Colorful Spring Crochet Projects

Hello all – it’s Bev from Flamingo Toes here with you for today’s Must Have Craft Tips post! I’ve gathered up some of my favorite Spring Crochet Projects for you today. There are so many cute projects here and a lot of them are perfect for beginners. Spring is a great time to start a new hobby!

Let’s dive right in shall we?

Spring Blossom Coasters

Rainbow Ruffle Blanket

Dainty Daisy Bookmarks

Colorful Nesting Baskets

Happy Flower Coasters

Crochet Lovebirds

Pretty Pastel Cushions

Little Crochet Roses

Ruffle Bag (wouldn’t this be great in a mint color for Spring?)

Crochet Heart with Daisy Center

Colorful Dishcloth

Crochet Jellyfish

Clamshell Throw

Sweet Crochet Daisies

Aren’t they all so sweet?!

Come back next week for more fun projects for Spring!

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25 Crochet Projects for Beginners

I have wanted to learn how to crochet since I was a little girl. My great grandmother crocheted me the prettiest afghan when I was 5 years old and it’s still a loved and cherished blanket in our home. For the past few years, my sisters in law have bought me hooks, looms, books, yarn, etc. but I just never made the time. Once I picked my one little word for this year, I decided right then I was going to teach myself to crochet this year. Learning new things makes me happy and well, happy people shine brighter I’m told.  

So I’ve started watching YouTube videos (check out Crochet Guru) and I actually picked up my hook and yarn and crocheted a chain, double chain, and a few other things that I can’t remember the names of *wink*. But I’m determined to learn and *shine* at it. So of course I started pinning crochet inspiration…things I can’t wait to learn how to make… and I thought I’d share them with you! Check out these 25 Crochet Projects for Beginners. 

25 Crochet Projects


I can’t wait to dive into these projects! Thanks so much to all of the talented ladies who share their patterns, tutorials, and tips with us beginners. Tutorials take a lot of time…not to mention photography, photo editing, and blog writing. 

Are you a crochet-er? What’s your favorite thing to crochet?

If you liked these projects, you can follow my Crochet Your Heart Out board on Pinterest for more inspiration!