I love spring. It’s just so pretty. With spring come all the sweet pastel colors. They are so soft and gentle, just like spring. Pastels also are the colors of Easter. To celebrate spring, I have put together a collection of free pastel crochet patterns that have been designed in pastel colors.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Baker’s Tee by Jessie At Home
“You won’t believe the simplicity of this pattern! It is simply a linen stitch rectangle with a slit in the middle, which is then folded in half.”
2) Bella Vita Shawl by Wilma Westenberg
“My mother made herself a crochet shawl with one of my yarn cakes I ordered a while back. I love how the colors change so equally. She wrote down the steps while working on it and asked me to share it here on my blog, so others can make it as well.”
3) Tryst by Stitches ‘n’ Scraps
“Fall in love with the delicate, lacy texture of the Tryst pillow! Tiny triangles inside of triangles give the feel of lace, but without the holes.”
4) Lily Garden by Kirsten Halloway Designs
“What could be cuter than a little head topped with flowers? I can’t think of much! The Lily Garden hat is a sweet beanie to welcome in the spring, and is quick and easy to make for your fresh-faced little one.”
5) Stormy Island Wrap by Underground Crafter
“There’s something about the chill of a stormy night that makes me want to wrap myself up in crochet. This rectangular shawl uses a simple stitch pattern and a beautiful, self-striping yarn to create a stunning, lacy, statement piece that’s cozy enough to keep your shoulders warm while adding color to any outfit.”
6) Parkway Scarf by Moogly
“The Parkway Scarf is pretty, cozy, and just a little luxurious – and the *perfect* pattern for people who hate weaving in ends!”
7) Emerald Lace Fling Wrap by Crochet Kim
“This lacy wrap is great for those cool spring nights.”
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland recently!
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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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