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C2C Bunny Blanket

A perfect project for C2C lovers, so be sure to try it. C2C Bunny motif will be perfect as the Easter project, but if you use a neutral colors, it will be nice blanket for a baby shower gift or all year round home decor. A beginners with C2C stitch can make the entire bunny in a solid color to make it easier.

C2C Bunny Blanket
photos by Jess Coppom / ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on makeanddocrew.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com

Dainty Cross Bookmark

If you are looking for a more religious crochet easter patterns, this one will be right up your alley. Elegant crosses can be used as bookmarks, or hung on the wall in a visible spot. Such elegant easter decoration will be a cherished handmade item, and your guest will most likely admire your craft.

Dainty Cross Bookmark
You can find this free pattern on crochetmemories.com.

Rainbow Sunburst Tote Bag

Next, this summer bag is a tote that uses 27 Sunburst Granny squares. Moreover, the rainbow gradient yarn changes the color instead of switching yarns. The straps look like a very long granny square, and look very cute tied into a bow.

Rainbow Sunburst Tote Bag
The full article about this pattern is here:

 Rainbow Sunburst Tote Bag

Rose the Rabbit

Rabbits, rabbits everywhere! It’s bunny season again, and here is another beautiful example of an ami bunny for Easter. Of course this rabbit will also be a favorite toy year round, so don’t think that after Easter it will be forgotten. This one is also more of a challenge than your average ami toy, meaning that more advanced crocheters will also have more fun making it as well.

Rose the Rabbit
photo by Jess Huff from ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on jesshuff.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

Lace Round Doily

Crochet doilies might seem old fashioned, but they are a great way to add personal touch to your home and make your space feel special. There is a reason people recycle vintage crochet patterns. Here is a great pattern for you to try. It is rather simple and the final product is still undoubtedly beautiful. It is crocheted with cotton thread size 10 and a 2 mm crochet hook. Its size (unblocked) is 17,5 cm (about 7 inches) in diameter. I didn’t block my doily, but you certainly could block yours.

Lace Round Doily

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Textured Mandala Doily

I absolutely love making Doilies for home decor and they make great gifts for your loved ones too.Today am sharing the pattern for this pretty easy to make flower edged mandala doily ..... Textured Mandala doily. Mandalas are just so joyful to look at. Use them at your home as potholders, table decorations or you can sew them to a cushion or hang them on a wall.This Textured Mandala is customizable to any size. You can easily increase the number of rounds and you can use them as Floor Rug too. Materials Used:- Cake Yarn 4 mm Crochet Hook

Textured Mandala Doily

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Bag in Bag

First, here is a beautiful summer bag with a fruit or vegetable theme. This fun carryall is perfect for your fun beach outfit, or for your daughter.

Bag in Bag
The full article about this pattern is here:

Bag in Bag

Drop in the Pond Blanket

Finally, here is the he Drop in the Pond geometric blanket, a wonderful pattern that uses geometric bands of colors to delineate zigzag designs. To summarize, this will be a great classic design for a rustic interior.

Drop in the Pond Blanket 
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Drop in the Pond

More details about project photographed here and here.

Shark Plushie

And finally, our sea creature selection comes across to include sharks. Let these litle chompers protect your keychain!

Shark Plushie 
The original pattern is available here:

Shark Plushie

Sea Square Free Crochet Pattern

Next, these lovely amazing squares are a marine-themed, highly textured building block to incorporate into your projects. To summarize, this is a small square, 4″ on a side, which will be great to incorporate into afghans, blankets or other projects. However, the block itself is quite thick and will give a larger project a lovely drape.

Sea Square Free Crochet Pattern 
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Sea Square