6 Fresh Spring Crochet and Knit Patterns

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Six Fresh Springtime Crochet and Knit Patterns For You

Hello there fellow hookers! It has been super cold and wet here in Ohio this past month or so and I don't know about you but I am ready for Spring! That inspired me to gather up some of lovely patterns that remind me of spring.

Let's shake off these Winter Blues! These patterns are from some of my favorite artists and each of them have many more excellent patterns on their websites. I encourage you look around and find something that will bring you joy.

Ready! Set! Spring!

1. Make and Do Crew - Asymetrical Triangle Shawl Crochet Pattern

Puff Stitches in this free crochet pattern make this shawl work up quickly and beautifully.
Pair it with a springtime dress for a touch of flair and color!

2. One Dog Woof - New Paths Shawl Knit Pattern

This springtime knit shawl pattern is repetitive and easy to make while watching your favorite tv show.
Perfect for adding a pop of color and helps to remind us that Spring is on its' way!

3. E&P Crochet - French Moss Top Crochet Pattern

This free crochet pattern is worked in Tunisian crochet. If you haven't tried it, you should. It's gorgeous and easy!
It looks similar to knit and it's super easy to do. This top is worked in two panels and then sewn together.

4. One Dog Woof - Granny Square Top Crochet Pattern

This springtime top is worked in two granny squares and a bit of waffle stitch.
Despite it's open look it is actually a lovely warm top. Perfect for that springtime chill.

5. Craft Passion - Entrelac Messenger Bag Knit Pattern

This free intermediate knit pattern is made up of entrelac stitches.
A great item to add to your accessories for springtime and makes a great picnic bag!

6. Make and Do Crew - Urban Gypsy Boho Bag Crochet Pattern

This free hippy boho bag crochet pattern is worked in pieces and then sewn together. Groovy!

I hope you enjoy these springtime patterns and have some fun making them. I want to see your creations. Find me on instagram! Until next time, stay warm and keep on craftin'.

Still here? Need a beginner project? Here's a lovely crochet dishcloth pattern.

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