Welcome to One More Row – Free Crochet Pattern Link Party! Party #15 is live at the end of this post! Thank you so much to everyone who has been joining in on the One More Row Link Party each round! Your clicks, pattern visits, links, and participation are what makes this party so exciting and keeps it going! I hope everyone is enjoying the fun, crochet love, inspiration, and new patterns as much as we are!
Here are the top 5 most clicked links from the last party. I love all of the cute projects pictured here! So many cute amigurumi projects, and an adorable poncho!
If you’re looking for the exciting new free patterns links being shared, or if you’re a designer that would like to share your links, you can scroll down to the link party at the bottom of this post.
If it’s your first time here, maybe skim through some of the details and rules below so you’re familiar with how the link party works. Remember, you have a FULL MONTH to visit and vote for your favorite patterns by clicking on the links, so check back often as new links will be added daily!
1. The Pretty Poncho by Edyth Blayn
I love this adorable poncho! The stitches are gorgeous and it’s super practical too for warm or cool weather! I love the idea of using this in a car seat to keep little ones warm in a car seat without wearing a bulky jacket.
2. Briggs The Bear Crochet Pattern by Yarn Society
This little bear is so cute! I love the extra detail of the little bandana around his neck!
3. Crochet Fox Applique by Golden Lucy Crafts
Golden Lucy Crafts has the most adorable animal appliques made from hearts, and this little fox is another sweet one to add to the collection! I love the idea of using these to decorate kids clothing items, bedrooms, and to use on greeting cards!
4. Forky Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Once Upon a Cheerio
I love all of the Toy Story Movies, and this Forky character won the hearts of my daughters in Toy Story 4! The idea of crocheting a little Forky is so cute! Plus, I bet little ones would love the idea that the facial expressions can be changed too!
5. Buttons the Bunny Crochet Along – Part One by The Loopy Lamb
I love this adorable bunny with his sweet little sweater! Join in the this fun Crochet Along and make your own little Buttons the Bunny! Check out the details on the Loopy Lamb blog!
For more awesome free patterns, keep scrolling down to see the new links submitted in this week’s link party! There are always new patterns being added, so remember to check back often!
You can also find more free crochet patterns in previous link parties here!
One More Row is a free crochet pattern link party hosted here on Loops & Love Crochet and on Grace and Yarn! The FIRST TUESDAY of each month, we will be sharing the top 5 free crochet patterns from the previous link party and also will have a new party started.
What is a Link Party?
How It Works
It’s a fun place to share your own crochet designs and to find new projects from other designers! We hope you will join in the fun by sharing your free crochet patterns and voting on your favorites. You may even find your next crochet project!
If you’re a designer, share your designs by submitting links to your FREE crochet patterns (limit of 3 per party) below. Support other designers and bloggers by visiting at least one other link – your clicks are how the top 5 patterns are determined for each party. This is a great way to get your patterns “out there” and support others.
Not a designer? That’s ok, this party is for you too! Have fun clicking on your favorite links below, this is how you can vote for the top patterns that will be featured in the next party. Plus, it’s a great way to see new patterns from all over the web.
On the first Tuesday of each month we will feature the top 5 most clicked patterns in the next link party, as well as on our social media pages. Plus, a new link party will be started!
New links will be added daily, so be sure to check back often to see the awesome patterns being shared!
Meet Your Hosts!
This party is hosted by Stephanie of Grace and Yarn and myself (Amanda) of Loops and Love Crochet!
We’d LOVE it if you would follow us on one or more of our social media accounts!
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Missed our latest patterns? You can check them out below!
Crochet Zebra Pattern Crochet Along (CAL) by Grace and Yarn
I’m so excited about this new CAL coming soon from the lovely Stephanie of Grace and Yarn! These zebras are too cute and I can’t wait to see all of the ones made during the crochet along! Check out her blog post for all of the details, materials list, dates, etc.
Easy Crochet Hearts by Loops and Love Crochet
Rules for the Party
Yes, every party needs rules, but we’ll keep them short and sweet!
1. All patterns submitted by you MUST be your own work. Only add direct URLs to your pattern. No links to your homepage, Etsy store, Facebook page etc. If you’re pattern is featured in the top 5, please do not submit the same pattern to future parties.
2. By leaving your link below you are giving permission to the hosts to use your photo (and reference to your link) on our blog and in our social media platforms.
3. Please visit at least one other link. Every time you click on another link shared in this party, your click counts as a vote for that pattern. So support other designers and bloggers and visit your favorite links! You may even find your next crochet project.
Do you want to be notified about new link parties, crochet patterns, and blog updates? Subscribe to our email list below!
Are you ready to add your link and join the party?
Click “Add New Link” below, insert the URL of your pattern, add a caption, and then submit! It’s just that easy! Plus, have fun visiting all of the new patterns being shared!
Note: The links below are organized randomly and not according to date submitted or number of votes.
Tuesday 4th of February 2020
why are the links in another language
Loops and Love Crochet
Wednesday 5th of February 2020
Hi Ruth, I do see that there a few links added to the party in which the language is not in English. If you are viewing the pattern on a Chrome browser, you can click the translate button and select English and it does a pretty good job actually! :)