Spring is here!
So it’s time to bust out the yummy pastel coloured yarns and start crocheting!
Here are my top crochet patterns that are perfect for spring, including hats for eggs, crochet hearts for bunting, a baby blanket and a cute Easter bunny.
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In this roundup, there are a few different types of crochet projects, from sweet little amigurumi animals, a baby blanket, egg cosies and more!
There are a variety of spring crochet patterns for you to choose from.
Choose your next crochet project with one of the free patterns below >>
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1. Crochet Egg Cosy Pattern
This free egg cosy crochet pattern by Yvonne Eijkenduijn is available on her super fresh blog Yvestown.
I enjoyed looking at this blog, with great photography and free patterns.
2. Crochet Heart Pattern
Lovely crochet hearts that would look great strung together to make bunting.
This would make a great Easter decoration or decor for the nursery.
This is a free crochet pattern from the blog - Frederika Creates.
3. Amigurumi Bunny Pattern
A cute amigurumi bunny that can be made in time for Easter celebrations.
Get the free pattern from Lion Brand Yarn.
4. Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern
A pretty pastel colour block baby blanket from the blog - Little Things Blogged.
A great free pattern that is easy to make!
5. Crochet Granny Squares
Pretty crochet granny squares - ok so does anyone else get addicted to making granny squares once they start??
I love this free crochet pattern.
The finished squares would make a lovely pillow cover, blanket or throw.
This pattern can be found on the blog Mille Makes.
6. Crochet Animal Pattern
This pattern is not free - it costs around $6 from Love Crochet.
These crochet animals are so cute that they will be well loved Easter gifts.
Make a few in various colours!
What are you making this Spring?
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