Every day I look for a new crochet pattern to work up, but I’m also constantly looking at what I can make every month of the year. Now that we’re in July I’m sure you’ve heard of “Christmas in July“. I’m always trying to work ahead, especially if I have something special in mind. It’d be nice if someone put together a guide on crochet patterns for every month; and even better, a beginner crochet patterns guide. Well, I put it on myself to do just that. From the cold winter months to the hot and steamy summer months you’ll love each of these crochet designs I’ve found.
Beginner Crochet Patterns for Every Month:
January: Chunky Stylish Infinity Scarf – The super bulky yarn is sure to keep you warm and toasty during the frigid winter. This crochet scarf can be worked up in two colors or a solid.
February: Any Size Crochet Hats – Make a crochet hat for every member of the family as the crochet instructions come in different sizes. There are different ideas on how you can work the colors, too.
March: Foolproof Infinity Scarf – The classic design of this beginner crochet pattern makes it easy to work up and wear throughout the season. Working in rounds makes it a breeze.
April: Two Hour Tote – The beautiful light blue crochet color of this bag is exquisite for springtime. You can obviously work it up in any color you wish, but this is perfect for the season.
May: No Beginning Chain Egg Blanket – This is an easy crochet pattern that uses single crochet and double crochet stitches along with easy step-by-step crochet instructions to follow.
June: Endless Summer Shawl – Enter the heat and humidity of the summer season with this fabulous shawl. You’ll love the colorways that are produced while your shawl builds.
July: Navy Girl Beach Bag – Become that beach babe with your newly whipped up crochet bag; it’s large enough to hold a towel and all your beach necessities.
August: Floppy Brim Hat – This crochet hat is perfect to keep that sun out of your face. Bring it on vacation with you or wait until the summer season arrives each year.
September: Crochet Rain Boots – Sometimes we notice the rain joins us once the summer comes to a close. These rain boots are the cutest crochet creation you’ll ever see.
October: Lightning Fast Fingerless Mitts – Embellished with faux cables you will fall in love with the look and warmth of this mitts; they’re great for several months of the year.
November: The Best Ruffle Wrap – Wrap yourself in warmth and comfort and prepare for the blizzardous months ahead with this beautiful ruffle wrap. You’ll love the girlie ruffles throughout.
December: Two Hour Boot Cuffs – These are great at keeping you stylish while you slush through the mounds of snow. They’re also easy to work up and great for stocking stuffers.
What’s your favorite month to crochet items for?