Free Crochet Patterns Using Velvet Yarn

Velvet yarn is crazy popular in the fiber world right now! You’ve probably seen all the big brands release their own version of this trendy yarn. If you’re wondering what kind of crochet projects would work best for this super-soft fiber, look no further- I’ve compiled a list of the best free crochet patterns using velvet yarn. I’ve also categorized the patterns by type for easy browsing. I can’t wait to see what you make with your new velvet yarn! Happy crocheting!

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Velvet Crocheted Blanket – Vel Luxe Throw by Jessica at Mama In A Stitch

Velvet Crochet Throw Blanket Free Pattern

This cuddly throw blanket looks like an expensive designer throw, but it’s actually handmade! The ribbing gives it stretchy texture, and makes it cozy, too. The free pattern is great for beginners and can be found here.

Velvet Circle Pillow by Maria at Maria’s Blue Crayon

A cozy cushion really showcases the beauty of this velvet yarn! This easy crochet pattern works up fast and is another great beginner pattern. You can find the free crochet pattern here.


Penelope Velvet Beanie by Samantha at Soro Bella Creations

Velvet Beanie crochet Pattern

This versatile and super-soft velvet crochet beanie will be your new go-to for gifting! You’ll want one of these comfy hats in every color. Find the pattern here on the Crochetpreneur blog!

Audrey Velvet Ear Warmer by Claire at E’Claire Makery

Audrey Velvet Earwarmer FREE Crochet Pattern by E'Claire Makery

This sweet and sophisticated velvet ear warmer is a fast and fun project! Puffy stitches and easy construction makes this free crochet pattern a must-have. You can find the pattern to make your own here!

Velvet Dream Crochet Circle Scarf by Emily at Em’s Fiber Arts

This cozy, versatile velvet cowl is a must-make for the chilly season! Soft velvet yarn is thick and warm, keeping out the cold drafts while still being stylish and comfy. Find the beginner-friendly free crochet pattern right here!

The Hopewell Scarf by Mary at Croyden Crochet

For those frosty winter mornings, you’ll want to wrap up in this snuggly velvet scarf! Elegant stitches and luxurious fringe makes this scarf an essential accessory for your winter wardrobe. Find the free crochet pattern here!

Quick & Easy Velvet Ballet Slippers by Michelle at MJ’s Off The Hook Designs

These velvet ballet slippers are a cute and easy project for this luxurious yarn! Soft velvet fiber and fur pom-pom accents make these slippers as adorable as they are functional. You can find the free crochet pattern here.


Crochet Audrey Tunic by Ashleigh at Sewrella

This retro-inspired velvet tunic is feminine, flattering, and fun! The free pattern uses simple stitches and construction for a truly stunning, easier-than-it-looks finished product. Find the crochet pattern and tutorial here!


Kid’s Velvet Sweater by Breann at Hooked On Homemade Happiness

Kid's Velvet Sweater Crochet Pattern - The Kid's Velvet Sweater Crochet Pattern is the softest, coziest sweater I have ever made! (Don't worry, I already have an adult version in the works) This pattern comes in sizes 5 - 12 and is perfect for the little one in your life! Trust me, they will love having this snuggly sweater in their closet.

The velvet trend isn’t just for grown-ups; you can make this cozy kid’s sweater for all the little ones in your family! Try using colorful velvet yarn for a fun twist on this trendy fiber. The easy-to-follow free crochet pattern can be found here.

Emma-Noel’s Velvet Bear by Lee at Coco Crochet Lee

Velvet yarn makes for a super-cuddly toy for kids! This crochet teddy bear is easier than it looks, and your little one will love snuggling with their velvety new friend. Find the free pattern here!

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Free Crochet Patterns Using Velvet Yarn

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Toasted Marshmallow Throw Blanket

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Toasted Marshmallow Throw: Free Crochet Blanket Pattern

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Hey everyone! I have been SO excited about this new crochet blanket pattern and I’m happy to finally share it with you all! This cuddly, stretchy, softer-than-soft throw blanket is one of my favorite makes ever. I’m a huge fan of blankets and this one is like wrapping up in a cozy cocoon of fuzzy warmth. I actually made it for a gift this holiday season, and I’m almost too attached to it to part with it!

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How To Save Tons Of Money On Yarn

How To Save Money On Yarn

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Hey friends! Today I’m sharing some great ways to save tons of money on yarn and fiber. If you’re a crocheter or fiber artist, you know how expensive yarn can be, especially if you like to make large projects or use specialty yarns. Over my years of crocheting, I’ve picked up several ways to save lots of money on yarn. (Now if only I could stop buying yarn when I really don’t need it…) From coupons and clearance to cash back programs, I rely on all these money-saving tips to keep my yarn stash full and my wallet happy. Read on to find out the best ways to save money on yarn!

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Ten Crochet Gift Ideas For People Who Crochet

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Hey friends! If you’re reading this, chances are you have a family member/best friend/teacher/friendly barista who loves to crochet, and they have an upcoming holiday or special occasion. You want to give them a crochet themed gift, but you have no clue what to get them, or where to even start. Yarn? Hooks? Whatever else you use to crochet, but you’re not really sure what that even is?

Don’t worry, I’ve got your back. I’ve compiled a list of ten different crochet gift ideas for the crochet addict in your life. These gifts can fit any shopping budget, and work for anybody who likes to crochet, guy or gal! From materials and tools to crochet-themed memorabilia, you’ll have a wealth of gift ideas, along with a better understanding of what exactly we crocheters want and need for our favorite pastime.

Read on to find the perfect gift for the crochet lover!

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Banishing Wrist Pain: My Top Tips For Crocheters

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We’re getting closer to the holidays, which means most of us crafters are starting to buckle down on gift-making. For me, that means I’m crocheting even more than usual, and it also means I end up feeling the effects in my hands and wrist. I’m sure I’m not the only one- most activities that involve repetitive hand motions (such as crocheting, knitting, cross stitching, embroidering, etc…) come with some degree of wrist pain. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to help combat the common aches and soreness associated with so many of the crafts we love.

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Simple and Modern Free Crochet Patterns For Fall

Hey everyone! Last week I shared my new Velvet Dreams Circle Scarf pattern, which you all seemed to love! I love it too, and I’m super excited to wear my own once the cooler weather arrives. Here in the Midwest, we don’t always get a real fall, but we do have those days where it’s too warm for a wool scarf and hat, but still nice to have an extra layering piece.

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WOMH: Fluffy Shell Stitch Scarf

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Hey everyone! Here again with an update of what’s on my hook. The answer is a lot of things! I’m working on the second pattern for my fall crochet accessory series. If you missed it, last week I released the free pattern for the Velvet Dream circle scarf, a super plush and easy-to-make scarf using simple stitches and an amazing velvet yarn. You can check out the post and get the free pattern here!

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Velvet Dream Super Plush Crochet Circle Scarf Pattern

Hey everyone! Today I’m sharing one of my new designs for fall, the Velvet Dream Super Plush Crochet Circle Scarf. This chunky, squishy infinity scarf is seriously SO soft- I used some new velvet yarn from Hobby Lobby’s Yarn Bee line and it’s the real deal! It’s a bulky weight (category 5) yarn that feels light in the skein but works up thick and heavy. I used the Olive colorway, which is a kind of hunter green that has a beautiful mossy look to it. This scarf uses basic crochet stitches and works up in a thick panel, meaning it’s perfect for keeping out cold drafts on chilly days, and the fluffy velvet texture retains heat surprisingly well. It’s so cozy and warm, you may never want to take it off!

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WOMH: Wanders Wrap from Mama In A Stitch

Crochet sample with neutral yarn and wooden hook.

What’s On My Hook is a weekly glimpse into a project I’m currently working on, as well as life updates and usually cat pictures.

Hey everyone! I’m back for another update of what’s on my hook at the moment. It’s always a struggle to pick a project for this, since I usually have several works in progress that I bounce between. Maybe that’s why I never seem to get anything done.

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