Easy Home Accessories Ideas and Free Crochet Patterns

Hi there, crafters! Crochet patterns for awesome home accessories are here! Are you excited? Undoubtedly! If you want to transform the mood in your home in a second, the best way is to freshen up your accessories, evidently! You don’t have to invest a lot of money or buy new furniture. A bold colorful pillow or a set of useful baskets will surely do the job for you. In today’s collection, I chose for you three Easy Home Accessories that you can certainly make even if you are a beginner crocheter. Choose your favorite colors and get to work! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on our Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!


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Kitchen Accessories with Free Crochet Patterns

Cable Stitch Dishcloths 

This super interesting cable stitch will transform everyday dishcloths into something more – the bright accent in your kitchen. Dedri Uys is known in our community for her fabulous taste, undoubtedly. Have you tried any of her crochet patterns for the home?

Level: upper beginner Author: Dedri Uys

The original pattern and the photos are on lookatwhatimade.net. More info on ravelry.com.

Crochet Pan Protectors 

Who doesn’t like handmade accessories for the kitchen? We all obviously do! If you are trying to keep your pans safe, the brilliant author behind Heart Hook Home has got you covered. This sunny yellow shade is so energetic!

Level: beginner Author: Heart Hook Home

The original pattern and the photos are on hearthookhome.com.

Floral Hand Towel 

Brighten up your kitchen with this decorative hand towel! What other way is there than using crochet home accessories, right?  It`s a quick project with a contrasting stripe and a flower detail. Carolyn Calderon will guide you through it!

Level: intermediate Author: Carolyn Calderon

The original pattern and the photos are on thepurpleponcho.com. More info on ravelry.com.

 

Geometric Mandala Hot Pad 

If you love mandalas, you’ll definitely adore this hot pad by Tatsiana Kupryianchyk too. It`s a paid pattern, however, creating this lacy accessory is totally worth it. It will also make an attractive wall-hanging or a placemat. Give it a try!

Level: upper beginner Author: Tatsiana Kupryianchyk

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com

Viking Gnome Towel Topper

Gnomes are great not only in Christmastime, aren’t they? If you haven’t seen their full awesomeness before, you certainly will now, thanks to this pattern by Tonya Bush. Did you know about the existence of Viking gnomes? Neither did we! So nice to meet them, right?

Level: upper beginner Author: Tonya Bush

The original pattern and the photos are on nanascraftyhome.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Storage Home Accessories with Free Crochet Patterns

Clearance Stash Busting Basket 

This basket can be made in so many sizes and it will always look awesome. On top of that, this pattern by Emiley Lane is a great way to use up some leftover yarn from your stash. It’s also great for keeping your stash organized, without a doubt!

Level: beginner Author: Emiley Lane

The original pattern and the photos are on mrsblanecrochets.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Woven Baskets Set 

So modern and elegant at the same time! If you are a fan of minimalist interiors and accessories for the home, you are certainly going to fall head over heels in love with this pattern. You can crochet a set of these baskets even if you are a beginner!

Level: beginner Author: Irina Sheina

The original pattern and the photos are on knitznpurlz.com. More info on ravelry.com.

The Bella Bowl 

Crochet bowl by Jessica Underwood is a perfect beginner-friendly project! You can crochet genius accessories for the home even if you don’t have that much experience. This bowl will keep your bits and bobs such as keys or craft supplies safe.

Level: beginner Author: Jessica Underwood

The original pattern and the photos are on stitching-together.com

Beginner Plant Cover 

We can’t get enough of pretty and practical crochet patterns! This is one more easy accessory for you to work on! It is a simple plant cover designed by Jessica Cherry that you can also use as a storage basket. Make it from bulky yarn for a modern finish.

Level: beginner Author: Jessica Cherry

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com

Yip Yips 

These lovable aliens are certainly the most colorful and fun hanging baskets you can imagine. Carissa Browning is so creative! Use them around the house for storing items such as towels, toys, or kids’ pajamas. You will find plenty of ways to use them!

Level: beginner Author: Carissa Browning

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Color-Block Storage Baskets 

Organize your home and make it even cozier with these large storage baskets designed by Heather Lodinsky! Color blocking will add a modern touch and so much style. The handles will surely make your crochet blankets easy to carry around.

Level: beginner Author: Heather Lodinsky

The original pattern and the photos are on redheart.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Easy Peasy Desk Set 

Make this cute set by Sincerely Pam from one skein of yarn or mix and match different colors. Sounds like a plan, right? You bet! It features a jar cozy, sticky note holder, and a bowl for stationery bits. Perfect gift for students or your crafty friends!

Level: beginner Author: Sincerely Pam

The original pattern and the photos are on sincerelypam.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Ammonite Crochet Hook Roll 

Do you feel a bit lost in your yarn stash and supplies drawer recently? Get organized! Why don’t you store your hooks in style with this classy holder by Dedri Uys? It features an ammonite detail that looks so good in grey, purple or multi-color.

Level: intermediate Author: Dedri Uys

The original pattern and the photos are on lookatwhatimade.net. More info on ravelry.com.

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Home Accessories with Free Crochet Patterns

Blooming Flower Cushion 

This cushion will become a showstopper in your living room. Pretty petals are easily made and look great in many different color combinations. Lucy of Attic24 nailed this one, evidently! We love crocheting accessories for our homes with her patterns so much.

Level: upper beginner Author: Lucy of Attic24

The original pattern is on attic24.typepad.com. More info on ravelry.com. Info about this version and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Stash Busting Monster Pouf 

Are you looking for an original idea? Use your leftover yarn to create a relaxing place to sit! Whether in kids’ room or on the patio, this pouf is certainly a practical and decorative accessory. We are so grateful to Katy Petersen for this pattern!

Level: beginner Author: Katy Petersen

The original pattern and the photos are on ktandthesquid.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Sophie Stool 

This crochet pattern by genius Dedri Uys is a classic! A stool cover based on a stunning mandala pattern. How wonderful is that? So pretty! Create a gorgeous set of stool covers and change the character of your interiors. What colors will you go for? Let us know!

Level: intermediate Author: Dedri Uys

The original pattern and the photos are on lookatwhatimade.net. More info on ravelry.com.

Cat Paw Chair Socks

Sarah Zimmerman is back with one more original idea! Every fan of unusual, adorable accessories will be over the moon to see this crochet pattern. It will be especially popular among cat-lovers, obviously! Are you one of them?

Level: intermediate Author: Sarah Zimmerman

The original pattern and the photos are on repeatcrafterme.com. More info on ravelry.com.

One thought on “Easy Home Accessories Ideas and Free Crochet Patterns

  1. l love the pillow that Lucy at Attic24 designed. I also love the washcloths as well as the clearance stash busting baskets. Some of these items remind of what I used to make back in the 60’s and 70’s. I’ve been crocheting for about 56 years. My grandmother taught me when I was only 10 years old. It is a craft I won’t ever stop doing. Please keep sending out these patterns. They are great!

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