Crocheted koala keychains.

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Hello there, lovely people! Guess what? Our mission today is to crochet as many funny and adorable keychains as possible! Do you want to join us?

Oh, we bet you do! Can you imagine a more relaxing way to spend a free summer afternoon? Crochet keychains are great for so many reasons. Firstly, they let you use up all the leftover yarn scraps you have been hoarding. Secondly, they don’t take much of our precious crafting time. And lastly, they are the most versatile gift idea ever! Have we managed to convince you already? Without a doubt! Let’s go crochet keychains! Shall we?

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Little Keychains with Free Crochet Patterns

IceCream Keychain Helado

You are going to enjoy this tiny wonder even after summer ends! Ice cream is always a good idea, no matter the season, right? Obviously! Every fan of this special dessert will surely fall head over heels in love with this simple pattern by Mimos Tejidos. So cute!

Crochet Ice Cream keychain

The original pattern and the photos are available on Handmade Fiber Treats here:

IceCream Keychain

More info is on Ravelry here.

Koala Keychain

Isn’t this little keychain by Skein Spider the cutest thing ever? We mean, just look at these furry ears and deep black eyes! If you are a fan of koalas, this pattern is certainly a must-have for you. Do you know a lot about the fascinating animals already? This project is an opportunity to learn even more!

Crochet Koala Keychain

The video tutorial is available on YouTube here:

Koala Keychain

More info and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Flower Stitch Markers

Who doesn’t love a good multiuse pattern? We all certainly do! These tiny beauties by Stitch by Fay were designed as markers, obviously, but they can also be used as crochet keychains, lucky charms, or jewelry. Go crazy with colors while making your own bouquet!

Crochet Flowers Keychains

The original pattern and the photos are available on Stitch by Fay here:

Flower Stitch Makers

Keychain Doll in a Mouse Suit

Goodness, can you even handle this dose of cuteness? Our hearts nearly melted when we saw this adorable tiny mouse! Antonina Borysiuk has many sweet crochet patterns for keychains in her repertoire. They are mostly paid options, but certainly worth every penny. Go see for yourself!

Crochet Keychain Doll

The original pattern and the photos are available on Etsy here:

Keychain Doll in a Mouse Suit

More info is on Ravelry here.

Owl Keychains

The beautiful, colorful, and friendly owl will be an ideal project for summer. Easy and quick to make, the pattern allows you to crochet as many owls as you want, for you or as gifts for your friends. Cute owls can be also used for a baby mobile or as kids’ room decoration.

owl keychains free crochet pattern

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here:


Owl Keychains Free Crochet Pattern

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