There’s something about colour that affects the mood. Why do celebrations use colour, why are children attracted to colour? Have you ever thought of that? I do not know all the answers,
but I do know that colour does good to our mental state. So with that in mind I made this list of seven colourful crochet projects for you to try- all Free patterns and techniques.
1. Colourful Cushion by Rett.
The colours on this cushion are captivating. When I saw the photo I could not scroll past it. This will brighten up just about ANY room. I have put down learning this technique on my to do list, looks too good to not try.
2. Crochet Baby Blanket from dinkidots
This is another eye catching one and a very easy baby blanket to crochet. Made from V-stitch, you are sure to complete this in no time.
3. Wall Hanging from loopinglymade
And yes, this VERY EASY wall hanging I made. It is a cheerful addition on our wall.
4. African Flower Soccer ball from Crochet bug
Well, what do you say to this? Isn’t this the brightest, most colourful soccer ball you ever saw? Made from the timeless African Flower motif. A very versatile motif that can be used for so many patterns. This design I made with the African flower is just one out of hundreds.
5. Partly Sunny Half Circle Rug from funkifybers.com
I know summer is over, but won’t you agree with me this is a very eye-catching rug? And it only uses basic stitches.
6. Autumn Chill Scarf from leftinknots.com
In the designer’s words “This scarf made with Caron Cakes confetti has bold colour blocks of beautiful Autumn tones”. I quite agree.
7. Dreamer Poncho from loopinglymade.com
This colourful poncho was made with 2 basic stitches; double and single crochets to give a textured feel. The edging adds an interesting angle to the poncho. Made to size a preschooler.
8. Crochet Mandala from Mollie Makes
And this colourful mandala to wrap up.