Rainbow Crochet Halter Top – Free Crochet Pattern

This is a free version of my Rainbow Crochet Halter Top Pattern. Continue reading for the instructions and the story behind this pattern.

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Cozy Fingerless Gloves – Free Crochet Pattern

This is a free version of my Cozy Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern. Continue reading for the instructions and the story behind this pattern.

If you’d prefer an ad-free, printable version of this pattern, you can purchase the PDF on Etsy. Every purchase helps support my business so I can continue creating patterns for crochet lovers like you!

These gloves will keep you cozy & warm while leaving you free to use your hands. Plus, they’re quick & easy to make, and great for gift giving! The stitch used for this pattern gives the gloves a soft, beautiful texture.

Want to make a coffee cozy to match your gloves? I also have a pattern for a reusable coffee cup cozy that’s created using the same technique and materials. My Coffee Cup Cozy Crochet Pattern can be found here.

This pattern is made using Vanna’s Choice yarn by Lion Brand. I also love creating these gloves with Landscapes yarn by Lion Brand. Any worsted (weight 4) yarn will work perfectly fine, just be sure to check your gauge!

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This pattern is made in an adult size. You can adjust the size by simply crocheting more or less rows, or by using a larger/smaller crochet hook. I have also included instructions for adjusting the length of your gloves at the end of this pattern. Make sure to subscribe to my blog for updates on new projects and patterns!

Materials:

CROCHET HOOK: 6.5mm – US K

YARN: Worsted weight yarn.

Recommended: Vanna’s Choice by Lion Brand – Less than 1 ball

OTHER: Yarn needle, scissors

Gauge:

2” x 2” (5cm x 5cm) SC swatch = 7 sts x 8 rows

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Finished Measurements:

Length From hand to wrist: Approx. 6 inches (15.5 centimeters)

WIDTH AROUND THE WRIST: Approx. 7 inches (18 centimeters)

Key:

ChChain
ScSingle crochet
DcDouble crochet
StStitch
StsStitches
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Notes:

  • This is an easy/beginner level crochet pattern
  • Pattern written in US crochet terms
  • The stitch count at the end of each row is shown in parenthesis ( )
  • The ch 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.
  • The main pattern will create a shorter pair of gloves. Scroll to the end for instructions on adjusting the length.

Pattern:

Make 2 gloves

Ch 21

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 3 sts. For the next 10 sts, alternate between dc & sc starting with a dc. Sc in the remaining sts. (20)

Row 2: Ch 1, turn. Sc in the first 6 sts. For the next 10 sts, alternate between dc & sc starting with a dc. Sc in the remaining sts. (20)

Row 3: Ch 1, turn. Sc in the first 4 sts. For the next 10 sts, alternate between dc & sc starting with a dc. Sc in the remaining sts. (20)

Rows 4 – 18: Repeat rows 2 & 3

Row 19: [This is the row where you’ll be making a thumb hole] Ch 1, turn. Sc in the first 4 sts. Ch 5, skip 5. Sc in the next st. For the next 4 sts, alternate between dc & sc starting with a dc. Sc in the remaining sts. (20)

Rows 20 – 22: Repeat rows 2 & 3 again.

At the end of row 22 cut the yarn (leaving a long tail that will be used to sew the edges together), fasten off.  

*Note: you might want to check your gauge or make sure the glove fits all the way around your wrists with your thumb through the thumb hole.

  • If the gloves are too small, continue to repeat rows 2 & 3 until they are wide enough.
  • If the gloves are too large, make the thumb hole on a lower, odd numbered row and only repeat rows 2 & 3 until they are wide enough.
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Finishing Instructions:

[Finish both gloves before assembly] Fold gloves in half vertically before you stitch them up. Lay them side by side and make sure the thumbholes are both facing inward. Sew the long edges of each glove together with a tapestry needle. Fasten off securely and weave in loose ends. Turn your gloves right side out and you’re all done!

Adjusting the Length:

If you want to make your gloves longer, simply increase the foundation chain by multiples of 2, and increase the alternating dc/sc stitches by the same amount.

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For example, if you add 4 stitches to your gloves the pattern will look like this:

Ch 25

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 3 sts. For the next 14 sts, alternate between dc & sc starting with a dc. Sc in the remaining sts. (24)

Row 2: Ch 1, turn. Sc in the first 6 sts. For the next 14 sts, alternate between dc & sc starting with a dc. Sc in the remaining sts. (24)

Row 3: Ch 1, turn. Sc in the first 4 sts. For the next 14 sts, alternate between dc & sc starting with a dc. Sc in the remaining sts. (24)

Rows 4 – 18: Repeat rows 2 & 3

Row 19: [This is the row where you’ll be making a thumb hole] Ch 1, turn. Sc in the first 4 sts. Ch 5, skip 5. Sc in the next st. For the next 8 sts, alternate between dc & sc starting with a dc. Sc in the remaining sts. (24)

Rows 20 – 22: Repeat rows 2 & 3 again.

Follow the same steps from the original pattern to finish your gloves!

I’d love to see what you created! Share your work with me on Instagram @noelebelle

This pattern and all photos are the property of Noelebelle by Nina Noel. This pattern is for personal use only and may not be redistributed or altered and sold. If you wish to sell your finished gloves please sell small quantities only, and provide credit for my design along with a link to my shop and/or this blog.

Shop link: https://www.noelebelle.com

Blog link: https://noelebellecrochet.com

Help support my crochet business

You can help support my crochet business by purchasing a PDF version of this pattern. The PDF is easily printable, ad-free, and beautifully designed so you can keep it in your project notebook! Click the button below to access your own instantly downloadable copy.

Coffee Cup Cozy – Free Crochet Pattern

This is a free version of my Coffee Cup Cozy Crochet Pattern. Continue reading for the instructions and the story behind this pattern.

If you’d prefer an ad-free, printable version of this pattern, you can purchase the PDF on Etsy. Every purchase helps support my business so I can continue creating patterns for crochet lovers like you!

This reusable cup cozy is quick and easy to make! Great for gift giving and keeping your hands protected from hot beverages. ♡ The stitch used for this pattern gives the cozy a soft, beautiful texture. It will be constructed by simply crocheting a rectangle and then seaming it together.

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Want to make a pair of gloves to match your cozy? I also have a pattern for fingerless gloves that’s created using the same technique and materials. My Cozy Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern can be found here. [coming soon]

This pattern is made using Vanna’s Choice yarn by Lion Brand. I also love creating these cozies with Landscapes yarn by Lion Brand. Any worsted (weight 4) yarn will work perfectly fine, just be sure to check your gauge!

This pattern is made to fit standard coffee cups. You can adjust the size by simply crocheting more or less rows, or by using a larger/smaller crochet hook. Each cozy will not require much yarn. This pattern is perfect for using up leftover yarn from other projects. Make sure to subscribe to my blog for updates on new projects and patterns!

Materials:

CROCHET HOOK: 6.0mm – US J

YARN: Worsted weight yarn.

Recommended: Vanna’s Choice by Lion Brand – Less than 1 ball

OTHER: Yarn needle, scissors

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Gauge:

2” x 2” (5cm x 5cm) SC swatch = 8 sts x 8 rows

Finished Measurements:

Circumference: Approximately 8.5” (21.5cm)

Length: Approximately 3.25” (8.5cm)

Key:

St/stsStitch/stitches
ChChain
ScSingle crochet
DcDouble crochet
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Notes:

  • This is an easy/beginner level crochet pattern
  • Pattern written in US crochet terms
  • The stitch count at the end of each row is shown in parenthesis ( )
  • The ch 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.
  • This cozy will start out as a rectangle that will then be sewn up.

Pattern:

Ch 13

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook. Sc in next 2 sts. For the next 6 sts, alternate between dc & sc starting with a dc. Sc in the last 3 sts. (12)

Row 2: Ch 1, turn. Sc in the first 3 sts. For the next 6 sts, alternate between dc & sc starting with a dc. Sc in the last 3 sts. (12)

Rows 3 – 30: Repeat row 2

Cut the yarn (leaving a long tail that will be used to sew the edges together), fasten off.

Finishing Instructions:

Fold your cozy in half and sew the edges together with your yarn needle (I recommend using a blanket stitch). Fasten off securely and weave in loose ends. Turn your cozy right side out. You’re all done! ♡

This pattern and all photos are the property of Noelebelle by Nina Noel. This pattern is for personal use only and may not be redistributed or altered and sold. If you wish to sell your finished cozies please sell small quantities only, and provide credit for my design along with a link to my shop and/or this blog.

Shop link: https://www.noelebelle.com

Blog link: https://noelebellecrochet.com

Help support my crochet business

You can help support my crochet business by purchasing a PDF version of this pattern. The PDF is easily printable, ad-free, and beautifully designed so you can keep it in your project notebook! Click the button below to access your own instantly downloadable copy.

I’d love to see what you created! Share your work with me on Instagram @noelebelle

Cozy Ribbed Headband – Free Crochet Pattern

This is a free version of my Cozy Ribbed Headband Crochet Pattern. Continue reading for the instructions and the story behind this pattern.

If you’d prefer an ad-free, printable version of this pattern, you can purchase the PDF on Etsy. Every purchase helps support my business so I can continue creating patterns for crochet lovers like you!

This crochet headband is super fun and easy to make, perfect for beginners! These headbands are so cozy and cute, I find myself wanting to make one in every color possible. Plus, the pattern is so quick that you actually can make them in every color! The stitch used for this pattern gives the headband a nice knitted look and feel. It will be constructed by simply crocheting a long rectangle and then seaming it together with a slip stitch.

Want to try out this style as a beanie too? I also have a crochet beanie pattern that’s created using the same technique and materials. My Cozy Ribbed Beanie Crochet Pattern can be found here.

This pattern is made using Vanna’s Choice yarn by Lion Brand. I also love creating these headbands with Landscapes yarn by Lion Brand. Any worsted (weight 4) yarn will work perfectly fine, just be sure to check your gauge!

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This pattern is for an adult size headband. You can make smaller sizes by simply starting with a shorter foundation chain and crocheting less rows. I will be writing another pattern featuring all sizes, including baby sizes, super soon! Make sure you subscribe to my blog to get notified when the new pattern is available.

Each headband will not require much yarn. This pattern is perfect for using up leftover yarn from other projects. Also, these headbands look extra cute with pom-pom ears! Try adding pom-poms in different color combos to the top for extra cuteness! Pom-pom instructions are included at the end of the pattern.

Materials:

CROCHET HOOK: 6.5mm – US K

YARN: Worsted weight yarn.

Recommended: Vanna’s Choice by Lion Brand – Less than 1 ball

OTHER: Yarn needle, scissors

For pom-poms (optional): pom-pom maker (2.5”), yarn scraps

Gauge:

2” x 2” (5cm x 5cm) swatch = 7 sts x 5 rows

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Finished Measurements:

Circumference: Approximately 16.5” (42cm)

Length: Approximately 3” (7.5cm)

This headband has plenty of stretch and fits most adult head sizes from 21 to 23 inches. (53-58.5cm)

Key:

St/stsStitch/stitches
ChChain
HdcHalf double crochet
WSWrong side
RSRight side

Notes:

  • This is an easy/beginner level crochet pattern
  • Pattern written in US crochet terms
  • The stitch count at the end of each row is shown in parenthesis ( )
  • The ch 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.
  • This headband will start out as a long rectangle that will then be sewn up.
  • This pattern is for an adult sized headband. One size fits most.
  • If you’d like your headband to be smaller, crochet less than the 42 rows. Make sure you still end on an even numbered row.
  • If you’d like to make your headband larger, continue adding rows. Make sure you still end on an even numbered row.
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Pattern:

Ch 11

Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Hdc in each ch across. (10)

Row 2: Ch 1, turn. Hdc in each st across. Crochet in the back loops only until you get to the last st. Hdc through both loops on the last st. (10)

Rows 3 – 42: Repeat row 2

Continue to finishing Instructions. Do not cut the yarn.

Finishing Instructions:

Fold your headband in half so that the first & last rows are lined up. When folded, the last row should be facing WS out & the first row facing RS out. Create a seam with a row of slip stitches.

Fasten off and weave in yarn ends. Turn your headband right side out & you’re all done!

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Pom-Pom Instructions (Optional):

Using your pom-pom maker, make two fluffy pom-poms with the same color yarn as your headband, or a different yarn for an extra pop of color. Tie your pom-poms off leaving long tails to attach them to the headband.

Place pom-poms about 4” (10cm) apart on the front of your headband. Using your crochet hook, pull pom-pom tails though the headband. Turn headband inside out and tie pom-pom tails securely.

Next, weave yarn tails back through the top of the headband and incorporate them into the pom-pom. Cut tails so that they are the same length as the pom-pom strands.

This pattern and all photos are the property of Noelebelle by Nina Noel. This pattern is for personal use only and may not be redistributed or altered and sold. If you wish to sell your finished headbands please sell small quantities only, and provide credit for my design along with a link to my shop and/or this blog.

Shop link: https://www.noelebelle.com

Blog link: https://noelebellecrochet.com

Help support my crochet business

You can help support my crochet business by purchasing a PDF version of this pattern. The PDF is easily printable, ad-free, and beautifully designed so you can keep it in your project notebook! Click the button below to access your own instantly downloadable copy.

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I’d love to see what you created! Share your work with me on Instagram @noelebelle

Want to save this project for later? Pin it on Pinterest:

Cozy Ribbed Beanie – Free Crochet Pattern

This is a free version of my Cozy Ribbed Beanie Crochet Pattern. Continue reading for the instructions and the story behind this pattern.

If you’d prefer an ad-free, printable version of this pattern, you can purchase the PDF on Etsy. Every purchase helps support my business so I can continue creating patterns for crochet lovers like you!

This crochet beanie is super fun and easy to make, perfect for beginners! It’s my go-to beanie design. These beanies are so cozy and cute, I find myself wanting to make one in every color possible. The stitch used for this pattern gives the beanie a nice knitted look and feel. Your beanie will be constructed by simply crocheting a long rectangle and then cinching it together at the top.

Want to start with something a little quicker? I also have a headband pattern that’s created using the same technique and materials. My Cozy Ribbed Headband Crochet Pattern can be found here.

This pattern is made using Vanna’s Choice yarn by Lion Brand. I also love creating these beanies with Landscapes yarn by Lion Brand. Any worsted (weight 4) yarn will work perfectly fine, just be sure to check your gauge!

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This pattern is for an adult size beanie. You can make smaller sizes by simply starting with a shorter foundation chain and crocheting less rows. I will be writing another pattern featuring all sizes, including baby sizes, super soon! Make sure you subscribe to my blog to get notified when the new pattern is available.

Generally, 1 ball of Vanna’s Choice (171yds) or 1 ball of Landscapes (147yds) is enough to make one beanie, however, I’ve noticed that sometimes I need just a little bit more to finish the beanie. I always buy a couple balls just to be safe, especially if I plan on adding a pom-pom. These beanies look extra cute with pom-poms! Try adding a pom-pom in a different color to the top for extra cuteness!

Alright enough talk, get your yarn out and let’s get started!

Materials:

Crochet Hook: 6.5mm – US K

Yarn: Worsted weight yarn.

Recommended: Vanna’s Choice by Lion Brand, 1-2 balls

Other: Yarn needle, scissors

For pom-pom (optional): pom-pom maker (3&3/8”), yarn scraps

Gauge:

2” x 2” (5cm x 5cm) swatch = 7 sts x 5 rows

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Finished Measurements:

Circumference: Approximately 16.5” (42cm)

Length: Approximately 11” (28cm)

This beanie has plenty of stretch and fits most adult head sizes from 21 to 23 inches. (53-58.5cm)

Key:

St/stsStitch/stitches
ChChain
HdcHalf double crochet
WSWrong side
RSRight side
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Notes:

  • This is an easy/beginner level crochet pattern
  • Pattern written in US crochet terms
  • The stitch count at the end of each row is shown in parenthesis ( )
  • The ch 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.
  • This beanie will start out as a rectangle that will then be sewn up to create the beanie shape.
  • If you’d like your beanie to be smaller, start with a shorter foundation chain and crochet less than 42 rows. Make sure you still end on an even numbered row.
  • If you’d like to make your beanie wider, continue adding rows. Make sure you still end on an even numbered row.

Pattern:

Ch 41

Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Hdc in each ch across. (40)

Row 2: Ch 1, turn. Hdc in each st across. Crochet in the back loops only until you get to the last st. Hdc through both loops on the last st. (40)

Rows 3 – 42: Repeat row 2

Continue to finishing Instructions. Do not cut the yarn.

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Finishing Instructions:

Fold your beanie in half so that the first & last rows are lined up. When folded, the last row should be facing WS out & the first row facing RS out. Create a seam with a row of slip stitches.

Once you’ve reached the end of the row, cut the yarn and fasten off (leaving a long tail for sewing). Using your yarn needle, weave the tail in and out of the stitches around the top of your beanie.

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Pull the end tight to cinch it. Sew the top closed and tie it off securely.

Weave in yarn ends. Turn your beanie right side out. Fold the bottom flap up and you’re all done! ♡

Pom-Pom Instructions (Optional):

Using your pom-pom maker, make a fluffy pom-pom with the same color yarn as your beanie, or a different yarn for an extra pop of color. Tie your pom-pom off leaving long tails to attach it to the beanie.

Using your crochet hook, pull pom-pom tails though the top of the beanie. Turn the beanie inside out and tie pom-pom tails securely.

Next, weave the yarn tails back through the top of the beanie and incorporate them into the pom-pom. Cut the tails so that they are the same length as the pom-pom strands.

This pattern and all photos are the property of Noelebelle by Nina Noel. This pattern is for personal use only and may not be redistributed or altered and sold. If you wish to sell your finished beanies please sell small quantities only, and provide credit for my design along with a link to my shop and/or this blog.

Shop link: https://www.noelebelle.com

Blog link: https://noelebellecrochet.com

Help support my crochet business

You can help support my crochet business by purchasing a PDF version of this pattern. The PDF is easily printable, ad-free, and beautifully designed so you can keep it in your project notebook! Click the button below to access your own instantly downloadable copy.

More Beanie Patterns:

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I’d love to see what you created! Share your work with me on Instagram @noelebelle

Want to save this project for later? Pin it on Pinterest: