Find a variety of resources for learning more about freeform crochet.
Freeform crochet defies easy definition; despite that, I've attempted to define and summarize the technique for you. This brief introduction also lists some noteworthy freeform crochet designers, with links you can follow to see more of their work.
See Also: Does freeform crochet have rules?
Did you know that you can combine freeform crochet with knitting? It's true -- you can, and not only that, the two techniques complement each other fabulously. You can see an interesting example with this freeform knit and crocheted hat.
We've invited freeform crocheters to share their finished projects. I think you'll really enjoy taking a look at the designs they've shared; all of them are unique, original, one of a kind works of fiber art.
- Freeform crochet bag by Ronni Howard (pictured at left)
- Freeform crochet shawl called "Homage to Magpies," by Jenny Dowde
- "Verdant Falls," a mixed media work of fiber art by Laura Murphy which incorporates freeform crochet, freeform knitting, beadwork, and handspun yarns
- Texas Freeform" by Denise Royal
- Freeform crochet bed scarf by Denise Royal
- See more freeform crochet projects.
If you've created any freeform crochet projects, you're invited to share yours too.
If you'd like to learn more about Freeform crochet, I highly recommend these worksheets by James Walters and Sylvia Cosh. The worksheets were originally intended to accompany the workshops that James and Sylvia used to teach, but they are useful resources even if you did not ever have the opportunity to attend at the time.
Freeform Crochet Tutorials
Visit the web site of the International Freeform Crochet Guild to learn more about their shows, and to see interesting examples of freeform crochet art.