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Super Hero Crochet Patterns * 10 FREE and a few cute paid ones

Yes I even added Doctor Who because he has saved so many!!! 

I was pleasantly surprised to soo so many liked the Iron Man Square pattern this week I asked my fellow designer friends if they had any fun free crochet patterns and YES they do so here is a collection for you! Comment below and tell me the super hero you want to add to your projects.

Anyone remember my Batman square?

For the Star Wars Lovers Debie Dearest Has 2 amazing patterns!
I know this pattern is on my must make lists for Christmas, My 7 year loves Bobba Fett!


What child wouldn't love this pencil case... I think it would make a great hook case too!! An look how she changed her logo to match the theme super cute!

If your little Super hero needs a Crochet Cape or Mask Calleigh's Clips and Crochet has you covered with these free patterns in one!Doesn't she have the most adorable models?
Last year when my now almost 5 year old turned 4 he wanted a super hero party and he asked me to crochet everyone capes.... Now I am a fast crocheter but now way was I going to knock out 30 plus capes and get other things done so I came up with this niffy fabric/ crochet combo and gave the children puffy paints and fabric markers to decorate their own capes and a year later they are all still played with!
Super Masks
Corina From STITCH 11 and her beautiful daughter look like they are having a blast with these Ninja Masks!
Another great pattern from Calleigh's Clips and Crochet  are the cutest little Clark Kent photo prop glasses ever!

I don't think I can get over just how cute these little guys look dressed up! Sara can make almost anything for a dog on here site Posh Pooch Designs
If SPIDERMAN is your thing check out this AMAZING afghan! I have seen this one many times before and when people make it it always gets shared!!!

I also have a Spiderman hat but forgive this pictures because i designed it a few years ago when I was just starting out! Spiderman hat pattern


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