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Some of the cutest crochet and knit patterns are here!
I have always enjoyed crocheting baby projects. It was a strategy of mine as a beginner to attempt new techniques on a smaller scale – so I didn’t put in a huge time investment if it didn’t work out according to plan.
I’ve since recommended this strategy to my students and I’m thrilled to see such wonderful results.
Yarnspirations brought the goods once again this month with a brand new Lookbook focused around Baby Shower crochet, knit and yarn projects.
The July Look Book: Baby Shower
The Baby Shower Look Book and collection of patterns launched today, July 11th. The new patterns are so adorable! There are so many creative ideas to personalize your baby shower. Whether you’re a crocheter or a knitter, you’ll find something cute to make for your baby shower or your baby shower gift.
Just click (or tap) on the link above to see all 39 pages of cutesy projects that await. This months patterns range from a cloud mobile to crochet ice cream cones and everything in between. You’ll find 11 free patterns for what you see above as well as others that aren’t pictured here!
A Few of My Favorites
This project uses one of my favorite yarns, Bernat Baby Blanket, to create a fluffy blanket for baby. It is a beginner level pattern – perfect for your first baby blanket! You can download the free pattern from Yarnspirations here.
If you’re in need of a quick or last minute project, this is your winner! The Adorable Pompom Crochet Hat works up lightning fast with Bernat Softee Baby Chunky Yarn. Download the free pattern from Yarnspirations here.
Another easy and quick crochet project from the July Lookbook is the Crochet Ice Cream Cone Rattles. Aren’t they just darling?! Download the free pattern from Yarnspirations here.
If you haven’t done so already, take a few minutes to flip through the virtual pages of the July 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.
This post was sponsored by Yarnspirations