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Mother’s Day Crochet Gifts

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Mother’s Day Crochet Gifts? You need em’ you got em’. Moms love it when their kids make them gifts, and that doesn’t change as the kids get older. So keep up the tradition and make your mom something lovely for Mother’s Day. Here are 7 free Mothers Day crochet patterns that are sure to make her smile!

Mother's Day - free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Fire and Ice Shawl by Underground Crafter
“I’m so excited to share a crochet pattern for a simple, triangular shawl that is transformed into something spectacular with a self-striping, metallic yarn!”

2) Alex Basket by Sincerely, Pam
“I’m in love with Home Decor, and truly enjoy finding ways to add punches of crochet into rooms wherever I can! So, when my friend Stevee mentioned that she needed a pot cover, I knew exactly what I wanted to do!”

3) Water’s Edge Shawl by A Crocheted Simplicity
“I recently purchased a few cakes of Lion Brand Yarns, Mandala. I’m normally a solid color girl when it comes to most everything in life, especially yarn. But the cakes were calling my name from the store shelves, so I decided to give them a whirl!”

4) Bracelet by Wilma Westenberg
“I love making jewelry. Necklaces, rings, earrings and of course bracelets. They are easy to make and can be matched with every outfit. As many people asked about the pattern, I decided to write it down here.”

5) Diagonal Stitch Sachet w/Pouch by Crochet Memories
“Stitch mom a pretty yarn sachet with a pocket! Tuck in a small vial of perfume or jewelry for an extra special gift.”

6) Shelly by Jessie At Home
“This statement necklace will turn heads and make sure everyone knows when you walk into a room. It is made with chain stitches connected by slip stitches as a base, and then features shell stitches growing from the center front.”

7) Spring Gingham Dishcloths by Left in Knots
“These colorful gingham dishcloths are a fast and fun way to update your decor for spring! So even if you still have snow on the ground, you can bring bright and fun colors inside.”

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