Hello friends! Mother’s Day is just a few days away! All too often, I rely on Amazon Prime for last minute gifts, but this year, my mom requested something handmade. I decided to pick out a few quick crochet patterns to share with you last minute gift-givers. So if you wanted to add a touch of handmade to your Mother’s Day gift this year, look no further.


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Boho Crochet Coasters

By The Plush Pineapple

Inspiration

These coasters were inspired by macrame. Sarah wanted to give the style of macrame with the ease of crochet. And if you follow Sarah’s blog or Instagram page, you’ll know that she is all about tropical vibes and her crochet patterns reflect it. These boho coasters are the perfect mix of modern and beachy.

Pattern Description

These boho-chic coasters are bound to add a splash of fun to any space. You only need a few yards of worsted weight cotton yarn per coaster, so it’s a great opportunity to do some stashdiving. And the pattern works up quickly, so you have time to make a whole set for Mom.

About the Designer

Sarah is the maker and designer behind The Plush Pineapple. She is a wife of thirteen years to her college sweetheart and momma to two awesome kiddos. When she is not crocheting, designing, or blogging, you can probably find her soaking up the sun or eating seafood. Her goal as a designer is that love, sunshine, and pineapples make their way into the hearts and homes of all who make her designs.

How to Get it!

This pattern is available for free on The Plush Pineapple blog. The blog post walks you through the entire process, including a photo tutorial. Click here to head there now! You can also purchase finished coasters in Sarah’s Etsy shop.


Sister’s Earrings E-Book

By Amber Bliss This

Inspiration

The inspiration behind this collection is definitely family. The Sister’s Earrings E-book is a collection of 10 crochet patterns. Each pattern is named after one of Amber’s sisters-in-law, including herself. You’ll get a variety of shapes and styles with this bundle.

Pattern Description

This E-book is actually 10 patterns. They are made with crochet thread and vary in shape, size, and complexity. The patterns include thread suggestions, finishing instructions, and notes on adding hardware.

About the Designer

Amber Calderon is the maker and designer behind Amber Bliss This. Her funky style translates into her love for all things crochet. She is a loud voice of encouragement in the crochet community and one of the makers behind the Crochetmous Crew. Along with being a mom and a maker, Amber is also a teacher. She has plans to further her crochet journey by launching a crochet blog in the VERY near future. You can follow along with her sometimes-kooky crochet antics on her Instagram page.

How to Get it!

This E-book is available in Amber’s Ravelry shop in a set of 10 crochet patterns. OR you can pick your favorite crochet patterns and buy them individually. Click here to head to Ravelry now.


Woven Dreams Clutch

By A Purpose & A Stitch

Inspiration

This lovely clutch mimics the style of weaving using crochet. This unorthodox approach to construction will allow you to make this clutch with minimal seaming. And will also introduce to a couple fun stitches along the way.

Pattern Description

This pattern uses mixture of worsted weight and bulky yarn. Because it’s worked in sections, this might be another great opportunity to do some stash diving. Bernadette has instructions for adding a zipper, and even a tutorial for adding a chain to make this a crossbody bag. (PS…if you’re looking for a tutorial for adding fabric lining, check out this blog post.)

About the Designer

Bernadette is the maker and designer behind A Purpose & A Stitch. Her goal with her blog is not only to share crochet, but also to educate people on modern day slavery and human trafficking. You can read a little more about the “purpose” behind A Purpose & A Stitch here. You can also follow along with her new makes and designs on her Instagram page.

How to Get it!

This pattern is available for free on the A Purpose and A Stitch blog. You can find it here!


Grand Arches Earrings

By SEK Handmade

Inspiration

The Grand Arches Earrings are all about making a big, bold statement. These lightweight earrings do just that. Sarah’s inspiration behind these was “Big, Bold, and lightweight!”

Pattern Description

These earrings are made with crochet thread and a 1.5mm hook. You won’t need much thread to make these, and they work up quick, so be prepared to make several pairs! This versatile pattern has three modification for different styles of earring.

About the Designer

Sarah is the maker and designer behind SEK Handmade. She has combined her love for teaching with her love for making. She is a stay-at-home mom who teaches knitting and crochet techniques through her modern designs. You can find more of her work on her Instagram page.

How to Get it!

You can find these earrings for purchase in Sarah’s Ravelry shop here or in her Etsy shop here!


Ocean’s Breath Key Fobs

By Crafting for Weeks

Inspiration

The Ocean’s Breath Key Fobs are part of the Ocean’s Breath Collection. These quick little key chains mimic the style of macrame. Plus you can choose from a wristlet style or a more traditional tab style.

Pattern Description

These key fobs call for worsted weight cotton yarn. You will need some keychain hardware to make them, and possibly wooden beads to embellish. The blog post has some photos to walk walk you through the assembly process.

About the Designer

Hi! I’m Kelsie, the maker and designer behind Crafting for Weeks. And the one writing this round-up! I’m a stay-at-home mom of 3 little ones, and I live with my husband in the Pacific Northwest. I’m always trying to add a bit of color and pizazz in my crochet pieces. I love junk food and sleeping in!

How to Get it!

You can find this pattern for free on this blog. Check out the post here. You can also purchase the PDF in my Etsy shop here or Ravelry shop here.


Zemyna Plant Hanger

By Sugar Mountain Crafts

Inspiration

When Liz started running out of room for all of her potted plants, she had to come up with something to be able to keep adding more greenery to her home. This plant hanger after the Lithuanian goddess of the Earth and protector of nature. Inspired by macrame plant hangers, the Zemyna Plant Hanger was born. It is functional, durable, and of course attractive!

Pattern Description

This plant hanger is designed with Bernat Maker Home Dec. It will fit most 6-8” plastic plant pots (Note: not ideal for clay pots). You will need about 100 yards of Bernat Maker Home Dec per hanger and 1 key ring or “O” ring for hanging.

About the Designer

Liz is the maker and designer behind Sugar Mountain Crafts. Besides her love for crochet, she is a huge fan of punk rock and Elvis Presley. She loves the environment and creating eco-friendly alternates to waste. When’s she not crocheting, you might find her hanging out with her daughter or playing with her plants.

How to Get it!

You can purchase this pattern either in Liz’s Ravelry shop here or in her Etsy shop here!


Andra Tutto Bene Trivet

By Rebekas Haas Crochet

Inspiration

This crochet trivet is inspired by the knit Home Sweet Home Trivet from Cuddle Bunny Knits. Like most of Rebekah’s designs, it is named after something that reminds her of her upbringing in Italy. While the style reminds her of the traditional row houses one might find in Italy, the phrase “andra tutto bene” translates to “all will be well”.

Pattern Description

This pattern calls for super bulky yarn. Depending on the wear your trivet will take, you may consider non-acrylic fibers to prevent heat damage. This pattern employs some basic color work, but works up super quick with the extra thick yarn.

About the Designer

Rebekah Haas is the maker and designer behind Rebekah Haas Crochet. She is the wife of a teacher and the mother of four humans, two dogs, and probably fifty plants. In her free time, she strives to create beauty and inspire others to do the same. After spending her childhood living in Italy and traveling to the surrounding nations, she loves to tell stories through her patterns. Each one is inspired by the sights, sounds, smells, and even the taste of travel!

How to Get it!

You can find this pattern for free on Rebekah’s blog here! You can also purchase the PDF in her Ravelry shop here.


Final Thoughts

I hope you love all these crochet patterns as much I do. And I hope you found something here that inspires you. While our mother’s most certainly deserve endless time for gifts, we are often pulled in several directions in our day-to-day lives. Hopefully, you can gift your mother with something special this year!

If you’ve got a little extra time and you’re looking for a more slightly more complex make, check out my Ocean’s Breath Wall-Hanging!

Until next time, friends, Happy Crafting!

Kelsie

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Kelsie

I'm a stay-at-home mom of 3 little ones that loves to create with yarn. I design crochet patterns, and create tutorials for fun crafts.