#21 Simple Crochet Slippers
Okay, crocheting slippers sounds complicated but it’s really not. The only complicated part of this project is assembling the pieces after you’ve crocheted them. For a beginner, this really is the perfect project and it makes a lovely set of slippers that make an excellent gift. The pattern is really easy to follow and there are picture tutorials throughout to help you as you work it. You can make these in a couple of hours easy and that’s including the time it takes to assemble them after their finished.
#22 Crochet Apple Cozy
If you need a gift for someone who brings fruit to work, this apple cozy is a great idea. It’s a really easy pattern, too. If you know basic stitches, you can make this is no time. You could do it for apples, oranges, or any other round fruits and just choose your yarn color and button based on the type of fruit you want to keep cozy. The pattern is on Etsy for $5 and comes with all the instructions you need to give someone a wonderful fruit cozy.
#23 Easy Crochet Mug Cozy
This easy crochet mug cozy works up really quickly and make the perfect gift for any coffee or tea lover. You use only single crochet stitches, so it’s perfect for beginners. You could easily work this up in an hour or so. It attaches to itself with a button and button hook so there’s no complicated turning or stitching to finish it. You can easily make a set of two in an afternoon
#24 Cute Crochet Owl Cell Phone Cozy
This little cell phone cozy would make a wonderful gift and it’s a relatively simple pattern. It lists as a medium difficulty but if you know your basic crochet stitches you should be able to work it up pretty quickly. Anyone who has a cell phone knows how important it is to protect them and this little guy will certainly do the trick. It’s the perfect crochet gift for teen and pre-teens.
#25 Easy Massage Soap Saver
This crochet massage soap saver has cluster stitches on one side and gives a wonderful massage when you’re using it. Who wouldn’t love receiving one of these as a gift? It’s also a really easy project and you can pair it with a nice bar of soap to make the perfect gift. it shouldn’t take long at all to work it up and there’s a tutorial included to teach you how to do cluster stitches if you’ve never done them before.
#26 Super Easy Crochet Coasters
When you need a gift for someone who seems to have everything, coasters are a wise choice. This is especially true when you crochet those coasters yourself. These little round coasters are super easy and they work up so quickly that you can have a matching set of four done in no time at all. I found this easy pattern on Etsy for $3 and it only takes knowledge of basic crochet stitches.
#27 Flower Scrubby Crochet Dishcloth
This adorable little dishcloth would make a wonderful homemade gift for an upcoming bridal shower. It’s easy and only requires you to know basic crochet stitches. It’s also very colorful so you get to practice working different colors while you crochet it. Best of all, you can use scrap yarn because it doesn’t take that much to finish it and you can easily have this done in under an hour.
#28 Crocheted Knitting Stitch Markers
If you know someone who knits and you need a quick and easy gift for them, you’ll want to take a look at these crochet stitch markers. They’ll help knitters to keep track of their stitches and because they’re crocheted, they help to protect knitting needles from scratches. This is such a simple pattern. I mean honestly, you could probably do a couple of these in an hour.
#29 Crochet Snail Tape Measure
This little snail is so helpful in keeping your tape measure safe – he’s also quite adorable, don’t you think? This is a really simple crochet project. You work it in a single round with no increases or decreases. This one will also help you to practice your gauge as the gauge is important in order for the snail to fit the tape measure. It’s the perfect quick and easy crochet gift for anyone who knits, crochets, or sews.
#30 Easy Beginner Crochet Wrist Warmers
If you want a quick and easy gift idea for someone who loathes cold weather, you just have to make these wrist warmers. This is an easy pattern that only requires basic crochet skills and knowledge. Each one works up pretty quickly and since winter is a few months away, you have plenty of time to make a few pairs of these for last minute gifts. Or make yourself a pair – they’re easy and keep you nice and toasty. You can get the pattern on Etsy.