25 Holidays to Celebrate with Crochet

An example of Valentine’s Day crochet

 

Do you need fresh crochet inspiration? One great place to get inspiration is to look to an upcoming holiday. Usually if you do that then things will immediately come to mind that are appropriate to that holiday and your crochet mojo will start making magic. You may just think of a symbol related to the holiday that you want to try crochet (like a heart for Valentine’s Day). Or you may want to crochet an item for donation for a holiday (like a scarf for a solider on Veteran’s Day). Or you may think of a great gift for someone for that holiday. Get creative! And then when the next holiday rolls around, get creative again!

Here are 25 different holidays that you might want to crochet something for:

  1. Super Bowl Sunday
  2. Valentine’s Day
  3. Mardi Gras
  4. Groundhog Day
  5. Pi Day
  6. St. Patrick’s Day
  7. Easter
  8. April Fools Day
  9. Earth Day
  10. Cinco de Mayo
  11. Memorial Day and the start of Summer
  12. Mother’s Day
  13. Father’s Day
  14. Fourth of July
  15. International Crochet Day
  16. Halloween
  17. Dia de los Muertos
  18. Veteran’s Day
  19. Thanksgiving
  20. Black Friday
  21. Hanukkah
  22. Christmas
  23. New Year
  24. Chinese New Year
  25. Birthdays of Everyone You Love!

What is your favorite holiday to crochet something for?

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Kathryn

San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!

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