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Canadiana Crochet Pattern Round Up

Canadiana Crochet Pattern Round Up

 

Last Canada Day, I had wanted to do a round up of patterns for our 150th, but alas, I did not have the time to round up anything. However, it is Canada’s 151st soon, therefore I am rounding up patterns for us Canadians who love to crochet 🙂 The Canadiana Crochet Pattern Round Up is here everyone here! I am so excited to share these patterns with you. The patterns featured here are ones that you can likely hook up before Canada Day, so do check them out. They are all winners in my opinion!

 

Maple Leaf Earflap Hat


Maple Leaf Earflap Hat. Now, I’m not a hockey fan myself *gasp*, but it is our national sport and 50% of the NFL players are Canadians so hockey could not be ignored in this round up. It would un-Canadian. This pattern is free from Red Heart and I think it would look good both in Canadian red and in Maple Leaf blue for those of you who support the Toronto team. Or, make one of each!

 

Tote and Potholder

 

Canada Gift Set-Tote Bag and Potholder. I love Canadian wear, and this cute crochet tote immediately caught my eye. I love the potholder too, and whether you hook this up for yourself or as a gift, this is sure to get you (or your kitchen) noticed. This pattern can be found at a very reasonable price on Etsy.

Crochet-Eh Throw Pillow

 

Crochet-Eh Throw Pillow. This pillow is cute and will add a fun splash to your patio decor on Canada Day. It could also double as a gift for those who use this term (and we Canadians don’t “eh” as much as our American neighbours may think) as a gag gift that is also useful. The pattern is free from Yarnspirations. 

Maple Leaf Amigurumi

 

Maple Leaf Amigurumi. This adorable maple leaf amigurumi has won my heart, and would be the project I’d try my hand at for Canada Day. It’d make a sweet addition to a child’s collection of toys, and will bring a smile to your guests’ faces on Canada Day.  The pattern is free from Spin a Yarn Crochet, a cute little blog I just stumbled upon.

I had a lot of fun rounding up these patterns, and I hope you love them as much as I do. I’d love to to see your crochet creations, so if you do hook up one of these lovelies, please share in the comments section, or email me. And have a very happy Canada Day!

 

Jewels

 

 



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