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Awesome Balaclavas for Kids and Adults – Free Crochet Patterns

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Hi there, crochet lovers! Are you constantly on the hunt for new crochet patterns, for example for Awesome Crochet Balaclavas for Kids and Adults? So are we! We know you are busy, so we have decided to help you gather the best crochet patterns available online in order to enrich your own collection. Patterns for crochet balaclavas are certainly not among the most popular craft ideas out there, right? Without a doubt! Let’s get original today! Go discover our top picks. You will surely love them so much! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Don`t Stop on One! Amigurumi Ideas and St. Patrick`s Doilies.

Crochet Ribbed Balaclava For Kids Free Pattern

So simple, practical, and cute! We adore ribbed crochet accessories, clothes, and blankets so much. How about you? This pattern for crochet balaclavas for kids will be a treat to all the crafty parents out there. Save it to your library! Red Heart Design Team, always on point!

Level: upper beginner Author: Red Heart Design Team

Ribbed Balaclava for Kids

The original pattern and the photos are on Yarnspirations. More info on Ravelry.

Sebslo’s Balaclava Free Crochet Pattern

Crochet balaclavas in girly pastel colors? Who would have thought, right? It is such a cool idea for fashion lovers! If you like modern crochet patterns, not only for balaclavas, we recommend you checked out the Instagram feed of sebastian sloane patterns. Pure awesomeness!

Level: upper beginner Author: Emily Shapiro/ sebastian sloane patterns

Crochet Balaclava

The original pattern is on Ravelry. More info and the photos on Instagram: top photo and bottom photo.

Sherpa Balaclava Free Crochet Pattern

Megan Meyer is back with one more genius winter accessory for us to enjoy! This balaclava is a pure delight, evidently. Fuzzy, soft, warm, stylish. So on point! If you have never had one, you must try it this season, without a doubt.

Level: upper beginner Author: Megan Meyer

Crochet Balaclava

The original pattern and the photos are on Left in Knots. More info on Ravelry.

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