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This is a compilation of 10 free crochet puzzle patterns. Use these fun patterns as children’s toys or in the classroom.
One of my and my hubby’s favorite pastimes is putting jigsaw puzzles together. It makes for a fun, quiet (and free!) date night. I enjoy working on something together that we can both be proud of in the end.
Crochet puzzles are a fun variation to traditional jigsaw puzzles! And there are so many different kinds of crochet puzzle patterns. You can crochet a Rubik’s cube, Lego bricks, an Amish puzzle ball, and more.
These crochet puzzle patterns make wonderful children’s toys because they are soft and unbreakable. Additionally, they also make great additions to a library or school classroom! There are so many amazing uses for these fun crochet puzzle patterns.
Table of contents
- 10 Free Crochet Puzzle Patterns
- THE CROCHET CLUB – CROCHET PATTERN, TIPS & TUTORIAL VAULT
10 Free Crochet Puzzle Patterns
With this variety of puzzle crochet patterns, you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for you.
Maybe you are looking for a cute baby/toddler gift – a fun and color puzzle blanket, perhaps?
Or maybe you are looking for something more detailed like a Rubik’s cube.
With this enjoyable collection of crochet puzzle patterns, you’re sure to find one to suit your fancy.
Crochet Soft and Stackable Lego Bricks
When my boys were small, Legos were one of their favorite things to play with. This inspired me to create these giant, soft stackable bricks. If you make enough of these you can even build a fort out of them!
These crochet bricks are made using flat panels to form a square bottom. For the Lego ‘nubs’ on top, you will crochet in the round – almost like you’re crocheting a very tiny hat. Lastly, you’ll sew them all together and stuff them with polyfill.
Go to the Soft and Stackable LEGO Bricks.
Crochet Rubik’s Cube Tissue Box Cover
Turn your boring tissue box into a fun Rubik’s cube by making this fun tissue box cover! Each colored square has velcro on the back so you can remove/reattach the colors as you try to ‘solve’ this puzzle.
As long as you know how to crochet in rows using just basic stitches, then you can make this easy tissue box cover. This is a great stash-buster pattern.
Go to the free Rubik’s Cube Tissue Box Cover pattern HERE.
Crochet C2C Puzzle Blanket Pattern
This crochet puzzle blanket is crocheted using the C2C (corner-to-corner) crochet technique. If you’ve never done C2C before, there’s no need to worry. There is a really easy tutorial included in this pattern. In fact, this is actually a great introduction to C2C if you’ve never done it before.
This fun and colorful crochet puzzle blanket would make a great addition to a child’s room, used as a playmat, or even in a classroom or library.
Click HERE for the C2C Puzzle Blanket Pattern.
Crochet Infinity Cube Puzzle Block
Learn how to crochet this fun infinity cube! This is a soft crochet puzzle pattern that is perfect for young children to play with.
As long as you can crochet in short rows, then you can definitely make this infinity cube. Go through your scrap yarn pile, pick out a few of your favorite colors, and get to work making this fun toy.
CLICK HERE for the free crochet puzzle pattern.
Citrus Fruit Puzzle Balls
These fruit crochet puzzle balls remind me of those chocolate oranges that you can find around Christmas time. I’m not a huge fan of how they taste, but they sure are fun to break apart!
These would make a really great toy for smaller children to help with fine motor skills and coordination. They would also learn how to identify different citrus fruits. Make these in yellow for lemons, green for limes, pink for grapefruit, and orange for oranges.
You can find this crochet puzzle pattern for free ON THIS WEBSITE.
Easy Puzzle Blanket
This beautiful crochet puzzle blanket uses a textured stitch to create the lovely texture you see in the photo. Unlike the C2C blanket pattern above, this one is worked in regular rows – so no worries if you don’t know how to do C2C.
What a great stash buster! Choose several of your favorite colors and make yourself one of these brightly colored puzzle blankets. You’ll finish this blanket off by adding a simple border around the edges.
FOLLOW THIS LINK for the free crochet pattern.
Crochet Amish Puzzle Ball
You don’t have to be a child to enjoy this Amish crochet puzzle ball. This is a fun and satisfying toy for anyone to enjoy. This also makes a great ‘fidget’ toy for those who need to keep their hands occupied.
Using just small amounts of yarn, this makes for a great way to use up those yarn scraps. I know this may look a bit complicated, but the construction of this crochet puzzle ball is actually quite simple.
CLICK HERE for the free crochet puzzle pattern.
C2C Puzzle Coaster
This fun little crochet puzzle coaster is so cute! You’ll make this using the C2C crochet technique.
These cute coasters will add a nice splash of color no matter where you put them. Whether that’s in your kitchen, a classroom or your workspace.
Check out the free pattern ON THIS WEBSITE.
Flower Puzzle Ball
This flower puzzle ball is a fun take on the traditional Amish puzzle ball. It is similar in construction but the concept is still the same. The only difference is that you will make these pretty little flowers for the outside portion of this crochet puzzle ball.
Make this as a unique gift for a baby shower or a child’s birthday. This is sure to be a favorite and will last for years to come.
FOLLOW THIS LINK for the free pattern.
Puzzle Piece Scarf
This puzzle scarf is actually for autism awareness. Whether you or a family member lives with autism, this is a wonderful accessory to make to show the world your support for those who are autistic.
This pattern is actually just a color graph, so the maker should have basic knowledge of how to read one already. This pattern is also made using the Tunisian simple stitch, so the maker should also already have knowledge of how to do Tunisian crochet.
You can get this free crochet pattern BY CLICKING HERE.
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THE CROCHET CLUB – CROCHET PATTERN, TIPS & TUTORIAL VAULT
You can have the most amazing pattern and yarn in the world, but if you don’t have the knowledge of how to crochet in a way that makes you proud, then all your work is for nothing.
Maybe you dream of having perfect straight seams or less yarn to weave in?
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You will get access to all my patterns in PDF formats and full support from me to guide you through the tricky bits. I will also teach you what YOU want to learn! Join me in THE CROCHET CLUB – AN ALL-ACCESS MEMBERSHIP!