10 Free Spring Forward Crochet Patterns

Maybe this post will help to speed up Spring’s arrival. At least that’s what I am hoping; all the while expecting another snow storm tomorrow. In any case, crocheting something for the spring will help with the winter blues. Here is a roundup of 10 free Spring forward crochet patterns!

Summer Crochet Pullover

Summer Crochet pullover by B. Hooked Crochet.

This pattern by B. Hooked Crochet is technically called “Summer” but it could be done in Spring.

–> Click here for the pattern.

The Laikini Cardigan

This cardigan by Sewrella has me dreaming of lounging by a pool – which I usually don’t do anyways because I don’t have a pool, but a girl can dream, can’t she?

–> Get the pattern by Sewrella.

Key West Circle Top

This top by Lion Brand is so beautiful!

–> Get the pattern by Lion Brand.

Summer’s End Cardigan

Okay, so this is another top with “Summer” in it’s name, but it could be for Spring too. Especially those cold mornings or when there’s still snow on the ground and a chill in the air.

–> Get the pattern by Christa Co Design.

Equinox Tank Top

Equinox — perhaps the Spring equinox? This tank by Dandy Lemon sure is a dandy!

–> Get the pattern by Dandy Lemon.

Serendipity Scarf

Also by Dandy Lemon, this scarf would be great for a breezy, cool, dreary day.

–> Get the pattern by Dandy Lemon.

Dangerously Elegant Shawl

Wrap yourself in bold, cheery colors this Spring with this shawl by Elk Studio Designs.

–> Get the pattern by Elk Studio Designs.

Crochet Espadrilles

For when the days are getting warmer and your feet are begging you to let go of the socks, these crochet espadrilles by Make and Do Crew are perfect.

–> Get the pattern by Make and Do Crew.

Cotton Slipper Socks

If you still need something on your feet, how about these breathable cotton slipper socks by Left in Knots?

–> Get the pattern by Left in Knots.

Porto Tunic

This tunic is just gorgeous. Makes me want to book a cruise to a tropical island.

–> Get the pattern by Stitch and Hustle.

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Vanessa is an avid crocheter. She also loves to read historical fiction and has even written a few (unpublished) novels. By day Vanessa crunches numbers in an office but by night if she's not crocheting or book binding, she's probably sleeping. With her cat on/near her head.

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