Spring crochet patterns are perfect for adding a touch of color and warmth to your home and wardrobe. From delicate wearables, mandalas and colourful flower motifs, there is no shortage of inspiration when it comes to spring crochet patterns in this post. Crocheting in lighter weight yarns such as cotton, linen, and bamboo is ideal for creating breezy and comfortable pieces that are perfect for the warmer weather. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crocheter, there’s no better way to welcome the new season than by picking up your crochet hook and getting creative.
materials and tools
Before you get started you’ll need to make sure you have the following:
- Crochet Hook
- Yarn of your choice
- Darning Needle
- Stitch Markers
- Toy Stuffing: pattern specific
- Safety Eyes: pattern specific
You’ll need an understanding of terms and abbreviations used in written patterns. If you are a beginner or literally just starting out you might find my Handy Reference Guide a useful investment.
Unsure of the differences between UK and US terms? Need a refresher on how to do your stitches? In my ‘How to crochet: A handy reference guide’ EBook I help you with all of these terms and you can always have them to hand! You will also get exclusive access to free video instructions. You can find my EBook HERE.
From pastel hues to bold shades, embrace the beauty of the season with these refreshing colour palettes. I’ll be adding some of my favourite yarn suggestions for the patterns featured in this post but if you need help or inspiration when it comes to choosing yarn colours, CLICK HERE.
Never lose your page again with this crochet Daisy Bookmark. This quick and easy pattern is beginner friendly. You can also make this to the size that suits your needs by simply adding and subtracting the amount of daises.
Look how beautiful the Daisy Bookmark looks in two shades of pink! Don’t be afraid to mix and match your colours, you don’t need to stick to conventional flower colours instead be creative and experiment with different colours.
This gorgeous cape is the perfect throw on during spring time when the days are still own the cooler side especially in the mornings and evenings. Designed by Laura Algarra. As shown in the image this cape is lightweight and perfect for spring.
Crochet Flower Crowns
Mix and match flower crowns. Get creative and play around with colours, flowers and bands to creative a bespoke flower crown. These crochet flowers are suitable for all levels and I have assisting tutorials to help you step by step.
Quick and easy crochet butterflies. This beginner friendly butterfly pattern makes the perfect Spring addition to your home, accessories or wearables. Theres so much you can do with these cute little motifs, click below to find out more.
These adorable crochet bee’s would look lovely in a spring wreath, dotted around your home or garden or simply gifted. Designed by Louise of lulathemoth
Meet Ribbert the Crochet Frog by guest designer Holly of Storyland Amis the cutest crocheted amphibian you’ll ever see! Perfect for snuggles or as a playful addition to your home decor.
Sundown Market Bag
Crochet yourself a sustainable market bag this spring. This versatile bag can be used for shopping, heading to the beach or poolside.
Wild Berry Mandala
Crochet yourself a stunning mandala whether you want to add a splash of colour to your walls or dining table this gorgeous Wild Berry Mandala by guest designer Zoe from Confessions of a Yarnaholic is sure to brighten your home for spring.
Short sleeve season! Spring is the season for switching your long sleeves to short sleeves. This lovely granny square top is designed by Abby from @calm.homeemade. When it comes to crochet clothing it’s important to understand the amount of time, skills and effort it takes to produce. Abby shares her views about mass produced crochet and the impact of these cheap but not cheerful crochet garments we see hit the high-street every year nonetheless Abby has kindly shared this free pattern on the blog so be sure to spread the awareness if you make the Ostara Vest.
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