Spring is firmly round the corner, I’m no longer having to scrape the windscreen of my car or have the heating on full! At this time of year I like to escape from crocheting blankets, hats, and gloves and add a bit of spring into my WIP’s.
So for a little inspiration here is my top ten guide to Spring crochet patterns.
This fantastic apron pattern by Lily sugar n cream will brighten up any kitchen. With their vast range of colours this design can blend into any kitchen colour scheme seamlessly!
I love Tulips but fresh ones never last long enough. This beautiful design by MyCroWonders will keep your vases full throughout the spring without spending a fortune on fresh flowers!
If you are looking for an alternative wall hanging to your traditional pictures or canvas then a wreath is a great idea. This pastel beauty by echtstudio would look great in a hall way or even as a kitchen centerpiece. The pattern is in Dutch but is easily translated online.
Sometimes the oldies are the best! Using the traditional granny square to make this lightweight weight over shirt would be a great addition to any wardrobe. Ideal for kids and adults on those days were its not quite cold enough for a jumper. By Gathering Beauty
These little flowers by Attic 24 would be great for adding to cushions blankets and anything that needs a little bit of spring flare!
Having an early BBQ? These little coasters by Whiskers & Wool would be the perfect addition to a table setting for a spring party.
Not quite done with blankets yet? Why not use this lovely daffodil granny square by Crochet atelier to make a light spring throw.
These Primroses by Planet June would make amazing centerpieces. The little bouquet of 4 would take pride of place on any windowsill.
Another wreath, this time by Repeat crafter me. This one would be great for teaching your little ones to crochet. They can make the flowers whilst you do the round.
Embrace your bohemian side and wear this simple yet style headband by Trubluemeandyou. Great for the upcoming festival season.
Check out other top ten’s here!
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