8 Of The Best Hammock Patterns On The Web

There’s nothing better than sitting outside in the warmer months either working on your tan or enjoying the nice weather. Sure garden chairs or lying on the grass is fine, but how does relaxing in your very own hammock sound? There are even some options to make creative storage solutions if you don’t have the space for a full hammock! We’ve searched around to find some of the best patterns online to get you inspired.

Erin Kate Archer’s ‘Hammock’ on Ravelry

Erin has cleverly created her own size appropriate needles for this project and has included instructions to make these within the pattern. Designed with experienced knitters in mind, this oversized hammock might take some time and skill, but the end result is definitely worth it. Available as a downloadable pattern from Raverly.

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Find Erin on Ravelry as ekatearcher

Ashley Britt’s ‘Rat Hammock’ on Ravelry

Who says hammocks have to be just for humans? Made with tight crochet stitches to avoid over stretching, this miniature hammock is the perfect size for your little rodent friend to relax in comfort too. Available as a free downloadable pattern from Ravelry.

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Find Ashley on Ravelry as kittyno

Nicole Dunham’s ‘Large Plushie Hammock’ on Ravelry

Hammocks are not only for lounging about, they also make great storage solutions. Nicole has designed this pattern to have a bit of stretch, meaning it can be hung in a corner and filled with all your soft toys or other items. Available as a downloadable pattern from Ravelry.

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Find Nicole on Ravelry as nicole0holloway

Roxanna June’s ‘Easy ‘Side Stripe’ Crochet Hammock on Ravelry

This simple to construct hammock is designed to be worked from side to side to create an eye-catching stripe pattern. Made with medium weight yarn, this pattern is an ideal way to use up your leftovers to create a multi coloured hammock. Available as a downloadable pattern from Ravelry.

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Find Roxanna on Ravelry as Roxanne77

Browneyedbabs’ ‘Toy Hammock’ on Ravelry

This smaller scale hammock was written as a creative storage idea. Designed to hold stuffed toys or other lightweight items, this pattern can be made using any weight yarn you have, making it an ideal stash buster. Available as a free, downloadable pattern from Ravelry.

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Find Barbara on Ravelry as browneyedbabs

Julie Berg’s ‘Hammock for children’ on Ravelry

This lovely, colourful hammock pattern has been created to be suitable for children. Made with lightweight hemp or linen yarn and crocheted back and forth, the size of this pattern can be easily adjusted to make it smaller or bigger if needed. Available as a downloadable pattern from Ravelry.

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Find Julie on Ravelry as knutty67

Roxanna June’s ‘Ahoy Easy Hammock Chair’ on Ravelry

This unusual hammock chair is a great alternative to regular hammocks. Ideal as an accompaniment to Roxanna’s basic hammock pattern, this chair is strong enough to support without sagging and durable enough to last through the seasons. Available as a downloadable pattern from Ravelry.

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Find Roxanna on Ravelry as Roxanne77

Sarah K’s ‘Bath Toy Hammock’ on Ravelry

Sarah has designed this handy storage solution to help dry out sodden toys after bath time. This hammock is not only handy, it also prevents mould spots and damp smells while keeping your bathroom organised. Available as a free, downloadable pattern from Ravelry.

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Find Sarah on Ravelry as purestmorning