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Colorful Crochet

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I love color – and especially colorful crochet! You can use some of the beautiful color changing yarns that are available these days, or you can chose multiple solid color yarns to pair together. There are just so many options. Here are 7 free crochet patterns to show off your love of color.

Colorful Crochet free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Art ‘n Soul Scrappy Scarf by Kirsten Holloway Designs
“This is a loose tutorial for how I created the scarf that is pictured. I’ve included the descriptions of the yarn I used where I was able to, but some of this was yarn that didn’t have a label, so I am not able to include everything.”

2) Summer Fling Throw by Moogly
“Have a summer (or winter) love affair with the ripple stitch when you crochet the Summer Fling Throw! This easy to memorize blanket pattern can by made in any size – and in cool cotton, used year round!”

3) Sunburst Granny Square Crochet Pattern by Maria’s Blue Crayon
“Each square is so vibrant, unique, and somehow still screams simplicity! I’ve since become a fan of circle grannies since I made my Woodland Afghan, and have come up with a smaller sized granny square to show case each little pop of color in the middle.”

4) Monster Ice Pop Holders by Blackstone Designs
“Keep the little ones cool during the summer, without freezing tiny fingers! Great for pool parties or summer birthday party favors. These are a huge hit with the kids!”

5) Tutti Frutti Baby Hat Crochet Pattern By Posh Pooch Designs
“It is a light hat, perfect for Spring, Summer and Fall. The top covers their precious head to keep it from getting sunburned, and the brim flares just enough to keep the sun out of their little eyes.”

6) Skylark in Wonderland by Jessie At Home
“After designing the Skylark scarf, I had a few ideas for a spin~off pattern. The opportunity to bring life to the idea came when I was contacted by Frabjous Fibers to make a version using 2 of their mini~skein packs of Mad Hatter (sport weight).”

7) Unforgettable Lunar Crossings Shawl by Kim Guzman
This pattern is a great way to show off your color changing yarn!

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland recently!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

OR ~ If you would like a pattern and yarn all together in a kit, try one of these (Click the images to go to the kits):

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