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St. Valentine’s Day is coming up, so “pink” seemed to be a good theme for this week’s round up. Here are 8 very sweet pink free crochet patterns. Of course, you can make them in any color, but they sure are pretty in pink. ♥♥♥

Pink - free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Mariposa Lace Shawl by Kim Guzman
I really love the look of this shawl. I can see where it gets it’s name. Mariposa is the Spanish word for butterfly.

2) Top of the Tunisian Infinity Scarf by Tamara Kelly of Moogly
“The fun thing about scarves, is that even when it’s too hot to wear them, it’s cool enough to make them! And the Top of the Tunisian Infinity Scarf is a fun and easy one skein scarf that uses Tunisian stitches in a way I haven’t seen before!”

3) Pinky Crossover Slouch Hat by Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs
The hat Pattern is really easy, it is designed from the Hatband up. It has a fun Crossover texture stitch that loots great with this yarn.

4) Pinky Circle Scarf by Marie Segares of Underground Crafter
Everyone has a friend who is always “too hot.” (It used to be me!) I designed the Pinky Circle Scarf with this friend in mind. This peek-a-boo ripple stitch pattern is the perfect solution.

5) Crochet Shell N chains Fingerless Gloves by Erangi Udeshika of Crochet for You
Shell N chains fingerless gloves have girly look that young girls always love. This pattern is so quick, easy and fun.

6) La Fleur Petite by Lorene Eppolite of Cre8tion Crochet
“These flowers were created to embellish my Oh La La Toddler Tank. They are cute and easy to work up and make the perfect addition to any delicate crochet item. They even make great hair accessories and brooches.”

7) Amalthea by Jessie Rayot of Jessie At Home
Amalthea is a striped shawl that mixes lace and solid sections and is made from the corner out, creating an asymmetrical and intriguing look.

8) Amish Puzzle Ball by Dedri Uys of Look at what I made

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

OR ~ If you would like a pattern and yarn all together in a kit, try one of these (Click the images to go to the kits:

Stillhet Cape Kit #CrochetKit from @beCraftsy The Romantic Dog Sweater #CrochetKit from @beCraftsy

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