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Pastel Crochet

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Pastels seem to be the official color of spring, and with spring setting in here in my neck of the woods, I’m feeling like some pastels! Of course, you can make these patterns in any color you like, you don’t have to use pastels. Here are 7 free crochet patterns designed in pastel colors. Enjoy!

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Wave Your Hands Mitts by Jessie At Home
“The Wave Your Hand Mitts feature a chevron stitch in the round. The point in the back of the hand comes up higher and has a ring to wrap around your middle finger.”

2) Scrap Kitchen Set by Pattern Paradise
“This Scrap Kitchen Set is the product of my drawer of yarn balls! Every so often, when I can no longer close it, I browse through the drawer where I keep leftover balls of yarn and try to figure out how to use up scraps for something useful.”

3) Loopy Love Blanket by Moogly
“The Loopy Love Blanket is so fun to make! The pattern is easy to memorize, the stitches just fly by, and the end result looks way more complicated than it should.”

4) Lavender Fields Tote Bag by Left In Knots
“Today’s free pattern is a remake of one of my earliest free patterns, the Open Air Market Bag.  Why a remake?  Well…just keep reading to find out and then enjoy the free crochet pattern for the new and improved Lavender Fields Tote Bag.”

5) A Beautiful Crochet Headband by Kirsten Holloway Designs
“This beautiful crochet piece can be used on for many things–a headband, hair accessory, sash belt, and more!”

6) Knee-High Socks by Yarnutopia
“I used pastel colors in my pattern but the ideas are endless when it comes to color combinations. I am excited to see your creators choices when making your own pair.”

7) Crochet Easter Eggs by Dessert Bloom Crafts
“To me, the best Easter eggs are colorful, fun, and easy to make. Good news! Crochet Easter eggs are all of the above. These eggs can be made easily in different colors, saved easily for next year, and work up super fast!”

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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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