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32 Free Spring Crochet Patterns to Make in 2024

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Are you a crocheter looking for a great way to kick off the spring atmosphere around you? Then, you’ll love these spring crochet patterns ideas. Springtime is a season most of us look forward to. Myself, I not only cannot wait for the warm weather, but for all the opportunities to crochet new stuff.

The warm and heavier yarns give room to the bright colored, light weight fibers. Not to mention, it’s time for spring craft markets. Everyone will be spending more time outside. That means, if you do craft fairs, it’s a great time to sell your crochet.

I’ve carefully picked these patterns to diversify your options in one blog post only. Whether you’re looking for Easter patterns, flowers, home décor, or Amigurumi, there are patterns for all needs here.

Spring crochet patterns
Spring crochet patterns ideas

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Projects You Can Crochet for Spring

The warm weather is not the only thing we look forward to in springtime, but we also look for bringing the joy that comes with pop of colors to your home and wardrobe. So, if you’re wondering what you can crochet for spring, here are the most common projects:

  • Home decoration – you can make crochet Easter and flower themed pillows, towels, blankets, wall hangings, and garlands.
  • Light wearable accessories – crochet spring shawls, wraps, and hats.
  • Garments – light crochet dresses, tops, and shorts.
  • Kids – crochet Easter baskets, toys, eggs.
  • Fruits and vegetables – carrots, onion bulbs, and strawberries.
  • Flowers – tulips, daisies, and cherry blossoms.
  • Stuffed animals – bunnies, chicks, butterflies, and birds.

Supplies Needed for Spring Crochet Patterns

It’s always a good practice to check your specific project’s supply list. But when working on your spring crochet patterns, here’s what you’ll need most of the time:

  • Yarn – Fine (#2) to worsted (#4) are the most common weights (more on yarns below).
  • Stitch markers – they will be useful for Amigurumi, but if you’re a beginner you can use them for any project.
  • Crochet hooks Clover Amour Hooks are my favorite. since you’ll be working with lighter yarns, up to 4.50 mm or 5.00 mm (US 7/E) sizes will work best.
  • Polyester fiberfill – for stuffed animals and toys.
  • Yarn scissors – it’s always a good idea to have a few of them handy.
  • A flexible measuring tape – if you’re making garments and hats, you’ll need it.
  • Other helpful notions: tapestry needles, thread, buttons, and safety eyes.
Spring crochet patterns
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What yarns are best for spring crochet patterns?

Generally, worsted weight (#4) or lighter yarns with cool and absorbent fiber contents are the best for spring projects. I recommend cotton, bamboo, and rayon. And the reasons, besides the obvious comfort they offer, these fibers are durable and easy to care for. 

Obviously, there are many acrylic and polyester blends that are great in quality as well. If you’re making home décor, for example, these fibers are very good choices. With that said, when it comes to yarn type, you can always go with what you have already tested and approved.

Here are my favorite yarns for spring patterns:

  • Lily Sugar’n Cream – this is a 100% cotton yarn that’s great for home décor.
  • 24/7 by Lion Brand – this 100% mercerized cotton comes in DK (#3) and Worsted (#4) weights ant is great for garments and toys.
  • Cotton Fair Premier Yarns – this cotton/acrylic blend is a Fine (#2) super soft yarn that’s amazing for crochet tops.
  • I Love This Cotton by Hobby Lobby – this is a 100% cotton that’s perfect for Amigurumi, kitchen towels and bucket hats.
  • Coboo by Lion Brand is a cotton plus bamboo blend yarn that’s an amazing choice for dresses and tops.
  • Truboo by Lion Brand is a rayon yarn that that is another great choice for garments as well.

The List of Spring Crochet Patterns

Every pattern in this list is showcased with a clear photo and small description to give you a great idea of what it is. I hope you find something you love here. But if you would rather use this list for a reference in the future, you can pin it to a relevant Pinterest board as well.

More Pattern Collections You’ll Love

If you want to look even further, I have these other posts here on the blog that have amazing patterns for Easter, Spring and Mother’s Day.

Final Thoughts

Crochet pattern hunting can be overwhelming, there are so many out there. I get it! But I hope this collection of spring crochet patterns has inspired you. 

Drop a comment below if you have any questions or if you just would like to say “hi”. Another way to reach out to me is by joining my community group on Facebook

If you use any of my patterns or tutorials for a project, please tag me @zamiguz or use the hashtag #zamiguzmakers. I would love to see what you make.

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