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Give a gift from the heart with fantastic crochet patterns from this FREE e-book! This gift guide will help you crochet for both boys and girls, aunts and uncles, friends and family and so much more.

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In general, crocheters love to crochet for others. Some of the most rewarding crocheting experiences are those that bring smiles to others. When it comes to crocheting gifts for friends, family, and charity organizations it’s always good to have some patterns on hand for all occasions. With The Crocheter’s Gift Guide: Free Crochet Afghan Patterns, Baby Blankets, and More for All Occasions, you’ll never have to scramble to find a pattern to crochet. Crochet gifts for Christmas, holidays, and birthdays year round with these 10 great patterns.

Some crochet gifts are harder to make for everyone on your list. That’s why crochet afghans are your best bet— they’re versatile, easy to customize, and pretty basic to crochet. This crochet gift guide will help you crochet for both boys and girls, aunts and uncles, friends and family and so much more.

You'll love the reader-favorite Beach Stripe Surf Blanket (pg. 4). This crochet blanket is a pattern you can rely on for so many occasions. Using the woven stitch, make crochet stripes with your leftover yarn to make a colorful and simple crochet blanket.

One of the most perfect gifts for the little ones is the Hooded Baby Blanket (pg. 11). Babies always seem to grow so fast! It’s time to crochet a baby blanket that can be used when they are a toddler as well. The Hooded Baby Blanket is a clever crochet baby blanket that will keep little heads warm as they snuggle up for story time. Kids love to wear this hooded crochet blanket almost like a cape. Make this crochet baby blanket for charity too to brighten a child’s day.

Last but not least, in With The Crocheter’s Gift Guide: Free Crochet Afghan Patterns, Baby Blankets, and More for All Occasions, you’ll find the Bargello Stitch Pattern (pg. 24). This crochet stitch gets its name from the way the tops of European castles look. This stair step structure is fun to crochet and the resulting afghans are absolutely stunning.

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I am looking for a pattern of an American Flag I had one that came out of a magazine long ago and lost it thanks

Hi Evelyn, To search the patterns on our site, you can click in the search bar at the top left and type in what you're looking for. If you have a specific pattern question you can also ask our community of active crocheters on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns/ Thanks! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns

The pink mascato double shell pattern looks like a keeper. I read thru the directions and it is not complicated at all. If you use thicker yarn and a jumbo hook it can do it up in no time. Wonder how it would look done in variegated or hombre yarn? Guess there us one way to find out!

Looks like overall great patterns, but was reading the "Bargello Cross Stitch Pattern and was disappointed by the abrupt ending! I'd be able to figure it out because I've been crocheting for quite some time, but a beginner might not! Is there a happy ending to the pattern?

As a new crocheter I am looking forward to learning a lot from this ebook. THANK YOU! :)

patterns look easy to do , and the instructions are very easy to follow!! Thanks so much for the free download.. I definitely will make several of these

Pam I still have not gotten the Angel afghan pattern.I would sure like to make it.

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