Today is the Spring Equinox; the first day of Spring…anyone else thinking about Spring cleaning (no me neither). Nobody likes to do chores right, so I thought I would see if I could find some fun crochet patterns to try and make the task more fun…here are the 8 free crochet patterns for you to make and enjoy!
Owl Dish Scrubbie by BreeAnna Laub
I love, love, love owls, but I’m not a fan of washing the pots – this little scrubbie would definitely add a little fun to any sink!
Flower Potholders by Jennifer Martin
All things bright and beautiful! How fabulously gorgeous are these colourful flower potholders; we all need to plonk our pots on something so awesome!
Tunisian Pebbles Dishcloth by Tamara Kelly
I really need to try Tunisian crochet at some point and I think this little dishcloth would be the perfect thing as a first project; stunning texture – who cares if it gets the pots clean (though I’m sure it will!)
Handy Mesh Bag (Market Bag) by Thomasina Cummings Designs
How about this wonderful bag for carry home your groceries; stylish and useful!
Double Cotton Peg Bag by Heather C Gibbs
Shall I sneak in a pattern from me…yeah why not! If you are looking for a quick and sturdy little peg bag for all your hanging out needs then this is the peg bag for you!
DIY Dryer Balls by From Home
I think these drier balls are a brilliant and drool-worthy idea; definitely a winner for making laundry time more attractive!
Reversible Swiffer Sock by Linda Permann
Now you can dust your floors in crocheted style with this brilliant swiffer sock with fabulous texture that is great for attacking those dust bunnies!
Amigurumi Frenchie the 2 eyed Minion in a French Maid Outfit by Shannen C
And if all else fails why not make yourself a little maid! It might not do the cleaning for you but it’s so cute who cares!
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Thank you for all the links. Just a FYI I could not get the minion to work at Ravelry. I tried to download and save in my library.
Oooo try this link, it worked for me: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/amigurumi-frenchie-the-2-eyed-minion-in-a-french-maid-outfit
Thank you for including my dryer balls tutorial Heather!! There are some great ideas here! I’ve already started on one of the Swiffer covers!
Thank you for the great tutorial Michelle; a perfectly yarny way to make laundry more appealing!