Crochet strawberry patterns come in a variety of shapes and methods. Firstly, decide what you’re making. Secondly, you will choose a pattern that suit your skills. And thirdly, you will gather your supplies and start crocheting.
Bellow, I’ll list a few steps and topics to help you out with your crochet strawberry project.
Step 1: Choose your crochet strawberry patterns
Strawberries are such a cheerful way to bring colors and happy vibes to your summer decorations. Here are a few methods and ideas to add strawberries to your crochet:
3D Crochet Strawberries – 3D or Amigurumi shaped crochet strawberries are probably the most common type of patterns you will find. And they are so fun to make. Not only because they are colorful, but because they are quick projects as well.
Crochet Strawberry Accessories – when I was searching for patterns for this list, I was amazed with how many creative ideas are there for what you can make with a strawberry theme. I found purses, coasters, pillows, blankets, and other adorable patterns.
Strawberry Crochet Motifs – this is a fun and cheerful way to incorporate strawberries to your larger projects and/or decoration. You can make things like granny squares, appliqués, and keychains as motifs.
Strawberry Crochet Colorwork –With crochet colorwork methods, such as intarsia and tapestry crochet, you can create your own strawberry themed patterns or use a pattern idea in this list. I hope you find something that will inspire you.
Step 2: Find out what skills you need
Most crochet strawberry patterns are rated as easy. Generally, the most common patterns are designed with beginner-friendly stitches, such as single crochet and double crochet stiches.
Here are the most common skills needed for crochet strawberry patterns (US terminology):
Single crochet stitches – used for most 3D and/or Amigurumi shaped strawberries. If you have never crocheted Amigurumi before, this could be a great first-time project for you.
Half double and double crochet stitches – these stitches are mostly used for accessories and larger projects, such as pillows, blankets, and square motifs.
Colorwork – most crochet strawberry projects will need some kind of color change, but generally they are simple and straightforward.
Hand sewing – it’s a great idea if you are comfortable with some basic hand sewing stitching. A lot of these patterns require attaching pieces together. And the best way to do it is by sewing them with a needle.
Pattern reading – if you are a beginner, it is natural to find it hard to read patterns. But it’s a game changer if you put on some time to learn it. The Craft Yarn Council is a great place to start and learn about crochet terms and abbreviations.
Step 3: Gather the supplies
Yarn and crochet hooks are obviously what you will sure need for most of these patterns. But what else will you need to crochet a strawberry?
Here are the most common supplies and materials you will see listed in these patterns:
Yarn – typically, worsted weight (#4) / Aran is what most patterns will call for. But depending on the kind of project, you will need other yarn types as well, such as light weight and bulky.
Crochet hooks– please make sure you check the list in the pattern you chose. Hook sizes will vary, depending on what you’re making. Amigurumi, for example, require small hook sizes.
Now, that you have a few tips you need before getting started, let’s dive into the list of strawberry patterns.
Depending on what you’re making and on your skill level, you will find most these patterns easy. But I hope you have fun crocheting your strawberry themed project, regardless of what you choose to make.
This pattern will make adorable small 3D strawberry fruits that you can use for decorating or for gifts. Use your creativity with colors, yarn thickness and add small features to make them as small or as big as you like.
Recommended yarn: Light (#3) or any other you like.
Next up in the list of crochet strawberry patterns, you have another oversized plush for your home décor. The recommended yarn in the pattern, Bernat Blanket, will be the perfect choice for these decorative pillows.
This adorable dinosaur pattern is a perfect example that you can incorporate anything to your crochet projects to make them unique. If you’re a fan of dinosaurs, or know someone else who is, this will be such an adorable gift.
Are you looking for crochet strawberry patterns that are perfect for home decoration? Then, you will love this granny square. Some ideas for this pattern would be cushion covers, blankets, and table runners.
A great thing about crochet strawberry patterns, among others, is that they are practical and perfect yarn scrap busters. And this cup cozy is no different. Besides, it will be another amazing gift idea.
You can use the crochet strawberry stitch in pretty much most flat projects that need a fabric. This is a YouTube vide tutorial for this cute drawstring bag that can be used as a soap saver pouch or a small gift bag.
Practical, unique, cute, and useful. This pattern has it all, so it will be a project you will have fun with and be able to put in good use afterwards. Not to mention, it’s another great gift option as well.
What about making many of these chocolate strawberries and build a centerpiece for your summer parties? I love the customization possibilities you have with this pattern. Which is a free Ravelry download.
Next in the list of crochet strawberry patterns, we have this fun hat that will make a great costume cosplay for school events or for summer parties. It’s a free written pattern or you can get a PDF download on Ravelry as well.
Recommended yarn: Worsted (#4) / Aran
Recommended hook size: 6.00mm (US J) or other size to meet gauge.
Aren’t those sweet strawberry faces just so cute. This pattern is a perfect example on why I love Amigurumi, you can do so many things with a pattern. You can make it just as is or leave the face features out and go for a more realistic looking fruit.
Coasters are such a versatile type of crochet projects. They are so cute and useful. So, if you’re looking for something unique for summer, either for yourself, for gifts or craft markets, this is the perfect pattern.
This next pattern in the list of crochet strawberry patterns is such a cute idea for a photo prop in a baby photoshoot. Not to mention, it’s so easy to make. Also, if you’re looking for unique ideas for craft markets, this would be one of them.
Looking for a project that will add a pop of summer vibes and whimsy to your kitchen or to any other space in your home? This basket will be perfect for that, and for storage too, of course. Use the recommended cotton yarn to make it sturdy.
Baskets are so versatile, and this is a great way to use the strawberry stitch in a project. And do you know what else is great about this pattern? You can make your basket as big or as small as you want by changing the yarn thickness and hook size.
The crochet strawberry stitch will be an option for the more advanced crocheters who feel comfortable creating their own patterns. Some ideas to make are blankets, cushion covers, bags, and hot pads. This one comes with a video tutorial as well.
Recommended yarn: it depends on the project.
Recommended hook size: check the yarn label for the best hook size.
Yet another cute Amigurumi option in this collection of crochet strawberry patterns. I love how she gives two options, one of them is for making the chocolate dipped strawberry. And there is a video tutorial as well.
Recommended yarn: Worsted (#4) weight / Aran
Recommended hook size: 3.75mm (US F) will be a good size for the above yarn.
I love how this crochet strawberry appliqués have the shape of a heart. These adorable motifs can be used for multiple decoration purposes, such as garlands, for example. Which I have added to this list too (scroll to see it below).
Next in the list of crochet strawberry patterns, we have this beautiful blanket that has a mix of other stitches along with the strawberry stitch. I love the strawberry details in combination with the granny stitch.
This pattern has a lot of room for customization. I love that you can crochet the cute strawberry motifs and sew them on afterwards. But you can use your favorite colors and make other motifs to make it the way you like.
I’ve added Golden Lucy's pattern for the motif above, so I decided to add the pattern for the garland as well. You will love how quick and easy this is to make. It sure is a fun pattern to add some strawberry cheer to your decoration in spring and summer.
If you’re looking for a small and easy pattern to get you started with Tunisian crochet, you will love this one. Not to mention, this will be a great make for gifts and/or spring craft markets as well.
What an adorable garment pattern this is. The pattern has instructions for sizes ranging from 6 months to 8 years old. Your little will rock her warm weather style with this stunning strawberry dress.
Recommended yarn: Super Fine (#1) / Fingering
Recommended hook size: 3.50 mm (US E)
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To sum it all up, if you are a lover of all things whimsy and colorful, this collection of crochet strawberry patterns will be your newest crochet addiction. Hopefully, you’ve found something you love to add to your to do list.
Make sure you save it so you can reference back later, whenever you need a great strawberry crochet project. And remember, even if you’re a beginner crocheter, you can still make most of these patterns.
A lot of them have video tutorials if you are a visual learner. Others have step-by-step instructions that are great as well. Whichever pattern you pick, I hope you enjoy and have fun.