Green is such a pretty color, and one I hope to be seeing more of soon! I just love seeing the green of nature coming back to life, and wearing green always makes me feel closer to nature somehow. Is that silly? Well, then I guess green makes me silly! Here are some fun patterns the designers thought would be nice in green so you can be close to nature too!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Alpine Shawl by Cristina Mershon
“This shawl is crocheted from the bottom up, shaped by increases in the edges. The fringe is a continuation of the last round, so there is no sewing or extra finishing.”
4) Crochet Baby Booties Green Zebra by Croby Patterns
“It’s time for another free crochet pattern for baby booties. This time you will need two shades of green DK weight 100% cotton yarn, 3.5 mm crochet hook, stitch markers, yarn needle and some buttons. They are super cute and easy to make.”
5) Dragon by All About Ami
“It’s the Year of the Dragon this year! To celebrate, crochet your own fire-breathing cuties in a rainbow of colours for yourself or for your friends!”
6) Julie Shawl by Jessie At Home
“The Julie shawl features thin sections of single crochet and thicker sections of double crochet v-stitches to create an appealing solid and lace stripe look. All you need to complete this shawl is one skein of Washtenaw Wool, fingering weight yarn.”
7) Lucky Day Cowl by Tamara Kelly
“We could all use a little extra luck once in a while – and the fun little clovers or shamrocks in the Lucky Day Cowl might just be the token you need! At the very least, it’ll decrease the odds of pinching!”
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