Crochet Patterns

I get a great deal of pleasure from designing, creating and writing my patterns and I love to share them with you. A lot of my patterns are free…that’s my gift to you!

Patterns like these take a good deal of time to write and edit and to get just right, so I also sell some patterns in my Etsy shop or as ad-free versions…well a girl has to buy yarn!

You will find links to all my patterns below and why not check out my tutorial page for handy how to crochet guides.

Patterns for Sale

My Best Beanie

.This pattern is a top down construction and features a ‘knit look’ ribbed crochet brim which is not bulky, unlike most crochet hats.  Available in sizes newborn – large adult.

baby bonnet crochet pattern

Baby Bear B0nnet

Fancy hooking your own beautiful baby bear bonnet? This beautiful pattern is easy and quick to hook up and comes in sizes newborn – 4 years.

Trio of cupcakes

Pattern is for x3 cupcakes…Mint Oreo Swirl, Strawberry Swirl and a Cookie Swirl. They would make the perfect addition to a children’s kitchen as a food play set or to gift or display.

Pattern Testers 2022

I have lots of plans for 2022 and lots of patterns to write. If you would like to be considered to pattern test for me please message me for more details.

Free Patterns

Sunshine Jelly Baby Blanket

This written pattern is for a beautiful baby blanket. Made from squares with pretty scalloped edges and then joined. This pattern uses chain, double crochet and treble stitches. Finished blanket measures approx. 76cms x 76cms and makes an ideal size pram blanket.

Angelece Baby Blanket

This written pattern is for a beautiful baby blanket, ideal for the spring / summer. A beginner’s introduction to filet crochet, this pattern uses chain, double crochet and treble stitches. Finished blanket measures approx. 60cms x 66cms and makes an ideal size pram blanket. Details of how to make a bigger blanket are also provided in the pattern.

crochet tea cosy free patterns

The Grandma Collection

There are now 5 fabulous, unique and quirky tea cosies in The Grandma Collection. A very special and sassy collection of crochet tea cosy patterns dedcicated to the inspirational women in my life.

A yarny little leaf

A Yarny Little Leaf

This pretty little leaf can be used as an embellishment. It is simple to hook and quick to make and can be made from scraps. Any yarn can be used and any size hook to make this leaf larger or smaller.

free dog collar crochet pattern...simple free pattern which you can croche in under an hour
Such a cutie… dog collar

Such a Cutie Dog Collar

A simple way to add a little crochet colour to an old dog collar. Also great for using up scraps.

crochet heart free pattern
a yarny little heart

A Yarny Little Heart

A great little stash busting pattern perfect for adding embellishments to all your projects from blankets to mug hugs

Very V blanket

The Very V Blanket

This blanket is a delight to hook. A good beginners pattern or one to sit with in front of the TV! Packed with handy photo’s to help you through.

Bunny Ears

Make bunny ears to add to hats or headbands. Either way, this pattern is sure to add a bit of bunny magic.

Buy me a a coffee…Thank you

If you enjoy my patterns and the content I provide and would like to support me further, you can do that right here. Thank you so much….Niki x

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All patterns and photos / images are the property of Nicola Florence at ayarnyrobin.wordpress.com.

Please do not modify, resell, publish in part or in full, or share patterns or photo’s as your own.

You may sell finished items made from these patterns, I hope they become hot items for you; but please credit, with a link to this website, or with a tag on social using the tag @ayarnyrobin

Happy Hooking!

crochet chart from Mollie Makes
crochet chart from Mollie Makes

5 thoughts on “Crochet Patterns

  1. Concerning Robins nest square…..What size hook are you using? I couldnt find the answer within the pattern. All your work is beautiful..Thanks for sharing.

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