Spring Sweater Collection of Crochet Patterns

Spring Sweater Collection of cardigan crochet patterns by Little Monkeys Designs

I am so excited to finally show you what I've been working on behind the scenes!

Introducing the Spring Sweater Collection -
4 beautiful cardigan sweaters, perfect for Spring - from chilly mornings to warm afternoons.

Everyday Casual cardigan crochet pattern by Little Monkeys Designs

Everyday Casual Cardigan - sized for Toddlers through 2XL Women, this cardigan is perfect for wearing everyday - open stitches makes this a quick and easy cardigan to crochet.

Lacy's cardigan crochet pattern by Little Monkeys Designs

Lacy Cardigan - is a fun mix of stitches, creating a beautifully unique long sleeve cardigan style sweater for dressing up any outfit on a chilly morning.

Laurie's cardigan crochet pattern by Little Monkeys Designs

Laurie's Cardigan - a cute, warm weather cardigan with delicate flowers on the front and arched stitching across the top and back to create a casual, feminine look.

Lillys Cropped cardigan crochet pattern by Little Monkeys Designs

Lilly's Springtime Cardigan  - a sweet and simple girls cropped cardigan, perfect for wearing over a Spring or Easter Sunday dress.

Check out my new Spring Sweater Collection - you're sure to find a must have for the Spring!

Spring Sweater Collection of cardigan crochet patterns by Little Monkeys Designs

Organize your Yarn and Crochet Hooks

No one can use tangled up yarn or lost crochet hooks! When you organize your yarn and hooks, you ensure that they stay in the best conditions for use, 

To store my yarns, I prefer to use open shelving like a bookcase or clear storage totes so I can see what I have. It is best to pick an organization theme as well for your yarn. Store the yarn by fiber type, color, or weight. 

Glass jars or decorated aluminum cans are perfect for displaying your crochet hooks on a desk or table. Crochet hook cases are perfect for storing extra hooks or for taking them on a trip.

Tangle-free yarn and hooks that you can find when you need them are definitely worth taking a few minutes to organize!

How to keep your pattern clean

Crochet Tip of the Week:

If you're like me, you enjoy a little tea or coffee with your crochet! And maybe you're also easily distracted like me and can spill your tea or coffee on the pattern that you're working on?? The safe option is to put your pattern inside a plastic sleeve to keep it protected from spills, little ones, dogs, etc...

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Use the best yarn possible

There's nothing like finishing a large project and it all falling apart because you used really cheap yarn! For any project, you should use the best yarn possible so that you are pleased with the end results. Poor quality yarn can pill, scratch, fall apart, and lead to other unpleasant results. You definitely don't want that to happen after you put so much of your time and effort into the project!! The tip is to use good yarn - the best you can afford - that is appropriate for the project. 

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