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Pretty in white? Certainly! Go get some white (or off white) yarn and pick out one of these free crochet patterns that look just stunning in white!
Sometimes when picking out colors for our next project, we forget the simple beauty of white. So many creations look lovely in white. Go get some white (or off white) yarn and pick out one of these free crochet patterns that look just stunning in white!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) “THE SNOW DRIFTER” CHUNKY CROCHET BLANKET by Make and Do Crew
“This chunky crochet blanket pattern makes a perfect timeless baby gift, but once you feel how soft it is, there’s no way you won’t want to make one for yourself too!”
2) Lace Flower Coaster by Gwen Buttke McGannon
“This lovely coaster pattern will work up quickly. Use any type of thread.”
3) Pipsqueak Bunny Bag by A Crocheted Simplicity
“Every once in a while my youngest daughter will ask me to crochet something special for her. Her latest request was for a small bag she could use to collect eggs while at a local Easter egg hunt.”
4) Snow Bound Cowl Crochet Pattern by Posh Pooch Designs
“I designed This new Crochet Pattern with you in mind. It is a Thank You to all my Wonderful Fans, Friends and Fellow “Yarnie People”.”
5) Beach Day Tote Bag by The Purple Poncho
“Beach Day Tote Bag is made with simple stitches, color striping, and an easy pattern repeat with lots of interest and texture. Top it off with a pretty handle, along with some fringe and beads, for that modern look.”
6) Snow Capped Throw by Tamara Kelly for Furls Crochet
“The Snow Capped Throw is made with bulky yarn, so it’s a quick make. It’s very cozy, very usable, easy to take care of, and fun to crochet! You don’t have to be an expert level crocheter to make this – it’s easier than it looks!”
7) BOHO TASSEL BAG by Persia Lou
“I was at Target recently (when is that statement ever NOT true?), and I saw this cute little crocheted bag and decided to try to recreate it at home.”
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