52 Free Spring Crochet Patterns

Collage of 8 photos of crochet projects appropriate for spring including a yellow headband, tan lace hair kerchief, colorful glasses cases, a blue and white purse, a lace wrap, a colorwork bag, an off-white tee, and blue and orange coasters. An aqua panel in the center with text reads: May Makes Blog Hop.

May Makes Blog Hop

Welcome to the May Makes Blog Hop, a collection of spring crochet patterns that will rotate throughout the month of May. Each week will bring you a new selection of free crochet pattern downloads!

Here’s how it works:

  1. Come to this post each week this month to get links to all the free patterns for the week.
  2. Write down the coupon code for the week. It will be different for each week of the blog hop.
  3. Click the link in this post for each pattern you want.
  4. Find the download button in the designer’s post and click it (some links may take you directly to Ravelry to get the download).
  5. Use the coupon code at checkout to get the download free.
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Week of May 1-7

For all the free patterns this week you will use the coupon code MADEINMAY.

First up for this week, we have the Free As A Breeze Tee from Carroway Crochet, who organized this fun blog hop! This tee is a perfect first sweater project because of it’s simple design!

Woman wearing a crochet tee with cap sleeves.

Next is the Easy Sunglass Cases from Loops and Love Crochet. These colorful cases are so bright and cheerful, and an easy, quick gift for anyone you love!

Three colorful glasses cases and 6 skeins of yarn, a crochet hook, and sunglasses on a white surface.

Dahlia Wrap is designed by DeniMade. This lacy wrap looks perfect for draping around your shoulders on a chilly spring evening!

A woman in a dark dress showing a lacy crochet wrap stretch across her back and outstretched arms. She wears a dark colored dress and stands on a walkway with iron railing.

Little Dragonfly Scarf is brought to us by MadameStitch. This simple granny stitch scarf is a perfect fit for a colorful yarn! Keep the scarf handy for chilly air conditioned rooms or evenings out!

Yellow and purple granny stitch crochet scarf on a wooden background.

Blue Star Crochet is the designer of the Lipa Backpack. This tapestry crochet drawstring bag is the perfect way to carry your things while you are enjoying the beautiful weather outdoors!

Black and gray tapestry crochet drawstring bag on dark gray carpet with a gray painted wall behind it. A person in black pants and red converse tennis shoes stands next to it.

The Sunday Clutch is from The Loophole Fox. This dainty purse will be a light accessory to carry out on a date, to the prom, or on any special occasion! I think I might do as the name suggests and carry it to church on Sunday!

A square purse with a long strap being held by a person in a coral dress and blue shirt. The crochet purse is made in two shades of blue and has a flap folding over the top secured by a button. Text reads: LF crochet patterns.

Next up is my own design, Marietta Kerchief! Make this lacy head scarf for wearing on road trips, to festivals, or to picnics.

A girl sitting on a bench by the water wearing a tan lace crochet hair kerchief and a white top. Text reads: Banana Moon Studio.

The Apache Tears Mug Rugs are from My Crochet Space. I’ve actually never tried this stitch pattern before, but I love how it looks! This cute little pattern could be perfect any any number of color combos, but I’m envisioning red, white, and blue for Independence Day!

Two rectangular coasters, or "mug rugs." One is turquoise and white and the other is orange and white with short fringe along two opposite ends of each. A white and gold mug sits on the orange coaster.

The Granny Triangle Bandana is from designer My Fingers Fly. I love hair kerchiefs, as you may have noticed from my own design above. With this second head scarf, you have choices! I might make some of each to take with me camping or to fiber shows this summer!

Two granny stitch hair kerchiefs with chain stitch ties on them. One kerchief is solid red and the other is made in a striping yarn with yellow, pink, blue, and gray. Both sit on a wooden surface.

Tumblebee Bumble Bee is from Off the Hook For You. I know that bumble bee amigurumi are all the rage right now, but I’m out of the loop enough to not know why, lol! But, I feel sure that someone you love will love this little cutie!

Crochet amigurumi bumble bee in yellow and black with plastic safety eyes and an embroidered smile. A hand is holding it.

Pine Tree Crochet designed this Star Cat Toy that your furry friends will love! I might make one for my own cat, Stella! Have you ever spotted her in one of my YouTube videos? I used to do most of my videos outside and she routinely comes up to me meowing while I’m outside.

Green crochet star outlined in red surface slip stitches. It sits on a white surface next to the feet of a calico cat.

Lastly for week 1 is the Iris Headband from Sunflower Cottage Crochet. This bright headband will be a quick-finish project to enjoy this spring!

bright orangey yellow crochet headband over someone's brown hair.

Week of May 8-14

Photo collage of crochet projects including a gray crochet tablet sleeve, a green lace crochet poncho, a pink and gray crochet wrap, yellow and pink crochet face scrubbies, a multi-colored granny stitch wall hanging, a white and gray amigurumi puppy, an orange openwork wrap, and a taco dish scrubby. The middle block is purple with white text that reads: May Makes Blog Hop Week 2.

It’s time for week 2 of the May Makes Blog Hop! This week’s coupon code is MAYMAKER and this week’s batch of free spring crochet patterns includes 14 great projects to start today!

To get the free patterns, make note of the coupon code for the week, click the pattern link button for each pattern you want, find the download button in the designer’s post, and use the coupon code at checkout. Enjoy!

First is the Crochet Bookmark From Pine Tree Crochet. This could make an excellent teacher appreciation or end-of-school-year gift!

Crochet striped bookmarks in blue and gray or red and gray on top of a book. Text reads: Pine Tree Crochet.

This spring crochet pattern is Irelyn Wrap from Through the Loop Yarn Craft. With that very open stitch pattern, it makes an excellent warm weather layering piece!

Orange openwork crochet wrap on a mannequin in front of trees.

Warmest Feet Ever Slipper Socks may not work for everyone in the spring, but I always seem to have freezing cold feet no matter the temperature outside! Anyone else? I would love having these to wear to bed at night!

Gray crochet booties on a white background.

Next up is Puppy Amigurumi from Loops & Love Crochet! This cute little toy would make a great gift for your favorite little person!

White and gray crochet amigurumi puppy.

Juniper Wall Hanging is a beautiful boho style granny stitch wall-hanging from DeniMade! I could see hanging this beauty in my entryway! Where will you put yours?

White, dark gray, and terra cotta striped granny stitch crochet wall hanging with fringe, tassels, and wooden beads hanging on a red brick wall. White panel with purple text reads: Juniper wall hanging. DeniMade.

Tablet Envelope from MadameStitch makes a great spring project. Crocheting useful and decorative items like bags, cases, and wall-hangings are great ways to keep the crojo going all summer long!

Gray crochet tablet sleeve with a red tablet on a wooden background.

Blue Star Crochet is the designer of the Selene Cardigan. This is a lovely, classic openwork cardigan that would be so pretty over a sundress, or for wearing to a wedding this spring or summer!

Woman wearing an off-white lace crochet cardigan over black shirt and jeans.

Next, I’m happy to share with you that my Pensacola Poncho is one of this week’s free spring crochet patterns to download! This linen poncho is made in beautiful Bruges lace. Video tutorial included!

Woman wearing a green, blue, and yellow bruges lace crochet poncho over a pale green shirt. Text reads: Banana Moon Studio.

Primavera Shawl is from My Crochet Space. Why not start on a fall crochet project now? That way you can take your time and still have it ready when the weather gets chilly again!

Pink, gray, black, and white striped crochet wrap hanging over the back of a gray chair with wooden floor, white wall, and potted plants in the background.

Make your beauty routine more environmentally friendly with the Radiance Face Scrubbies from The Loophole Fox. It will make every day feel like spa day when you use these beautiful little crocheted scrubbies to clean your face!

Sunflower yellow and dusty pink crochet face scrubbies on a marble counter with a basket and a container nearby. A circle with text in the corner that reads: LF Crochet Patterns.

Taco Scrubby is a fun kitchen project from My Fingers Fly. I have a particular friend that really loves tacos that I think of when I see these. Maybe I need to make them as a gift for her!

Crochet taco made in textured scrubby yarn with an aqua soap dish and bar of white soap.

Off The Hook For You is the designer of Oval Stair Baskets. Living in a home with stairs myself, I can say that these are a very good idea! I frequently pick things up in the living room that my kiddos need to take upstairs, and now their things can go in their baskets!

Copper colored and red oval crochet baskets sitting on brown carpeted stairs. White panel with purple text that reads: Oval crochet stair baskets. Off The Hook For You.

The Scrappy Block Scarf from Sunflower Cottage Crochet could be a great way to use up scraps! That counts as spring cleaning, right?!

Woman wearing a white, green, and pink crochet scarf over a long-sleeved white t-shirt in the woods.

Last we have the Maggie Shawl from Pam’s Cozy Corner. I could keep a lightweight shawl like this one handy at my desk for those days that the AC and I aren’t on the same page.

Striped blue and brown crochet shawl on a white mannequin in front of a brown brick wall.

Week of May 15-21

It’s week 3 of the May Makes Blog Hop now! This week there are 13 free spring crochet patterns for you to download free! This week’s coupon code is MAKEITINMAY.

To get these patterns free, make a note of the coupon code, click the buttons for the patterns you want to go to the designer’s post or listing. Find the download button in their post, or if the button takes you straight to their listing, you don’t need to find the download button. When you check out, use the coupon code and your download will be free!

First we have Cupcake Amigurumi from Loops and Love Crochet! This would make a cute gift to send to someone from far away for their birthday, when sending an actual cake with a lit candle would be impossible.

Three crochet cupcakes with fake lit candles on top, one in pink, purple, and teal. All on a wooden surface. Small blue heart logo with words in the corner that says: Loops & Love.

Next up is Paisley Project Bag from DeniMade. This could be a handy way to carry your project with you on the go, or anything else you want to take with you.

Black crochet bag with stripes of bright pink, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. It hangs over a person's arm with a string coming out of it. The person wears a white shirt and jeans and stands in front of bar stools and tables.

The Jeans Triangle Scarf from MadameStitch makes a great casual accessory when it’s just a bit chilly. I might wear it with jeans and a t-shirt when a spring evening is a little colder than the day.

Blue crochet triangular scarf on a black and white damask mannequin. There is a white, wall, a window, and a hanging plant in the background.

Blue Star Crochet designed the Midnight Walk Ponchette. This is also a great spring evening layering piece, with a little more coverage and a more elegant look to it.

Dark sage green lacy poncho with a ribbed collar on a hanger in front of an off-white wall.

The Afternoon Market Bag from The Loophole Fox makes a great reusable bag for trips to the farmers market or other weekend errands!

Colorful mesh crochet bag in orange, pink, green, and blue with fresh vegetables and herbs in it hanging in front of a wooden wall with plants at the bottom.

The next free pattern this week is from me! My Plastic Baskets are a marvelous spring cleaning project. You’ll recycle and use up that stash of plastic bags you have, and make yourself baskets for organizing odds and ends while you’re at it!

Two crochet baskets made of recycled plastic grocery bags. One basket is slightly larger than the other. Both hold balls and skeins of yarn in brown, blue, cream, and pink. Both sit on a dark wooden table and their is a quilt in the background.

My Crochet Space is the designer of this simple crochet potholder pattern. This easy pattern will be perfect for near beginners, and you can add a touch of the handmade to your kitchen!

Bright yellow and olive green crochet potholders made in single crochet stitch with an edging and hanging loop.

Pam’s Cozy Corner brings us the Golden Glamour Lacy Scarf. A lacy scarf like this one is a wonderful spring accessory to add color to your outfit without adding warmth.

Light golden colored lacy crochet scarf laying on a flat, white surface with a loop in the middle.

The Caia Mug Rug from Through the Loop Yarn Craft could make a small boho accent peace in your space. Use them to keep your tables dry when it’s warm outside.

Two rectangular coasters with fringe on the sides. One is white, the other is white with pink and green and has a glass of tea sitting on it. There is also a basket of Bernat yarn. All sit on a distressed wooden surface.

This pone or glasses case is from Sunflower Cottage Crochet. What a great way to protect your glasses lenses or phone screen in the console of your car or the depths of your purse!

Crochet phone case in a bright variegated yarn of blue, pink, purple, green, and yellow with a yellow crochet flap that folds over the top and a button. It sits on a bright orange background.

The Leaf Sprout Cable Tie is from Once Upon A Cheerio. It could also be used as a bookmark. What an ingenious idea!

A small crochet chain loop with two crochet leaves at the top. The loop is wrapped around a folded up iphone cord. Both sit on a white, flat surface.

Sunshine Baby Hat from My Fingers Fly is a bright, sweet hat for your own little sunshine!

Three yellow baby hats in varying sizes sitting on a white fur background. Each hat has scallops starting at the brim on one side, going across the crown, and ending at the brim on the other side.

And last, we have the Retro Hippie Shorts from Carroway Crochet. If you are a festival goer in the summer, these might be just the thing!

Burnt orange crochet shorts with white, yellow, and black edging, granny square pocket, and braided drawstring. They are being worn by a person.

Week of May 22-28

Photo collage of spring crochet patterns including a crochet beach bag, a crochet purse, crochet market bags, a red, white, and blue crochet coaster, a pink lace hair scarf, a set of three crochet headbands, a gray and white striped crochet kitchen towel, and a crochet water bottle carrier. The center panel is yellow with text that reads: May Makes Blog Hop Week 4.

It’s the final week of the May Makes Blog Hop! This last week of spring crochet patterns brings you 13 more pattern downloads to get for free! This week includes my premium pattern Willow Creek Wrap, which has never been part of a blog hop before.

This week’s coupon code is MAYDAY. Be sure to note that so that you’ll have it ready to use when you checkout with your pattern downloads. Each pattern below has a button to click to take you to the designer’s blog post or pattern listing. If it takes you to a blog post, then scroll through the post to find the download button, and that will take you to their listing.

Enjoy!

First up this week is The Everyday Market Bag from Carroway Crochet. You could whip up a few of these quickly to take with you on errands for eco-friendly reusable shopping bags.

Three mesh crochet market bags in turquoise, white, and fuchsia. They have fruits and vegetables in them.

Next is Butterfly Amigurumi by Loops and Love Crochet. These bright little friends could be cute on a garland for summer, or as a gift for a butterfly enthusiast.

Two crochet butterflies in purple and teal. They lie on the grass. A logo in the bottom left corner reads: Loops and love.

DeniMade is the designer of the Piper Crossbody Bag. I love the stylish look of this bag and could really enjoy it in multiple colors for different seasons or outfits!

A crochet purse with a black and brown striped section in the center. The rest is camel brown, with a toggle clasp and a tassel. A hat and an orange tulip are underneath it.

Hit the beach or the pool with the Smooth Waves Beach Tote from MadameStitch. Great for packing your towel, sunglasses, sunscreen, and reading material for a day in the sun!

A crochet bag with a brown bottom, striped sides in two shades of bright blue, and a white top and strap. It sits on a wooden surface along with a book and sunglasses.

Make a back to school cardigan for your littles with Frances cardigan, an adorable pattern from Blue Star Crochet.

A young child in a light cornflower blue crochet cardigan, navy blue t-shirt, and pink pants. She laughs and stands in front of a whitewashed brick wall.

Shades of Pink Kitchen Towels from Pam’s Cozy Corner could add some bright color to your kitchen to bring you a happy summer vibe in the house!

Six crochet washcloths in various shades of red and pink arranged in a circle on a tile surface. Small print at the bottom reads: www.pamscozycorner.com.

My very own Willow Creek Wrap is a perfect spring crochet piece for layering over a cami, tank, tee, or sundress!

A woman standing in front of a barn door wearing a light brown crochet lace wrap over a black tee and blue jeans. Text reads: Banana Moon Studio.

These Crochet Tea Towels from My Crochet Space have such a nice, calming feel to them with the light neutral colors. They’d make a lovely housewarming gift or a nice reward after some spring cleaning!

Striped crochet kitchen towel in gray and white on a white surface along with a bowl of something brown and a floral canister.

The hiker in me just loves the Traveler’s Water Bottle Bag from The Loophole Fox! My water bottle would be very handy with this slung over my shoulder.

A crochet water bottle bag with a strap. The bag is white and v-stitch up the sides. The water bottle is a bright orangey yellow. It hangs in front of a whitewashed brick wall next to a table, sunglasses, keys, and potted plant.

Through the Loop Yarn Craft designed Thora Headband, would be a feminine, elegant looking headband for summer time!

Three lacy crochet headbands, one in pink, one in tan, and one in navy blue all on a distressed wooden surface with a pink and gold crochet hook and matching balls of yarn.

Lacy Hair Scarf from Sunflower Cottage Crochet would be a wonderful hair accessory for warmer weather. I could see wrapping it around a couple of times and tying it in front with a messy bun. It would be so cute!

A pink spider lace crochet hair scarf being worn around the head of a young woman wearing a gray turtle neck sweater.

Summer Waves Mug Rug from Pine Tree Crochet will be perfect for your Independence Day celebrations this summer! Get a jump on holiday decor with the free download.

Small crochet piece that is white with red and blue stripes and fringe along one side. A small potted plant sits on top of it.

And for the narwhal loving friends and family in your life, the Baby Narwhal Amigurumi will be a big hit!

Photo of a stuffed crochet amigurumi in white with a horn on top, plastic eyes, and an embroidered pink smile. It sits on a bright blue background. A white panel with text reads: Baby narwhal amigurumi. My Fingers Fly.

And after this week is over that brings our round up of spring crochet patterns to a close. I hope you’ve enjoyed this spring blog hop and have a plethora of new patterns to see you through the spring!

Happy crocheting!

Three photos of spring crochet projects. One photo shows crochet coasters with fringe, one shows a woman displaying a crochet wrap, and the third shows a girl wearing a lace crochet hair kerchief. Purple and aqua panels with text that reads: Spring crochet patterns. Blog hop. Banana Moon Studio.
Photo of a crochet bumble bee amigurumi and a second photo of a granny stitch crochet scarf in purple and yellow. Aqua background with text that reads: Spring blog hop. Crochet patterns. Banana Moon Studio. Click here.
Photo of a girl by the water wearing a tan lace crochet hair kerchief over long brown hair. Purple panel with text that reads: Spring blog hop. Crochet patterns. Banana Moon Studio.
Photo one shows a person wearing a orangey yellow crochet headband over brown hair. Photo two shows a girl wearing a lace crochet hair kerchief over long brown hair. Photo three shows a person carrying a striped blue clutch over a coral dress and blue shirt. Photo four shows a person in black pants and red sneakers standing next to a crochet drawstring backpack in tapestry gray and black. Purple panel with text reads: Spring crochet projects. Crochet pattern blog hop. Banana Moon Studio.
Photo one shows a yellow and purple granny stitch scarf. Photo two shows a blue striped crochet handbag. Photo three shows a woman by the water wearing an off white crochet tee with cap sleeves and denim shorts. Aqua background with text that reads: Free crochet patterns. Spring blog hop. Banana Moon Studio.

9 thoughts on “52 Free Spring Crochet Patterns”

  1. Great month of patterns. Thank you. Unfortunately I am unable to get the summer waves mug rug pattern. The link doesn’t go anywhere??

  2. FYI: The summer waves mug rug from Pine Tree Chrochet button, doesn’t currently work. Their site doesn’t have it to download, they have a different one. Is there a way to fix the link? Thank you!

    I love all of the offerings from all 4 weeks! Thanks for putting it all together!

    1. Hi Nancy. Sorry about that. I’ve fixed the button now. Note that the pattern is available in two color schemes, one for Halloween, and one for Independence Day, so you’ll see pictures of both in the post.

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