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4th of July Crochet Ideas

When you think of summer you think of 4th of July, the cookouts, fireworks and good food are something to be remembered.  This year, why don't you add a little bit of crochet to those amazing memories with one of these amazing patriotic items! USA, LLC

Just click on the title of each picture and it will bring you to the link for the FREE patterns!

Water Balloons/Ice Pop Holders - These reusable water balloons will let you spend time grilling and being with family instead of spending it by the hose filling up those darn balloons for the kids.  And the pop holders are great to keep those hands from freezing while holding the beloved summer treat!

Wreath -I love how this wreath looks on the door!  It's fairly simple and quick to make so you can start decorating for the holiday now!

Pillow - How cute is this Flag pillow?  It is perfect to decorate any couch or chair for the holiday. 

Bag - I always need a big bad to carry all my stuff around so I'm sure I'm not alone.  This bag is nice and big and will hold all those items you plan to bring over to your gatherings! 

Crocs - This is a simple pair of crocs with stars added to the base for the patriotic feel.  Dress up your little one in these and they are sure to be a hit!

Potholder and Coaster - Perfect for all those hot plates of dogs and burgers!  Or just in the home on a every day basis for a patriotic feel.  

Headband - I love how cute this head band is.  A perfect little touch to add to any girls' outfit.  

 Uncle Sam - Seriously, this is just perfect.  Just a little homage to Abe himself!

In love with one of these items but don't know how to crochet?  Send me a message through my contact me link on my page, visit me on Facebook to send a message, or send a message through my online crochet shop!  


  1. Oh my goodness, these are adorable! Perfect summertime accessories.

  2. Love the idea of coasters! So so cute!

  3. Adorable purse and pillow. I like to crochet. I better finish my son's blanket by the fall. I got burnt out after 3 months of crocheting a 2 year old bed size blanket for my baby.

    1. You definitely need to mix it up. 3 months on one project would burn me out too. Usually when I do blankets, I also do other projects in between.

  4. I love the wreath! I need something festive for my door, maybe I'll give this a try.

  5. These are so cute!! I taught my youngest son to crochet. I'm thinking he will love making reusable water balloons!


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