Free Crochet Patterns

Free Crochet Patterns at Hookers Don’t Bite: All designs by Nina Leon. Patterns are for personal use or fundraisers, most are ok to sell handmade final objects if Nina Leon is noted as the designer. It will be noted in the pattern if written permission to sell final objects is required. Written permission from Nina Leon required for any other commercial use, mass production, or redistributing the pattern in any form. Contact Nina Leon by leaving a comment on this page.

Amigurumi

Googly ThoughtsGoogly Thoughts
Beginner Level
Instant Gratification – Under One Hour
a little bit of Worsted Weight yarn

I Love Yarn Googly Thought

Accessories

Sugared Ribs - An Infinity ScarfSugared Ribs: An Infinity Scarf
Intermediate Level
8-10 hours
around 280 yards Worsted Weight yarn (more if you make it larger)


No More Snow! a hat
Intermediate Level
8-10 hours
around 275 yards Worsted Weight yarn


Snow No flat viewSnow No? a cowl
Intermediate Level
9-11 hours
around 300 yards Worsted Weight yarn


Big Worm – A Hooked Hat
Intermediate Level
8-10 hours
around 330 yards Worsted Weight yarn


Striped Cowl for Boys and Men
Intermediate Level
4 hours
around 230 yards Worsted Weight yarn


SpareribsSpareribs - A Cowl – A Cowl
Intermediate Level
10-12 hours
around 375 yards Worsted Weight yarn


Worm on a Hook - The HatWorm on a Hook – The Hat
Intermediate Level
5-6 hours
around 190 yards Worsted Weight yarn


Not a Brioche Infinity ScarfNot a Brioche Infinity Scarf
Intermediate Level
8-10 hours
725 yards DK weight yarn


Woven Bobble Fingerless GlovesWoven Bobble Fingerless Gloves
Advanced Beginner Level
Instant Gratification – Very fast to work up
Under 1 Skein Bulky yarn


Hooked Holla Infinity ScarfHooked Holla Infinity Scarf
Intermediate Level
(Advanced Beginner if you choose Option 1)
500 yards Worsted Weight yarn


Sleevy ScarfSleevy Scarf
Beginner Level
Around 5 hours
4.5 Skeins Bulky yarn (490 yards)


Ribbed SleevoScarf
Beginner Level
A few hours
Just over 2 Skeins Bulky yarn (230 yards)


Folded Chinese Lantern CowlChinese Lantern Cowl
Advanced Beginner Level
Works up quickly
2 Skeins Bulky yarn
(pictured folded)


1 Hour 1 Skein 1 Scarf1 Hour + 1 Skein = 1 Spectacularly Sparkly Scarf
Beginner Level
Instant Gratification – One Hour
1 Skein Super Bulky yarn


Supersized See My Stitches ScarfSupersized See My Stitches Scarf
Beginner level
Instant Gratification
2 Skeins Bulky Yarn (218 yards)



Security Blanket ScarfSecurity Blanket Scarf
Beginner level
Instant Gratification
1 Skein Super Bulky Yarn (72 yards)

Afghan Squares and Blankets

See My Stitches Color Party Throw
Beginner Level
Fastest Blanket Ever
10.2 Skeins Bulky yarn (1111 yards)


Somewhere Over the Rainbow ThrowSomewhere Over the Rainbow
Advanced Beginner Level
8-10 hours
7 Skeins (1 of each color) of Red Heart Super Saver yarn (2500 yards)


Window Pane SquareWindow Pane Square
Advanced Beginner – some experience with Squares is ideal
Worsted Weight yarn, a good project to use leftover scraps of yarn

Pillows

Ombre Pillow SetRainbow Collection – Ombre Pillow Set
Beginner level
One skein each of Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, and Purple Worsted Weight Yarn


Mitered Corner Rainbow PillowRainbow Collection – Mitered Corner Pillow
Beginner level
Less than a skein of Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, and White Worsted Weight Yarn

Random

TP CozyGoogly Thought TP Cozy

11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Carol
    Feb 24, 2011 @ 09:09:25

    I love your Spectacularly Sparkly Scarf!!! Simple but effective. I love any pattern that lets the yarn do the talking 🙂

    Reply

    • Gwen Graves
      Nov 27, 2013 @ 02:04:09

      I love the Spectacularly Sparkly Scarf. Thank you so much. I used Lion Brand Wool- Ease Constellation. I bought the yarn today and started after dinner. Matches my daughter’s grey peacoat, so another Christmas gift is done.

      Reply

  2. Nancy
    May 21, 2011 @ 16:27:58

    Love the Supersized See My Stitches scarf. Even my daughter liked it. Its going to be a hit this fall and winter – thanks so much for sharing.

    Reply

  3. Jennifer
    Nov 09, 2011 @ 16:05:01

    where did you get the Thomas the Train pattern?

    Reply

  4. emma
    Aug 05, 2012 @ 03:33:08

    loving the sleeve-type scarfs. i do crochet for the homeless and low income residents of my county, and many of them are ill and are larger than just a size large. do you have these adjusted up for larger people.. say 2X-4X?

    Reply

  5. Joy
    Oct 29, 2012 @ 14:26:07

    I want to make a scarf out of Hooks & thread Chrisma yarn. What size of hook should I use since the yarn is thicker? thanks so much. Joy

    Reply

    • Can't Stop Crocheting
      Oct 29, 2012 @ 17:31:18

      It depends on the pattern and how loose or tight a fabric you want. For the yarn worked as one strand probably 6.5mm-10mm. I have a pattern for a scarf using two strands of yarn held together of Charisma that uses a 16mm hook.

      Reply

  6. Joy
    Nov 01, 2012 @ 11:12:14

    Thank you so much. I am making an extra long scarf in my grand-daughter’s college colors. She wanted “soft” and a Harry Potter stripe look. I was planning a sc,dc pattern.

    Reply

  7. Janice
    Apr 13, 2014 @ 18:23:00

    Just found your site while searching for crocheting with large hooks. Love it. I’m going to try some of your projects. I am very intrigued.

    Reply

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