25 Free Crochet Bookmark Patterns

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Crochet bookmarks are a great handmade gift idea for any occasion! Not only do they look special, but they add a heartfelt touch of love to whatever book or item they are placed in. With a little bit of yarn and a crochet hook, you can create a unique and memorable gift that your friends and family will treasure for years to come. Whether you’re looking for a simple pattern or a more complex design, you’ll find plenty of free crochet patterns available online to get you started! Not only are they fun and easy to make, but they are also a great way to show someone you care.

Looking for a handmade gift idea! Try one of these Free Crochet Patterns for Bookmarks! Most of these will fit inside cards for easy mailing! These will make great gifts! 20 Free Crochet Bookmark Patterns #crochet #freepatterns #crochetbookmarks

These pretty bookmarks can be crocheted quickly and this makes them perfect for last minute gifts! Maybe you can make one for Mother’s Day? or Father’s Day? I know my Nana loved the cross-stitched bookmark I made her one year and used it every day in her books – for more than 10 years!

You can even pair your crocheted bookmark with a new paperback or hardcover book to add a personal touch to your gift.

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20 Free Crochet Bookmark Patterns

Designed by Daisy Cottage Designs, this project was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook.

Dainty Daisy Bookmark 

Designed by Daisy Cottage Designs, this project was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook.

Designed by Amy Ramnarine, this project was crocheted with Sport Weight Yarn [2] and a 4.25 mm (7) crochet hook.

Summer Flower Bookmark 

Designed by Amy Ramnarine, this project was crocheted with Sport Weight Yarn [2] and a 4.25 mm (7) crochet hook.

Designed by Ashlea Konecny, this adorable giraffe bookmark was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.

Baby Giraffe Bookmark

Designed by Ashlea Konecny, this adorable giraffe bookmark was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.

Designed by Veronika Cromwell, this project was crocheted with Fingering Weight Yarn [1] and a 3 mm crochet hook.

Lotte Lace Bookmark

Designed by Veronika Cromwell, this project was crocheted with Fingering Weight Yarn [1] and a 3 mm crochet hook.

Designed by Ferosa Harold, this beautiful bookmark features the bullion stitch and was crocheted with Size 10 Crochet Cotton and a crochet tatting hook. This site requires free sign-up but has lots of free patterns available.

Remember the Day Bookmark

Designed by Ferosa Harold, this beautiful bookmark features the bullion stitch and was crocheted with Size 10 Crochet Cotton and a crochet tatting hook. This site requires free sign-up but has lots of free patterns available.

Designed by Kim Guzman, this project was crocheted with Size 10 Cotton Thread and a size 7 steel crochet hook.

Angel Bookmark 

Designed by Kim Guzman, this project was crocheted with Size 10 Cotton Thread and a size 7 steel crochet hook.

Designed by Marianna Mel, this project was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.

Cute Crochet Flower Bookmark

Designed by Marianna Mel, this project was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.

Designed by Kara Gunza, this project was crocheted with Size 10 Crochet Thread and a 2 mm steel crochet hook.

Pretty Lace Bookmark

Designed by Kara Gunza, this project was crocheted with Size 10 Crochet Thread and a 2 mm steel crochet hook.

Designed by Jennifer Dickerson, this project was crocheted with Sport, DK or Sock Weight yarn and a 3.75 mm (F) crochet hook.

Botanical Bookmark

Designed by Jennifer Dickerson, this project was crocheted with Sport, DK or Sock Weight yarn and a 3.75 mm (F) crochet hook.

Designed by Rachel Hoe, this project was crocheted with 8 ply Acrylic Yarn and a 2.5 mm and a 3 mm crochet hook.

Lil’ Bunny Bookmark

Designed by Rachel Hoe, this project was crocheted with 8 ply Acrylic Yarn and a 2.5 mm and a 3 mm crochet hook.

Designed by Jennifer Renaud, this project was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) and 5 mm (H) crochet hook.

Happy Monster Bookmark

Designed by Jennifer Renaud, this project was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) and 5 mm (H) crochet hook.

Designed by A la Sascha, this project was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.

Flower Bookmark

Designed by A la Sascha, this project was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.

Designed by Maz Kwok, this project was crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook.

4 Leaf Clover Bookmark

Designed by Maz Kwok, this project was crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook.

Designed by Meladoras Creations, this project was crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook.

Sunflower Bookmark

Designed by Meladoras Creations, this project was crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook.

Designed by Annemaries Haakblog, this simple project was crocheted with Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.

Apple Bookmark

Designed by Annemaries Haakblog, this simple project was crocheted with Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.

Designed by DROPS Design, this adorable project was crocheted with Sport Weight Yarn [2] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. There are also patterns for an Easter Chick and a Bunny bookmark.

Teddy Bookmark

Designed by DROPS Design, this adorable project was crocheted with Sport Weight Yarn [2] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. There are also patterns for an Easter Chick and a Bunny bookmark.

Designed by Carlotta L. C. Craig at Red Heart, this heartwarming bookmark was crocheted with with Classic Crochet Thread Size 10 and a 1.4 mm (US 8) steel crochet hook.

Mom Bookmark

Designed by Carlotta L. C. Craig at Red Heart, this heartwarming bookmark was crocheted with with Classic Crochet Thread Size 10 and a 1.4 mm (US 8) steel crochet hook.

Corner Bookmark

This beginner friendly crochet corner bookmark was designed by Little House in the Suburbs. The project was crocheted with No 10 Cotton Thread and a 10 Steel Crochet Hook.


Mini Trivet Cookbook Bookmark

This bookmark is perfect for your cookbook! It was designed by LinMarie Creations. The project was crocheted with No 10 Cotton Crochet Thread and a Steel No. 7 Crochet Hook.


Classic Granny Bookmark

This old fashioned granny square bookmark was designed by Robin Brzozowski. The project was crocheted with Size 10 Cotton Thread and a 1.75 mm (size 4) Steel Crochet Hook.


Little Owl Bookmark

This smart owl bookmark was designed by Jelly Designs. The project was crocheted with DK Weight Yarn [3] and a 3 mm crochet hook.


Pineapple Bookmark

This vintage pineapple bookmark was designed by Sandra Schwab. The project was crocheted with No. 10 Classic Crochet Cotton Thread and a 1.25 mm (Size 9) steel crochet hook.


Dolce & Gabbana Lace Bookmark

This beautiful lace stitch pattern will make the perfect bookmark and it was designed by Lee Ann H.


Egyptian Lotus Bookmark

This lovely lotus flower bookmark was designed by Emmi Hai. It was crocheted with Sport Weight Yarn [2] and a 2.5 mm crochet hook. The pattern is available on Instagram.


Crochet Fan Bookmark

This lacy fan bookmark was designed by Crochetroo. It was crocheted with Cotton Thread (Coats 40, or you can use DMC Cotton Perle 8) and a 1.25 mm crochet hook.

More Free Crochet Bookmark Patterns

  1. Cora Bookmark. Designed by Deni Sharpe. Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.
  2. Simple Daisy Bookmark. Designed by Dayna Perry. Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.
  3. Bookworm Bookmark. Designed by Barbara Svachak. Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook.
  4. Higher Love Bookmark. Designed by Julia Hart. Classic Crochet Cotton Size 10 and a 1.75 mm crochet hook.
  5. Book Rat. Designed by Jonas Matthies. Sport Weight Yarn [2] and a 2.5 mm crochet hook.
  6. Very Shelley Bookmark. Designed by Labours of Love Crochet. Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.25 mm (D) crochet hook.
  7. Deta’s Bookmark. Designed by Torun Johansson. Scheepjes Maxi Sweet Treat (thread) and a 1.5 mm crochet hook.
  8. Suzette Stitch Bookmark. Designed by Sweet Bee Crochet. Fingering Weight Yarn [1] and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook.
  9. Harry Potter Inspired Bookmark. Designed by Megan Meyer. Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook.
  10. Beauty for Ashes Bookmark. Designed by Deborah Ziegler. Medium Weight / Sport Weight Yarn and a 3.50 mm (E) crochet hook.
  11. Charming Snowman Bookmark. Designed by Joanita Theron. DK Weight Yarn [3] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.
  12. Moss Stitch Bookmark. Designed by Jo Edwards. Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.75 mm (F) crochet hook.
  13. Baby Bean Bookmark. Designed by Rhondda Mol. Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 4.5 mm crochet hook.
  14. Teddy Bear Bookmark. Designed by Paulina Lata. Sport Weight Yarn [2] and a 2.5 mm crochet hook.

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Crochet bookmarks are an easy and thoughtful gift idea that any book lover will appreciate. With these simple patterns and tips, you’ll be able to create beautiful bookmarks in no time at all. So the next time you find yourself in need of a last-minute gift, grab your yarn and hook, and get stitching!

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  1. Thank you for the cute bookmark patterns. I make small gifts for the ladies in my church for Mother’s Day, and these would be great!

  2. I made the 4-Leaf Clover Bookmark as a handmade item for a yarn swap, and really went to town adding lots of beads to the chain-stitch “tail” (knotting the “tail” between beads). The pattern designer asked to add the image from my Ravelry project page for that item to her pattern page; I was glad she liked it so much!