Crochet Patterns

A mug rug or coaster is sitting on a heart shaped wood board. The coaster is gray with pink heart-shaped dots and has gray and pink fringe on each end.

These mug rugs/ coasters are the perfect quick crochet gift - they are festive enough for Valentine's Day, but will also be cute to use all year long! This is a quick and easy crochet project with photo tutorials. Use this free coaster crochet pattern to make a set for yourself or a friend!

A gray, textured chunky crochet beanie is laying flat on a white background surrounded by pinecones, a toy red truck, and a ball of gray wool-ease quick and thick yarn.

Chunky yarn hats are my favorite things to crochet. They work up quick and are SO cozy! And super bulky yarn is just so fun to use. This chunky crochet beanie pattern is free and comes in sizes toddler through adult large.

Four crochet twisted ear warmers are on a white surface with four skeins of yarn in matching colors. The yarn colors are dark green, beige, rust, and a dark gold.

This crochet twisted ear warmer free pattern is quick, cute, and has SO much texture for being a one stitch repeat project! You crochet a rectangle using one stitch, then sew it together to get the cute twist look. Crochet an ear warmer for toddlers, children and adults with this easy, bulky crochet pattern.

White, blue, and tan Hexagon shaped reusable face scrubbies made from a free crochet pattern by

These Hexagon reusable crochet face scrubbies and/or Makeup Removers are my new favorite quick project. Check out the free crochet pattern. I consider sitting down and crocheting something for myself to be self care - why not create a self care item while you're at it?

This image is of a beige crochet pillow with the word "Trick" in black yarn sitting on a white background. A purple pumpkin and some fall leaves are also in the photo.

Make a reversible crochet pillow with this free Halloween crochet pattern - a pillow that is truly "Trick" or "Treat"!

The image shows a crochet baby blanket made to look like ocean waves thrown over the back of a gray rocking chair. There is also a toy otter on the chair. The chair appears to be in a nursery with open white shelving next to it. The shelving has grey and white baskets in it. The blanket was made from a free crochet baby blanket pattern.

This crochet baby blanket is soft, quick to make, and has a fun theme - ocean waves! What a sweet way to welcome a new baby. The blanket is made with Bernat Baby Blanket yarn, although any bulky chenille yarn safe for babies will do. Read through the info below or scroll down for the free baby blanket crochet pattern.

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This modern dish towel is the perfect housewarming gift – or gift it to yourself! It has a beautiful texture to it while remaining simple, clean and modern.

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Sharing the Joy of Crochet

Hello! I’m Ashley, creator of Tiny Couch Crochet. And I’m happy you’re here! I’m a 30-something new mom with a tiny (but deceptively comfy) couch and a passion for crochet.

Although I learned the basics of crochet as a kid, I wasn’t consistent for a long time. I would just pick it up to make some granny squares now and then. A few years ago, after going through a rough time with infertility, I needed something to do with my hands and occupy my mind.  So I dusted off my hooks and got back to it. 

This time, I challenged myself to more advanced patterns and new techniques.  And now I like to use those techniques to create modern patterns that are simple to create, but full of details and texture.