In today’s mini-collection we explore Lovely Spring Crochet Alongs that spark so much joy. Spring cleaning is a great way to take a closer look at your stash. Take out all the colorful yarn skeins that you have, even the smallest ends. Now it is time to make use of them! The projects we are talking about today are colorful and so interesting. There are bobbles, flowers, rosettes, and lace here. Seasoned crocheters will have fun making these designs, and those of you who are just starting out, evidently have an amazing opportunity to learn. Crochet-a-long is a project that is published in parts and each part has step-by-step instructions to walk you through. Grab your crochet hook today and try them out! Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Spring Rhapsody Blanket CAL Free Crochet Pattern
Rows and rows of beautiful stitches! This is what we love the most about this kind of crochet along themes, don’t we? This one is a work of art, without a doubt. Gather all the leftover yarn you have in your stash and get on with it!
Level: intermediate Author: Tonya Bush
Stitch Sampler Scrapghan CAL Free Crochet Pattern
This spring crochet along will walk you through the myriad of different stitches. It’s evidently called Scraphgan for a reason. Choose the most colorful leftover yarn ends and get to work! Will you go for warm tones, cool shades or a crazy mix?
Level: intermediate Author: Breann Mauldin
Feeling of Spring CAL Free Crochet Pattern
This vintage table runner will surely bring spring to your kitchen and dining table. Soft green coupled with deep yellow and creamy white reminds us all of blooming flowers and fresh grass. So much fresh charm!
Level: upper beginner Author: In the Yarn Garden
Flowering Herbs Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
This shawl will look beautiful in your outfits this spring! Just look at how adorable it is, rows and rows of cute flowers. The stunning effect is achieved almost exclusively by changing the colors because the stitch itself is nice and easy!
Level: upper beginner Author: Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson