It’s about that time of year – when we all shift from cozy crochet patterns to baby crochet patterns. I’m not sure what it is about spring but it really gets me in the mood to crochet all the cute little things, even though I have no children of my own. Fortunately, my sister is expecting a little love in May. I’m quite certain I’ll be using ALL of the patterns from Yarnspirations Modern Baby Look Book to fill her nursery!
The Modern Nursery Look Book is just another example of how Yarnspirations just gets it – their patterns are stylish, well written and perfectly suited for today’s modern world. The Modern Nursery Look Book is no exception. Just look at all the cute things!
The Look Book: Modern Nursery
The Modern Nursery Look Book and collection of patterns officially launched yesterday. I spent a great deal of time yesterday evening flipping through its pages and planning the projects I want to create from it. You’re going to love these patterns if you’re in the market for crafting for someone who is expecting. Have a look for yourself!
Just click (or tap) on that link above to see all thirty pages of cuteness that awaits. This months patterns range from a mobile to a blanket and everything in between. You’ll find eight free patterns for the items you see above as well as others that aren’t pictured above!
If you’d like to go straight to the patterns and bypass the inspiration in the Look Book, you can view all the new Yarnspirations patterns this month right here:
My Favorite Patterns
It’s difficult to narrow down my favorite patterns from the modern baby look book, but here goes.
Although this color story mobile isn’t crochet or knit, it stole my heart. I love the simplicity and the look of it. If you have some scrap yarn to use up, this seems like the perfect solution! You’ll find it on page four of the Modern Nursery Lookbook with a color story perfect for boys or girls.
How cute are these little ABC’s and 123’s pillows? Yarnspirations has patterns for the entire alphabet and numbers 0-9. These would be perfect to spell out baby’s name!
Last but not least I had to include the yarn story in my list of favorites. Yarn wrapped letters have made several appearances in the DIY crafting space and I completely see why. It is an inexpensive and easy way to get a Pinterest perfect focal point – no special skills required.
If you haven’t done so already, take a few minutes to flip through the virtual pages of the March Look Book from Yarnspirations. That link again is:
When you see a project you like and might try out yourself, tell me in the comments section below. I’d love to hear what you’re going to make! If you need any help, please let me know. That’s what I’m here for.