20 Free Patterns Crocheted in the Color Green

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Happy Friday! A few years ago I did a series of roundups dedicated to different colors and they were a hit!  This week on Free Pattern Friday I have gathered 20 Free Patterns Crocheted in Green! This week’s color collection includes shawls, wraps, scarves, dresses, bags and more!

Remember if green is not one of your favorite colors – you can simply use your favorite yarn color instead! What is your favorite color?

All patterns were free at the time they were added to the post.

If you visit a link and it has become a “for sale” pattern, please let me know so I can update it! Thank you!

20 Free Patterns Crocheted in the Color Green

20 Free Patterns Crocheted in the Color Green

My Story Shawl by Dedri Uys

Eve’s Reversible Tote Bag by Maria Bittner

May Emerald Square by Sara Sach

Moss Columns Dishcloth by American Crochet

Beach Glass Clutch by Krista Cagle

6 Lacey Jade Wrap by Cheryl Frye

Fins Wrap by Jessie Rayot

Amazing Grace Lucky Green Shawl by Elena Hunt

Green Gradient Cowl by Jessie Rayot

10 Vintage Garden Afghan Square by Danyel Pink


11 Handy Dandy Pencil Case by Erangi Udeshika

12 Cabled Mitts by Jessie Rayot

13 Gemstone Lace Toddler/Child Poncho by Dorianna Rivelli

14 Lacy Fan Infinity Scarf by Joanita Theron

15 Gemstone Lace Dress by Dorianna Rivelli

16 Grab & Go Market or Beach Bag by Erangi Udeshika

17 Slanted Dishcloth & Wedge by Dianne Hunt

18 Haula Cowl by Katy Petersen

19 Ava Baby Bonnet by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson

20 Pineapple Cascade Baby Dress by Kim Guzman

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  1. Hi Sharon, Hmmm… I wonder if you can copy and paste the link of the post into PrintFriendly? I’ve only come across 2 blogs online that I can’t use PrintFriendly for – one allows copy and paste instead and the other one (an amigurumi one) requires you to sit and read the pattern on the site or pay for a copy of your own to download. I’m hoping Dorianna’s is allowing PrintFriendly. All the best, Rhondda

  2. Rhondda, whenever I click on The Lavender Chair’s free patterns, I am unable to copy and paste them into a word document. Whenever I try to let them know, it takes me back to the pattern which I can’t access. Is there a way I can get the pattern for #15 above? Thank you in advance for your reply.