Crochet Accessories Patterns For Home

26 Best Crochet Accessories Patterns For Home

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There are never enough crochet accessories for the home because they improve our lives and interiors.

Having the best crochet accessories patterns at hand is also helpful because you might need to refresh some items right now as you feel so. It can be a new crochet placemat, coaster, or potholder for the kitchen. You may want a beautiful delicate doily for the bedside or a stylish wall hanging to decorate your living room. Or it would be best to have an organizer for crochet hooks and a sturdy basket for skeins.

Find here the 26 best crochet accessories patterns and make your home even cozier. Happy crocheting!

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1. Idunn

  • Designed by Zoya Matyushenko

This fabulous pattern has gained popularity thanks to its elegance and unquestionable beauty. It looks so amazing in every color and size, and it will add some unique sophistication to your table setting. You will find the link to the payable pattern just below the photo.

Idunn Doily Crochet Pattern

Photo by IrinaKogotkova /

Find this PAID pattern on Ravelry. Read more about Irina Kogotkova’s project on Ravelry.

2. Monstera Leaves Wall Hanging

  • Designed by Ashlea Konecny

I found a super trendy tropical decor for your interiors — this Monstera Leaves Wall Hanging. The free crochet pattern includes four different leaves with instructions on how to make them smaller or bigger. There is also a video tutorial on YouTube to make your process even more apparent. Everyone will adore your decoration idea!

Monstera Leaves Wall Hanging crochet pattern

Photo by Ashlea Konecny /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

3. Easy Placemat

  • Designed by Jo Edwards

Rectangular placemats are practical. You can comfortably place a plate with cutlery on it. And they look perfect on rectangular tabletops. Here is a free crochet placemat pattern that will be easy to follow even for beginners, and making them is a good idea for a last-minute gift.

free rectangular placemat crochet pattern

Photo by Jo Edwards /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Teatime Potholders

  • Designed by Raffaella Tassoni

These colorful, fun potholders in the pictures below were made by Raffaella Tassoni, and they are such an amazing addition to any kitchen! Feel free to adjust the colors to match your color scheme, and most importantly – have fun!

Teatime Potholders

Photo by Raffaella Tassoni /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

5. Ethereal Energy

  • Designed by Julia Hart

Wow! Is that the first thought that crosses your mind? Because this free crochet doily pattern is really impressive. This is an artwork and embodiment of the creator’s craftsmanship. The finished size is 32” in diameter, so it can be an excellent decoration for your table or even a mandala for a wall.

free crochet doily pattern

Photo by Julia Hart /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

6. Kitty Cat Pot Holder

  • Designed by Sonya Blackstone

Are you a cat lover? Or maybe your friend, mom, or granny? Here is a perfect gift for all of them! Crochet this cute pot holder with a free pattern and put something pleasant into its pocket — a spatula or a yummy recipe.

free crochet pot holder pattern

Photo by Sonya Blackstone /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

7. Tunisian Spiral

  • Designed by Hookloopsarah Sarah

Isn’t this gorgeous placemat in the pictures below just breathtaking? The color combination reminds me of peacock feathers! It’s a super versatile and fun-to-do pattern. Apart from decorative placemats, you can make, for instance, matching glass coasters, a tablecloth, a chair cover, or an original shawl – it’s totally up to you!

Tunisian Spiral

Photo by saspinner /

Find the original free pattern on YouTube, or read more about it on Ravelry. Read more about saspinner’s project on Ravelry.

8. Jasmine Stitch Flower Coaster

  • Designed by Tomoko Hori

These coasters are one of the most beautiful coasters I’ve ever seen! I love the flowers inside and the lovely borders. I’m even impressed that this crochet coaster pattern is free because it is worth a good price. So, catch the chance to make these functional decorations for your home.

free crochet coaster pattern

Photo by Tomoko Hori /

Find the original video tutorial on YouTube, or read more about it on Ravelry.

9. Coffee Cup Cozy

  • Designed by Rebecca Langford

How about changing the morning cup of coffee design according to your mood? It’s easy to do with to-go hot drink sleeves! Make a lot with this free crochet cup cozy pattern and change them one by one. They are fast to make and require just a little yarn, but they look great and bring a pleasant tactile experience.

crochet cup cozy free pattern

Photo by Rebecca Langford /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

10. Plant Hanger

  • Designed by Ashlea Konecny

If you have just one skein of yarn, you may appreciate crocheting a plant hanger with a free pattern. It has a chic look and two sizes for small and large flower pots — a perfect project for your leftovers and a nice piece for your interior floral design.

free crochet plant hanger pattern

Photo by Ashlea Konecny /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

11. Milli

  • Designed by Zoya Matyushenko

This pattern looks beautiful and exotic as if you bought it on a paradise holiday. However, you can do it yourself at home! With its juicy and vivid color, the Milli mandala looks stunning. Of course, you can choose another palette if you want, it will look fantastic anyway! Moreover, it will look amazing in any color! It’s incredible!

crochet doily free pattern

Photo by Zoya Matyushenko /

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

12. Ammonite Crochet Hook Roll

  • Designed by Dedri Uys

I love how this hook roll looks like a sandy beach. What’s more, it’s a very practical project, that will keep all your hooks in one place and you’ll never have to look for them again! In addition to that, this amazing project is really fast to make.

Ammonite Crochet Hook Roll

Photo by May-LissNO /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry. Read more about May-LissNO project is on Ravelry.

13. Snowberry Cushion Cover

  • Designed by K.A.M.E. Crochet

Even though this cushion in the pictures looks perfect for winter time, but you can so easily adjust it to be more vibrant and suitable for spring! This cushion is perfect to snuggle up with a blankie and your favorite tea! Homemade pillow really are a great addition to your room!

Snowberry Cushion Cover

Photo by K.A.M.E. Crochet /

Find original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

14. Succulent Flower

  • Designed by Natalia Ruzanova

Look at this succulent crochet flower! It is like a real one, yes? It’s an easy-level project that you can implement with a free pattern. To make sturdy leaves, choose the smallest hook for the yarn you have, and you’ll create a forever plant for your place.

free crochet succulent flower pattern

Photo by Roseanna Murray /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

15. Circular Coaster

  • Designed by Crochet ‘n’ Create

These Circular Coasters are very pretty and look like small flowers, don’t you think? You can create every coaster in different color and create meadow on your table, or choose your favourite color and create amazing set of coasters!

floral coaster free crochet pattern

Photo by Crochet ‘n’ Create /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

16. Blue Moonpetals

  • Designed by Julia Hart

Delicate blue color of this moonpetapls doily looks amazing, so although it’s not that easy to do, it’s really worth! It will be also great gift idea for your family member or friends, because handmade gifts are always memorable!

Photo by momackenzie /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry. Read more about momackenzie’s project is on Ravelry.

17. Microwave Bowl Cozy

  • Designed by Ashlea Konecny

This microwave bowl cozy crochet pattern is exactly that: quick and easy! You’ll be finished crocheting and enjoying your microwaved bowl of soup, chili, or hot cereal in no time – and in style – all while protecting your hands from the bowl’s searing heat.

Microwave Bowl Cozy

Photo by Ashlea Konecny /

Find original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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18. Crochet Pumpkin Pie Garland

  • Designed by Heather Corinne

How will you use this free crochet pattern for a pumpkin pie garland or Thanksgiving coaster? These cute crochet pumpkin pie slices will bring a festive mood to your home, so put this project on your to-do list. It is a wonderful project for beginners because it is easy and quick to make. The finished size is 4 x 6 inches.

free crochet pumpkin coaster pattern

Photo by Heather Corinne /

Find the original free pattern on

19. Easter Basket, Eggs & Bunny

  • Designed by Crochet 365 Knit Too

Do you need a lovely Easter Basket? But what do you think about Easter Basket, Eggs & Bunny set? It’s three times more beautiful! Create basket in vivid color, tiny bunny and colorful eggs, and put it all in the basket. Such a beautiful decoration!

Easter Basket, Eggs & Bunny

Photo by Crochet 365 Knit Too /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

20. Little Bunnies Easter Basket

  • Designed by Carolina Guzman

I don’t know about you, but I totally fall in love with these patterns! Little Bunnies Easter Basket is very colorful and can be filled with all kinds of treats. Colorful eggs inside the basket and cute bunnies look totally stunning!

Little Bunnies Easter Basket

Photo by One and Two Company /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

21. Easy Mandala Dreamcatcher

  • Designed by Kris Stone

If you like boho-style decorations, this Easy Mandala Dreamcatcher is totally for you, because it looks like that. What’s more, this home decoration could be also a perfect crochet gift idea for a housewarming, wedding shower or mother’s day. In other words, you really have to try this one!

crochet Dreamcatcher free pattern

Photo by Kris Stone /

Find the original free video tutorial on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

22. Harbor Hand Towel

  • Designed by Jessica Underwood

If you are after some easy and textured towels then consider this free crochet pattern. They will make a great gift for bathroom or kitchen because you can never have too many hand towels at home. Again, cotton yarn will be best for this project and you can choose from many different colors too.

Harbor Hand Towel

Photo by Jessica Underwood /

Find original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

23. Aziza AfterParty

  • Designed by Anna Nilsson

Look at this wonderful pattern in vivid colours! I’m sure anyone who will see it in your apartment will be delighted, because it’s a great decoration. Aziza AfterParty is beautiful and I’m sure you’ll be very proud of the end result, so start today!

crochet mandala free pattern

Photo by Anna Nilsson /

Find the original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

24. Crafter Granny

  • Designed by Zhaya Designs

I remember my grandma always sewing my grandpa socks and crocheting fun projects for me. This sweet doll is going to remind you of childhood and keep all your crochet and knit tools in order.

Crafter Granny

Photo by PerPuntino /

Find original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry. Read more about PerPuntino’s project on Ravelry.

25. Spike Basket

  • Designed by Zoe Bartley

If you’re looking for a cute, sturdy basket, you will be delighted by this one on the pictures below! It is a great accessory to keep your yarn stash. However you can use it for so much more than that! Feel free to store fruits, beauty essentials, towels and so on in it.

Spike Basket

Photo by Zoe Bartley /

Find original free pattern on, or read more about it on Ravelry.

26. Cotton Valley Cloth

  • Designed by Black Rose Stitches

Here is a good challenge for advanced beginners to practice Tunisian crochet techniques. Crocheting dishcloths is a meditative process. They are small and usually have a repeatable design. So why not use this chance? Take this free Tunisian cloth pattern and take your skills to the next level.

free dishcloth crochet pattern

Photo by Black Rose Stitches /

Find the original free pattern on

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