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All Seasons Ebook *FREE*

All Free Crochet just Release a NEW FREE Downloadable E Book Featuring patterns great for each season! It's nice to have a digital copy and be able to click on all the great links to find even more patterns! 

Some of my favorites in this book are:

Stitch 11 Her daughter is adorable in the FREE Ruffle Skirt pattern!

Cre8tion Crochet Will take you away you away to a festival or craft fair in her cute little bag small enough to not weigh you down, but still having room for you wallet lip gloss and keys! Or you can fall in love with her colorful vest pattern! 

Moogly Never Disappoints! Her single skein Spring cowl will be cute and easy on your budget to make! 

Snappy Tots  Has a foodie pattern that reminds me of Twinkie Chan! I know my boys will have more fun drinking the water they need if it is in the cool bag that looks like a rocket Popsicle. Here is a Review I posted on her FREE Police Box Hat Pattern  *tardis*

My Hobby is Crochet will keep you warm in the Fall with tricolor her heart themed cowl! 

Jessie at Home Has a little girl dress in 2 child sizes to keep little girls cool and stylish during the summer. 

Fiber Flux has a BERRY cute granny afghan that will brighten up your home anytime of the year!

Little Things Blogged I haven't visited this site before but the crochet spring wreath is too adorable to pass up!  

There also many more patterns and even some from RedHeart, including a shawl by my FAVORITE crochet lace designer Kristin Omdahl Look for her published books in store but be prepared to drool!!

**OOO and My ever popular Flirty Spring Scarf is included in this round up! 

Which pattern are you most excited to make?? 


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