My patterns are available for free. You are welcome to sell your finished products, I would just ask for the design to be credited to A Crochet Journey and/or add a link to this blog, especially if you are selling online. Please do not sell copies of the pattern or post them anywhere, written or online, without a link to this blog or without crediting the design to A Crochet Journey.
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5 thoughts on “Free Patterns”
Thank you so much for the Uva pattern. It worked up quickly and I love the result. It was worked in a worsted weight yarn and is super warm. I am just about to post my completed project on ravelry. One of my projects for the new year is to learn Tunisian crochet so I am excited to follow your tutorials. Have a blessed holiday season 🙂
You are so talented!
From the spoiled weather and sunshine tax state of California, I just wanted to say I have never joined a blog, but I have yours. I’m extremely private and very much so when it comes to social media. Your enthusiasm (even if ripping a stich for a do-over) I must say, is positively infections! Thank you for your patterns both free and those that provide the rest of us the option to purchase. Artist by majority lack compensation that not only acknowledges quality design and talent but contributes to you as a artist. Many awesome pictures you have for the visual learner as myself are priceless.
Being creative in art of so many kinds is my strength in life but even in our greatest personal moments of a accomplishment come our doubts and challenges. For me working with yarn I’ve enjoyed micro-macrame jewelry but crochet was my first love. Frustrated with lack of designs for 3 dimensional crochet vs 2d knitting I struggled ugh, a lot learning knitting recently. I wanted to learn Tunisian and wow, does knitting help it make more sense but changing colors, wow did your pictures really nail it for me.
Lastly, I will admit I’m struggling with a constant painful physical disability that just adds to my frustration. Trying to get a idea from my head out into reality artistically is just a no-go if you barely know how to do the stiches.
Your comments remind oneself being human is what connects us. Our flaws truly make our successes worthy and supposedly us wiser, right?!?!
Anywho, my apologies for the lengthy hello to you in cyber world… somehow (“Hi, Sol, awesome blog, thanks!”) Just seems like a finished garmet without the blocking!
Cheers to you and all, may we find joy and peace one stich at a time!
C again- week I did write 2much! Just had to add, I was frustrated with not lack of crochet designs but crochet garment designs I like compared to knitting…
Now with Tunisian it is best of both worlds so no excuses for me anymore making wearable art worth wearing!