Red Heart has a slew of wonderful free knit and crochet patterns on their website. I have been fortunate enough to have quite a few of my designs featured there. Most recently there have been a collection of Chic Sheep by Marly Bird™ yarn patterns. This post will show you all of my FREE knit and crochet patterns on the Red Heart website.
FREE Crochet Patterns:
Here you will find a collection of the FREE crochet patterns designed by Marly Bird on the Red Heart website. Each link will take you to a new pattern. If the pattern has a corresponding video tutorial, it is listed by the pattern.
Marly’s Perfect Dramatic Cowl Poncho – This pattern was part of a CAL with Marly Bird and Red Heart. There were four versions of this poncho, all with different necklines.
Marly’s Perfect Crew Neck Poncho – This pattern was part of a CAL with Marly Bird and Red Heart. There were four versions of this poncho, all with different necklines.
Marly’s Turtle Neck Perfect Poncho – This pattern was part of a CAL with Marly Bird and Red Heart. There were four versions of this poncho, all with different necklines.
Xanadu Pullover – For this sweater I took my inspiration from the 1980’s to create a retro pullover. Designed using the Griddle stitch, my favorite, helps this sweater to work up quickly. (This pattern comes with a video tutorial)
Cherry Blossom Shawl – This lightweight yarn may have been designed for sock knitters, but it is even more perfect for lacy shawl crocheters! Each end panel is Crocodile Stitch giving it a just-right finish.
Delicate Romance Shawl – This is the crochet shawl you’ll depend on for special occasions, last minute invites or any date night. Worked with It’s A Wrap you only need 1 ball to complete this project.
Crochet Rose Appliqué – Add a bit of handmade floral beauty to a fashion accessory, home décor item, package decoration and more.
Shivering Chic Shawl – Begin at the top center and crochet your way out to the points of a shawl that will turn heads. This is the cozy accessory you’ll grab when you want to be ready for anything! (This pattern comes with a video tutorial)
Ice Cream Cone Scrubby – Cleaning up after an ice cream party is easy with the help of this cleverly designed crochet scrubby! You’ll love how quickly it dries between uses and that it can be machine washed to keep it fresh and clean. (This pattern comes with a video tutorial)
Lacy Blues Pineapple Shawl –Whether you wear it around your neck or draped over your shoulders, you’ll love how nice you feel wearing this beautiful crocheted shawl. (This pattern comes with a video tutorial)
Crochet Retro Throw –Never before has a ripple crochet throw added this much pizzazz to your room and your outlook!
Medley Merino Chic Scarf –Get your hands on this happy combination of soft merino wool and crochet this colorful scarf.
Maryana Striped Scarf – This triangle-shaped scarf is the perfect size to keep the chill off your neck. Or, wear it untied over your shoulders.
Plaid Christmas Blanket – This plaid throw is easier than it looks! First you crochet a meshy base of horizontal stripes. Then you make chains that are woven over and under the mesh to form vertical stripes. (This pattern comes with a video tutorial)
Transformation Sweater – This sweater has been designed so that you can wear it in a number of ways. It can be worn with the cowl at the top, or turned upside-down so that the cowl becomes the body of a short cropped sweater. You can also enjoy it as a cowl or as a hood.
Heart Throb Blanket – Perfect for expressing your love, crochet this graphic “LOVE” throw for baby, child or as an adult lap throw. (Need some extra help with C2C Crochet? Check out my Corner to Corner Crochet videos on the Marly Bird YouTube channel.)
Cherry Pie Scrubby – Next time you are invited to dinner or a dessert party, bring along a cherry pie scrubby for your host. The unique crocheted texture is perfect for quickly cleaning dishes, pots and even the kitchen sink.
Cupcake Scrubby – The polyester fiber dries easily and can be washed by machine to keep it fresh. Unlike cotton yarn you won’t get the sour smell cleaning up with this scrubby.
Toddler’s Perfect Poncho – Children who want to look as fashionable as their parents will love wearing this sweet poncho.
Entrelac Crochet Cowl – If you thought that Entrelac was a knit-only technique and you prefer to crochet, then you are in for a treat. Learn the stitch and don’t worry about the color change by using a great color changing yarn. (This pattern comes with a video tutorial)
Victory Chic Scarf – As part of the collection of Chic Sheep by Marly Bird™ patterns the Victory scarf is great in neutrals, but can be fun in bright colors too. We love the way the striped colors blend into the fringe.
Pulled Taffy Blanket – This unique braided stripes blanket design is brightly colored to keep baby happy, while being sophisticated enough to add the perfect pop of color to an adult relaxing space.
Baby’s First Poncho – Embellished with sweet flowers, this shoulder-warming poncho is the perfect accessory for a stylish baby.
Abstractly Chic Shawl Crochet-Along – This fun shawl is as free-spirited as you desire! Worked as our 2018 Fall CAL this pattern can be made in many different color combinations. Start the CAL at any time, the information is always on the blog. Be sure to check out the video tutorial that go along with each step of the project.
Corner-to-Corner Snowflake Blanket – Create this beauty and use it for the holidays and every cool day throughout the year. It is crocheted in a diagonal direction starting a one corner and ending at the opposite corner. Be sure to check out the blog post about this pattern to get the video tutorial that goes along with it.
A La Mode Chic Scarf – This reversible stitch pattern means you can tie this scarf on and show off either side. Crocheters will enjoy being able to create a scarf that is a wonderful blend of colorwork and modern style. Pick from 24 Chic Sheep by Marly Bird™ colors to get the perfect scarf for you.
Lafayette Chic Shawl – Beginner, intermediate and advanced crocheters will find something to love with this beautiful pattern. Worked up in my Chic Sheep by Marly Bird™ yarn your hands will have a great time working up this pattern. Be sure to check out the blog post to get all of the details about this shawl and the video tutorial that goes with the pattern.T
FREE Crochet Planned Pooling Patterns:
Here you will find a collection of the FREE crochet planned pooling patterns designed by Marly Bird on the Red Heart website. These patterns were designed using the Super Saver Planned Pooling yarn from Red Heart.
This collection of patterns is a great introduction into planned pooling crochet. If you haven’t tried planned pooling crochet before be sure to check out my video tutorials on YouTube for help in getting started.
Planned Pooling Argyle Table Runner – Argyle décor sets the tone for colorful entertaining! With Love yarn in Fruit Punch is sure to give your table some plaid pizzazz.
Planned Pooling Argyle Poncho – The plaid argyle trim on this poncho is crocheted with Super Saver Zebra. By manipulating the stitches you can get this great argyle look. I can show you how it is done with my video tutorial for this pattern.
Happy Planned Pooling Blanket – Crochet a blanket in a happy plaid by doing planned pooling. Choose any of the Super Saver Pooling colors to make it easier to create this amazing look.
Planned Pooling Hat and Cowl Set – Crochet a flirty plaid hat and cowl by doing planned pooling. Choose any of the Super Saver Pooling shades that are engineered with even lengths of the color repeats and make it easier to create this amazing look.
Perfect Planned Pooling Scarf – This shade of Super Saver has been engineered to make it easier to achieve the pooled plaid effect. Start with a scarf and work your way around the planned pooling crochet technique.
Fabulous Planned Pooling Wrap – Enjoy a morning walk or cozy up on the sofa with this over-sized plaid wrap. The triple knot fringe is the ideal finishing touch!
Planned Pooling Argyle Cowl – A graphic plaid is a simply stunning way to complete your look. This clever cowl is crocheted flat, and then is sewn together like a small poncho.
Planned Pooling Argyle Hat – Start you pooling adventure with a small project like this fresh argyle hat. Then go on to create larger garments and throws.
Planned Pooling Argyle Throw or Blanket – Create a new argyle throw to give your room that pop of color and pattern that you crave.
Planned Pooling Holiday Scarf –Get ready for the Christmas season with a plaid scarf that uses the planned pooling crochet technique. It’s the perfect accessory for all ages and will express the spirit of the season in a clever, quick way!
FREE Knitting Patterns:
Here you will find a collection of the FREE knitting patterns designed by Marly Bird on the Red Heart website. Each link will take you to a new pattern. If the pattern has a corresponding video tutorial, it is listed by the pattern.
Bird Seed Cowl – An easy stitch pattern is perfect for showcasing the colorations of this lush yarn. Knit it flat and then sew the ends together to finish your cowl. (This pattern comes with a video tutorial)
Entrelac Knit Cowl – If you haven’t tried Entrelac knitting before, this is the perfect first project. The woven look of the Entrelac shows off the shadings in this yarn, and looks impressive in the finished cowl. (This pattern comes with a video tutorial)
Super Slouchy Chic Hat – This colorful, gender-neutral knit hat gives you the perfect chance to use your color artistry.
Henley-etta Chic Sweater – It’s so satisfying to relax in a sweater that you knit with your own hands! The cool color blocking and stripes of color on the sleeve are what make this sweater unique.
My First Socks – You will find both women’s and men’s sizes included in this pattern so they are ideal for gifts. Watch the “My First Knit Socks on Double Pointed Needles” video series along with this pattern for thorough step-by-step instructions*
Knit Golf Headcovers – Knit these golf club headcovers to protect your clubs and spice up their look!
Fabulous Fair Isle Cowls –Fair Isle color work means you will be using just two colors in any one row. If you haven’t tried it, this cowl is a wonderful first time project.
Lazy Day Chic Sweater – Whether spending your off-time holed up reading a book or out-and-about doing fun things (or errands), this roomy hooded sweater is a comfy choice.
Brioche Chic Cowl – Try Brioche knitting as you knit this sporty cowl. It’s the perfect stitch for a reversible project that can be made quickly to give.
School Days Raglan Pullover –This comfy, fashion-right sweater is knit with yarn that is smooth and doesn’t feel scratchy to a young person. Plus Baby Hugs has been tested and certified free of harmful levels of over 300 substances.