We are greatly lacking white stuff outside this winter, so I thought I would bring you a round up of winter white free crochet patterns. Though you can make these patterns in whatever color you like, the designer samples for them are all white to off white.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Kaylee’s Snowy Day Cowl by The Stitchen’ Mommy
“Kaylee loves scarves and loves the snow so I knew she would love this cowl. It’s a quick and very easy pattern that can be worked up in about an hour.”
2) Accidental Spiral Slouch by AG Handmades
“…I made a mistake in learning a new stitch (as you do), and the stitch you see in this hat was the result. I liked it, and continued on with the hat. I hope you like it too!”
3) Aran Wrap by Kim Guzman
This wrap is large enough to keep you warm, but soft enough to roll up and carry with you!
4) Snow Bound Cowl by Posh Pooch Designs
This is a warm cowl because it is all stitched with 2 strands of worsted weight yarn. It is an elegant Cowl that can be worn in the morning, day or evening. And adds a touch of Glitz to any outfit.
5) Holly in the Snow Cup Cozy by Acorn Tree
“I’m always searching for creative, quick, easy-to-make gift ideas for colleagues, my kids’ teachers, and other friends and family members. This cup cozy is the perfect last minute gift idea for anyone on your list!”
6) Snowdrift Slouch Hat by Little Monkeys Crochet
“Snowdrifts are a common occurrence in my part of the country, and this hat reminds me of them.”
7) Winter Waves Chevron Cowl by Cre8tion Crochet
“This simple chevron cowl is super easy and quick to work up. The punch of ombre color blocking really gives it a great visual punch.”
8) Angel Afghan by Kim Guzman
This lovely afghan is made of blocks of pretty white angels.
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.
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