Is Father’s Day or Christmas looming and you just aren’t sure what to make for your dad? Don’t worry, you’re in the right place if you are looking for great crochet gifts for dad!
Below you’ll find crochet gift ideas for dad and as a bonus, each one is a free crochet pattern! Grab your crochet hook and let’s get started crocheting.
Before getting started, make sure to save this awesome list on Pinterest so you know where to find it the next time you need crochet ideas for your dad.
The patterns are organized by the approximate length of time they’ll take to complete. So if you are looking for a last-minute Father’s Day gift or Christmas gift idea, you may want to scroll to the bottom and work your way backward.
This easy HDC blanket is one of the simplest blankets you can make, but it looks so nice in almost any living space. Stick with the colors suggested or pick 3 other colors your dad would like and get started. The easy crochet pattern can be found right here on Stitching Together.
The Caprock Canyon Blanket is another Stitching Together pattern that’s perfect for dad. Instead of interesting color combos, it has fun texture combos. Don’t worry, it is still an easy blanket to make and one your dad will love.
This stylish crochet hoodie was designed by Drew Emborsky of the Crochet Dude. It features a large front pocket and relaxed hood. The instructions include sizes from S to XXL.
Just look at the rich texture and color of the Brentwood Men’s Pullover! This gorgeous crochet sweater was designed by Jennifer Poink from A Crocheted Simplicity and has instructions for sizes from XS-3XL.
I’m amazed that both of these sweaters are free crochet patterns as I cannot imagine the amount of work the designer put into creating them! Your dad is sure to love either one!
The Diamond Trellis Stitch used in this crochet scarf by Nadia Fuad at YARNutopia is perfect for adding texture and visual interest while still making a very masculine scarf. The oversized scarf is perfect for the man in your life who is trendy and needs to stay warm!
This handsome scarf by Rhondda Mol of Oombawka Design Crochet should just be added to your go-to crochet patterns. It is such a versatile scarf that can really be made for anyone, but the sample colors are perfect for dad.
While this scarf may look knit at first glance, I promise it’s crochet and can be found right here on Stitching Together. Despite the knit-looking stitches, this scarf is EASY and QUICK as it uses basic stitches and bulky yarn. Best of all, it’s comfortable!
Do you have a dad who is a Dr. Who fan or just likes being colorful? This Dr. Who-inspired scarf is perfect for such a man. The combo of moss stitches and soft yarn makes for a scarf that looks great even if done in one color. It’s a free pattern found here on Stitching Together.
The Hyland Crochet Hat Pattern, by Rebecca Langford of Yarn + Chai, is a great basic hat with the perfect amount of slouch. The colors and yarn she used for her sample are dad-friendly and remove the need to worry about picking out the perfect colors. It’s worked top-down and there are instructions for toddlers all the way to adult large sizes.
The story behind this hat design is just as beautiful as the hat itself and you’ll want to spend some time reading about it on Wilmade. Has your dad gone through some significant life changes? This hat could be the perfect gift to commemorate that even if you don’t include the additional embellishments.
Everyone needs a quick and easy hat pattern in their arsenal, right? This simple hat by Cheryl at Crochet365knittoo is just the pattern! Plus you can pair it with the Entirely Easy Men’s Crochet Scarf linked which will make a wonderful handmade gift set for your dad.
This double thick ear warmer found right here on Stitching Together, is a great winter accessory to give to a guy. The stitches and yarn strike just the right balance to give this no-fuss knitted look. The pattern itself is simple, but it doesn’t work up too quickly since it’s nice and thick.
This is another great crochet pattern by Rhondda Mol of Oombawka Design Crochet. Cozy mittens are a great gift for dad and this pair is great for people with medium to large hands. You could easily make him a couple of pairs so he can keep them in his car and coat.
Need fingers-free but warm hands? These fingerless gloves by Drew Emborsky of the Crochet Dude are just the thing! They are quick to make and only use basic stitches, but look so good.
Isn’t this just such a clever idea from Tamara at Moogly.com? I love that you can use the chalkboard for keeping track of a game score or for keeping track of your own drink. Make a set for dad that he can use at his next barbeque.
These crochet slippers put a smile on my face every time I see them. This is a great crochet pattern for a guy from Sarah at Repeat Crafter Me and I think it would make a fabulous crochet gift for your dad.
There ya go! Which crochet gifts for dad will you make?