Popular CAL Patterns That Are Still Available for Free!

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These Popular CAL Patterns are still available for free online.

That means you can go and get the entire pattern all at once, instead of waiting for each installment to be released and then make the project as you have time.

You also get the benefit of making something that many other people have already made and therefore tested for accuracy so you know the pattern is perfect.

The Designer still provides support for many of these patterns too – so if you have questions and you can’t find the answers already in the post or comments for the pattern, just send off an email to the Designer and ask 🙂

I hope you enjoy these Popular CAL Patterns and remember to PIN the post for later (or to share with your friends) if you don’t have time to go through them all today!

Popular CAL Patterns That Are Still Available for Free

10 Popular CAL Patterns that are still available for Free

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Lost in Time Pattern

Lost in Time Pattern by Johanna Lindahl

This stunning shawl pattern is available in more than 14 different languages. You will need Fingering Weight Yarn and a 4 mm (G) hook. The size of the project is customizable too, so have fun!

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Sophies Universe Pattern

Sophie's Universe CAL by Dedri Uys

This beautiful project is designed for adventurous beginners and Dedri includes the best tutorials to support you for each step of the project. The design is written for 3 different size blankets - so you decide which size you want to make and then pick the weight of yarn you need for your blanket size.

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Mandala Madness Pattern

Mandala Madness by Helen Shrimpton

Stunning right? This CAL makes a circular blanket in the round. You need Aran weight yarn for this project.

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Study of Texture Afghan Pattern

Study of Texture Afghan CAL by Michael Sellick

When you visit the link at Yarnspirations, scroll to the end of the post first, that is where you will find Week 1 for this gorgeous afghan pattern! Each part includes a video Tutorial from Mikey at The Crochet Crowd. The finished blanket is 52 inches by 52 inches and you need a 5.5 mm (I) hook and Medium Weight Yarn [4].

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Erigeneia by Silke Terhorst

This gorgeous shawl is crocheted in Fingering Weight Yarn with a 4.5 mm hook. The finished project measures 170 cm by 69 cm when unblocked.

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Woodland Blanket CAL by Lucy of Attic24

Lucy has a number of lovely blanket CAL patterns still available for free on her blog. This pretty project is crocheted with DK weight yarn and available in sizes twin to king!

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Spice of Life Blanket CAL Pattern

Spice of Life Blanket by Sandra Paul

The Spice of Life Blanket CAL is crocheted with DK weight yarn and a 4 mm (G) hook. The finished blanket measures 42 inches by 54 inches in size. You can download the entire CAL pattern as 1 PDF file now.

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Fridas Flowers Blanket Pattern

Frida's Flowers Blanket by Jane Crowfoot

This blanket is absolutely gorgeous and it is still available as a free pattern download. You need DK Weight Yarn and the Pattern is provided in US Terms. The instructions are currently available on the Stylecraft Website.

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Spirits of Life CAL

Spirits of Life Wrap CAL by Tatsiana Kupryianchyk

This beautiful wrap design is crocheted with Scheepjes Fingering Yarn and 3.25 mm (D) and 3.5 mm (E) hooks. Both US and UK instructions are included.

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In Bloom CAL Patterns

In Bloom CAL by Johanna Lindahl

The In Bloom Cushion Covers measure 45 cm by 45 cm and are crocheted in Sport Weight Yarn with 3 mm and 3.5 mm (E) hooks. Aren't the beautiful?

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Study of Texture Afghan CAL by Michael Sellick


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  1. Hi Rhondda:
    I was wondering if you could direct me to the Frida’s Flowers pattern? I’ve searched for it but get an “error page” when I click on the link(s) provided.
    If you have any ideas, I’d appreciate it. The CAL is under the 2016 CAL’s. Thank you!
    Charlotte Kidwell