Farmhouse-Inspired Freebie Roundup

Well, folks...

The Farmhouse-Inspired series is officially wrapped up, and I thought I'd compile all the patterns I've released here on the blog all in one post! Make things a little easier for you and me.

This was no doubt the coolest thing I've done. I loved designing things all with one common theme, it made me think outside of the box and stretch my creative muscles. I thoroughly enjoyed this, and can see myself doing another series in the future.

Below you'll find the five patterns (all free!) in the series. Just click the link below each photo to view the pattern.

***I've also bundled the Farmhouse Series PDF's in my shop for $7, saving you $3 if you purchased them individually. You can find the bundle here.***

The first pattern I release was this simple washcloth design. I look back at this and just adore this piece! Find the pattern by clicking here.

Next was this beautiful wreath! Easily customized to your liking also.. Find the pattern by clicking here.

Then came this "Fresh" Farmer's Market Bag. I may be the most proud of this one! Find it here.

Next was the Farmhouse Cables Pillow. This thing is so comfy and cute... It's propped on my sofa now! Find the pattern here.

Last but not least was the Jute Dreamcatcher... this beauty gave me some grief, but I am so happy I saw it through. I was made with a $1 roll of jute string! Find the pattern here.

And there's the list of beautiful Farmhouse-Inspired crochet patterns! I loved creating each and every one of these. And seeing them all together brings me so much joy... 

Did you make any of the patterns from the series? Which is your favorite? I still can't choose a favorite, it's kind of like your children, you love them all the same. ;)

If you do end up making one of the patterns from the series, it would make me so happy to see your finished project! Tag me over on Instagram :)

Happy hookin',


10 FREE Patriotic Crochet Patterns Great for Fourth of July

Heyyyyyyy thhhhheeeerrrrreeeeeeee!

I've come to you with this Fourth of July roundup just in time to make at least one of these goodies before we celebrate our independence here in the states! I've took quite some time to select the best of the best (at least, in my opinion) of handmade crochet patriotic goodness! You're bound to find to find something you love! 

You will find the link to all the patterns below the photos, just click the word "here".


First up is this amazing wreath from Highland Hickory Designs. I love how unique this is, and it really doesn't look too difficult! Find the pattern here.

Okay, so I have some bad news on this dress... I couldn't find the source for the image anywhere! But I had to include this in my patriotic roundup. SOOO... I included the pattern for the dress below...

For this dress all you'd have to do is make the top navy, and alternate red and white on the bottom portion and you'd basically have the same dress! Of course after you add a few flowers (or even the stars seen below!!) Find the pattern for this adorable baby dress here.

I love the simplicity of this blanket. The chevrons make it oh-so-cute. Find it here.

I think this bunting is brilliant! So festive. Find the pattern here.

Oh my word, I am in love with this creation. I love everything about this. Including the girl wearing the top, and I don't even know her. She just seems fun. haha Find this cute pattern here.


I thought this little bag was cute. Would make a great beach tote!! Find it here.

I found these adorable little granny stars from The Stitchin Mommy and instantly thought they would make a cute garland. Find the pattern here.

You can not go wrong with an American Flag Koozie. You just simply can't. These look awesome. Find the pattern here.

This top is just so cool.. And if you prefer to learn by video, this is the pattern for you! Image from Krystal's Instagram here. Free VIDEO tutorial found here.

Okay, lastly I had to include my recent creation, the Bohemian American Flag. I loved this project! Perfect for your front door. :) Find it here.


BOOM. There's a killer list of FREE crochet patterns you've gotta check out. All these makers are super talented, and I enjoyed putting these together! 

Happy making,