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Crochet Sets – Because matching is fancy and fun!

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Crochet Sets – Because some things are better in a set. Sometimes it’s fun to wear a matched set, and they also are super fun to give. I always feel a bit more fancy and put-together when I have matched items.

Here are the names and links to seven free patterns for crochet sets.

1) Planned Pooling Hat and Cowl Set by Marly Bird
“Fashion a flirty plaid hat and cowl by crocheting with Red Heart Super Saver Pooling.”

2) Shelby Mittens by Sincerely, Pam
“This pattern is written in sizes Child Small to Adult Medium and includes both Mitten and Fingerless Glove options. You can also grab the matching Shelby Hat and/or Shelby Triangle Cowl patterns.”

3) November Twilight Slouch Hat and Winter Scarf by Kirsten Halloway Designs
“As the weather cools off I am always in a hurry to find accessories to help keep me warm! This gorgeous pattern creates a luxurious piece inspired by bare tree branches, and the cool, crisp air of the mountains.”

4) Granite Stitch Hat & Cowl Set by Blackstone Designs
“I had to decide what pattern to use to really show off this fabulous yarn and the beautiful shades. It didn’t take me long to decide on the granite stitch. Obviously whatever I did was going to be striped, but I wanted it to have just a little more pop.”

5) Shell Wrist Warmers & Shell Beanie by Crystalized Designs
“I’ve been saving this Loops & Threads Charisma for the perfect project, and I found that I love variegated yarns with fans, shells, or grouped stitches!”

6) Spearmint Hand & Face Towels by Jessie At Home
“This crochet spa towel set will make you feel like you’re in a your own personal spa. You can change up the colors to fit your decor, and even make the hand towel in your team colors and toss it in your sports bag.”

7) Hygge Cloud Hat & Super Scarf by Moogly
“The scarf features tassels made with the leftover bits of yarn – but just as they are optional, you have options with this hat! Make a matching tassel, a pretty yarn pom, or add a faux fur one as shown here – it’s up to you!”

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