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Spring’s Cutest Crochet Projects

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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at GCU chapter.

Spring has finally sprung. Now that the days are getting longer and it is finally starting to warm up (at least in Arizona), it is time to start crocheting to prepare for the new season. While many people may think of crocheting as a fall and winter activity, there are spring and summer crochet projects too! From granny square bucket hats to market bags, there are many projects that are perfect for rocking your springtime festivities. Here are a couple of crochet projects to make this spring.

Fruit Jam Bags

Created by Sprout and Fae, these cute crossbody bags are the perfect way to complete your spring look. Resembling a jar of jam, these bags are the perfect size to fit all your smaller necessities, including your keys, wallet and phone. What makes this pattern unique is that there are five different fruit appliqué patterns to choose from: strawberry, blueberry, peach, kiwi and citrus. So, go and live out your cottagecore dreams by making this bag.

Daisy Granny Square Bandanas

Recently, granny squares have become increasingly popular. From traditional granny squares to sunflower granny squares, they are super versatile and easy to make. With this daisy granny square pattern, this bandana by High Level Bandanas is a cute and fashionable accessory for all your cute spring outfits. And for bonus points, this pattern also includes an adorable pattern for a smaller bandana so you can match with your furry friend!

Strawberry Book Sleeve

I don’t know about you, but strawberries remind me of spring. As a bookworm, I am always terrified of damaging my books. A book sleeve is handy when you want to take your books on the go. This strawberry-patterned book sleeve, created by One Stop Wonders, is a berry cute way to protect your books to avoid them being damaged while traveling or on the go.

Tulip Print Water Bottle Holder

While strawberries are cute, there is nothing more representative of the spring season than flowers. This tulip print crossbody water bottle cover pattern is an adorable way to stay hydrated for those warmer spring days. The available pattern is completely customizable for you and your size water bottle. And, if you love this tulip stitch pattern, there are many other ways you can incorporate this stitch into other projects, like tote bags and coffee cozies. Now, there is no excuse not to drink water.

Daisy Flower Coasters

These adorable flower coasters have been all over Instagram and TikTok recently, and there is a reason why. These beginner-friendly daisy crochet coasters make perfect dorm room décor to show off to your friends. Something cool about these coasters is that you can personalize them to any set of colors you want. I am always looking for free patterns for any of my crochet projects. The fact that the pattern for these coasters is free makes me want to make these coasters more. The creator, HayHay Crochet, has both written and video instructions on her blog. So, for people who have difficulty reading crochet patterns, you can still make these coasters.

There are so many patterns out there for you to try. So, grab your hooks and have fun crocheting!

Ireland has always loved words, telling stories and being creative. This is why she is majoring in Professional Writing with a minor in Advertising and Graphic Design at GCU. When she is not writing (which is rare), you can usually find her nose inside a book, crocheting, drinking chai tea lattes or spending time with her tight-knit family and her dog named Lilly.