Lightweight Crochet Scarves for Spring

The early days of spring can be tricky. Still chilly but not quite cold enough for a thick and cozy scarf. I’ve put together a collection of crochet scarves that would be perfect for milder days that are still a bit cool and breezy. These designs were contributed by fellow designers in the crochet community and are all made using DK or sock weight yarn so they’re light, airy and perfect for spring. Oh….did I mention they’re also free?

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15 Crochet Hexagon Patterns to Make

Crochet hexagons are one of my favourite things to make. They’re quick, easy and can be used to make a ton of different projects. Make one for cute coaster or to keep under your plant pots. Make a whole bunch and stitch them together for items like table runners and placemats. Crochet a bunch to make a blanket! There are even patterns available that teach you how to turn hexagons into cardigans which is so cool and practical.

I’ve compiled a list of free crochet hexagon patterns to share with you today. There are a ton of great ideas and I’ve even included a tutorial on how to make a simple crochet hexie.

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15 Crochet patterns that use the lemon peel stitch

The lemon peel stitch is a wonderfully simple stitch combination and works up beautifully within designs. It has a great texture and the stitch repetition is simple when worked in continuous rows or rounds making it relaxing and enjoyable.

I’ve compiled a collection of 15 crochet patterns that use the lemon peel stitch. If this stitch is new to you, I have also included a link to my tutorial. It’s one of my favourites and I think you’ll also have fun with it.

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