We hope our collection of CALs To Try This Summer will inspire you with its exciting patterns. Each one requires a different level of difficulty, so you can surely find something to suit your needs. Retro squares and interlocking stitches are created with a modern touch, while color combinations make the designs stand out. Because the projects are crochet-along, parts of the patterns are released each week. With plenty of help from other crocheters, we are sure you will be able to hone your skills. While crocheting these blankets and wraps, have in mind that they will make great gifts as well. Your loved ones will cherish the handmade presents above all, so make the effort and try it today. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Minunee Free Crochet Pattern
What an impressive selection of stitches! If you enjoy trying out different stitches and techniques, you will certainly have a blast working on this stunning throw. So many color palettes will look beautiful here! What will you go for?
Level: upper beginner Author: Kathryn Middleton
The full article about the pattern and the photos here. Only the Introduction is free to download. When the CAL starts on the 1st of July, this will become a paid pattern.
Retro Squares CAL Free Crochet Pattern
Although inspired by the 1970s, this blanket has a very modern, minimalist look. Choose the colors you like the most and feel free to adjust the size. Make sure the wonders you create will suit your needs and fab taste in 100%!
Level: beginner Author: Rosina Plane
The full article about the pattern and the photos here.
Wacky Weave Squares Free Crochet Pattern
This reversible blanket uses interlocking stitches which give each square an intricate look. It`s up to you how you combine the colors, the results will always be amazing. The pattern gives us so much room for creativity!
Level: upper beginner Author: Hilda Steyn
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL Free Crochet Pattern
This rectangular wrap was inspired by folklore art. It must have turned out beautiful, right? Obviously! The design is full of intricate squares, stripes, and mosaics. A comprehensive tutorial will help you create this masterpiece.
Level: intermediate Author: Tatsiana Kupryianchyk