You most certainly have seen it, but did you know that it’s called Buffalo Plaid? Yes, I’m talking about this lovely red and black check, which is trending each year when winter season approaches. Large blocks formed by the intersection of two different color yarns get their name from classic plaid produced from 1850 by Woolrich Woolen Mills company. Although original product was a woven fabric, you can find a lot of beautiful Buffalo Plaid Crochet Ideas, too! From garments and accessories, to dishcloths and decors. You can use it everywhere! Combination of red and black instantly brings Christmas season to mind, so it’s a great time to try one of the projects featuring this technique. Whether you prefer classic crochet hook or tunisian one, you will find a project for yourself! Links to free patterns are under the pictures.
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Buffalo Plaid Cowl Free Crochet Pattern
This warm and comfy cowl will brighten up any winter outfit and add a lot of style. Don’t forget about the buttons!
Go to the pattern: Buffalo Plaid Cowl
Buffalo Plaid Mini Stockings Free Crochet Pattern
Adorable little plaid stockings like these work up fast and can be arranged into stunning wintertime decor.
Go to the pattern: Buffalo Plaid Mini Stockings
Buffalo Plaid Mason Jar Cozy Free Crochet Pattern
Jar cosy is a simple way to upcycle leftover jars and transform them into lovely storage.
Go to the pattern: Buffalo Plaid Mason Jar Cozy
Buffalo Plaid Dishcloth Set Free Crochet Pattern
Looking for gift ideas? This dishcloth set will look great in any kitchen. Make a bunch of them and tie nicely with a twine yarn.
Go to the pattern: Buffalo Plaid Dishcloth Set
Baby Plaid Trapper Hat Free Crochet Pattern
Little ones should be warm and cosy during winter! This lovely hat with plaid detail and a pom-pom is not only looking stylish, but also very functional.
Go to the pattern: Baby Plaid Trapper Hat