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Charming Gingham Crochet Ideas and Free Patterns

Hello there, yarn lovers! Are you excited to talk about the classic with us today? Gingham is a motif we all know and adore. Let’s explore it, shall we?

Did you know that the word gingham comes from Malayan? The woven fabric famous for its checkered pattern was originally imported into Europe in the 17th century. Can you believe that back then it was usually striped? The history of gingham is rich and full of surprises, so we definitely recommend it for your evening read! Right now, let’s focus on the future. And by that, we mean your future crochet projects, obviously! Charming Gingham Crochet Ideas and Patterns are waiting for you! Put them to good use this season.

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Gingham Accessories with Free Crochet Patterns

Spring Gingham Hand Towel

This is one of the two brilliant designs by Megan Meyer we want to show you today. The awesome designer took the classic gingham motif and introduced it into the kitchen. If you want to crochet yourself a pretty set of accessories, you should follow her instructions.

Gingham Hand Towel

The original pattern and the photos are available on Left in Knots here:

Spring Gingham Dishcloth

More info on Ravelry here.

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Spring Gingham Dishcloth

Is the hand towel from above on your to-do list already? Great! Now put these beauties right next to it. Dishcloths with gingham motif are going to look great in every kitchen, no matter the style of your interior. That’s why they also make perfect gifts! Will you use the same colors as Megan Meyer?

Gingham Dishcloth

The original pattern and the photos are available on Left in Knots here:

Spring Gingham Dishcloth

More info on Ravelry here.

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Pretty in Gingham Mug Cozy

Our favorite gingham motif looks gorgeous on all kinds of accessories, both big and small. This mug cozy designed by Divine Debris is a small detail that will make a huge difference in your daily life. If you need a cute pick-me-up, crochet yourself one in your favorite colors.

Crocheted Mug Cozy

The original pattern and the photos are available on Divine DebrisĀ here:

Pretty in Gingham Mug Cozy

More info on Ravelry here.

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Gingham Tote Bag

If you are a fan of rustic vibes, this pretty crochet pattern for a simple tote certainly deserves a place in your library. The mix of green shades and warm cream is so versatile and refreshing. It makes us think of long walks in the woods! Shannon Holding is such a talent, evidently.

Crocheted Tote Bag

The original pattern and the photos are available on The Loophole Fox here:

Gingham Tote Bag

More info on Ravelry here.

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Gingham Blankets with Free Crochet Patterns

Plaid Granny Blanket

This combination of colors is so classic and cute! Seriously, pink and red always go so well together, right? If you are looking for a perfect basic pattern for a lightweight gingham blanket, this one is evidently for you. Ana Contreras certainly knows what’s going on in the crochet world.

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Gingham Crochet Blanket

The original pattern is available on Lanas de Ana here:

Nine Square Griddle Stitch Gingham

Info about this version by lieveheersbeestje and the photos are on Ravelry here.

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Nine Square Griddle Stitch Gingham

Oh, we simply can’t get enough of Daisy Farm Crafts and their awesome crochet patterns for gingham blankets! The gem on the photo below is a part of a series that makes our yarn-loving hearts beat faster. Crochet it ASAP and then go to the designer’s website to check out other projects. You will have such a hard time deciding between them!

Gingham Crochet Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are available on Daisy Farm Crafts here:

Nine Square Griddle Stitch Gingham

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Pink Gingham Blanket

Didn’t we just tell you that Daisy Farm Crafts has mastered gingham? Well, here is one more proof! This time we can admire subtle, girly colors. Can you imagine how soft this blanket must feel? And the decorative border? Out of this world!

Pink Gingham Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

The original pattern and the photos are available on Daisy Farm Crafts here:

Pink Gingham Blanket

More info on Ravelry here.

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Gingham Blanket

Looking for more boyish colors? Try cyan, a greenish blue colors. You can also combine an aqua or teal hues with white yarn. As a final effect you will get blueish effect, but much more delicateĀ  and intriguing than traditional blue or green.

Gingham Blanket

The original pattern are available on Daisy Farm Crafts here:

Teal Gingham Blanket

More about photographed version: _made.by.madeline

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Crystal Waves Gingham Blanket

This blanket by Crochet Dreamz is based on the crystal waves stitch which gives it an intriguing texture. The gingham pattern only makes it look more fabulous, without a doubt! The final effect is very modern and so cozy. Evidently perfect for nurseries and patios!

Crystal Waves Gingham Free Crochet Pattern

The original pattern and the photos are available on Crochet Dreamz here:

Crystal Waves Gingham Blanket

More info on Ravelry here.

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Paula Sibert 16 October 2020 at 6:42 pm

Love the ginghams and their textures.

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