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Maker Monday Crochet Link Party #3

July 22, 2019

Welcome to the third bi-weekly crochet link party specifically for free crochet patterns! Every other Monday, the link party will open and you can post through the following Sunday. The next party will feature the top visited links!

Note: This post may include affiliate links, meaning I may receive a small commission from purchases made, at no extra cost to you. The links I provide are for items that I actually own and recommend, I’d never recommend something I haven’t personally used!

From last week, we only had 3 patterns shared, but those three were amazing! You can go back and take a look here. Since we’re new at this, I’m going to feature all three until we start getting more submissions. 

First up is the Beach Please Summer Tote by Loops & Love.

First, can we just talk about the name?! I always love a good pun! Second, how gorgeous is this bag??? I’ve been a big fan of Bernet Home Dec lately and can’t wait to try out this pattern for myself.  While we’re at it, she also has a free crochet pattern link party that you can join here.

First, can we just talk about the name?! I always love a good pun! Second, how gorgeous is this bag??? I’ve been a big fan of Bernet Home Dec lately and can’t wait to try out this pattern for myself.  While we’re at it, she also has a free crochet pattern link party that you can join here.

Next up are two patterns from Sunflower Cottage Crochet. First is the Bandana Cowl.

This makes a much cooler version of a bulky cowl and I LOVE it! The second pattern from Sunflower Cottage Crochet is her Jorja Placemat using cotton yarn. I love working with cotton, not sure what it is, but it just feels so clean.

Isn’t the matching napkin ring just perfect?? These would make a great gift and I’d bet they would sell really well at markets.

Weren’t those awesome?! Now that we’ve recapped, let’s get to this week’s party! 

Just a few rules to follow:
1. Your pattern must be free on your blog (sure, you can have links to paid versions).
2. Please limit your patterns to 2 to make room for others!
3. Make sure you to post a link to the actual pattern and not your blog home page.
4. Visit some others, make new friends and try out new patterns!

Enjoy! I can’t wait to see your entries!

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