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25 Budget-Friendly Spring Crochet Ideas

Don’t feel bad about pinching those pennies. Try these 25 kits from Lion Brand to get your crochet fix this spring without breaking the bank!

Lately, I’ve been bitten by the travel bug and plan to spend my spring and summer on as many airplanes as possible. That means my travel budget is going up while my yarn budget is going down. But I found a bunch of great crochet kits on the Lion Brand website for $40 or less to keep me preoccupied while I’m jet setting!

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There’s something so appealing about a crochet kit when you’re low on time and cash. Lion Brand works with independent designers to curate gorgeous patterns and turns those patterns into kits using their yarns. Lion Brand Kits include all the yarn for the project plus a printed copy of the pattern. All you need is a hook and you’re set to go!

Being creative doesn't have to break the bank. If you love to crochet and want to make fun, modern projects, take a look at these 25 projects you can make with a handy kit for under $40. Everything from tops to cardigans, amigurumi to baby blankets and everything in between. What will you make next? #crochet #lionbrand | TLYCBlog.com

There are hundreds of gorgeous crochet kits on the Lion Brand website. I filtered by price to keep these projects budget friendly. Then I picked out (only!) 25 of my favorites that are perfect to make as the weather warms up. And here they are! Click the links below the photos to find the kits yourself.

Being creative doesn't have to break the bank. If you love to crochet and want to make fun, modern projects, take a look at these 25 projects you can make with a handy kit for under $40. Everything from tops to cardigans, amigurumi to baby blankets and everything in between. What will you make next? #crochet #lionbrand | TLYCBlog.com

1// Daydream Shawl from TL Yarn Crafts. I’m so excited to announce that the Daydream Shawl is now a kit from Lion Brand! You can choose 1 of three neutral colors to complete this fun and addictive Tunisian crochet project. Or start your project with the free pattern here!

2// Aurora Shrug from Designs by Phanessa. I’m a sucker for a good cocoon cardigan. Constructed from a simple rectangle and lacy stitching, this one will be a spring go-to piece.

3// Flower Child Circle Tank from Two of Wands. Can you even deal with the cuteness of this sweet tank?! Designer Alexi of Two of Wands even included an adjustable drawstring for a perfect fit.

4// June Sun Hat from Sewrella. For those days spend tending to your garden or strolling the beach, keep this lovely hat handy.

5// Cedar Island Sweater from Rohn Strong. Deceptively easy, this top mixes simple color changes and familiar stitches for a stunning finished piece.

Being creative doesn't have to break the bank. If you love to crochet and want to make fun, modern projects, take a look at these 25 projects you can make with a handy kit for under $40. Everything from tops to cardigans, amigurumi to baby blankets and everything in between. What will you make next? #crochet #lionbrand | TLYCBlog.com

6// Fresh Market Tote from TL Yarn Crafts. Combine two yarns, one for its strength and one for its beauty, and you’ll have the Fresh Market Tote. Make this bag for those spring trips to the farmer’s market, the library, and the beach.

7// Grandmother’s Flower Garden Quilt from Make and Do Crew. I’ve been obsessed with this gorgeous baby blanket since Jess released it. And I’m so excited to see how reasonably priced the kit is!

8// Two Tone Scarf Wrap from All About Ami. I can’t help but love everything made from Lion Brand Jeans yarn. And Stephanie makes that love even stronger with this perfect spring wrap.

9// Storybrook Lane Cardigan from Knits and Knots by AME. For those early spring days that aren’t so warm, try out this cozy cardigan.

10// Amelia Dress from Yarn Hook Needles. You already know how I feel about Tunisian crochet. Use your TC skills and make this gorgeous, lightweight dress.

Being creative doesn't have to break the bank. If you love to crochet and want to make fun, modern projects, take a look at these 25 projects you can make with a handy kit for under $40. Everything from tops to cardigans, amigurumi to baby blankets and everything in between. What will you make next? #crochet #lionbrand | TLYCBlog.com

11// Summertime Tee from TL Yarn Crafts. Make this airy tee to wear on the plane when you head to your next destination! Available in 3 spring-ready colors, the Summertime Tee is bound to be a favorite.

12// Wishing Well Wrap from Sewrella. Leave it to Ashleigh to constantly remind us of the beauty that is color changing yarns. This lovely wrap is made with just 2 balls of Mandala.

13// Positano Tee from Hopeful Honey. There’s something so cheerful about a mesh t-shirt, and Olivia knows how to execute it just right!

14// Pineapple Purse from All About Ami. When the playfulness of amigurumi meets practicality, you get this adorable purse.

15// Shilo Baby Blanket from Darling Be Brave. Forgot about that baby shower? Whip up this simply sweet baby blanket in no time.

Being creative doesn't have to break the bank. If you love to crochet and want to make fun, modern projects, take a look at these 25 projects you can make with a handy kit for under $40. Everything from tops to cardigans, amigurumi to baby blankets and everything in between. What will you make next? #crochet #lionbrand | TLYCBlog.com

16// Whispering Birch Vest from Hopeful Honey. Did someone say festival season?! Bring the boho vibes with this cute vest.

17// Street Fair Boho Purse from Make and Do Crew. Round out your summer festival look with the perfect boho purse.

18// Ophelia Vest from The Hook Nook. This project takes crochet to the next level by using the surface crochet technique. Give it a try!

19// Granny Squared Top from One Dog Woof. This ain’t your granny’s top. Chi Wei makes granny squares fun and functional in this kit.

20// Eastwick Wrap from Two of Wands. If light and airy is your jam, then this is your wrap.

Being creative doesn't have to break the bank. If you love to crochet and want to make fun, modern projects, take a look at these 25 projects you can make with a handy kit for under $40. Everything from tops to cardigans, amigurumi to baby blankets and everything in between. What will you make next? #crochet #lionbrand | TLYCBlog.com

21// Astrid Ruana from TL Yarn Crafts. When you need that extra layer to fight off the early spring chill, reach for the Astrid Ruana. Made from two simple shapes with a couple color changes, it’s a TLYC favorite.

22// Crochet Espadrilles from Make and Do Crew. Jess cornered the market on jazzing up flip flops. These espadrilles are my favorites of all the flip flop patterns she released.

23// Baby Penguin from One Dog Woof. We’ve been talking a lot about wearable in this roundup. Who’s ready for some amigurumi?!

24// Willow Lace Vest from Two of Wands. Because you really can’t have too many lacy vests.

25// Wanders Wrap from Mama in a Stitch. Let’s wrap up this roundup with a perfect spring wrap from Jessica!

I hope you enjoyed this list of fun, affordable crochet projects for the spring and summer. Let me know in the comments what you like to work on when the weather heats up.

Keep up with Lion Brand crochet kits of TL Yarn Crafts patterns here – TLYC x Lion Brand Kits.

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Being creative doesn't have to break the bank. If you love to crochet and want to make fun, modern projects, take a look at these 25 projects you can make with a handy kit for under $40. Everything from tops to cardigans, amigurumi to baby blankets and everything in between. What will you make next? #crochet #lionbrand | TLYCBlog.com
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  • Reply Rowena Aubrey

    Hi Toni!
    I really want to make you daydreamer shawl! It just speaks to me, as most of your designs do. Having a problem with trying to find the right size hook with the 40in flexible cord. The closest I can find is a 32in L/8mm or a 40in M/9mm.
    Which do you suggest I use? Those interchangeable sets are not in my budget

    May 20, 2019 at 2:18 am
    • Reply Toni L.

      Hi! The 32″ cord on the 8mm should work just fine 🙂

      May 22, 2019 at 8:24 am

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