It’s that time of year again when bells start ringing and school is back in session! Everyone rushes to get school supplies, new outfits, and get back into the old routines of school. If you’re looking for some fun new crochet projects to make for your kiddos, you’re in luck because the the Back to School Crochet Blog Hop is here to give you all sorts of back to school free crochet patterns. From crochet backpacks to crochet pencil pouches, the designers of the blog hop have created some amazing patterns!
The Back to School Crochet Blog Hop is a fun crochet pattern event where from August 12-23, twelve crochet designers will be sharing their free back to school crochet patterns. Each day of the blog hop a new designer is featured who will be sharing a free crochet pattern that is perfect for this back to school season. Here on my blog I’ll be sharing all of the patterns in this blog post so that you have one post with all of the links to these great patterns!
I’ve loved getting to know all sorts of different crochet designers in my maker journey, and I’ve gathered together another great group of talented makers to feature during this blog hop! They all have worked really hard to capture the back to school spirit in quick and easy crochet patterns. Here are all of the awesome designers involved besides myself:
All of us are looking forward to sharing the designs we have made for back to school!
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I’m so excited to share all of the patterns with you and help you and your kiddos get into the school spirit!
As school comes around, the cold weather soon follows and everyone needs to keep their hands warm. The Everly Fingerless Gloves by Made With a Twist are a cute and cozy cold weather accessory that makes a great teacher gift or item for your kiddos. They go wonderfully with any outfit, and are super easy ribbed fingerless gloves to make! You can get the free crochet pattern here: Everly Fingerless Gloves.
An apple a day will brighten your day! This adorable crochet apple basket is a fun crochet basket pattern that is perfect for a teacher gift or fall crochet home decor storage for your home. Great for holding little knick knacks or school supplies! Free tapestry crochet pattern available here my blog at: Apple A Day Crochet Basket.
Have trouble keeping track of your keys? I’ve got the pattern for you: the crochet lanyard pattern by Stitch in Progress. This free crochet lanyard pattern is great for hanging your keys on, and also works as a keychain for your kids to have a key on it! It’s a simple and functional crochet pattern that is fun to make. You can get the free pattern on the Stitch in Progress blog at: Crochet Wrist Lanyard and Keychain.
Do your kids need something to keep their pencils and crayons in? This fun Crayon Pencil Pouch by Sunflower Cottage Crochet would be great for that! It’s such a cute crayon design that is functional as well. I love it! You can get the free crochet pattern at: Crayon Pencil Pouch.
Need a fun bag for your kiddos to carry around their school books and other things?? The Back2School Tunisian Bag is exactly what you need! It features a cute chalkboard on the front, which I totally love. You can get the free crochet pattern at: Back2School Tunisian Bag.
Fanny packs are back in style! If you want to be a part of this trend, why not crochet your own? This Boho Belt Bag by Creations by Courtney is a stylish belt bag that would be an awesome teacher gift. It’s perfect for holding all of the knick knacks that teachers need to carry around with them. It’d also be great for traveling too! You can get the free pattern here at: Boho Belt Bag.
Help your kiddos keep their hands clean, by making them this cute Octopus Hand Sanitizer Cozy! The pattern even shows you how to turn it into a keychain. It’s a little buddy they can carry around on their backpacks or lanyards, so they never lose track of their hand sanitizer! You can get the free crochet pattern by Crochet Boss at: Octopus Hand Sanitizer Cozy.
Break out your inner artist with this adorable Crayon Kawaii Cuddler by 3amgracedesigns. It’s smiling face and cheery colors are sure to brighten up your day! You can make one in every color of the rainbow! Free crochet crayon pattern available at: Crayon Kawaii Cuddler.
Worry no more about your chairs scratching up your floors! Knitting with Chopsticks has designed these adorable and easy to make chair socks. They’d be an awesome teacher gift to go on the classroom chairs, or to use on your chairs in your home. You can get the free pattern at: Chair Socks Crochet Pattern.
Granny squares are all the rage, and what better way to keep the trend going then to make this cute granny square pencil pouch! It’s a fun way to store your favorite school supplies, and it’s customizable to whatever colors you want. You can get the free crochet pattern from Sun Sand Stitch at: Granny Square Pencil Pouch.
What young boy doesn’t love fire trucks? Make the perfect bag for your boys with this Firetruck Backpack free crochet pattern from Love Life Yarn. Featuring a fun red fire truck driving down the street, it’s a wonderful back to school backpack. The pattern also includes a video tutorial as well! You can get the free crochet pattern on Love Life Yarn’s blog at: How to Crochet a Firetruck Backpack.
Wrap yourself up in this fall in the beautiful Athena Poncho by Yarnique. Made using Lion Brand Mandala, the yarn creates beautiful color blocks that are each unique. It fits any size, and it’d be so cute as a mommy and me poncho set too! You can get the free crochet pattern on Yarnique’s blog at: Athena Poncho Crochet Pattern.
Be sure to check back here everyday for new free crochet patterns through August 23. One new back to school crochet pattern will be released each day!
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