Patriotic crochet coasters with red, white, and blue stars for 4th of July.

4th of July Crochet Ideas and Free Patterns

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Our today’s collection called the 4th of July Crochet Ideas is all about the famous American holiday. The 4th of July is a very special date! Independence Day is celebrated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, picnics, and family reunions, to name a few. Decorating houses and preparing festive tables with patriotic accessories is a popular practice. You better prepare right now! Grab your crochet hook and take a look at these ideas, because they are easy to make and work up fast. All you need is yarn in these three colors – white, blue, and red, so stock on it as soon as possible. You can create beautiful accessories for your home, or maybe even give away some as gifts! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!



If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Precious Flowers and Modern Tunisian Blankets.

Americana Ice Pop Holders

These ice pop holders will be lifesavers for the parents and a fun accessory for the kids! Put an ice pop inside and don’t worry about the sticky fingers again. Sonya came up with the designs that resemble American flag, a patriotic hat and an eagle – which one is your favorite?



Skill level: Beginner Author: Sonya Blackstone

photos by Sonya Blackstone / ravelry.com
 
Find this pattern on blackstone-designs.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

Fourth of July Crochet Heart Garland

Quick projects are often the best choice when it comes to last-minute decoration ideas. Red, white and blue hearts joined with a string are enough to make your home look and feel festive. Of course, you don’t have to turn these into a garland – simply sew or pin these hearts to your clothes or accessories. 

Skill level: Beginner Author: Golden Lucy Crafts

photos by Golden Lucy Crafts / goldenlucycrafts.com
 
Find this pattern on goldenlucycrafts.com.

4th of July Patriotic Basket

Are you already thinking about tasty treats for the 4th of July? Without a doubt! Well then, Knit Paint Sew knows how to serve them. This pattern shows us that simple ideas are always the best! Why don’t you crochet a patriotic version from the photo below and a neutral one for all year round?

Level: beginner Author: Knit Paint Sew

Crochet Basket

The original pattern and the photos are on Knit Paint Sew. More info is on Ravelry.

Star-Spangled Banner

Here is one more awesome patriotic detail! This easy-to-make crochet garland will be a lovely element of your 4th of July decor. Are you already planning the celebrations? You should certainly follow in the footsteps of Kara Gunza! These photos are vibrating with patriotic spirit!

Level: beginner Author: Kara Gunza

Patriotic Crochet Garland

The original pattern and the photos are on Petals to Picots. More info is on Ravelry.

Patriotic Crocheted Star

This is an example of a multiuse crochet pattern! Just imagine all the awesome ways in which you can use the little stars from the photo below. Will you attach them to your clothes and accessories? Or maybe turn them into a decorative garland? Sarah Zimmerman will inspire you!

Level: beginner Author: Sarah Zimmerman

Patriotic Crochet Star

The original pattern and the photos are on Repeat Crafter Me. More info is on Ravelry.

Patriotic Mason Jar Utensil Holder

Barbecue time calls for a special table setting, right? Especially when it is on the 4th of July! These cool jar holders will surely keep your utensils clean and safe in style! The patriotic vibes in the photo have put us in a festive mood already.

Level: beginner Author: Kara Gunza

Crochet Jar Holder

The original pattern and the photos are on Petals to Picots. More info is on Ravelry.

Uncle Sam Bottle Cozy

This patriotic bottle cozy by Yarn Artists will surely help you stay hydrated! We must take care of ourselves during the celebrations, right? Without a doubt! Can you see the awesome combo of ripple stitches and star appliques in the photo? It is so cool!

Level: beginner Author: Yarn Artists

Crochet Bottle Cozy

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry

American Flag Wreath

This wreath will serve your family for many years, undoubtedly! Seriously, it is such a timeless project! Kara Gunza is the queen of festive decorations, without a doubt. Explore her collection of patterns for the 4th of July before the big day comes. The wreath you see below represents it in the best way possible!

Level: beginner Author: Kara Gunza

Crochet Wreath

The original pattern and the photos are on Petals to Picots. More info is on Ravelry.

USA Mug Rug

A patriotic mug rug, anyone? The barbecue season is surely here! If you want to spice up the table setting in your garden or on your porch, you know what to do. Follow the great pattern written by the great author behind Remington Lane Crochet!

Level: beginner Author: Remington Lane Crochet

Crochet USA Mug Rug

The original pattern and the photos are on Remington Lane. The photos are on Instagram: top, bottom.

Eagle Potholder

Attention, please! These proud eagles are ready to land on your table this season. Will you let them into your house along with some patriotic spirit? You will certainly have fun working on this crochet pattern by Raffaella Tassoni.

Level: upper beginner Author: Raffaella Tassoni

Crochet Eagle Potholder

The original pattern and the photos are on Raffamusa Designs. More info is on Ravelry.

Patriotic Snow Globe

Another awesome idea by GoldenLucyCrafts! If you are ready for the patriotic spirit, you will certainly enjoy working on this crochet pattern for a snow globe. It is such a nice gift and decoration. What will you do with yours?

Level: upper beginner Author: GoldenLucyCrafts

Crochet Patriotic Snow Globe

The original pattern and the photos are on Golden Lucy Crafts. More info is on Ravelry.

Patriotic Gnome Towel Topper

Oh, we love having a special towel topper for every occasion! If you would like to decorate your kitchen to bring some patriotic spirit into the house this July, this crochet pattern by awesome Tonya Bush is what you need.

Level: beginner Author: Tonya Bush

Gnome Towel Topper

The original pattern and the photos are on Nana’s Crafty Home. More info is on Ravelry.

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