Free Crochet Legwarmer Patterns
Now that the 80s fashions are back in style, legwarmers are a hot item again. Here you'll find free crochet legwarmer or leg warmer patterns, whichever way you'd like to spell it. Not only are they fashionable, but will keep your legs toasty warm this winter.
Patterns are included for babies, ladies and young girls. You'll find one for everyone. If they don't offer your size an easy change of the hook will make them smaller or larger.
Just click on the titles and you'll be taken to the photos and free patterns for the projects.
Baby Picot Leg Warmers - Crochet N' Crafts offers this free pattern with a pretty stitch design. You'll need Bernat Baby Sport Weight yarn or other comparable yarn and a size E hook. The finished size isn't offered, but because they have a lot of stretch they should fit several sizes.
Bernat Satin Legwarmers - Offered by Crochet'n Crafts these are not only warm, but pretty as well. The pattern can be adjusted to fit any size leg. She used Bernat Satin yarn, but you can use any worsted weight that you have.
Button Leg Warmers - These legwarmers are different, because they have buttons sewn up the sides. You can opt to make them without the buttons also. Design Adventures offers the free pattern. The original was designed with Red Heart Super Saver yarn and a size H crochet hook. The finished legwarmers should fit most teens and adults.
Children's - Lion's Brand yarn offers a pattern for kids ranging from a 3 year to a 10 year size. Lion brand Wool is used in the project which is rated Easy.
Design Adventures Legwarmers - These are both stylish and practical. They have buttons on the tops of the legs to make them easier to put on. The pattern works up quickly.
Red Heart Super Saver yarn was used in the project, but you could use any worsted weight. You'll also need a size H hook.
Draft Dodger Legwarmers - Cobbler's Cabin designed this legwarmer pattern to fit over pants. The pattern uses easy single crochet and double crochet stitches to form a pretty design. It is rated Easy, so even beginners should be able to complete the project. You'll need worsted weight yarn a size H hook.
Funky Stripe Leg Warmers - Crochet Magazine offers these legwarmers that will fit most sizes. They are designed with multiple colors of worsted weight yarn. She used both worsted weight and chunky weight yarn. A size F and H crochet is used.
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Lacy Leg Warmers - These legwarmers by Crochetville are crocheted with a nice stitch pattern that looks lacy. The pattern is rated Easy, so even beginners can give it a try. You'll need 4-ply worsted weight yarn and a size I hook. Red Heart Super Saver yarn was used in the project.
Ladies Leg Warmers is offered by the Patterns for Crochet website. You can get instructions in both USA, UK and the Australian version. The design is made with worsted weight yarn.
Lattice Legwarmers - This pattern has an open stitch. The Rheatheylia site offers the free pattern. She suggest crocheting the top band first to see if it will fit your leg. The fit should be tight so it will stay up. You'll need 7 ounces of worsted weight yarn and a size G and I crochet hook.
Leg Warmers - This pattern from the Yarn Lover's Room looks like an easy one to crochet, because it uses simple stitches. You'll need worsted weight yarn and a size I and K crochet hook.
Leg Warmers - The Like Clochework Blog offers this free pattern. She used bulky weight yarn and a size P hook, so they should work up quick. The pattern is rated for beginners too.
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Petal Leg Warmers - These are cute for young girls that wear sizes 2 to 6. The pattern features a trim on the top. Red Heart Designer Sports yarn was used to design the project and it is featured at their site. The pattern is rated Easy.
Shell-Easy Legwarmers - Chatty's Original Patterns blog offers this free pattern. She says it is adjustable so it can fit any leg size and you can use any yarn.
Spats - Spats just fit around the ankle. These are a good idea to wear with shorter boots and hose to keep your ankles warm. This pattern is offered by Hook, Yarn and Needle, The Old Stuff.
Did you know if you use the arms of an old sweater, that they can often work well as legwarmers? It is worth a try.
Have fun crocheting some of these free legwarmer patterns as Christmas gifts.Your family and friends won't go cold this winter.