To get you started on your crochet photo pattern adventure, I am offering several patterns for free. I want you to get some practice crocheting these patterns because they are structured quite differently from the typical crochet pattern.
That’s not to say they are difficult to crochet. My goal is to provide all the information you’ll need to successfully complete the patterns, in the pattern itself, as well as on this blog. And if you have questions, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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With only 20 rows and 20 stitches, this pattern is a good place to start for those who are absolutely brand new to crocheting photo patterns. Do several of them to hone your skills before moving on to a more complex pattern.
LADYBUG is an easy, 90-row pattern that consists of only three colors. Successfully completing it will give you all the skills you need to work on more complex patterns, but it’s a good idea to continue practicing with the other free patterns.
Now that you’ve had some practice working with three (Ladybug), it’s time to ramp up the level of difficulty. You’ll be working with five colors in this cute pattern of one of my favorite creatures in nature.
This iconic image of Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. transforms into a detailed piece from a pattern that’s only 75 rows by 80 stitches. It’s a nice transition from the Big Butterfly pattern to a more complex one. You’ll be working with a total of eight colors.