It’s finally here!
Here on Amelia Makes, the 2020 Crochet Spree is what I’m calling the daily project series between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Every single weekday between 11/27/2020 and 12/24/2020, a new pattern will publish that can be used for gifts or for yourself. Best of all, all of these patterns are free-or at least have a free version.
This page ties together all the projects of the spree and the giveaway(more on that below). Plus, you can find some additional featured designs from other amazing bloggers.
Each day of the Spree, one winner will be selected to get FREE lifetime access to my Crochet Maker’s Vault(a $35 value). This Vault is where I have ALL of my patterns(both free and premium) organized by category for super easy browsing and access.
Each time a pattern gets published, it goes in the vault. With your login, you can easily check in anytime to see what’s new. This is one resource that gets more and more valuable as time goes on.
Once the Giveaway is open, you can enter once a day until the end of the Spree. Be sure to take advantage of your sharing link and get more entries that way, too!
The Daily Projects
Check back each day to see the newly released designs. As we get closer to Christmas, the projects will get quicker and quicker!
- Day 1: The Granny Gifts Cardigan
- Day 2: The Winter Windows Throw
- Day 3: The Velvet Diamonds Kimono
- Day 4: The 1-Hour Messy Bun Hat Beanie
- Day 5: The Gingerbread House Basket
- Day 6: The Star Stitch Stocking
- Day 7: Fur Stocking Topper
- Day 8: Cozy Cathy Gloves
- Day 9: Puffy Star Trivet
- Day 10: Feathered Ball Ornament
Here you’ll find some amazing designs from other crochet artists that you can check out as well! I’ll be featuring them throughout the Spree
- The Pacific Poncho from Carroway Crochet: The Pacific Poncho is made up of two identical rectangles that are seamed at the top, with a neck opening. To make this free poncho pattern all you use are double crochet stitches and you have such a modern, minimalist, cozy poncho.
- The Herfst Blanket from Knitting with Chopsticks: When it comes to easy crochet blanket patterns for beginners, the Herfst Blanket can’t be beat. Using an easy step-by-step guide and only a few simple stitches, you’ll have an elegant throw blanket of your very own.
- The Working Girl Cardigan from Blue Star Crochet: The Working Girl Cardigan is a beginner friendly cardigan pattern designed in sizes XS-5XL.
- The Chunky Cozy Scarf from Remington Lane: Using your favorite super bulky yarn, this beginner-friendly design can be made while watching your favorite holiday movie. Available in two sizes, regular and infinity scarf, its two patterns with the same great look!
- The Crochet House Trivet from Rebekah Haas Crochet: This adorable house shaped trivet is perfect for that “Home for the Holidays” atmosphere.
- The Gift Card Stockings from Jen Hayes Creations: The Gift Card Stockings are a set of four different variations on a simple stocking pattern that are large enough to hold a gift card or other small holiday gifts.
- The Victorian Stocking from Blackstone Designs: This stocking is a throwback to Victorian era Christmas!
- The Crochet Bow Headband from Desert Blossom Crafts: This cute headband is a super quick project that would make a great gift!
- The Herringbone Men’s Hat from Salty Pearl Crochet: This hat is interesting and fun to make, and there are no holes, lace, or frills to put off your manly man from keeping his head warm.
- The Braided Breeze Necklace from Designs by Courtney: This African inspired crochet design offers lots of style in this quick project.
- The Amigurumi Polar Bear from Underground Crafter: This guy is adorable!
- The Christmas Crochet Wreath from Morine: This is a fast, easy to follow crochet Christmas wreath pattern. It’s also small and light enough to make a lovely ornament for a Christmas tree.
- The Christmas Tree Tapestry Potholder from Raffamusa Designs: A very functional and festive holiday project.
- The Salted Caramel Mug Rug from Ambassador Crochet: This mug rug is the perfect size for a mug and a cookie (or maybe a couple cookies).
Crochet Maker’s Vault
Finally, if you want to see more information about the Crochet Maker’s Vault, you can check that out HERE.
And since you’ve read this far, I’ll go ahead and give you a little heads up that there might be other giveaway goodies sprinkled throughout the time of the Spree as well(hint hint).
I hope you have as much fun with this event as I’ve had putting it together! Creating with other crocheters and seeing you all enjoy these patterns will make this an extra delightful season.