These patterns have been created by designers specifically for the The Little Yellow Duck Project.
***Please click on each photograph to view the patterns***
Although these patterns are free to download for participants of The Little Yellow Duck Project, their copyright restrictions still apply. They may be printed for your personal use or for the use of others creating items for The Little Yellow Duck Project but they may not be reproduced or distributed for any other purposes.
Lisa van Klaveren (of Holland Designs) has created over 300 crochet patterns to date. Her designs have appeared in crochet magazines and in a book of her own designs. Lisa is originally from Wisconsin, USA but now lives in New Zealand. For more information please visit her website.
Heather C Gibbs is the owner of ‘Keep Calm and Crochet On UK’ and has been designing patterns since 2012. She has designed over 70 patterns which include toys, blankets and lots of crochet squares – many of which are free or available to buy from her Ravelry store. You can also read more about her crochet adventures on her blog.
Justyna Kacprzak is a crochet designer from Poland. She particularly enjoys creating crochet patterns for amigurumi toys and animals, shawls and teddies, many of which are available to buy from her online Ravelry Store.
Stephanie is a freelance crochet designer from South Africa. Many of Stephanie’s designs have appeared in Your Family Magazine, runs her own website and holds crochet workshops.
Melissa Trenado, from California, USA who loves to crochet and create new patterns. She has designed well over 100 beautiful crocheted toys under the name ‘Melissa’s Crochet Patterns’ which are available to buy from her Ravelry Store.
Nina Leon, from New York City, USA, has been crocheting for 5 years. She designs many of her own patterns and can often be founded working away on them at 2 am in the morning! Her patterns can all be found on her blog ‘Hookers Don’t Bite’.
Pat Ashforth and Steve Plummer (from the UK) are well known for their large-scale wall-hangings and illusion knitting. Pat’s life was saved 28 years ago when she received a kidney transplant from an unknown donor. For more information please visit the Wooly Thoughts website.