Welcome, yarn lovers! We’re feeling so artsy today! These crochet patterns are inspired by the one and only Frida Kahlo. You’ve surely seen this Mexican artist’s iconic self-portraits already, right? Without a doubt! So have we all, this is why we are familiar with her legendary style. It has inspired other artists over the years, now it is time for you to get creative with it. Are you ready for Frida’s Crochet Projects? So ready! The examples we’ve found will make you feel like an artist yourself! Check out these free patterns under the links below. Follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Woman Appliqué Frida Inspired
A crochet applique can work wonders, undoubtedly! If you are looking for one with an artistic vibe, you have just come upon the perfect pattern. Frida has got you covered! You will get the chance to use up all the colorful yarn scraps. So convenient, right?
Level: upper beginner Author: Paula Matos
Mini Taza Frida Amigurumi
Are you looking for original keychain ideas? Surely! We all know that there is no better handmade gift idea! Transform the tiny cup from the photo below into one and give it to your best friend. It will surely be a perfect way to express your feelings. Jennifer C.F. must be a master of details!
Level: upper beginner Author: Jennifer C. F.
Frida Kahlo Amigurumi
Invite the Mexican queen into your amigurumi collection today! She will certainly bring so much joy and color into your life. You can evidently get creative with decorations and appliques while working on this exciting pattern. Maira Tessino has shown us how to get creative!
Level: upper beginner Author: Maira Tessino
The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here.
This is a real gem among crochet patterns inspired by Frida Kahlo! Trust us, we’ve probably seen them all. This beautiful cover was designed as a very practical holder for sanitizer gel that can easily be attached to our bags. Will you use it this way? Esther Vogelaar has surprised us, undoubtedly.
Level: upper beginner Author: Esther Vogelaar