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Top 10 Posts of 2017 – From Your Favorite Crochet Bloggers

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I’m thrilled to be included in this collaborative blog post where myself and 9 other crochet bloggers have submitted our top patterns of 2017! It may come as no surprise to you that my most popular pattern by far was Henry’s Baby Blanket. Baby Henry was born on December 28, 2016, and I published the pattern for his modern blanket early in the new year. I was blown away by how well-received it was!

 

Here are the top patterns from the other 9 bloggers… be sure to check them out and show them some love on their pages!

In no particular order…

The Friendly Red Fox‘s top post is this Friendly Mermaid! This is a great free pattern for someone who wants to try a doll because it is very beginner friendly. Make sure you sign up for The Friendly Newsletter and join The Friendly Crochet Club if you want to keep following along for more free patterns and tips!

Make and Do Crew had this Easy, Chunky Crochet Sweater come in at number one! Such an awesome (and easy!) sweater! There is even a video tutorial. Follow her on Instagram here.

Beautiful cardigans must have been a theme because Sewrella‘s top post was this Everyday Cardigan! So pretty and a great staple piece! Follow her on Pinterest here.

Maria’s Blue Crayon made this adorable Woodland Granny Square Afghan and it is no surprise that it came in first. Look at how cute! Follow her on Facebook here.

Left in Knots came up with this brilliant idea for Crochet Water Balloons! Such a cute idea! Follow her on  Facebook for more fun!


One Dog Woof has this sweet amigurumi Classic Stuffed Bunny as her top post. So easy to see why! Follow her on Instagram to keep up with her projects!

Persia Lou crafts all the things but has some super adorable crochet projects! These adorable pom pom slippers were her top post this year! Follow her on Pinterest.

Whistle and Ivy‘s top post is this super amazing, very versatile Crochet Snowfall hat! I have seen A LOT of these in the crochet groups I am in! Be sure to join Whistle and Ivy’s group here.

All About Ami made these adorable Snuggle Bunny Pillows and it is no wonder that is her top post for 2017! Make sure you follow along on Instagram!

 

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  • Geneva Ives December 19, 2017, 8:46 pm

    This is great!! I will definitely be checking these other sites out!! I have been trying to find free patterns online, and Little Monkeys Crochet is my favorite one, so far. Thanks for making my crochet so much more enjoyable!!

  • Sabrina Cordova December 19, 2017, 9:40 pm

    What great patterns. I am in the process making the floppy bunny for my 12 year old granddaughter. So far so good. I am using the yarn called for in the pattern. It is Homespun thick and quick. I love how soft it is. It’s not too hard to work with, but I have to pay closer attention to my stitches than with a regular type of yarn. Thanks for all these great patterns and for all the designer’so hard work. Happy holidays to all.

  • Emily December 19, 2017, 10:25 pm

    LOVE them all!! Thanks for sharing and congrats!!!

  • Tanisha December 19, 2017, 10:42 pm

    These are some great patterns and great bloggers. I really enjoyed looking at these patterns and websites. I will definitely be making some of these. Thank to you all!

  • Marie Cox December 19, 2017, 11:39 pm

    Thank you for all your hard work. I will try some of these great patterns.

  • Kimberly Bell December 20, 2017, 2:34 am

    Thank you for sharing your amazing talents! What adorable selections!

  • Carolyn Watts December 20, 2017, 8:33 pm

    Love your designs, I so want to try to make a simple sweater and then make socks for my growing grandsons with big feet (lol). Scared that I will make a mess of everything. So far I have basically taught myself to knit and hairdresser taught me the granny square about 40 years ago. I love scarves for my grans and they love their washclothes. I would love to be a knowledgeable enough to make them a sweater and socks. Oh, I want to make the bunny for me. Thank you all fir designing, teaching, and helping us become better stitchers. Merry Christmas to you all. Much success in the new year.