I just love quick and easy Crochet projects!!
Most of the time they are perfect to take on a long car ride, or even to bring along to a sports game or make during a movie! And I think I have a short(ish) attention span when it comes to crochet, so fast projects are my favorites.
I’ve been pinning a ton of quick crochet projects and I thought I’d share them with you today! So I’ve rounded up 21 Cute and Quick Crochet Projects for you!
21 Quick Crochet Projects:
Here are links to all the tutorials!
Granny Style Flowers for a Mini Garland
What are you going to try first? I’m kind of dying to get started on the crochet frames. They are so fun and different!
I do not crochet but these are lovely projects. I have someone who wants to teach me but first I have to pick up my hook and yarn :) Hope to do that soon. I would love to learn as it seems a relaxing art.
Crocheting is really relaxing and fun! A good skill to have and lean!
Julie M says
What a sweet collection of projects! I love the roses, frames, and flower coasters. Some of these would be great for teacher gifts. I always struggle to give something heartfelt that won’t break the bank. These are all perfect!
I love the crochet basket with handles, but when I click, I go to a Spanish written page with nothing that looks like instructions. Then I click another link on that one that took me to a Portuguese written facebook page again with no instructions. While I enjoyed my language tour, do you have a link to the instructions for that fabric basket with handles? I’m kind of obsessed with it!
Hi! Sorry about the translation issues. I linked to it because there was a crochet diagram for the basket. There isn’t a written pattern but I think the diagram is pretty international. Here’s a little larger link to that diagram so you can see it better – http://www.siuke.es/2013/01/patron-cesto-rectangular-crochet.html. I hope that helps!
I hope that helps!
Yes that is exactly what I wanted. I must not have gone far enough on the page. Thanks for your extra effort. I teach a crocheting class for 4th and 5 th grade during the school year and a few will be able to make some of these without my help!
Kristina & Millie says
great round up! I haven’t seen many of these patterns and am already making a list of which to make!
Amo todos estos tutoriales son geniales y la explicación clarisima gracias por traernos este recopliatorio genial
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These are my kind of projects!! I just made a few crochet bowls to organize some of my crafty supplies. I really like when I can make something in an hour or less!
Thanks so much for sharing my hearts! I really appreciate it!
Lovely collection of projects – I really appreciate your gathering them here for us to enjoy. There is always a need for a quick handmade gift – so much more thoughtful than a dash to the shops.
Brenda k. kelley says
Cute,cute,soooo cute!!!!!! I’m knew to crocheting, i think these will be good projects for me~~~~~thank u so mucho!!
Cathy Bartholet says
I’m also having problems with the basket with handles. I clicked on the additional link you provided then clicked to translate to english. The paragraph above the pattern translated as did the comments. However, the pattern itself is still in Spanish. ??
Leona Olson says
These are great. My daughter just told me to do scarfs for the girls for next Christmas.
Taylor @ Pink Heels Pink Truck says
I don’t even crochet and these are inspiring me to want to learn!
I have been looking on your site for 2 hours trying to find instructions for the different shaped frames. ARG, I just may be blind lol. Can you please help me. I just found very old family pictures, you know the kind where nobody smiles, and I would like to make the frames, make copies of pictures and make for my children. I think this would be an absolutely WONDERFUL way to remember all family members. Instead of writing names on a tree do it with pictures.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Sorry you had trouble with the frames – it looks like the website that had those isn’t around any longer. Would these be close enough to what you are wanting to do? http://web.archive.org/web/20130111225002/http://ideasmag.co.za/craft-decor/crocheted-frames There are several patterns there to choose from.
Hope that helps!