17 Crochet Bookmarks
Love to crochet? Why not make yourself pretty crochet bookmarks in cute designs. They will make you love reading fat novels even more just so you can use the fluffy page marks. They make great gifts too. Listed here are a series of funky designs in vibrant colors. Read on to know more.
Crochet lace patterns date back to the 30s and 40s and are popular to this day. They make for a lovable theme for home décor and needlework. Can’t wait to start with one? Let this design detail guide you.
You will love this floral pattern. The blossoms are made in warm shades to up the fun quotient. Give wheels to your imagination and splash in some uncommon colors to fill the center and borders of the flowers. Twine the yarn between your fingers and usher in spring!
Wondering what to gift your dear one for Christmas? Why not present this chirpy bookmark? Your friend will cherish your memories whenever he flips through the pages of his favorite book. Crafted in an endearing design, it is sure to touch his heart.
This unique style can add a new dimension to your crocheting outings. It’s worth a try this Easter. Made with a small steel hook and white cotton thread, it is solemnity redefined. You are free to accentuate it by adding some colorful beads. Putting a hook at the top and tassels near the end can very well turn it into a cute wall hanging.
Want to add a personal touch to your crochet bookmark gift? Let this neat lavender pattern do the honors. The delightful aroma of the lavender-scented yarn will spell magic on your special someone. You can crochet with a single color or choose a different color, preferably white, for the edges of the bookmark.
This serene bookmark pattern will relive the holy spirit in you. The body of the cross is made up in violet and the edges in light blue. You can choose any other pair of contrasting colors to implement the pattern but don’t forget to use lighter shades. The top of the cross ends in a voluptuous tassel of the same hue as the border.
Are you game for some new style of crochet bookmark? Try your hand at crocheting this colorful striped bookmark. It’s easy and fun!
This charming blue angel in a skirt can work wonders for the little ones. Watch their eyes sparkle with joy when they lay their hands on this. The sweet tail ends in a tassel. You will also need a needle with an eye large enough to slip in the crochet yarn to work the borders for a neat finishing.
Presenting cute fan patterns for unique crochet bookmarks. You can mount them on a card and scribble a wish at the bottom before giving it to someone or putting it up for charity fundraisings.
Use a sparkling white yarn for this design. Keep it devoid of embellishments to showcase the beauty of the weave.
The Ulysses Butterfly is a magnificent Australian swallowtail butterfly in spectacular blue and black color. It is a native of the tropical rainforests of Australia and is the local symbol of Dunk Island in the same country. You can experiment with other color combinations too for this lovely pattern.
Racking your brain for gifting options on Valentine’s Day? This sweet bookmark made of little hearts would just be perfect for the occasion. It looks best when knit in two complementary colors alternating with each other.
This enchanting rose bookmark will make reading a magical experience. It has been crafted with one yellow crochet rose along with a slender stem and two lush green leaves.
Walk through the steps of crochet bookmark making with the help of the elaborate diagrams provided in the pattern.
This is a rocking pattern for cat lovers. The yellow shaded cat is replete with big whiskers and a long tail.
A cute elephant bookmark can be crocheted pretty easily and doesn’t use up much yarn. It is made using a 3mm hook and DK wool.
Here are bookmarks in a multitude of colors. They are very simple to make and can be woven from leftover yarn.
Hope you had a great time going through these innovative patterns of bookmarks. You will like it even more when your bookmarks take shape. We have strived to make it an exhaustive and enchanting collection. Do write back to us with your valuable feedback.
Published on July 17th 2015 by Peyton Derrida