With some lovely neutrals and subdued pastels, these crochet ideas are a great way to adorn your home or keep you warm on those spring days that still bite with cold.
This week’s picks are the springiest yet! Find Easter ideas, great layering pieces, baby projects, animal projects, and more. Hippity hoppity, friends – spring is just about here!
This week’s picks are a great seasonal cross-section of ideas, with such a nice selection of all things late winter/early spring!
This week, I’m grateful there are crochet bloggers in this world who share fun, cute & colorful projects for those us in grey climbs to stare at as while we wait for spring to officially arrive. :)
A lot of this week’s picks have a very specific sort of late wintry vibe that’s right in line with the weather these days. Lots of earthy neutral colors with just a hint of color here and there. There’s something really relaxing about a group of projects like this, don’t you think?
This new crop of crochet patterns is so perfect for spring. No matter your crochet style, anyone can find a project to get excited about among this month’s new pattern picks!
The Olympics opening ceremony is today! For chronic Knitflixers and Olympics fiends, this is a time that only comes once every other year! An excellent excuse to stay up too late knitting entire sweaters, blankets, and accessories as you watch people’s lifelong dreams come to fruition. There’s nothing like it, and it pairs oh so well with our favorite hobbies. :)
This crochet cowl is perfect for folks who want an easy-to memorize stitch pattern and a good excuse to use some stash yarn or yarn ends that haven’t yet found a home! All you need to make the Moss Stitch Cowl is two, 50g balls of yarn in different colors.
A particular shade of purple may be the color of the year, but there seems to be more pink to be found online this week than purple! Between Valentine’s Day coming up and the seemingly-unstoppable powerhouse that is Millennial Pink, I think we might know why.