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Friday, July 26, 2013

Bookmarks for Kids - 5 Free Crochet Patterns reviewed on My Hobby is Crochet Blog

Fun crochet bookmarks, great as student gifts.
Bookmarks for Kids - 5 Free Crochet Patterns reviewed on My Hobby is Crochet Blog
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Don't lose these patterns! 


These bookmarks were made by me using free patterns found the web with some own changes.
The idea of making these cute little projects started by the request of a good friend of mine, who is a teacher and also a fellow crafter, but lately having not much time to crochet.

Devoted to her work and students, she thought to give small crochet surprises to her first grade students having good results and a nice behavior.

Wanting to give her a helping hand in this project, I've asked myself what would be cute, but at the same time useful for the little students, something that they will love!

These bookmarks are just a part of my surprises for her students.

Click on the titles to open the page with the free crochet pattern! Patterns free at time of posting. 


1. Ladybug Bookmark - free pattern by Eva B. Lunde

Bookmarks for Kids - 5 Free Crochet Patterns reviewed on My Hobby is Crochet Blog

 Note: The pattern don't includes how to make a tassel!

If you don't know how to make a tassel, you can learn in my TUTORIAL with step by step pictures How to make a tassel!

2) Turtle Tales Bookmark free pattern by Stephanie Osborne via Ravelry
Update July 2015: It seems that the designer decided to remove the pattern from Ravelry. 
Bookmarks for Kids - 5 Free Crochet Patterns reviewed on My Hobby is Crochet Blog

Note: The turtle in the original pattern has no turtle shell, I have designed my own pattern for it! 
(See my pattern below!)

Turtle Shell Pattern by Kinga Erdem:
Note: When you change the colors in the round, carry the yarns working around the strand of other color yarn.

With green yarn make a magic ring.

Round 1: 6 sc into ring, sl st with red to top of first sc.

Round 2
: Continue with red, chain 1, work 2 sc in same stitch and 2 sc in each stitch around. Sl st with green to top of first sc. (12 sc total)

Round 3
: Continue with green, ch 1, work 2 sc in same stitch; with red 1 sc in each of the next 2 sc, (with green 2 sc in next sc, with red 1 sc in each of the next 2 sc) x 3 times.
Your round will end with red yarn; sl st with red to top of the first sc. (16 sc total)

Round 4
: Continue with red, ch1, 1 sc in same stitch and 1 sc in each stitch around. Sl st to the first sc. (16 sc total)
Cut yarn, leaving a long tail to sew the turtle house to the turtle body.

3) Spider to Web Bookmark - free pattern by Sandy Scofield

Bookmarks for Kids - 5 Free Crochet Patterns reviewed on My Hobby is Crochet Blog

This spider crochet bookmark will be a great gift for little Spiderman fans! :) 

4) Gecko Bookmark  -  free pattern on Lion Brand site.

Bookmarks for Kids - 5 Free Crochet Patterns reviewed on My Hobby is Crochet Blog




This lizard bookmark it is my son's favorite! :) He made me promise that I will make another one for him! I loved the pattern, very fun and easy to follow, great for beginners also.

5) 4 Leaf Clover Bookmarkfree pattern by Maz Kwok from Be a Crafter xD.

Bookmarks for Kids - 5 Free Crochet Patterns reviewed on My Hobby is Crochet Blog

In the original pattern there is only one clover and a bead at the other end. I didn't have beads, so I made another clover instead.

I hope that you and your kids will also love this cute and fun little bookmarks!
I have really enjoyed making them! :)  

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