Father`s Day Gift Ideas Free Crochet Patterns

Father’s Day Crochet – Gift Ideas and Free Patterns

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If you haven’t started thinking about Father’s Day Crochet Gift Ideas, it’s the time! Don’t wait and make the gift yourself. Handmade gifts are awesome and we are sure your dads will love them. There’s something magical in handmade items. You can almost feel that the little part of the person who made it will be there forever. That’s why it’s so special. Today, we created for you a collection of ideas for many different types of dads. Is he a tech freak? Make him a tablet cover. Is he always cold? Here’s an amazing scarf. Does he wear a stylish mustache? These socks will be perfect. Explore these and other ideas and be inspired! Grab your crochet hook and start today. 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 Easy Crochet for Men and Great Family Crochet Slippers.



Cozy Couch and Bedside Organizer Caddy Free Crochet Pattern

If your dad likes to sit on his couch or has trouble walking, this organizer will be perfect. He will have everything he needs at hand! Oh, crochet ideas by Tamara Kelly are always on point, aren’t they? We could all enjoy an organizer like that!

Level: beginner AuthorTamara Kelly

 Couch and Bedside Organizer

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

Hudson Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

This scarf designed by  Alexandra Tavel is very manly and so chic! Your dad will feel cozy, super warm, and handsome. Who cares it’s summer? Handmade gifts can wait for the perfect season, right? Keep this pattern in your collection.

Level: upper beginner AuthorAlexandra TavelCrochet Scarf

The original pattern and the photos are on Two of Wands. More info on Ravelry.

Bring Your Own Bag Free Crochet Pattern

This bag will be perfect if your dad likes to spend time with his friends. And all the friends will be thankful for this gift, too! We really appreciate Tamara Kelly’s creativity. Are you planning a picnic or a garden party? You know what to do!

Level: upper beginner AuthorTamara Kelly

Crochet Bottle Bag

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

Mustache Slipper Socks for Men Free Crochet Pattern

If your dad has the lovely mustache he is known for, these socks will be perfect for him! Sarah Zimmerman designed a must-have crochet pattern for slippers socks. Let’s enjoy it now! We bet you will not be able to stop after crocheting the first pair.

Level: upper beginner AuthorSarah ZimmermanSlipper Socks for Men

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

Crochet iPad Case with Button Fastening Free Pattern

If you are looking for something useful and elegant, this iPad cover will be a great choice for you. Tech-savvy dads will be very pleased to get one! Especially when they like to be super careful with their devices. Victoria Bee Designs nailed this one!

Level: beginner AuthorVictoria Bee Designs

Crochet iPad Case with Button Fastening

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

Remote Caddy Free Crochet Pattern

You will never look for your remote controls again! And it is all thanks to Sara Sach, the awesome designer behind this crochet pattern for a simple retro remote caddy. You can gift it to your dad or use it for stashing yarn and hooks.

Level: upper beginner Author: Sara Sach

Crochet Remote Caddy

The original pattern and the photos are on Posh Pooch Designs Dog Clothes. More info on Ravelry.

Super Dad Wine Cover Free Crochet Pattern

A super wine cover for all the super dads out there! If you are looking for gift ideas for your father or other wine lovers close to your heart, you have come to the right place. This video tutorial by Sharon de Vaal will guide you through the process!

Level: upper beginner Author: Sharon de Vaal

Crochet Wine Cover

The video tutorial is on YouTube. More info and the photos are on Ravelry.

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