Waldo’s Puzzle – Free Crochet Pattern


Hello my loves! Shall we crochet a little? It’s so nice to be able to switch from one craft to the next. This requires a lot of skill and practice. Today we bring you Waldo’s Puzzle, a very beautiful square with a very different pattern. It brings an optical illusion effect, as if they were four intertwined circles. These pieces always made me more apprehensive, they seem to be very difficult.

With the step by step you will see that it is not quite like that. It’s a quick and easy model to make. Because they are small blocks, if you want to make a piece that needs several, you can make a square every day. You can make beautiful table runners, centerpieces by joining several squares, you can make a beautiful blanket to decorate the room.

See how many different colors can be used to make a waldo’s puzzle? And the impression we have is that each one is made in a different way, but no, they are all the same. The colors change and make all the difference in the end. Make combinations with yarns you already have at home. You can use what’s left of other projects in what we’re going to learn today.

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Ravelry

Crafts require practice and patience as well. If you don’t like the first thing you did, take it apart, try again, take it apart again. It’s not all the patterns and stitches that we were able to do the first time. That doesn’t mean you don’t know how to curl it, it’s normal and happens to everyone. The important thing is not to give up, keep practicing and evolving. The waldo’s puzzel pattern is available on Ravelry.

You can download the pdf and save it, so you will have access whenever you need it. Whether to give as a gift, to sell or for yourself, we are sure that your work will be very beautiful. Do you already have an idea of ​​what to assemble with Waldo’s Puzzle? Tell us here in the comments. We are very happy to know that you can count on us to learn more and more. Seeing them here motivates us to keep sharing all this. Crochet hook in hands? Let’s crochet!


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