Free Crochet Curtain Patterns. Update your Home Decor

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Update your home decor with a new set of crocheted curtains. You can brighten up the entire feel of a room just by adding a new set of curtains to the space. The best part about being a crocheter is you get to make your own fabric for your projects! So choose your favorite colors and pick the pattern from these free crochet curtain patterns and get started.

Free Crochet Curtain Patterns. Update your Home Decor

Free Crochet Curtain Patterns and Valance Crochet Patterns

Granny Square Curtain

Granny Square Curtain Pattern

I love this project from Atelier Marie-Lucienne.

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Flower Lattice Curtain Crochet Pattern by Debi Dearest

Flower Lattice Curtain Crochet Pattern

This pretty pattern was designed by Debi Dearest. You will need Sport Weight Yarn and a 5 mm (H) hook for this project.

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Big Bold Chevron Curtain

Big Bold Chevron Curtain

To make this pretty Chevron Curtain designed by Tamara Kelly, you will need medium weight yarn [4] and a 6.5 mm (K) hook.

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Lily Valance Pattern

Vintage Valance Pattern

This vintage valance pattern is from Lily / Sugar'n Cream and available in the internet archive. You will need DK weight (or sport weight) yarn and a 4 mm (G) hook. The valance measures 7 inches deep at the widest point.

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Broomstick Lace Beaded Valance

Try this broomstick lace beaded valance. A tutorial for broomstick lace is included in the post.

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Farmhouse Cotton Country Curtains

This pretty crocheted curtain pattern is available from Herrschners.

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Daisy Valance Pattern

This pretty daisy valance requires size 10 crochet cotton and 1.75 mm steel crochet hook.

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Cafe Curtains

These Cafe Curtains were crocheted with thread [0] or lace weight yarn and a steel crochet hook number 2.

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Flower Valence Pattern

This pretty flower valence is available from Once Upon a Pink Moon. You will need medium weight [4] cotton yarn and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook.

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Cottage Curtains

These lovely cottage curtains were crocheted with thread [0] or lace weight yarn and a steel crochet hook (no.7).

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Window Valance

This archived pattern includes written instructions for a pretty window valance, tiebacks and edging pattern you can make with a 3.75 mm (F) crochet hook and sport weight / light weight yarn [3].

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Victorian Valance Pattern

This archived pattern was originally published in 1999 and is worked width-wise. The yarn used was DK weight yarn.

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Crocheted Curtains Pattern

Make these curtains with medium weight yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) hook. These curtains are worked lengthwise so you will need to know how long you want to make your curtains before you begin.

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Dappled Lace Café Curtain Pattern

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Super Easy Crochet Curtain

Check out the video at the end of this post to see how to make this Super Easy Crochet Curtain.

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Cafe Curtain

I love the look of these Cafe Curtains from Premier Yarns. You will need sport weight yarn [3] and there is a video tutorial available to help you with the instructions.

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Crochet Flower (no sew) Curtains

Super Easy Crochet Curtain

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4 Comments

  1. Hi Maya, The link is there. It is an archived link which means it opens up the post on Archive for you. It might take a moment to load but this is the active link: http://web.archive.org/web/20010713160544/http://members.aol.com/Sbaycgoa/patvict.htm
    I just visited it and it is working and the pattern is still available there for the Victorian Valance but there is no photo. I don’t think there ever was a photo for it as it was a pattern that was read out loud at The Knitting Room many years ago.

  2. Well I’m interested in the Victorian Valance pattern, but the link doesn’t show a picture of it, so I don’t know if it’s one I’ll like. bummer

  3. Hi Lori, If you click on the ‘read more’ button beneath the title of the pattern it takes you directly to the pattern on Debi’s site. Thanks! Rhondda

  4. The flower lattice curtain pattern is missing its link. Can you please provide it? Thank you!