Mother’s day is a special day every year for me. My mom is so special to me and I love to celebrate her everyday. Making something special for our moms, with our hands, is a great way to show them that we love them. If your mom is like mine, she really doesn’t need a lot of gifts to put around her house. Making something from love to give to her that she can wear is always a special gift. With this Blog Hop you will find 15 FREE Mother’s Day patterns that are perfect to make for mom this year.
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How the Blog Hop Works
To celebrate all of the moms out there, or even ourselves, we are going to have a really fun blog hop. Each day for the next 15 days you will find a new featured knit or crochet designer below. Each day you will get a new pattern to add to your library.
Each designer is offering their pattern for FREE for their day as a PDF download. Follow along to their blog and the directions they have for getting your PDF.
PLEASE SHARE THIS POST. It helps to drive traffic here which then sends the traffic to all other designers. This helps us all benefit from this event. Please don’t share direct links to the codes or patterns. This is the hub where you can find the new featured designer each day.
Can’t wait to see what patterns you make for your mom, friends, or yourself this year!
FREE Mother’s Day Knit and Crochet Patterns
April 6, 2020: Marly Bird
Today we featured a brand new pattern on my website. You can always get the pattern for FREE on my blog, or you can purchase an ad free PDF in my Ravelry store.
This shawl is perfect for mom, yourself, friends, of others that you love. It works up quickly and only uses two balls of yarn.
April 7, 2020: Sincerely, Pam
Joining me for the Mother’s Day Blog Hop event today is Pam of Sincerely, Pam.
The pattern that Pam is sharing with us is Butterfly Breeze Poncho. Her first sample of this pattern was done with Red Heart With Love and you can see that her newest sample, on her daughter, is made with Caron Cotton Cakes. No matter what you use you will have a beautiful gift in the end.
April 8, 2020: A Crocheted Simplicity
Today in our Mother’s Day blog hop I am have Jennifer from A Crocheted Simplicity!
Jennifer is featuring her Summer Retro Tote Bag and it is beautiful. Using an easy hexagon pattern some some added visual interest with a pop of color, creates the main portion of the bag.
Basic crochet stitches were then used to form the bag’s solid, sturdy bottom and strap. This crochet hexagon pattern will be a fun challenge for advanced beginners and it will keep experienced crocheters from losing interest.
April 9, 2020: Briana K Designs
Today I have Briana K joining us for the blog hop and there is a HUGE BONUS just for you!!!
Briana is an AMAZING designers and she works on both knit and crochet projects. Today she is knocking our socks off and she has a knit and crochet pattern for us!!!
The Faroese shawl is available in both a knit and crochet version and BOTH are FREE on Briana’s blog (use the links below). This simple shape shawl construction is a perfect gift idea. There is a panel section on the center which has a triangle increase on each side.
KNIT VERSION: Use these links to get the free pattern on Briana’s blog or head to Ravelry to purchase a copy of the pattern.
CROCHET VERSION: Use these links to get the free pattern on Briana’s blog or head to Ravelry to purchase a copy of the pattern.
April 10, 2020: Cre8tion Crochet
Today Lorene of Cre8tion Crochet is joining us for the Mother’s Day Blog Hop. She is featuring her brand new Seeking Normalcy Ear Warmer.
This colorful design features ribs of texture that really highlight the changing colors of the Hopscotch yarn. I hope making it can create a little normalcy in your life too.
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April 11, 2020: CoCo Crochet Lee
Today we have Lee from Coco Crochet Lee as our featured designer. She has made a beautiful pair of slippers for the Mother’s Day Blog event. This is a great pattern to save for later because they would also be AMAZING Christmas gifts!
These slippers are made using simple front post and back post crochet stitches. This is a great beginner project and one that works up quickly. Can’t wait to see the colors that you pick!
April 12, 2020: Pattern Paradise
Today on the Mother’s Day Blog Hop we are featuring a pattern from Pattern Paradise.
We are featuring the Julia Cardi Sweater that is made with Red Heart Croquette! This pattern was designed to be flattering for most and looks great with slacks, jeans, skirts or even over a dress, so it’s very versatile too! The top sits just below the waist and you can pick from two different sleeve styles.
April 13, 2020: Salena Baca
Today on the Mother’s Day Blog Hop we have Salena Baca joining us! She is sharing with us her Ombre Tote. This tote is perfect for any wine lover, not just mom!
Change up the colors and this cute tote will work for any season or holiday.
TODAY ONLY (4/13/20) you can get the PDF for this pattern for FREE! Head over to Ravelry and use the code MOM to get your free download.
April 14, 2020: Whistle & Ivy
Today on the Mother’s Day Blog Hop we are featuring Whistle & Ivy.
Bethany is offering us a beautiful new adult flip flop pattern! These match perfectly to her kids pattern that she made a while back.
This pattern is worked with Home Dec yarn and it is highly recommend that you don’t substitute yarn for these crochet flip-flops. The pattern counts rely a ton on the elasticity of the yarn and not many yarns have as much stretch as Home Dec.
April 15, 2020: Fiber Flux
Today for the Mother’s Day Blog we are featuring Fiber Flux and her beautiful wrap!
The Soft Sage Pull Through Shawl is a luxurious, super soft shawl that is easy to crochet too! Worked in a gorgeous all over v-stitch, it also features an optional opening to tuck one end into, making it versatile to wear and keeps it from slipping off as well!
BONUS: This pattern has a video tutorial to teach you how to make the full project!
April 16, 2020: The Purple Poncho
Today in the Mother’s Day Blog Hope we are featuring The Purple Poncho. Carolyn has a brand new bag pattern for us! Carolyn is a wonderful crochet designer who surprises us with her work all the time that she does in Tunisian. This project is no different.
The Entrelac Essentials Bag uses Tunisian entrelac crochet, regular crochet, and makes a beautiful crochet rope handle.
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April 17, 2020: ACCROchet
Today on the Mother’s Day Blog Hop we are featuring Julie from ACCROchet.
Julie is a talented designer that not only had patterns in English but also in French. She is a great resource for anyone looking for French patterns.
This quick project, Flower Power, adds the perfect spot of color to a kid’s bath time, playroom, or bedroom!
TODAY ONLY (4/17/20) you can get the PDF for this pattern for FREE using the code marly on Ravelry.
April 18, 2020:
Today in the Mother’s Day Blog Hop we are featuring Heart Hook Home. Ashlea has a fantastic cardigan pattern for us! Ashlea has a myriad of fantastic designs on her and we can’t wait to see your versions of this super comfy cardigan!
The Vertical Row Blanket Cardigan is perfect for those chilly moments you wish your favorite blanket had arms!
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April 19, 2020: MJ’s Off the Hook
Today for the Mother’s Day Blog hop we have Michelle from MJ’s Off the Hook.
Michelle’s new Cabot Trail Cardigan is a great spring addition for anyone. The cardigan is light and airy making it the perfect cardigan for Spring and Summer. The oversized fit and full length sleeves make this design extra cozy.
April 20, 2020: Moogly
Today on the FINALY day of our Mother’s Day Blog Hop we have Tamara from Moogly joining us!
If you don’t know about Tamara and the Moogly blog you are missing out! Tamra and I work together as influencers for Yarnspirations and she is just the best to work with. Her brand NEW pattern is amazing for spring and summer. Grab your copy and get started!
The Handkerchief Cocoon is made with Patons Grace, which grows several inches when you block it. Although this yarn grows you can substitute it and still have a beautiful piece. Be sure to check out the blog post for some tips about this.
TODAY ONLY (4/20/20) you can get the PDF of this pattern for FREE! Head over to the Moogly blog to get the details.