My Free Patterns

Free Patterns Designed by me.

 I am discontinuing my website in early September this year, 2021. All my patterns are here on this blog, however the complete pattern isn't posted for all patterns. They have part of the pattern and then the link to my website for the rest of it. 

So if you see a pattern you will like to have the full instructions for, make a comment at the bottom of the page and request the full instructions and I will post it. 


Arranged in the following categories: Slippers, Socks, Afghan, Mittens & Gloves, Hats, Vests, Poncho, Dishcloth, Curtains, Purse.


Crocheted Moss Stitch Slippers
Made with worsted weight yarn in the moss stitch. Very easy. Size is women's.

Basketweave Slippers (Crochet)
Made with worsted weight yarn in the basketweave stitch. Size is women's.

- Made with worsted weight yarn, 3 colors of your choice. Here I used
black, gray and white. 

- These slippers look a lot like they were knit. It's hard to tell from 
the photo, but you can easily see it with the finished item. Sizes 
for 9.5 and 10.5 inch feet with instructions on how to make them
smaller or larger. 

Crocheted Seed Stitch Slippers
I found these very easy to make. Good for beginners. The seed stitch 
gives a nice bumpy or popcorn look. Size is for a 9.5 to 10 inch foot.  
sdstsl2.htm Click here for the Men's version of these slippers.

These are based on my Knitted Moccasin Slippers for adults. 
Made smaller for babies with a ribbed cuff.  

Knitted Slip Stitch Slippers
These are very easy to make. You do not have to carry the yarn
across the rows, you slip the stitches instead. 

These are made with double strands of yarn.
I made them that way for my husband as he tends to wear the bottoms out
 quickly of slippers made in only one strand. 
Works up fast. 

This is my version of Crocheted Sneakers for babies. They are made with
worsted weight yarn, so they work up fast. 

This pattern is similar to the old Sneaker Slippers
which I don't feature anymore as this new pattern is easier to make. Adult size.
For youths, use a smaller hook.

These will fit a 3 to 5 year old, depending on the size of 
the child. For larger sizes use a larger hook. For babies 
and toddlers, use a smaller hook and sportweight yarn.

 Easy to make. Use your imagination
for color combinations. Includes a 
New Version, with no-sew soles.

These slippers are great for beginners or 
anyone that wants to make a pair of slippers 
quickly. Done in double strands of yarn so 
they work up fast.

Children's Easy Slippers For Beginners
These are the same as the pattern above but the instructions are for 
a size to fit children with a foot length of 7 1/4 to 8 inches. 

These are the knitted version of my crocheted moccasin 
slippers. This is my first knit design. These are made with 
two strands of worsted weight yarn, so they work up fast. 

These are a new, easier version of my earlier pattern. These are
made with two strands of worsted weight yarn, so they work up
fast as well. 

These slippers have a double sole with 
padding inside. Fold down top.

These slippers have a double sole with 
padding inside. Includes instructions for 
an optional fold down top.

This is a basic pattern, great for 

An easy crocheted slipper pattern.
Higher tops, warm and comfortable.
These are good for someone with a 
thicker foot.

This pattern is really cute. It
uses both crochet and knit.

Moccasin style. - This pattern is for the
 more experienced crocheter. See above
for an easier version.


for making adjustments for different sized socks. 
It is based on my crocheted sock pattern designs 

- Made with worsted weight yarn. They work up fast. Scroll down 
for the baby socks pattern made with the lighter baby yarn. 

 - Quick and easy - This Pattern has
 been updated.  Easier to follow and
 a better design. 

These socks will fit a foot length of  10 to 10 1/2 inches.
Done in sportweight yarn, these socks will fit women's 
shoe size 8. Thanks to Norma W. for discovering that.

Sizes are for Preemies, 3 to 6 months
and 6 to 12 months.


Single Crochet Cluster Afghan
- this can also be used for a dishcloth pattern. For both an afghan or dishcloth, you just keep going until it is the desired size.


Crocheted Mittens
Quick and easy.  Crocheted mittens for  

This pattern is the same as the Adult mitten
pattern above in children's sizes. 

Crocheted Mittens / Fingerless Gloves (Men's)
These mittens convert to fingerless gloves by
 pulling back the mitten top. Size:  Medium Men's
or older teenage boys, also may fit women with 
larger hands. 

These mittens convert to fingerless gloves by
 pulling back the mitten top. Size: Women's medium, 
or teens. For a smaller size to fit pre-teens, use a 
smaller hook.

Easy to make crocheted gloves. 


These are so pretty and very practical too! It's hard to tell from the pictures because of the sunlight coming in the windows, but the hood has 3 rows of bobbles and then several rows of ribbing at the front.

This pattern matches the Children's Crocheted 
Mittens above. 

Will fit most women and teens. I like the brim!
I think it looks great as well as keeping your 
ears warm in the cold weather. 


This is crocheted with 4 ply worsted weight yarn. Done in 
blocks like filet, so it's light and airy. It has a gathered front 
with a tie. 

This is the same as the one below, except made with a lighter 2 ply yarn. 


Right Angle Rows Dishcloth Ver. 3
This one is a combination of ridged rows and a sc, ch 1 pattern.

Right Angle Rows Dishcloth Ver. 2
The ridged rows in this pattern gives it a nice effect. 

Right Angle Rows Dishcloth (Crochet)
I think this pattern is fun in that every row gets shorter and faster to do.

Pretty and Simple Dishcloth (Crochet)
This one is very easy and looks very pretty too.

ZigZag Dishcloth (Crochet)

Diamonds Dishcloth (Crochet)
Written instructions as well as Stitch Count instructions

This is very easy, great for beginners. 


These are very easy and are made with worsted
weight yarn 


Keeley's Poncho
Done in V-Stitch. Made for a 6 year old. To 
fit older children, simply add more rows on 
the bottom.

This is a version of Keeley's Poncho for 
adults. The instructions are included with
the pattern above. Just click on the link 
for Keeley's Poncho above.


Small crocheted purse with buttoned flap
 and shoulder strap. 


  1. Thank you for the free patterns. I love the slippers with the padded bottoms and I am going to make a pair for everyone in my family for Christmas.

  2. You're welcome! Those slippers are very comfy and warm.

  3. LOVE all your patterns! Thanks again! Manda!

  4. You're welcome, Manda. I see I haven't updated this page with my new patterns.
    All my patterns plus the latest ones are at

  5. Thank you so much for sharing your patterns Sue! They are all in one place too, I'm going to have so much fun here! I'm new to crochet almost a year of learning as much as possible and now I'm,putting it all to practice! I began crochet so I could learn to make slippers and my oh my you have so many available! Of course now I want to be able to make lots of things! Thanks again and be blessed!

    1. Thank you Deborah. As you can see, I do love slippers too. lol I designed some new slipper boots patterns last fall. I think they are on the main page, I just didn't get them listed here. I like to crochet many things too, it's so much fun. Happy crocheting!

  6. So on your crocheted brimmed hat I need some help understand ing the pattern so if you can please email me my email is

  7. I have been making your padded sole slippers and brimmed hats for my family for years. I am devastated you are shutting down your website. You are so talented and creative I love your patterns. I have printed the patterns in the past but I always seem to lose my copy. I am just getting ready to start making my holiday projects so I will have to get one final copy and laminate it so I can keep it. Best of luck to you and whatever you do remember you will always have one fan out there that is grateful for your creativity and generosity. — Cherie

  8. Thank you for this. The puff mittens are my go to...I just made a bunch to donate. I love it!