If you’re fond of reading and crocheting, you’ve found the right place. I have a few beautiful crochet bookmarks for you. They need little yarn and have lovely designs, free patterns or even video tutorials, and maximum functionality. Crochet one or several different samples if you’re a bookworm and can read more than one book at once, and enjoy your trip to the other worlds! And if you’re looking for more inspiration, don’t hesitate to check out our Facebook Page and Pinterest!
- Designed by Tatiana Siminyuk
This Vanessa bookmark isn’t just a bookmark — it is a philosophical message to us. The keyhole inside the leaf means the entrance to the wisdom that the book gives. It is an easy project for beginners with a free bookmark crochet pattern. Make it for you, and don’t miss a thing.
Photo is by Tatiana Siminyuk / Ravelry.com
Leaf Bunch Bookmark
- Designed by Rajeshwari Singh
It may be hard to believe, but this leaf bunch crochet bookmark is an easy project. Look at these beautiful leaf bunches! They are made with simple stitches. Follow the free crochet pattern and video tutorial to make such a bookmark for you or a bunch of them as a last-minute present.
Photo is by Rajeshwari Singh / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Vardhman design team
If you love flowers as well as reading, you will appreciate this design of a bookmark. It crochets in one piece, and you can adjust the length to any you need. It uses different stitches, so the project is for intermediate crocheters or advanced beginners. There is a free video tutorial on YouTube, and you can follow it to crochet this flower bookmark.
Photo is by Vardhman design team / Ravelry.com
Simply Daisy Crochet Bookmark
- Designed by Dayna Perry
Only 20 minutes for beginners who know the star stitch, and you’ll have this beautiful bookmark with a cute tassel. There is a free crochet pattern with step-by-step photos that will make all the process easy for you. It’s also a perfect stash-busting project, isn’t it?
Photo is by Dayna Perry / Ravelry.com