Crochet Bookmark Patterns

7 Adorable Crochet Bookmark Patterns: Easy Bookmarks

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Hey there, fellow bookworm! Are you looking for a fun and creative way to add a personal touch to your reading time? Well, look no further because we’ve got just the thing for you – crochet bookmark patterns! 

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crocheter, these patterns are perfect for adding a touch of handmade charm to your favorite novels.

Plus, they make a great gift for the book lovers in your life! 

And the best part? Each pattern has been personally reviewed by someone on our team, so you can be sure that you’re getting top-notch designs.

So, grab your crochet hook and let’s dive into the wonderful world of crochet bookmarks!

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We have included the hook size and yarn weight below per the instructions. We also love the following supplies:

Corner Bookmark

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Crochet bookmark patterns: Corner Bookmark

  • Crochet Skill level:Advanced beginner-experienced crocheter
  • Crochet hook size: 3.5mm
  • Yarn Weight: DK

Looking for a cool crochet project? How about trying your hand at a bookmark with the C2C (corner-to-corner) stitch technique?

Additionally, when you purchase this pattern, you’ll get full written instructions, a video tutorial, and a handy C2C cheat sheet. 

This bookmark is not only perfect for keeping your place in a book without folding down the page, but it also fits snugly and helps you pick up right where you left off. It’s a win-win for your reading time!

Sarah created this corner bookmark, and she is more of a beginner crocheter. She said it was an easy project with the video tutorial. Perfect for her favorite book or any book lover. 

Animal Bookmark

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Crochet bookmark patterns: Animal bookmark

  • Crochet Skill Level: Advanced beginner-experienced crocheter
  • Crochet hook size: 2.5mm
  • Yarn Weight: Cotton yarn

Hey, book-loving friends! If you’re on the lookout for some adorable bookmarks, we’ve got just the thing for you – four animal bookmarks that are perfect for kids of all ages (yes, that includes you, too!). 

Each pattern is well-crafted and suitable for advanced beginners to experienced crocheters, so you can dive right in no matter your skill level.

Check out the Giraffe, Panda, Koala, and Fox bookmarks – each one as cute as can be! Plus, each PDF is packed with plenty of photos (over 10 per pattern) to guide you through the process. 

And here’s the best part: our team member, Amelia, gave these patterns a glowing review. She raved about how well-written they are and how the photos made creating them a breeze. 

Her grandkids even gave each animal a special name – talk about a hit with the little ones! These would be super cute to gift to a teacher to give as Christmas gifts to her students. 

Crochet Bookmark Pattern

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Crochet bookmark patterns: Crochet Bookmark Pattern

  • Crochet Skill levels: beginner-experienced crocheter
  • Crochet hook size: 3.5mm
  • Yarn Weight: Cotton yarn

Looking for a charming new project? Well, the Suzette Bookmark crochet pattern is just what you need for your next read! It’s elegant yet easy, and the beautiful texture of the suzette stitch gives it a unique touch.

 I’m totally smitten with how this stitch creates a solid fabric with a hint of lacy texture. And here’s a fun option: you can add a small tassel to the final point of your bookmark, if you’re into that sort of thing!

Additionally, if you prefer a video tutorial, there is a free pattern available on the designer’s website, though it does include some ads to watch and doesn’t include a PDF. 

Oh, and here’s the best part: Jessica tried out this pattern during a road trip with her family and found it to be super quick to make.

 She even suggested that these bookmarks would make fantastic gifts or be a hit at a craft show.

Origami Heart Bookmark

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Crochet bookmark patterns: Origami Heart Bookmark

This is such a fun bookmark to make and so easy. It uses basic crochet stitches like single crochet stitch and double crochet. It can easily be done in different colors and is such a quick project.  

It’s such a fun project to use up all your scrap yarn and is the perfect gift for someone. Maybe give them their favorite book along with the bookmark or give as a gift to your book club. 

Susan reviewed this pattern for us and made 3 of this simple pattern in an afternoon and said it was a great way to clean out your yarn stash.

Furthermore, she said the instructions are simple to read and if you get stuck go back to the post on crochet stitches we have and review the video tutorial. 

She said this adorable bookmark is super fun and easy. 

Cat Bookmark

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Crochet bookmark patterns: Cat Bookmark

These little cats are the perfect bookmark. You can easily make this quick crochet project in an afternoon and leave it per the instructions or make them your own by adding some safety eyes and if you want you can leave off the bow on their tail if it’s more a boy cat. 

So many ways to customize these beautiful crochet bookmarks. Kids will absolutely love them. Let’s be real, adults will too. 

The pattern has a video tutorial and uses basic stitches. Any worsted weight is the best yarn to use with this pattern. It’s a great way to practice your crochet skills.  

We all love instant gratification projects and this is definitely one and so much more fun than paper bookmarks. 

I created these as they looked like great stress relievers in the evening.  I had a teacher friend who saw them and asked me to create some for her students.

Furthermore, I thought it was a great idea and gave them as great teacher gifts. Her students wrote the sweetest thank you notes. 

Crochet Flower Bookmark Patterns

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Crochet bookmark patterns: Crochet Flower Bookmark Patterns

We love these crochet flowers. They are such a unique bookmark and a popular choice for using different colors. Such an easy crochet project even with the color changes. 

She includes a great PDF and video tutorial, and this pattern designer has a Facebook group where you can get assistance if you get stuck. 

Amber created these for Mother’s Day gifts for her mom and mother-in-law. Both are avid readers and she needed a last-minute gift.

She did this simple crochet bookmark pattern and added a book they had been eyeing on Amazon. 

She said you will end up using the following stitches: Chain, slip stitch, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, back post double crochet, treble and picot stitches.

Don’t forget, we have a blog post on how to master crochet stitches to help you if you are unsure what one of those stitches is. 

This is such a beautiful bookmark and whether you use it for yourself or give it as a gift, it’s an easy crochet bookmark pattern you will come back to again and again.

When you make several you will have several for any good book you are currently reading. 

Granny Square Bookmark

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Crochet bookmark patterns: Granny Square Bookmark

This bookmark is so sweet looking. These intricate designs are beautiful and look like a lacy crochet bookmark. They are such a fun way to save the spot in your book, and you can easily change colors in your granny squares.  It really is a personal preference. 

The pattern includes a detailed PDF with tons of photos to assist you and if you need help, simply reach out to her on her Etsy store. 

The crocheted bookmark shows wooden beads, but that is 100% optional. I opted to not include them in my bookmark design. I like the simplicity of just the granny squares.

 It is a tiny hook. I use hooks that have a padded handle because my hands start to hurt after a while. 

I highly recommend them. I used leftover yarn for the squares, but she gives you the yarn colors she used in the pattern.

It’s totally up to you to make it your own.  If you are brand new to crochet, I would practice on a larger granny square and then tackle this beautiful design. 

We hope you found some great crochet bookmark patterns to try. So many beautiful options and fun options that any avid reader will love. Let us know in the comments which one you chose. 

Don’t forget to enter our monthly drawing for a free crochet pattern. We give all the details in our weekly email. Such a fun way to win any pattern from Etsy. 

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No doubt you will find some great patterns to work on. Turn on some Christmas music, put a fire on and enjoy making these cute patterns. 

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