31 Crochet Patterns to Make That Are Perfect For Early Spring!

31 Crochet Patterns to Make That Are Perfect For Early Spring!
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Are you looking for some fun crochet projects that are perfect makes for Spring and Easter? I have 31 perfect crochet patterns for you below.

These patterns all feature in the Spring Fling Event during March 2023.

Spring is a season that is full of promise. The weather starts to warm and we are sure that those cold dark days of winter are eventually behind us. The snowdrops and bluebells start to sprout and bloom and lambing season is just around the corner! If you celebrate, there is also Easter to look forward to.

The Spring Fling Event

Every day throughout March 2023 there will a different crochet pattern available as a FREE PDF download for 24 hours.

Each is a perfect crochet pattern for spring. Most are quick projects that you can crochet in a day or less. A couple are easter themed.

So there should be something for everyone here.


How it works:

  • Each day throughout March 2023 a different featured pattern will be available as a FREE PDF download for 24 hours.
  • Patterns will be updated at 10am GMT each day throughout the month.
  • Scroll the list of patterns below to get to that day’s pattern and make a note of the coupon code (if there is one) then click the photo to be taken to the designers blog post or shop.
  • If you are taken to a blog, look for the download button. This is a special event button and will look something like this:
Please note, this button will not work! This is what you are looking for.

2 ways to join in the fun:

There are 2 ways to join in the fun!

  1. Collect the pdf patterns as they become available each day. All you need to do is scroll down to that square’s photo, grab the code and click the photo to be taken to the link you need.
  2. Don’t want to wait for the patterns to become available? Want to start your favourites right now? Concerned you may miss something by collecting them one by one? That’s OK! There is an e-book available for you to purchase for an amazing $12.99! That works out at less than $0.42 per pattern!!!

To check out the bundle with no obligation to purchase you can click the button below.

Never miss a pattern:

If you would like an email each day a pattern is released so you don’t miss any of them you can sign up to my Events and CALs email. This is different from my standard newsletter which is issued usually once a week (occasionally twice). My emails have coupon codes for discounted patterns, competitions and more.

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Let’s move onto the good stuff …

The Patterns:

Day 1 – Braided Basket by Jo’s Crafty Hook

This basket uses the bean stitch to produce that gorgeous texture. Whether you use it for decoration or to gift to children it is perfect!

Click the photo to go to Jo’s blog post where the pattern is forever free on her blog post.

Day 2 – Spring Tee Shawl by Canoe Mtn Designs

The stitch combination used in this design is perfect for spring. With just a little bit of lacy texture it will keep the chill off and look fabulous.

This is a paid pattern only. Click the photo to go to the blog post with the link you need to purchase this one.

Day 3 – Spiral Springtime Bunting by Cosy Rosie UK

This bunting is perfect for spring. I especially love the full tassels on the bottom!

I like the idea of using this in the garden, but it will also be perfect for children’s bedrooms, playrooms, nurseries and much more!

This pattern will be forever free on the blog post.

Click the photo to visit Fiona’s blog post

Day 4 – Bunny Butt Coasters by Emerald Cherub Crochet

This is an adorable pattern that is perfect for Spring or Easter Celebrations! The base of the coaster is large enough that the small pom pom tail does not interfere with use. Or omit the pom pom and sew a face on for a cute bunny coaster or hot pad!

Click the photo to go to the pattern listing.

Day 5 – Blooming Grace Basket by OwensVillaChick Designs

This is a choose your own adventure style pattern. It features the link stitch, hdc clusters, puff stitch and tunisian simple stitch. The leaves and flowers are worked into the front and top of the link stitch, giving the basket some great texture and intrigue.

Day 6 – Easter Basket Purse Pattern by Kathy’s Kozies

This Easter Basket Purse has several options to complete different looks. Make it in a solids color, 2 tone (color changing video is included) add a ribbon woven though or leave it plain. Perfect accesory for your little ones Easter outfit!

This is a free pattern on Kathy’s blog.

Click the photo to be taken to the blog post.

Day 7 – Nesting Baskets by Carroway Crochet

Crochet Baskets are so soft and comforting and add a great feel to your home at Easter.

These will work up quickly and can be used for so many things!

This is a free pattern on Pam’s blog post.

Day 8 – Heidi Wrap by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

This is now a free pattern on my blog post.

There is a gorgeous simple elegance to this wrap pattern. And the drape just emphasises this when made with fingering weight yarn but you can also use #3 weight (DK)

With a 4 row repeat this one is not a complicated pattern. Adventurous / confident beginners can give it a go.

He Is Risen mosaic basket by Remington Lane Crochet

The He Is Risen basket is perfect for the Easter season! Using overlay mosaic in the round, it works up quickly and with virtually no yarn tails to weave in.

This is a free pattern on Remington Lane Crochet’s website.

To check out the bundle with no obligation to purchase you can click the button below.

Day 10 – Field of Daisies Cowl by MadameStitch

The Field of Daisies Cowl is a beautiful stylish accessory that can add a touch of sophistication to any outfit. The gentle drape of the cowl provides just enough coverage when the weather is bit cool.

This is a free pattern on the blog post

Day 11 – Cross Wall Hanging by Regina P Designs

Looking for something special to add to your Easter decor this year? How about this super cute but simple rustic style cross?

Day 12 – Turtle Egg Cover from My Crafty Pursuits

This cute egg cover makes a great addition to your easter egg hunts. And with 3 sizes your little ones will adore searching for these turtles.

This is a free pattern on the blog post.

Day 13 – Spring Tulip Basket by Simply Melanie Jane

The Spring Tulip Basket is perfect for your Easter decor and beyond. Fill it with candy. Place a small potted plant inside it. The best part of this pattern, it includes instructions for two basket sizes and an egg cozy.

This is now a free pattern on Melanie’s blog post.

Day 14 – Hope Bookmark by Pams Cozy Corner

A simple, quick, and fun bookmark to use while relaxing and reading your favorite books.

What colours will you make yours in?

This is a free pattern on Pam’s blog post.

Day 15 – Mini Easter Basket and Mini Easter eggs by Crafting Each Day

Make a cute mini crochet Easter basket and fill it with mini eggs for a quick and easy project! You can whip up a basket and eggs in less than a day and have a quick Easter decoration.

This is a free pattern on the blog post

Day 16 – Summer Breeze Poncho by Ambassador Crochet

What a cute idea to have a poncho written for ages 4-6 and 8-10 year olds and also have the matching poncho for their favourite 18″ doll!!

This is a free pattern on Kristine’s blog post.

Day 17 – Bee Worry Worm by Start Crochet

This little crochet bee pattern is an adaptation of the popular crochet worry worms. It’s an ideal project for Random Acts of Crochet Kindness or as a small gift for kids who suffer from worries, anxiety, or loneliness.

This is a free pattern on the blog post.

Day 18 – Mini Creamsicle Bunny by Kat’s Krafty Crochet Korner

This adorable pint sized bunny rabbit is the perfect size for your Little’s baskets this year, and are mostly NO-SEW to boot!

This is a paid pattern on Ravelry. Click the photo to check it out.

Day 19 – Spring Breeze No-Fall Shawl by Straight Hooked

Love shawls but hate when they fall of and land in the mud? The Spring Breeze (no-fall) Shawl is the answer! This cozy shawl has sleeves so even if it slips off your shoulders, it won’t hit the ground. This pattern utilizes Straight Hooked’s signature Dolphin Stitch and is so fun to make!

This is a paid pattern only – click the photo to check it out.

To check out the bundle with no obligation to purchase you can click the button below.

Day 20 – Spring Flowerpot Cozy by Bizzy Crochet and Design

This cute Springtime Flowerpot Cover featuring the African Flower Motif is just the thing to brighten up any table. It is perfect for use indoors and out (it’s easy to throw in the washer if it gets dirty).

Click the photo to be taken to the Ravelry listing!

Day 21 – Harlow Wall Hanging by Juniper and Oakes

I love the simplicity of this wall hanging, and the fact that it is unisex.

You can theme it with nursery colours, team colours, favourite colours or just yarn from your scrap bucket!

Click the photo to be taken to the free pattern on Erin’s blog post.

Day 22 – Bunny Pillow by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

This easy corner to corner project is a great Spring make! Gift it to the children at Easter or add a touch of Spring to your home decor. It would also make a cute addition to a woodland themed nursery!

New to corner to corner? This pattern is part of my learn to corner to corner course – I make pretty much every stitch with you! You can find the course here if you want more information.

This is a free pattern on the blog.

Day 23 – Easter Bunny Potholder by Raffamusa Designs

The Bunny Potholder is a cute and sweet pattern that is going to bring all the Spring vibes into your kitchen décor. Made in tapestry crochet, this hot pad has a solid and thick fabric, which is ideal for some real fun Easter baking!

This is a free pattern on the blog post. Click the picture to check it out.

Day 24 – Butterfly Baby Dress by My Fingers Fly

Lovely baby girl’s crocheted dress pattern with dozens of 3-dimensional butterflies flitting across the skirt in Baby Bee Sweet Delight yarn. Small flower buttons on the back and purple ribbon accents at waist and sleeves. Pattern includes 3 month, 6 month and 9-12 month sizes.

This is a paid pattern on Ravelry.

Click the photo to be taken to the listing.

Day 25 – Jimbo the Bunny by Boy Mom Crochet Life

Easter comes all year with this adorable bunny amigurumi! It works up quick as a great last minute basket addition.

This is a free pattern on the designer’s blog post.

Day 26 – Spring Blossom Bracelet by The Crafty Therapist

This pretty flower bracelet is easy to make and fastens with a simple button closure. It’s perfect to make as a gift or as a quick accessory to wear yourself.

To get this pdf click the photo and then click on the Add to your Ravelry Favs link

Coupon Code – SPRING23

Problems with Ravelry?

Not all of the patterns featured in this event will be Ravelry downloads! Some may be direct downloads from the designer’s site. However, if it is a Ravelry Pattern and you are having issues getting the code to work there are a couple of things you can try:

  1. By far the biggest issue is that when using a direct link to a pattern Ravelry often signs people out. At the point of entering the coupon code please double check that you are signed into Ravelry! This is almost always what the problem is.
  2. If you have checked that you are logged in please check that the coupon code is correct and that there are no spaces hidden at the beginning or end of the coupon code. This can happen especially of you copy and paste the code.

To check out the bundle with no obligation to purchase you can click the button below.

11 thoughts on “31 Crochet Patterns to Make That Are Perfect For Early Spring!”

  • Helen, I have found if going straight from Facebook to the link for the pattern and going to ravelry I get bumped out. When I get to the pattern I tap the 3 dots and click on open system browser and there I am logged in. I don’t have any problem if going from your emails to ravelry.

    • Unfortunately Ravelry does like to log people out especially when using an external direct link so you need to check whether you are logged in at the point of entering the code. It’s a bit annoying at times! But this is handy to know. Thank you Michele

      • I’m glad I figured that out because it was annoying! I’ve been just looking at the events from your daily email. Thank you so much for sending the links everyday. Have a great week!

  • I cannot for the life of me get this free pattern. You click on the pic and there’s no info (that I can see) to get the pattern or where to click! If you hit the ‘download”, it takes you to the paid pattern where there is a code space, but in her comments above it says no code required!!! Help! Time is running out!

    • Hi Diana, I responded to one of your comments in fb too 😊 if you click the photo of the wrap it takes you to my blog post about it. The button you need is at the bottom of that post. It is white with little purple flowers on the bottom half. This take you to an about me page and the file is at the bottom of that page to download directly into your device. The shop buttons will not get you the free pdf pattern

  • Thank you Debbie for the Daisy scarf! It looks beautiful. My Nana’s name was Daisy so I will be able to think of her often with this one!

  • I’m not getting all my notifications of the different bog hps after I have signed up, Do I need to sign up every day. I missed yesterdays spring blog hop. I haven’t had this problem in the past. My email hasn’t changed.

    • Hi Susan, my email system is showing that you marked my daily emails as spam on Saturday 12th but then resubscribed to the events email yesterday. Perhaps you accidentally clicked the spam button? Fingers crossed re-subscribing helped. Helen

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