This Taco Keychain Crochet Free Pattern is quick to make and uses a Magic Circle. It makes a fun gift for a new driver, fancy up your kids' backpacks, or stocking stuffers for all the kids and teens in your life!
Add a fun face to really personalize your Taco Keychain, whatever strikes your fancy. No matter how you make it, your keychain is sure to be a hit!
Watermelon Keychain Crochet Free Pattern
Here's a free crochet pattern for smiling slices of watermelon keychains. These keychains are perfect for teachers’ gifts or stocking stuffers!
It's cute, it's small, and you can whip up a batch of these in an evening for all the people on your list! So what better way to bring in the summer than with little smiling slices of watermelon?
Get this Watermelon Keychain Crochet Free Pattern here
Crochet Sombrero Keychain Pattern
Thank your designated driver with a super cute Crochet Sombrero Keychain! A pattern that works up quickly and is fun and festive for the holiday. These sweet little sombrero could also be used as an ornament, party favor, or zipper pull on a backpack.
Crochet Donut Keychain Pattern
These donut keychains are perfect for all ages! The little ones can use them as okay food just leave off the keychain part for them.
School-age kids can attach them to their backpacks or lunchboxes and everyone else can use them on their keys. And of course, people who are old enough to drive can put them on their car keys!
Crochet Halycon Keychain Pattern
This Halycon Keychain is a fresh new keychain, perfect for the spring season. You can use yarn scraps to whip up these keychains in a flash for markets, craft shows, and last-minute gifts.
This crochet keychain pattern creates a wristlet keychain, but instructions are also included to customize your keychains to your style. Ideas include a lanyard length, chunky version, other possible materials, and more!
Crochet Jellyfish Keychain Pattern
This little Crochet Jellyfish Pattern makes a keychain that is about 4 inches tall, but that includes the wavy tentacles. Perfect size for keychains, or as a little backpack friend.
Very quick, this will become a fan favorite for when you need a quick make! You will need to know how to use a magic circle, single crochet, and how to increase and invisible decrease to make one.
Puff the Magic Stegosaurus African Flower Crochet Pattern
Puff the Magic Stegosaurus makes use of the African Flower hexagon crochet motif and variations thereof, joined in a specific order to make a recognizable 3D item. I love this African Flower pattern and the creative possibilities of using it to make 3D items.
Puff is an excellent stash buster project, as you only need to use very small amounts of leftover sock yarn to make a motif!
Crochet Amigurumi Squirrel Keychain
Finding amigurumi projects for beginners can be tough, but look no further. This Crochet Amigurumi Squirrel Keychain is an adorable introduction into the world of crocheting dolls and other toys. This crochet amigurumi pattern uses felt to add the details to the squirrel, and is perfect if you have any scraps you need to get rid of. This is a cute gift for new drivers or friends looking into buying cars. Be the first keychain on their keys and they will think of you every time they drive.