Portable Crochet Motif Patterns for Summer

Portable Crochet Motif Patterns for Summer
Portable Crochet Motif Patterns for Summer

Did you know that tomorrow — Friday, June 21, 2019 — is the first day of summer? Are you ready to kick of the summer season with some fantastic summer-friendly crochet ideas?


Crochet motifs are favorite summertime crochet projects. They’re generally lightweight, portable and easy to finish quickly — just what you need to toss in a tote bag and take along to the beach / pool / park with you.


Pictured here, we have some lovely crochet flower motifs you can make using free patterns on our website. At the top right is a multicolored flower applique. Click here to get the free tutorial and pattern for crocheting the abstract flower pictured in the lower portion of the photo.. The other flower is a slight variation of the multicolored flower applique with some additional freeform crochet stitches added in yellow.

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Delightful Sunny Sunflower Patterns to Crochet

Easy Crochet Sunflowers

I don’t think, technically, that sunflowers are spring flowers. As far as I know, in most places they bloom either in late summer or early fall. But that hardly matters to me, since looking at them puts me in a sunny, spring-y mood anyway. Their sunny yellow petals radiate warmth and beauty, and they’re lovely to look at any time of year.

While I haven’t seen any real sunflowers blooming in my neighborhood lately, I’m glad I can enjoy the crocheted version all year around.

Want to make some sunny sunflowers for “planting” in your own environment, or embellishing your craft projects?

If so, please help yourself to any of our free crochet sunflower patterns.

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Crochet a Flower Hexagon Get the Free Crochet Pattern Online

Crochet Flower Hexagon -- A Free Crochet Pattern Is Available for This Design
Crochet Flower Hexagon — A Free Crochet Pattern Is Available for This Design

Flower granny square patterns are numerous, but your choices are a little more limited if you want to crochet a flower hexagon. Nevertheless, there are some fantastic free hexagon patterns and tutorials available on the Internet.

Pictured here is one of my favorite hexagons. It’s a colorful 9-round hexagon with an open, lacy feel. I think it would be lovely to use for crocheting blankets or bedspreads.

You can get the free pattern at crochet.about.com.

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