it using this free crochet pattern.
Now make the crochet plaid hat for kids! Make this ever-popular hat for both toddler and kids, so everyone in your family has a plaid hat to wear this winter! Enjoy this free crochet pattern.
Make this crochet plaid infinity scarf, an absolute staple to your fall wardrobe! Once you get a hang of the plaid technique, you will love making them for all your besties! Enjoy this free crochet pattern.
These crochet plaid arm warmers are perfect for when your hands and wrists are cold, but you still need to use your fingers. Leave the bow on or off, or embellish with your own idea! Enjoy this free crochet pattern.
These adorable baby plaid trapper hats are perfect for cool months and look super cute on Baby! The free crochet pattern includes 3 sizes for different aged babies. Everyone will love these cute hats!
This chunky crochet plaid pillow works up very fast and makes a quick and easy way to add some rustic holiday flair to any room. Use this free crochet pattern to make pillows for every room!
Update: Scroll down for all the plaid patterns!
Happy Monday friends! I can finally announce something I have been working furiously to finish. Due to the extreme popularity of my crochet plaid slouchy, I decided to design a few more plaid patterns and have a whole crochet PLAID WEEK! I am loving how they are turning out, and I am very excited about one in particular (it was actually a reader suggestion!), I hope you love them too! So mark your calendars and get ready to crochet some plaid!
I wanted to let you know beforehand so you could gather supplies if needed.
I am still finalizing the projects but I have included my yarn estimates. The Bulky and Tuff Puff are finalized, but the last projects are made with worsted and are not finalized yet, so I am estimating the yardage on those.
Here is what I will be using: (affiliate links)
Size P Hook (10 mm)
Size J, H, I, G hooks
Brava Bulky Weight Yarn in Red, Wine and Black
Brava Worsted Weight yarn Red, Wine and Black
Tuff Puff Bulky Yarn in Serrano, Pomegranate and Black
One project will be using Tuff Puff, and you will need 1 ball or Serrano, 2 balls of black and 2 balls for pomegranate.
Two projects will be using Brava Bulky, so you will need 2 balls each of Black and Wine and 1 ball of Red.
Four (possibly FIVE) projects will use Brava Worsted. You will need 3-4 balls of each color to complete one size of each project.
I am assuming you DO have some yarn on hand, because a couple of the projects will have plaid accents, and will use a different Medium Weight yarn for the main part (less than a skein per project). If you don’t have any on hand, order a nice neutral like gray (or other color you would like to go along with a plaid accent).
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This crochet plaid hat is a classic. You need one in every color and you will love this fun and unique crochet plaid technique! Once you start plaid, you can’t stop. Enjoy this free crochet pattern! This post included affiliate links which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase (at no extra cost to you!)Thanks for supporting Whistle and Ivy!