Circle Patterns to Knit, Crochet and Craft

Want to make a circle out of yarn, thread or fiber? If so, these 6 circle patterns could be exactly what you need.

4 Crochet Circle Patterns

Circles are interesting projects to crochet. They’re usually pretty easy to do, although there are some pitfalls to beware of. Want to learn how to crochet a circle? For more in-depth information on this topic, I invite you to visit the pages linked below.

Easy Crochet Circle Pattern

1. Easy Flat Circle Shape

This flat circle shape is worked in a spiral, with no slip stitches joining your rounds together, and no chains between rounds. This sort of construction helps you to avoid ending up with a visible slanted line on your crocheted circle shape — which is one of those pesky pitfalls I mentioned above.

Pattern Details:

  • A Free Crochet Pattern is available for this design.
  • Crochet Skill Level: Easy.
  • Pattern Designer: Amy Solovay

Quick, Easy Crochet Circle for Beginners

2. Fast, Easy Crochet Circle for Beginners

Have you learned how to do the chain stitch, the double crochet, and the slip stitch? If so, you already have the skills you need to work this pattern. No increases are necessary.

If you haven’t learned these basic stitches yet, don’t worry — this pattern gives you the perfect opportunity to learn them, and practice them at the same time.

I show you how to do each step of the circle, including pictures, so you can follow along and crochet your own little circle shapes. I also link you up with a bunch of additional helpful tutorials that can give you more insights about each stitch, in case you get stuck or confused.

Pattern Details:

  • A Free Crochet Pattern and Tutorial are available for this design.
  • Crochet Skill Level: Beginner.
  • Pattern Designer: Amy Solovay

Easy Curved Crochet Circle Pattern

3. Easy Curved Crochet Circle Pattern

I can think of many possible reasons you might want to crochet a circle with a slight curve. This could become an essential component of many different types of creative crochet projects.

I originally designed this pattern because I thought it would be interesting to use two of these circles as part of a duffel-style purse — one on either side. When I put my first version of the purse together, I decided that these circles weren’t quite right for the style I had in mind, so I’m re-designing the bag to make it more in line with what I want.

However, I envision that these circles will be useful for many other projects. That experiment sparked several other ideas in my head for things to do with them — and I hope you’ll find uses for them, too, if you are so inclined.

Pattern Details:

  • A Free Crochet Pattern is available for this design.
  • Crochet Skill Level: Easy.
  • Pattern Designer: Amy Solovay

Kaleidoscope Crochet Circle Pattern

4. Kaleidoscope Circle Motif

Would you believe me if I told you that there’s only one color per round in this pattern? No? Well, if you’re skeptical, you’ll want to take a really close look at the larger close-up picture of this circle motif — because it’s perplexing, intriguing and even downright riveting.

There is, indeed, only one color per round in this design. Put your brain to work on that one for a minute — maybe you can figure out how that’s possible. 🙂 Or, skip the brain teaser and get yourself a copy of the pattern so you’ll be in on exactly what you would need to do to create this colorful pattern, while only working with one color at a time.

This motif is one component of an afghan you can crochet — or you can use the motif in other projects, as you please. If you’re looking for a colorful circle with interesting details, this is a great pattern to consider.

Pattern Details:

  • This Crochet Pattern is available from the book Unexpected Afghans.
  • Crochet Skill Level: Not mentioned in the pattern.
  • Pattern Designer: Tammy Hildebrand
  • Book Author: Robyn Chachula

2 Knit Circle Patterns

If you want to knit a circle, consider using either of these great knitted circle patterns:

1. Circular Knit Coasters

These knitted circle shapes make handy coasters, but you could also use them in other ways if you have a different idea in mind.

2. How to Knit a Flat Circle

This photo tutorial will teach you how to knit a flat circle shape using double-pointed knitting needles.

So there you have it! 4 crochet circle patterns plus 2 knit circle patterns = 6 fantastic circle patterns all together. We hope you enjoyed this pattern roundup, and that you’ll enjoy actually making some of these circle designs too.

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This page was last updated on 5/12/2018.