12 Crochet Curtain Patterns

Need to update your living room? Wanting some privacy in the bedroom? Looking for a way to class things up in the kitchen? You will be completely surprised how much a room can change by the addition or upgrade of curtains. Below are crochet curtain patterns that you can brag about!

CROCHET CURTAIN PATTERNS

Designing and creating your new curtain is a ton of fun and will really allow you to customize and personalize them to your home’s color scheme and your own personal desires.

Go for something vintage to get that romantic feeling or something heavy-duty that is functional. Whatever your taste, there is a curtain design out here for you!


1. Chevron Free Crochet Curtain Pattern by Moogly

A little bit of stash from your leftover projects is all you need to whip up this lacy chevron curtain – add a tension rod and done! It’s nice and open so that the light comes in, but the bold lines obscure the view of any looky-loos.

The design uses a big chevron crochet pattern that could be worked in the alternating neutral color scheme shown here or in any color scheme from plain white to vibrant rainbow hues.

Chevron Free Crochet Curtain Pattern by Moogly

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2. Crochet Lace Curtain Pattern by Tulipolga Shop

A crochet curtain is a true embellishment, coziness and unique spirit of your home, and something the lady can be proud of, of course! Following this pattern you will be able to make a curtain of the desired size.

The curtain fabric consists of individual lace motifs, joined together in the process of crocheting, and diamond strips. The curtain on the photo is made with lace cotton yarn but you can work with any 100% cotton, linen or any other yarn up to your taste.

Crochet Lace Curtain Pattern by Tulipolga Shop

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3. Crochet Flower Power Valance Pattern by Once Upon A Pink Moon

These crochet valances are retro and perfect for anyone who wants to add a little fun to their home. The flowers are designed with simple stitches so these curtains should work up fast.

Crochet Flower Power Valance Pattern by Once Upon A Pink Moon

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4. Crochet Lacy Hearts Curtain Pattern by My Little Cute Amis

This is a cute free crochet curtain pattern based around the design of hearts. The lacy hearts serve as curtains that cover the uppermost portion of the window, about half the length of a traditional valence.

Additional length is added with beautiful curlicue tassels that hang down from the hearts.

Crochet Lacy Hearts Curtain Pattern by My Little Cute Amis

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5. Crochet Statement Curtain Pattern by Infiniti Crafting Co

Spring has officially sprung and its time to get creative with our décor! Being indoors most of the time these days, things get to look a little drab. Spruce up your space this year by stitching up these fun and simple curtains!

Crochet Statement Curtain Pattern by Infiniti Crafting Co

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6. Crochet Flower Lattice Curtain Pattern by Dearest Debi

Instantly brighten up any room in the house with the addition of this floral crochet window valence. It was designed using variegated yarn to give it an interesting color pattern without having to change colors while you work. Of course, if you want a simpler look for your home, you could work the same curtain crochet pattern in a single color.

Crochet Flower Lattice Curtain Pattern by Dearest Debi

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7. Tunisian Crochet Lace Curtain Pattern by Denise Voie de Vie

Pink lace could be a recipe for sugar-sweet disaster, but not if it’s balanced with geometric structure and trimmed in a tonal color. These surprising Tunisian lace curtain panels hit just the right balance—open, airy and light—with just the right amount of color contrast at the curtain rod band.

Tunisian Crochet Lace Curtain Pattern by Denise Voie de Vie

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8. Boho Crochet Curtain Pattern by ATERG Crochet

Such fun to see and to crochet this boho curtain yourself! The pattern is the base, the fun part of ‘choosing colors’ is for you! Lovely and bright — and they look like they could be a great stashbuster too!

Boho Crochet Curtain Pattern by ATERG Crochet

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9. Farmhouse Cotton Curtains Crochet Pattern by Willow Yarns

Dress up your windows with sweet striped curtains in a farmhouse-inspired style!

Farmhouse Cotton Curtains Crochet Pattern by Willow Yarns

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10. Blowing Wheat Valance Crochet Pattern by Kathryn Clark Design

The calming design of this filet crochet valance, featuring wheat blowing in the wind, cascades down on each side for added dimension. The rod pocket is built into the design with a lacy border across the top. The valance is shown on a 36″ wide window. 

Blowing Wheat Valance Crochet Pattern by Kathryn Clark Design

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11. Crochet Macrame Curtain Pattern by Midknits

This gorgeous crochet curtain piece is inspired by macramé and embodies the Modern Boho Chic style. It works well as either a curtain or a wall hanging and is worked side-to side so creating the width you want is a breeze.

The written instructions also include a chart, making this pattern an easy to follow how-to!

Crochet Macrame Curtain Pattern by Midknits

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12. Daisy Crochet Kitchen Curtain Pattern by Diane Stone

This simple daisy free crochet curtain pattern will definitely perk up your home. The flower design will bring a lively, fresh, spring vibe all year round! Once completed, the crocheted daisy valance should measure approximately 14 inches high and around 45 inches wide.

Daisy Crochet Kitchen Curtain Pattern by Diane Stone

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SAY NO TO NAKED WINDOWS AND GET INSPIRED BY THESE CROCHET CURTAIN PATTERNS!

The best part is that you can use any color or style that you like in making your crochet curtain. You don’t have to spend loads of money to buy a curtain because you can easily make one yourself! We’re excited to see what you make, so please do share them on our Facebook Page!

You may also want to check our collection of Crochet Decor Patterns or these Macrame Door Curtain Patterns for some potential weekend projects.

We hope you can start working on some crochet decor projects like these crochet curtain patterns of your own! Happy crocheting!