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Published on May 11th, 2014 | by Rosie

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Top 6 Dr. Seuss Patterns

Dr. Seuss will forever be a favourite author and illustrator of children’s books, worldwide. And don’t feel bad about making these projects – picked by Rosie Darbyshire – for yourself. After all, his radical tales with whimsical rhyme make the stories appealing to ‘children’ of all ages!

Star-bellied sneechFirst up, this Star-bellied Sneech crochet pattern – from Allison Hoffman – is completely free.

Cascade 220 in ‘Goldenrod’ would look great for this crafty crochet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lorax_032_medium2Here’s another great crochet pattern from Erin Scull. This time it’s Dr. Seuss’ tree-interpreter Lorax, and he’s free to download.

This handsome fellow measures around 11″ by 5″ (not including arms) when complete.

We think using Debbie Bliss’ Blue Faced Leicester Aran yarn – in ‘Mustard’ – would really suit him.

 

Thing1Thing2_1We love the free pattern for these Thing One and Thing Two bobble hats!

Designed by Sarah of Repeat Crafter Me, the Turquoise and Red tones of the Red Heart Shimmer yarns would work perfectly with this design.

We only hope the people who wear them aren’t as destructive as the characters in the book!

The-Cat-In-The-Hat-Crochet-Pattern-12And last but by no means least, a fab, fun and free pattern for a crocheted Cat in the Hat hat and bowtie.

Designed by Dedri Uys, of Look What I Made.net, it is big and bold – a hat the cat would be proud of.

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loves changing her hair colour, buttons and the rain. As a relatively new knitter with an Interior Design background, she loves to make cushion covers using chunky yarn. Especially colourful ones.


Last updated: May 15th, 2014.

6 Responses to Top 6 Dr. Seuss Patterns

  1. maria giles says:

    Love your patterns xx

  2. Catherine A. McClarey says:

    The “Thing 1 & Thing 2” hats (along with a copy of “The Cat in the Hat”) would make superb baby presents for twins! 😉

  3. Liz Manners says:

    I was thinking the same thing Catherine.

  4. Sunita Advani says:

    Could some one please help with Lace blocking with wires ? How is this done?
    Thanks
    Sunita

  5. Dedri says:

    Hi 🙂 Thank you for the link. I love this collection and will def be sharing it 🙂

    Dedri

  6. Karen Templin says:

    I’m having trouble locating the pattern for the Grinch with the red coat. Thanks.

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