Make the transition from winter to spring with these thirteen spring crochet patterns that include Valentine’s Day and Easter designs as well as patterns to keep you cozy while you wait for the sunshine.

Easter Bunny Crochet Garland

The Easter Bunny Crochet Garland is part of a collection of holiday and seasonal garlands from The Knotted Nest.

Nikki McMahon – The Knotted Nest

About the Pattern

The possibilities for these adorable crochet Easter Bunnies are up to you! They are fast to make and are perfect as an Easter basket gift or strung together as garland for decoration. You could even use them to add a sweet handmade touch to your nursery decor! Each bunny is made of two flat panels which are joined together and lightly stuffed.

About the Designer

Nikki is the the maker and designer behind The Knotted Nest. She’s on a mission to make old-timey crafts cool again! When there’s not a hook in her hand, you can find Nikki gardening, listening to audiobooks, or playing outside with her four crazy kiddos!

You can follow Nikki and The Knnotted Nest on Instagram and her website. You can also find more amazing patterns in her Etsy and Ravelry shops!

How to Get the Pattern

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The Tiny Dreamer Bag

Inspiration for this pattern came from my daughter! She is my rainbow baby and is at an age now where she just loves to fill up little bags to carry around with her. This Tiny Dreamer bag makes the perfect little tote for her and all of her things!

Allie Wasserman – Stuck on You Crochet

About the Pattern

The Tiny Dreamer bag is the cutest accessory for your favorite tiny tot. This bag is a quick project that uses worsted weight yarn and is a great stash-buster for scrap yarn! It works up quickly with endless color combinations and makes the perfect unique gift, last minute work-up, or market item! The pattern includes detailed instructions with photo tutorials and links to video tutorials.

About the Designer

Allie is the maker and designer behind Stuck on You Crochet. She is mama to three sweet kiddos and wife to one awesome husband. She enjoys making and designing creative pieces for kids to bring love and light into their lives. You can find her with baskets of WIPs strewn about the house and a list of future projects a mile long!

You can follow Allie and Stuck on You Crochet on Instagram and Facebook. Be sure to stop by her Etsy and Ravelry shops for more beautiful patterns as well!

Easter Pattern Bundle

Easter was always one of my favorite holidays growing up. Each year, I try to write up a new Easter-themed pattern.

Kathy Horvath – Kathy’s Kozies

About the Pattern

This bundle includes four patterns that are perfect for stuffing Easter Baskets and selling at spring markets. The Carrot Treat Bag can hold wrapped or unwrapped candies using a cone insert. The baby chick is super quick since it works up in one piece and requires NO sewing. It fits perfectly inside the broken egg shell that can also be used to hold candy. Last, but not least, my first published and most popular Egg Bunny Pattern is included. It is shown in worsted weight, but the pattern includes instructions to make it in blanket yarn. You can also find many mods to the pattern on my blog.

About the Designer

Kathy is the maker behind Kathy’s Kozies. Although her business has shifted to mostly laser-cut tags and buttons for your handmade goods, she still enjoys designing and crocheting.

You can follow Kathy and Kathy’s Kozies on Instagram and Facebook. She offers crochet patterns, laser-engraved products and more in her Etsy shop and on her website.

In Bloom Potholder and Coaster Pattern Bundle

My sister shared a photo of sunflowers and said, “Even on the darkest of days, remember to stand tall and find the sunlight.” I wanted to make a sunflower-inspired design that I could have all year ’round to remind me to find the light in any situation.

Katie Merrill – Tiny Farm Crafts

About the Pattern

These patterns feature floral-inspired accent pieces for your home. The design can be made in any worsted weight cotton yarn which provides durability and endless color options. The pattern is worked in rounds and builds up to create the layered floral design that peaks out from under dishes or mugs.

About the Designer

Katie is the designer behind Tiny Farm Crafts. Besides creating with yarn, she also does wood working and craft painting. When not crafting, she spends her time playing with her dogs and going on walks through the woods. She wants her designs to be pretty and practical for all makers.

You can find Katie and Tiny Farm Crafts on Instagram and her website or shop her other patterns in her Etsy and Ravelry shops!

Shamrock Potholder

I was in Ireland twenty years ago and absolutely loved the country, the people, and the music. I hope to go back one day…

Maria Jęczmyk – Pukapuka

About the Pattern

This potholder consists of two squares, one with a shamrock and the other striped. They are joined with single crochet stitches. The pattern uses the single crochet stitch throughout. The only minor difficulty might be changing colors, but the instructions are clear, and there’s a link to a video tutorial as well as some picture explanation. It uses scraps of sport weight cotton yarn.

About the Designer

Maria is the designer behind Pukapuka. She fell in love with crochet during her geography studies long ago, and now she unites maps, travels, and nature in her crochet patterns. This craft helps her stay sane in her big family, where she is surrounded almost constantly by her five kids who are wonderful, but very noisy people!

You can follow Maria and Pukapuka on Instagram and Facebook as well as shop her other fabulous designs in her shops on Etsy, Ravelry, and Love Crafts!

Lakeside Skirt

Originally, I had designed the Lakeside Shorts. As I was finishing up the pattern, I realized they could be easily modified into an adorable skirt. After a few adjustments, the Lakeside Skirt was born!

Rebekah Bowers – Warming the Heart

About the Pattern

This adorable skirt will become the favorite of any little girl who owns one. With a nice drape and adjustable waistband, it is great for a day at the lake, a cover-up at the beach, or a more dressy occasion such as church or a wedding. Pattern includes instructions for sizes 3 months to 11 years and has a scalloped edge.

About the Designer

Rebekah resides in Delaware with her husband and three daughters. She is the founder and owner of Warming the Heart and enjoys designing and making crocheted accessories. Some of her favorite pastimes include: snuggling up with a good book, researching heritage through genealogy, and eating all the delicious snacks.

You can follow Rebekah and Warming the Heart on Instagram and Facebook. Shop her amazing designs in her Etsy and Ravelry shop. You can also find her on her website.

Tamarisk Plant Hanger

I be-leaf in you! This pattern is inspired by an obsession with plant puns, a love of delicate textures, and a desire to mimic the functionality of macrame plant hangers.

Beth Henderson – Fig and Filament

About the Pattern

The Tamarisk Plant Hanger is a mason jar hanger made with fingering weight chainette or cotton yarn. It uses a combination of post stitches and regular stitches to create a macrame-inspired texture on a miniature scale.

About the Designer

Beth is the self-proclaimed Big Fig and Chief Filament Officer at Fig and Filament! She is an aspiring architect who appreciates the details of a well-designed artifact, whether that’s a building, a work of yarn, or still a figment of imagination. Her two little figlets love to help with her crochet work chiefly by inspecting whole skeins of yarn to make sure they’re free of knots and sometimes by storing hooks in locations so safe they’ll never be lost.

You can follow Beth and Fig and Filament on her Instagram page as well as shop her other designs in both her Etsy and Ravelry shops!

Sweet Pea Skirt

The textured cluster stitches and the picot mesh both mirror the shape of the sweet pea flower petals and provide a simple, yet interesting texture to the skirt.

Emily Crow – Crowchet Creations

About the Pattern

The Sweet Pea Skirt is an intermediate-rated crochet A-line skirt. This pattern includes instructions for adding an optional zipper and/or waistband to ensure the perfect fit and is sized from XS-5X. Its repeated stitches make this a simple, yet textured design that is sure to be a staple in your wardrobe. Made with worsted weight cotton yarn, this piece can easily transition into spring and summer.

About the Designer

Emily is the designer behind Crowchet Creations. She has been crocheting since she was nine years old but only recently started pattern design. Her favorite things (besides yarn) include being outdoors, spending time with family, and doing anything crafty. She loves crocheting classic pieces that fit in with a modern lifestyle.

You can find Emily and Crowchet Creations on her website as well as Instagram and Facebook. You can shop more of her amazing patterns in her Etsy and Ravelry shops.

Boho Heart Coasters

The greatest thing we can do is to help somebody know that they are loved and capable of loving.

Fred Rogers

About the Pattern

Next up on this list of spring crochet patterns is the Boho Heart Crochet Coaster pattern by yours truly! I love all things fringe, which makes this pattern one of my favorites to make. It uses worsted cotton yarn and can be made in a trio of colors as a gift set or a bundled set in an Etsy shop or market!

About the Designer

Sarah is the maker and designer behind A Plush Pineapple. She is a wife of fourteen years to her college sweetheart and momma to two awesome kiddos. When she is not crocheting, designing, or blogging, you can probably find her soaking up the sun or eating seafood. Her goal as a designer is that love, sunshine, and pineapples make their way into the hearts and homes of all who make her designs.

You can find lots of fun and free patterns here on her website. There are links to A Plush Pineapple on Etsy and Ravelry for more PDF versions as well as a link to join the Facebook group on the welcome page!

Pin My Heart Cushion

The inspiration behind this pattern is my grandma, a retired tailoress, who used to have these lace pincushions that she used all the time. So, I got the idea to design something to remind me of them, but to also express my love for her.

Ana-Maria – Crochet Highway

About the Pattern

The Pin My Heart Cushion combines the vintage look of days past with a fresh burst of color with pop culture vibes! The pattern includes detailed instructions, a bunch of tips and tricks, as well as step-by-step pictures to help you along the way. The main techniques used are the bobble stitch and color changes.

About the Designer

Ana-Maria is the designer and maker behind Crochet Highway. She taught herself how to crochet over ten years ago, and she hasn’t stopped ever since. She likes to combine classic and modern styles in her designs. While she enjoys challenging and engaging projects, where there’s always something new to learn, she also relishes the rhythmic and therapeutic process of crochet to unwind and relax. She believes every complicated thing can be easy to understand if explained well. She aims to help makers overcome the hurdles of being a beginner crocheter and create breathtaking and eye-catching projects.

You can find Ana-Maria and Crochet Highway on Instagram and Facebook. You’ll also want to shop her Ravelry shop and subscribe to her website for more great patterns!

Crafty Bama Stitch Slouchy Boot Cuffs

The inspiration for these boot cuffs comes from the pattern series called the Bama Stitch.

Rebecca Hodo – Crafty Bama Stitch

About the Pattern

The Bama Stitch Slouchy Boot Cuffs are here! These lovely crochet wearables can be used for fashion and function. Keep those legs and ankles warm. Make them in color or stay with the neutrals. STEP UP your boot game this season with these boot cuffs! They are created to be slouchy around the outside with another pattern, Bama Stitch Boot Cuffs, that can go inside your boot and fold down. Crochet them for yourself, or gift them to someone with a fall birthday! This pattern features texture and the ability to be worked in one piece. It is worked with worsted weight yarn and a 6mm hook.

About the Designer

Rebecca is the designer behind Crafty Bama Stitch. Her aim is to make you feel beautiful, optimistic, and loved. She seeks to complete your outfit with unique clothing items. When she started to crochet, it was to find a hobby to keep busy, however, it quickly blossomed into a passion. She is striving everyday to turn this hobby business into a successful business. When she is not designing or crocheting she maintains her household and raises her children.

You can find Rebecca and Crafty Bama Stitch on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest. Shop her other patterns in her Etsy or Ravelry shop as well!

Crossed Pair Headband

I was inpsired by a cute sailor’s knot accessory made with t-shirt scraps and wanted to give it a go in yarn!

Kelsie Weeks – Crafting for Weeks

About the Pattern

This cozy earwarmer uses less than one skein of Lion Brand Wool Ease yarn (back for a limited time!) and features a fun sailor’s knot accent. Not only is this pattern cute, but it works up quickly! PLUS it’s available in 10 sizes ranging from Newborn to Adult Large.

About the Designer

Kelsie is the maker and designer behind Crafting for Weeks. She’s the “Crochet-at-Home Mom” of 3 (almost 4!) kiddos. When she’s not wearing her “mom” hat, she’s probably crocheting a new one! Her favorite activities include taking care of her many houseplants, crochet + Netflix, and trying out new craft projects.

You can find Kelsie and Crafting for Weeks at her website where she has many other free patterns and resources. You can also shop PDF versions of her patterns in her Etsy and Ravelry shops. Follow her on Instagram and Facebook for news and updates!

Bonfire Mitts

One of my family’s favourite activities is having campfires in our backyard fire pit.

Janine Mudge – Capital Crochet

About the Pattern

These cozy fitted mitts are the perfect accessory for transitioning between seasons. The pattern uses DK weight yarn and fits three different hand circumferences (measured around base of the fingers). These mitts are great for beginners, and the unique Tunisian stitch is well-suited for both solid colour and variegated yarn.

About the Designer

Janine of Capital Crochet is a designer, tech editor, and pattern tester. She is unapologetically obsessed with all things yarn, but she also enjoys spending time with her family outdoors. Poised to complete a Psychology/Neuroscience degree in 2021, she hopes to have more time to devote to her blog and pattern designing after graduation.

You can visit Janine and Capital Crochet at her website as well as shop her many other designs in her Etsy and Ravelry shops!

That’s all for now! Check back throughout the month of February to meet the next designer and find an amazing pattern discount!

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Sarah is the maker and designer behind A Plush Pineapple. She is a wife of thirteen years to her college sweetheart and momma to two awesome kiddos. When she is not crocheting, designing, or blogging, you can probably find her soaking up the sun or eating seafood. Her goal as a designer is that love, sunshine, and pineapples make their way into the hearts and homes of all who make her designs.