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Best Crochet Water Balloons

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Are you on the hunt for the best crochet pattern for reusable water balloons? What a coincidence! So are we! We have been searching for awesome free patterns for Crochet Water Balloons for weeks now. Luckily, we made it in time for warm days! You still have plenty of time before the weather changes for good. We are all waiting for summer, right?

We also can’t wait for you to see and try the projects we have come upon. Not one but three authors shared a genius crochet water balloon pattern with us for free this season. How great is that? Now you can really get ready for your children’s holidays! We surely will. And in the meantime, we will try to find the perfect free pattern for knitted water balloons for you too. Knitters deserve family summer fun as well! Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Fun Summer Accessories for Kids and Crochet Squares.

Best Crochet Water Balloons with Free Patterns

Chenille Water Balloons Dolce

This is such a cool idea! After all, who doesn’t love finding new ways of using chenille yarn? Krampolinka will help you crochet water balloons that will certainly bring pure joy to your family this season. We are surely going to try!

Level: beginner Author: Katy Ramil Krampolinka

Chenille Crochet Water Balloons

The original pattern and the photos are on Krampolinkah. More info on Ravelry.

Crochet Water Balloons

These colors are out of this world! Don’t they simply scream summer? Summer means fun and so do crochet water balloons with free patterns. Especially when they are created by the one and only Megan Meyer! Will you make a colorful set of your own?

Level: beginner Author: Megan Meyer

Crochet Water Balloons

The original pattern is on Left in Knots. More info on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

Jellyfish Water Balloons

Jellyfish have taken over the community of crafters a long time ago! This lovely motif is used in so many projects of all kinds. Angi Vale has decided to create soft and colorful jellyfish splashers kids of all ages will certainly love. Your kids included!

Level: beginner Author: Angi Vale

Jellyfish Crochet Water Balloons

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.

5 Minute Water Balloons

You can’t even imagine what kinds of wonders one can crochet using velvet yarn! This pattern by awesome author Rose Hudd is just one of many examples. A very original one, we must admit! If you want to make a quick toy, this is it.

Level: upper beginner Author: Rose Hudd

Crochet Water Balloons

The original pattern and the photos are on Memory Lane Crochet. More info on Ravelry.

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  1. A few years ago I tried the water balloons and the grandkids loved them. This year I’m making the jellyfish splashers. They are so cute! Thanks for sharing the pattern. Our public library may include them in a crafters day this summer.

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