Best Free Crochet Patterns from Repeat Crafter Me

Learn More About What Designer Sarah Zimmerman Has to Offer

Sarah Zimmerman of Repeat Crafter Me is a crafter and crochet designer who often shares her beautiful creations in the form of free crochet patterns and tutorials. We are so lucky that she gifts the world with these beautiful, innovative, inspiring designs.

Why Repeat Crafter Me Offers Free Crochet Patterns

Sarah shares on her own website that she's always loved creating and crafting. She taught herself to crochet in 2011 using free patterns. She was really inspired by the hidden talent that crocheting unleashed in her and now she pays it forward by offering her own crochet patterns for free to help teach and inspire other people.

Crochet Patterns for Kids

Sarah is a mom of three (two boys and a girl), each separated by two years between them. They all live together in Orange County, California, where they relocated (from Seattle via Portland) for husband/ dad's work. Her children inspire many of her designs. Therefore a lot of the Repeat Crafter Me projects are crochet patterns for kids.

Here are 7 of the best free crochet patterns from the Repeat Crafter Me site.

  • 01 of 07

    Animal Applique Alphabet Series

    Sarah @repeatcrafterme

    Technically we're sharing a whole lot more than just seven Repeat Crafter Me crochet patterns because this set alone consists of 26 individual patterns.

    Each pattern in this collection is a crochet animal applique. Each one represents a letter, and the animal in the design has a name that begins with that letter. For example, you can crochet a butterfly (letter B) or a monkey (letter M).

    You could crochet an entire set of these and use them to teach the alphabet to your kids. Or you could simply use the patterns whenever you have an animal appliqué project you want to crochet! This is a versatile pattern set and one of the best free crochet pattern collections that Repeat Crafter Me has ever come up with.

  • 02 of 07

    Christmas Crochet Graphghan Pattern

    Crochet Christmas Blanket Pattern
    Sarah Zimmerman, Repeat Crafter Me

    Like the project above, this is actually a set of multiple crochet patterns. Combined together, they make a Christmas blanket. However, you can also use each of them separately. Each one is a stand-alone corner-to-corner crochet design featuring a holiday-themed graphic. For example, you can crochet a Santa panel or make an elf. You could mix-and-match them in various combinations to create original crochet graphghans of your own. Sarah also provides instructions to add a "Merry Christmas" text border to the finished blanket. Or use a single panel as a holiday decoration wall hanging.

  • 03 of 07

    Candy Corn Crochet Pillow Free Pattern

    Crochet Candy Corn Pillow Pattern
    Sarah Z. of Repeat Crafter Me

    Many Repeat Crafter Me crochet patterns have seasonal or holiday themes. After all, it's always fun to craft for the holidays. This one is designed for Halloween, thanks to the candy corn inspiration. However, it's also just a cute pattern taht could work well at any time of year. Switch up the colors to match your own decor if you don't specifically want a pillow that looks like candy corn. This pillow has arms, legs, and a face, which makes it a cute snuggly character pillow that's perfect for a kids' gift.

  • 04 of 07

    Watermelon Sun Hat Free Crochet Pattern

    Crochet Watermelon Sun Hat Pattern
    Sarah, Repeat Crafter Me

    If you want to crochet something for summer then you might be interested in watermelon crochet patterns. Repeat Crafter Me sometimes makes crochet clothing and accessories for kids and this is a great example of that. It is a crochet sun hat that will shade baby's face from the warm sun. And it's not just for baby; she has generously written up the pattern in multiple sizes from newborn all the way through adult. Make one for each member of your family to keep track of the group when you go on summer outings.

    Continue to 5 of 7 below.
  • 05 of 07

    Crochet Lamb Baby Mobile Pattern and DIY

    Repeat Crafter Me

    Every nursery looks just a little bit cuter with a crochet lamb in it, don't you think? This is more than just a stuffed lamb crochet pattern, though. Repeat Crafter Me came up with a genius idea to turn this lamb into a DIY baby mobile. If you want to make something really special as a baby shower gift (or for your own new baby, of course) then this is definitely one of Sarah's best crochet patterns to bookmark.

  • 06 of 07

    Hanging Tooth Fairy Pillow Free Crochet Pattern

    Hanging Crochet Tooth Fairy Pillow
    Sarah, Repeat Crafter Me

    As Sarah's children began to grow, the naturally started losing their teeth. Like most parents, she introduced them to the tooth fairy. But not all parents are as crafty as she is. She didn't just expect her kids to place their teeth under the own pillows at night. Instead, she crafted the perfect crochet tooth fairy pillow for them. This is ingenious because kids get a special spot to place their fallen teeth and parents don't have to worry about waking them as they replace the teeth with money. This crochet pattern is designed to look just like a tooth - but a cute one!

  • 07 of 07

    Autumn Wreath Crochet Pattern

    Autumn Crochet Wreath
    Sarah Zimmerman of Repeat Crafter Me

    There are some Repeat Crafter Me crochet patterns that are really meant for the whole family, often in the form of seasonal decor. Sarah makes beautiful seasonal crochet wreaths and has shared more than one pattern one on her blog. This one is an autumn crochet wreath with rich fall colors. It incorporates crochet pumpkins. If you're looking to bring a little bit of fall / Halloween beauty to your home the this is a great pattern to give a go.