This, my friends, is the perfect opportunity to flaunt your favorite knit and crochet accessories. Get out your beautiful shawls, your lacy scarves, and your finger-less gloves. (And if you don’t have any yet, now’s the time to make yourself some!)
Be sure to wear several layers of clothing; if it warms up to 100 degrees later, you can always shed a few layers; keep them in a convenient place so you can grab ’em again after the sun sets and the temperature drops.
Spring is a delightful time to be a knit or crochet enthusiast; there’s inspiration everywhere! If you’d like to work on a new springtime project, please help yourself to our free spring shawl/Scarf patterns.
Here are our Favorite Spring Shawl/Scarf Patterns to knit and crochet:
One of my favorite things about springtime: all the glorious flowers in bloom. I love it that you can crochet lovely flowers at any time of year, but I often feel inspired to make new flowers in the spring. You too? If so, be sure to check out our lovely free flower patterns we have posted just for you.
Here are our Favorite Springtime Flowers to crochet:
Have you started your spring cleaning yet? When you’re ready to get started with it, you’ll want to whip up some useful projects such as dishcloths, washcloths and scrubbies to help your tasks along. Be sure to grab some (or all!) of our free patterns for these household helpers.
Crochet dishcloth patterns make perfect gifts. They are quick to make, and they don't require large amounts of yarn. However, they are big enough to be an interesting project that you can immerse yourself in.
Dishcloths are terrific projects when you want to practice new stitch techniques, play with color changes, and explore how various ideas work in combination with one another.
In addition to making great gifts, they add fun to your own kitchen chores. When we can delight in the little things, every day is just a little bit better. That's what a crochet dishcloth can do for your home.
Made with 100% cotton yarn these washcloths are super flexible and absorbent, perfect for tackling the worst kitchen messes! And the combination of stitches makes a complicated looking texture but it’s really quite easy, and they work up pretty fast.
Got dirty pots, pans and dishes that you need to clean up? Scrub them ’til they sparkle and shine! Our crocheted scrubby will help you get the job done.
A plastic scrubber is helpful for removing baked-on foods from pots and pans. If you want to try making your own plastic scrubbers, you’re invited to grab our free instructions and pattern.
So far, this pot scrubber is my favorite — because it’s nice and flexible, and it’s abrasive enough to get yucky goo off of a pot or pan. As far as scrubbers go - it’s a super quick project and it’s absolutely adorable!!!
Memorial Day weekend is a great time to honor our soldiers and since it’s a 3 day weekend watch the Memorial Day specials on TV and take this time to learn how to crochet. If you need some beginner’s instructions - check out some of our tutorials. If you can’t find what you’re looking for just ask us. We are always here to help you.
Here is our Favorite Memorial Day pattern to crochet:
Spring Showers Bring…a Rainbow of Crochet Possibilities!!
Spring is a fantastic time to learn how to crochet. If you need some beginner’s instructions - check out some of our tutorials. If you can’t find what you’re looking for just ask us. We are always here to help you.
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