12 Crochet Letter Patterns
Crocheting letters is an innovative way of decorating bags, blankets, cushion covers, toy blocks as well as making bookmarks. Here are some pretty crochet patterns with detailed instructions that you can modify as per your creative needs.
Use worsted yarn of assorted colors to crochet these letters and set up a special message for your loved ones.
This holiday season, encourage your kids to make these stunning crochet letters that can be tactfully used to write Christmas-themed quotes on Christmas cards and gift boxes.
The soothing baby pink and blue crocheted letters can be sewn to your newborn’s blanket, making her feel warm and comfortable on a chilly day.
Forget single letter crochet or monograms when you can create a myriad of alphabets in vivid colors. Imagine how easy and fun it will be for your little one to learn his ABC’s without getting bored or fussy.
Here is another crochet alphabet pattern that requires a double stitch to make the letters look bold and puffy. If you think this is exhaustive, then wait till you start getting addicted to this rejuvenating activity after finishing the first few letters.
Beginners can try this simple yet elegant monogram design that can be stitched to aprons, sports team T-shirts, or hats, representing the first letter of your name.
You will be elated seeing the dramatic effect created by this brilliant pattern after joining the crochet letters. If you are in the mood to crochet some cool multicolored letters then just go for it to test your crochet skills.
Transform an ordinary, lightweight purse into a grab-and-go outdoor accessory by crocheting your name or initials on it.
Let your baby snuggle and sleep soundly under this cute blanket having all the alphabets crocheted on it. If this plain look does not appeal you, then add a pop of color to this woolen cover by crocheting the letters in various hues.
Each letter in this pattern will require plenty of worsted yarn to make it appear large and thick. Why not use these three-dimensional crochet letters for party banners, nursery décor or decking up your empty walls?
Filet Crochet Alphabet
These cool patterns will motivate you to make some eye-catching crochet crafts, having endless uses. At first glance, it might appear challenging, but once you have made a start it will invoke more interest in crocheting.
Published on July 27th 2015 by Michelle Anderson