Crochet projects that are perfect for spring.

Eye-catching crochet projects for spring.

Have you been looking for some crochet inspiration this spring? I can help with that!

Spring is a wonderful time for a lot of us and there are several reasons why. Whether it's the longer days, the flowers in bloom or the rising temperatures, we love spring. Why not consider some new spring projects that require minimal yarn and minimal effort? I'm talking cute amigurumi, easy shawls and other cute accessories that we can make with scrap yarn or stash yarn. 

Whether you love a bit of rainbow brights or prefer muted tones or natural shades, these crochet projects are sure to provide you with some seasonal inspiration. 

Easter is just around the corner but this crochet egg pattern is ready to go! 

The first adorable spring pattern that caught my eye this season was Ostara's eggs by Sun Daughter Knits. This pattern is available for $2 (around £1.60) on Sonna's blog and Ravelry.  You can work these eggs up with any 4ply yarn that you have to hand. Not only could you hide chocolate eggs in them but they'd also make eggcellent decorations or bunting. Hop on over and get your pattern! Ok, I'll stop now. 

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Sonna has chosen a gorgeous range of bright colours for her eggs. What will you make yours with? Be sure to link a project on Ravelry so that we can all see! 

Colour pop cowl crochet pattern by Tracey Todhunter. 

Second is the colour pop crochet cowl by Tracey Todhunter. I thought this cowl was adorable, what about you? Again, it's another fun project that would eat up some of your scrap yarns or you could try some of Eden Cottage Yarns' yarnlings. The pattern is available hereThis cowl is modelled on the lovely Victoria Magnus of Eden Cottage Yarns and she has used Milburn 4ply here. 

I love Victoria's choice of yarns here. She's gone for tones that you'll find all around you at this time of year. It's all about the greens, the florals and the bright pastels. 

Aurora Nox crochet shawl pattern by Hanna Gough

 If cowls aren't your thing, can I suggest a crochet shawl? The Aurora Nox shawl is a half circle crochet shawl made with one cake of Sheepjes Whirl. At 1000 metres a ball, this is a great yarn for crochet shawls. If you're in the UK, you could get a Sheepjes whirl from Woolbox here

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The Aurora Nox shawl was crocheted with a Sheepjes whirl cake in the colourway Forbidden FuchsiaYou can find the pattern here. This is a really simple semi circle shawl with a relaxing fan stitch repeat. Let the yarn do all the talking!

Caldbeck crochet fingerless mitts pattern by Tracey Todhunter. 

Caldbeck - crocheted fingerless mitts by Tracey Todhunter. Ideal for walking the dog in the woods or to keep your hands warm on days out as the weather turns colder, these quick and easy fingerless mitts are a variation of double crochet, which is good for beginners and more experienced crocheters alike. The larger size can be worn on smaller hands as oversized fingerless mitts, with soft smooshy fabric, or the smaller size can be worn as well-fitting, cosy, warm fingerless mitts. They are easily customisable, by adding ruffles top and bottom, or adding in stripes at any point on the hand.

This pattern is perfect for that DK you have in your stash and don't know what to do with or if you're a stashless knitter, there are a range of yarns perfect for these mitts from Eden Cottage Yarns. 


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The Disturbia crochet shawl pattern by Hanna Gough 

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Something even easier than the Aurora Nox shawl is the Disturbia shawl. It's such a cute little shawlette, perfect for adding a touch of chic to your spring outfits. This project requires 125g of 4ply yarn and a 20g mini skein for an accent around the edges, You can find the pattern here.  

I hope you've been able to find some inspiration from this article! Happy hooking. 



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