Can you believe it’s already MAY???
I hope you have been enjoying some extra crochet time like me (although, if you are one of the amazing souls who has been working this whole time to keep the world running, THANK YOU!
You deserve a crochet break even more than the rest of us.)
With Mother’s Day around the corner and many of us still limited with the yarn we can buy, I wanted to put together a helpful list of patterns you can make for gifts with less yarn.
I asked some other designers to share with me their patterns that are FREE
and work up quick. They reached out to me with some unique and beautiful ideas that I hope will be flying off your hooks this week in time for Mother’s Day. These area all great for spring and summer gifts as well.
Chapstick holder keychain
Pocket Wall Hanging Organizer
Gnome Wine Bottle Topper
Luxe Spa Headband
I can’t wait til the spas and salons can reopen where I live, and maybe your special mama needs to create a Spa-At-Home day. This headband is a great addition to a goodie basket of things to spoil her. Grab the pattern by Through the Loop now.
Crochet Plant Hanger
I know I have been spending a little extra time making my home cozy, including adding some plants around my house. This plant hanger pattern by Sun and Stitch is gorgeous and would look great with a new planty gift inside!
Farmhouse Inspired Cotton Coasters
Magic Cup Carpet Mug Rugs
This pattern is is from yours truly at Crochet Boss – I was inspired by hand-tied rugs to create this bumpy texture. This mug rug/cup carpet looks great in any yarn and has some fringe benefits. 😉
(I couldn’t help myself)
One Skein Wonder Cowl LITE
Maybe your special mama lives somewhere where it’s still a little breezy? This lite cowl pattern by Bella’s Custom Crochets is made with DK yarn and is perfect to keep warm on those brisk morning jobs or trips to the farmers’ market.
Sunny Day Placemat
Mother's Day Cactus
The Farm Market Bag
Carnation Coaster Set
Ribbed Edge Dishcloth
Unicorn Coffee Sleeve
I’m going to be honest with you – I’ve STILL not tried Tunisian crochet (I’m scared,) but this texture makes me want to go for it. If the mama you love lives where it is chillier, work up this gorgeous pattern by One Little Hook.