20 Crochet Letter Patterns & Graphs
Crocheting letters and alphabets is a creative way to use leftover yarns and make interesting patterns. You can use these letters as an applique to decorate your bags, monogram a blankets, baby nursery decor, pillow covers, bookmarks, and other items. The linked tutorials have different patterns (including both block letters and cursive) with detailed instructions to guide you to make the designs.
So time to grab your wool, hook and start stitching your patterns now.
How to Crochet Crochet Letters & Alphabets Patterns
Use assorted colors of worsted yarn to make these cute letters in block. You can make words and names from these crocheted letters and embellish your clothes, bags, home decor and more. This linked tutorial is from Handy Kitty’s Ravelry Store where you will get the free patterns and written tutorials for each alphabet.
You can personalize these crocheted letters on gifts and blankets and give it a special touch. This amazing pattern is used to write a name and decor a room. Kids will love their rooms decorated with their names crocheted and hanging on the walls.
This is a great Christmas project for the holidays where you can involve your kids as well. You can make interesting patterns and make messages based on the vacation theme and use them as banners and garlands.
Three-dimensional alphabets are very eye-catching for kids and these letters can be used to educate kids about the alphabet. These letters are quite thick and big, and thus this project consumes a lot of worsted yarn. Make it colorful, quirky and fun for kids. You can embellish the letters with googly eyes, ribbons, buttons and more.
These letters are a little bold and puffy and require more of worsted yarn and time to make these elaborate alphabets. Beginner crocheters can find it a little difficult to start with but with practice, you will surely enjoy creating this for your kids.