Crochet is a brilliant craft for reflecting your own personal style, and this is especially so when it comes to home decor crochet projects.


Whether you want to fill your rooms with colour, or use your crochet skills to make some useful and practical items, you'll find there's loads of crochet ideas for the home out there.

Below you'll find out top 10 home decor crochet patterns, including plenty of free crochet patterns and even some fun makes for the kids rooms too!

Top 10 home decor crochet patterns

Free Kaleidoscope stool cover crochet pattern

Give that hard wooden stool a colourful cushiony cover with this fab free pattern from Paintbox yarns! It's an easy pattern and s simple way to give your seat a treat! Download the Free Kaleidoscope Stool Cover Crochet Pattern here.


Beaded Curtain crochet pattern

Give your home a super splash of colour with this fabulous beaded curtain pattern by Emma Leith. With it's fab crochet motifs, shisha mirror sparkles and bead embellished curtains, it's a make that is bound to impress your guests! The pattern was originally published in issue 72 of Simply Crochet magazine, and you can download the pattern from Ravelry here.


Free Picture Frame Crochet Patterns

If you fancy adding a bit of crochet style to your home but want to keep it subtle, these gorgeous picture frames are a fab quick project that you can easily hook up in an evening. You can find the Freecrochet picture frame patterns here.


Free Caron Crochet Blanket Pattern

Even the most stylish of home needs a good crochet blanket, and this stunning shell stitch blanket made from self-striping yarns will look gorgeous spread over your sofa, bed, or anywhere else you choose to keep it. Find the Free Caron Crochet Blanket Pattern here.


Free Pyramid Cushion Cover crochet pattern

As well as a nice crochet blanket to get all cosy with, where would we be without a cushion to snuggle up with. This fab pyramid cushion by Anne Egan features an interesting construction - it's actually made in a cylindrical shape and it's sewn up to create the pyramid shape! If you fancy giving it a try, you can find the Free pyramid crochet cushion cover pattern here.

Pyramid cushion crochet pattern

Ocean Time Mandala Rug Crochet Pattern

Why pay for an expensive rug when you can hook up your own with this stunning pattern by Tatsiana Kupryianchyk. It's made using the super-popular mosaic crochet technique, which allows you to create amazing geometrical designs with the simplest of stitches. You can download the pattern from the Lilla Bjorn Crochet World Ravelry Store.


Free Dip Edge Grey Crochet Basket pattern

Storage is important in every home, especially so for us crocheters - we've gotta keep all that yarn somewhere! This free crochet basket pattern is made in Bernat super-chunky yarn, so it'll hook up in no time and be nice and sturdy! You can find the Free Dip Edge Grey Crochet Basket pattern here.


Beaded Elephant Head Crochet Pattern

We're definitely not fans of real taxidermy, but when it comes to crochet animals we can't get enough! This amazing beaded elephant head by Vanessa Mooncie was one of Simply Crochet's most popular patterns, it's an epic project to get your hooks stuck into and will really show off your crochet skills! You can download the beaded elephant head crochet pattern from Ravelry here.

Beaded Elephant Head

Free Fancy Nancy Crochet Mandala Pattern

We love this gorgeous Fancy Nancy mandala pattern by Dedri Uys. When attached to an embroidery hoop it makes a fabulous decoration - one that we'd be proud to hang in our home. You can find the Free Fancy Nancy mandala pattern here.


Polar Bear Crochet Stool Cover

We can't forget about the kids room when it comes to crochet home ideas. This amazing pattern by Vanessa Mooncie transforms a plain Ikea stool into a cute polar bear! You can find the Polar Bear Stool Crochet pattern on Ravelry here.

Polar Bear Crochet Stool


Matt SpiersDigital Assistant, Gathered

Matt Spiers is a crochet artist and designer who has been overseeing Gathered's crochet articles for over 2 years. He previously worked as Digital Assistant for Simply Crochet magazine and is our in house video editing pro. What started as a hobby a decade ago led to Matt developing a passion (and then a career) with crochet. As well as still regularly writing and designing for Simply Crochet magazine, Matt is a crochet artist in his own right, having displayed and created crochet installations at festivals and fibre events across the UK. You can keep up to date with Matt at @onemancrochet on Instagram.

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