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This Multicolor Crochet Pattern Collection includes only popular free crochet patterns which were all designed by me. From beginner to more advanced, you will find a pattern for you.
Changing colors can be easy, but also challenging, breath-taking and frustrating. I’ve been there myself. I went through all the emotions when I first learned how to crochet with multicolor patterns. And I almost gave up. But I’m so glad I didn’t. The feeling I get now when I finish a multicolor project is so amazing. I hope you know what I mean.
This free crochet pattern collection includes 12 (plus a bonus one on the bottom) multicolor crochet patterns. They are perfect to make any time of the year when you need a bit of a challenge or just need something different on your crochet hook that includes several different colors using different techniques.
Table of contents
- “Change Colors in Crochet” Free Workshop for Multicolor Crochet Patterns
- 12 Most Popular Free Multicolor Crochet Patterns + Bonus
- 1. The Snowflake Tapestry Bag
- 2. Polar Bear Washcloth
- 3. The Ripple Hat
- 4. Single Crochet Tunisian Hat
- 5. Striped Ombre Hat
- 6. Striped Velvet Cardigan
- 7. Alphabet and Numbers C2C Blanket
- 8. Rolling Waves Blanket
- 9. Rainbow C2C Hat
- 10. Knit-Like Gloves
- 11. Knit-Like Crochet Pouch
- 12. Plaid Heart Pillow
- 13. Bonus Paid Crochet Pattern: Snowflake Tapestry Pouch
All of these multicolored crochet patterns are free and are easily accessible by clicking on the name of the pattern which will take you directly to the color-changing crochet pattern you choose.
I sure love all of these patterns and I am happy that all of these patterns are super popular. In fact, they are some of my most popular crochet patterns with color changes.
“Change Colors in Crochet” Free Workshop for Multicolor Crochet Patterns
If you have any trouble with changing colors in crochet and would like to know how to easily manage the color transitions, without having other yarn colors peeking through, and have less yarn to weave in, AND get pretty results, then this Free 3 Part Workshop is for you!
I will demonstrate and teach you step by step how to change colors in crochet, how to prevent yarn tangles, and have less yarn to weave in!
Sign up now so that you are registered for FREE and you can get started with the workshop immediately! And yes, it includes a workbook!
Now, without further ado, let me get started with this awesome collection. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Be sure to also SHARE this collection using the social media buttons above and below so the rest of the world can enjoy it as much as you do.
12 Most Popular Free Multicolor Crochet Patterns + Bonus
1. The Snowflake Tapestry Bag
This is one of those crochet hat patterns that I not only loved designing but also was so extremely excited to share with everyone. It features a special technique called multicolor Tapestry Crochet and is made with single crochets in the back loop only.
The Polar Bear Washcloth is not only a fun multicolor crochet pattern to make, but it also shows off the graphgan technique beautifully. It uses only single crochet stitches, lots of different colors, but doesn’t create a headache when changing colors.
3. The Ripple Hat
This hat crochet pattern only uses 2 colors, but one of them is a variegated yarn which makes this pattern even more special. It also features back post double crochet stitches which create that nice ripple effect when changing colors.
I have to tell you, that this is an absolute dream. I am not surprised in any way that this hat made the list. It has style, elegance, and most importantly a beautiful texture. It looks like a brick wall when combining single crochet stitches with Tunisian crochet.
This multicolor hat crochet pattern makes me so excited. It not only features a beautiful transition between 2 different colors but it also uses “Heat Wave” yarn which keeps your head nice and warm when wearing it outside.
I love this cardigan. Using only double crochet stitches the color transitions are easy and smooth and create a stunning effect. And let’s not forget the velvet yarn that makes this cardigan extra cozy.
This blanket looks a lot harder than it really is. It is time-consuming but so worth making. This C2C multicolor crochet pattern includes several tutorials guiding you through each challenge step by step.
Looking through all my blanket crochet patterns, this is still one of the most popular ones. I’m so excited cause it shows a wave effect through stitches and color transitions by going lighter to darker and vice versa.
If you know someone who loves rainbows and/or unicorns then this is the hat for them. The color transitions are easy and smooth and make the hat a stunning multicolor crochet project.
10. Knit-Like Gloves
This crochet pattern features the waistcoat stitch and 2 different colors. But don’t feel intimidated as it’s actually a lot easier than you might think. In fact, this pattern even won a prize and was featured in Simply Crochet Magazine.
This pattern not only features the crocheted knit stitch, aka waistcoat stitch, but it is turning out to be a very popular pattern lately. The development of this multicolor pattern has an amazing story too. Be sure to check it out and read the details.
This pillow not only shows love but also coziness and how beautiful multicolor crochet patterns can be. Whether you make it as a gift or for the holidays or even for your own home, you will love making it and how it looks in the end.
13. Bonus Paid Crochet Pattern: Snowflake Tapestry Pouch
This multicolor pattern is a bonus pattern and yes, it’s a pretty one for sure. It’s a pouch that can store, hooks, pencils, makeup, or anything else. And it features the technique called tapestry crochet. It is a premium pattern, and it’s a bonus. So it’s not free.
I am not surprised all of these patterns made it into the Top 12 (plus a bonus 😀 ) of the most popular free multicolored crochet patterns.
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