Beautiful Retro Collars – Free Crochet Patterns

Welcome, fabulous readers! We can’t wait for you to see what we have prepared for today. It is such a special, one of a kind theme! Two amazing designers inspired us to talk about knitting patterns for Beautiful Retro Collars with you. They were inspired by the famous Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her timeless style. We simply could resist sharing these patterns with you! Well then, are you a fan of the classic style? Do you enjoy retro charm? So much! Every fashion lover who likes to stand out from the crowd will fall head over heels in love with these crochet collars. Which one will you choose? Why not make both? 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 Precious Mandalas and Sweet Bunnies.

Ginsburg Legacy Collar Free Crochet Pattern

This design is a tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg and to meaningful fashion at the same time. Some accessories have this timeless style we all love, don’t they? Surely! Kristen Stein has created a pattern for a crochet collar that will stay in your repertoire for years, undoubtedly!

Level: intermediate Author: Kristen Stein

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.

RBG’s Favorite Collar Free Crochet Pattern

Can you believe that this charming accessory is actually quite easy to make? The pattern by genius Amanda Yung is based on chains and single crochets only! How awesome is that? So convenient! Collars are evidently trendy this season, trust us!

Level: intermediate Author: Amanda Yung

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.

Cooling Lace Collar Free Crochet Pattern

You will look super cool wearing this collar by Andrea Cretu, that’s for sure! Crochet collars are such an original kind of handmade accessories, don’t you think? If you adore vintage vibes in fashion, you certainly like them too. What color will you choose?

Level: intermediate Author: Andrea Cretu

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

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