It always struck me funny that green was a Christmas color. After all, it’s all brown and white outside, not green. But our Christmas trees are green, so maybe that’s where the green for Christmas comes from. Anyway, I’ve collected 7 free crochet patterns that the designers have created in green. Of course, you’re welcome to change the color, but for now it’s a celebrations of green!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Loopy Love Baby Sweater by Tamara Kelly
“The Loopy Love Baby Blanket, Beanies, Newborn Booties and Big Baby Booties inspired requests for one more Loopy Love pattern – the Loopy Love Baby Sweater!”
2) Grab & Go Market or Beach Bag by Crochet for You
“I have always wanted to design a simple market bag that can be easy and fast to crochet. So I started to crochet this market bag with a new crochet stitch pattern.”
3) Basic Washcloth in 2 Sizes by EyeLoveKnots
“They are great for using in the bathroom as a washcloth, especially the larger one, or in the kitchen as a dishcloth.”
4) Cable Car Hobo by The Crochet Dude
This awesome Hobo bag features crocheted cables and lots of room for everything you want to bring along with you.
5) Amazing Grace Fingerless Gloves by Beatrice Ryan Designs
A lovely addition to the Anazing Grace series.
6) Fins Wrap by Jessie At Home
“Go under the sea with the Fins Wrap! Each section looks like a fin, and you can make as many sections as you wish.”
7) A Touch of Gleam Scarf by Underground Crafter
” The grit stitch is such an easy, beginner-friendly stitch pattern which is also great for when you’re watching your favorite streaming shows or are otherwise distracted.”
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