Spring/Summer Crochet Patterns

Crochet Mania! I raided the Coats & Clark free pattern library. And found these lovely patterns. These free basic patterns are great for inspiration! Try them as is or modify them to create your own designs. From Coats & Clark. See also my spring/summer crochet patterns, they’re free too!

Bags & Totes

Grocery BagBeach Bag
Yes! Doesn’t get easier than this beach bag. It’s crocheted from the bottom up in one piece!
Simply choose a nice cotton yarn and go!
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Grocery BagHobo Bag
Reminds me of this Noni Designs Adventure Bag.
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Grocery BagEco Tote
Increase the bag dimensions for a messenger bag sized tote and lengthen the strap for a Boho Chic look. Use a straw colored Habu Yarn!
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Grocery BagKnit or Crochet Evening Bag
I like the envelope shape. Add a super long strap to get a chic 70’s look. A great yarn would be any Noro. Felted! See Knitty for a post on felting Noro.
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Grocery BagGrocery Bag
Switch out the yarn for something sumptuous (goto Loopy Mango for this) and you’ll have a utilitarian chic and eco-friendly bag for market.
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Grocery BagEarth Bag
Runner-up to the Beach Bag. The bottom is rounded!
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Grocery BagPosh Purse
This reminds me of a wonton or fortune cookie.
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Grocery BagEasy Felted Bag
Felting! A free pattern is a great way to try felting.
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Grocery BagPicot Purse
More felting! Shape is nice.
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Wearables & Accessories

Grocery BagSidewalk Shawl
Reminded me of some Jared Flood patterns. Definitely not as heirloom but a good building block.
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Grocery BagKeepsake Lace Shawl
This would be great in all angora!
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Grocery BagIrish Crochet Earrings
I like the edging in the necklace (not the flowers). Will be great as an edging for something else.
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Grocery BagMidas Cuffs
I like the idea of making some “wristers” as they’re called. I would increase the wrist portion making them elbow length. Probably make them in a paprika red or mauve color.
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Grocery BagWave Belt
I took a crack at this pattern. You will be working with 296 chain on stitches. Twice! So if you don’t love working with chain on rows in thread weight yarn…
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Grocery BagShimmer Skirt or Poncho
The leaf/petal detail at the bottom is really nice. I would wear this as a poncho and shorten it. Or use it as a collar detail for a victorian style sweater.
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Grocery BagBeaded Necklace and Earrings
I like the slight Pocahontas inspiration here.
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Home & Decorative

Grocery BagSunny Spread
Check out @angry_asian who also made this blanket. Nice!
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Grocery BagScandinavian Snowflakes Throw
I like the snowflakes in this blanket. Use the pattern just for the snowflakes! Or make it all one solid color for something less granny-ish.
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Grocery BagMitered Throw
Switch out the colors for something more modern and the pattern is good as is! It has a Japanese influence.
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Grocery BagSquare Upon Square Throw
Gorgeous as is (minus the colors). This blanket would be great in a trendy solid color. Muted.
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Grocery BagTextured Throw
Great as is. But switch out the yarn for something more exotic or luxurious for a sophisticated look. Or use a rug yarn and turn it into a rug.
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Grocery BagLog Cabin Throw
Great for a dude present! Again update the colors and voila!
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