Do you crochet gifts for your mother for Mother's Day? I never got the chance. My mom and mother-in-law both passed away before I was crocheting well enough to give gifts. It would have been fun though to give them handmade gifts :) They both would have loved anything I made for them.
If you are still looking for ideas for Mother's Day Gifts I have collected a few ideas for you from some of my favorite designer friends.
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Imagination Spa Set
by Marsha Yarn Doodles
The Imagination Spa Set includes 5 patterns: storage basket, luxurious scrubbies, washcloths, soap sack, and back scrubber. The set was made to empower you to pamper yourself (and others!), and the texture is perfect for washing away the stresses of modern-day life.
The Aphrodite Cushion Cover
by Elimee Designs
Give the gift of handmade love this Mother's Day with the Aphrodite Cushion Cover crochet pattern. Adorned with charming heart motif created through vibrant colour work, this pattern promises to add warmth and coziness to any space.
Aurora Wrap Crochet Pattern
by Regina P Designs
This light flowy shoulder wrap can also be used as a super soft scarf . This pattern is a variation of my Splendid Stitch design and also includes the multiples needed to adapt this stitch pattern to other sizes.
Mom Cup Cozy
by Simply Hooked by Janet
The Mom Cup Cozy pattern is a tapestry crochet design that uses worsted weight yarn. A perfect item for gifting to a Mom!
Ocean Waves Shawl Pocket
by Maria Bruni Designs
Wrap yourself in this beautifully textured, warm, and cozy shawl pocket. The subtle chevron stitch used in this shawl creates a delicate, lacey, and elegant finish, while providing the shawl with a stunning scalloped edge.
by The Crochet Village
This gorgeous washcloth pattern makes lovely gift sets for any occasion and it’s also a great way to use your leftover yarns and stock up your market’s inventory and shops.
by ReVe Designs Co
These cute, comfortable, textured and squishy fingerless gloves are designed to fit a medium lady’s hand. The “Trellis” design is created from a 2-round repeat which includes a variation on standard crochet cross-stitch.
Spring Tea Shawl
by Canoe Mtn Designs
This shawl is the perfect balance of lacy yet cozy for those cool spring days/evenings. Each section uses the same stitches but in a different way/pattern. There is enough variety in the stitches so you don’t get bored as the project grows.
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