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17+ Mother’s Day Crochet Patterns (Last-Minute Ideas, too!)

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and you know what that means—it’s time to shower the special women in our lives with lots of love and handmade gifts. In this article, we’ll share 17 of our favorite crochet Mother’s Days Ideas, including a bunch of patterns you can make last minute. From a can cozy to an elegant sun hat, there’s something here for everyone. So, grab your hooks, and let’s get started!

photo collage of crochet potholder against white backdrop; crochet daisy bookmark with a book against white counter top; four crochet scrubbies in white, red, yellow, and pink on light counter top; and woman wearing a crochet towel wrapping her hair

Free Crochet Patterns for Mother’s Day

Nothing says “I love you, Mom” like a handmade present crocheted with care. In this list of 17+ Crochet Mother’s Day gifts, we’ve included a variety of projects that are perfect for moms and grandmas of all kinds.

And don’t worry if you’re a little behind in your gift-making game; there are lots of patterns in this list that won’t take too long to whip up.  

Crochet Mother's Day Ideas

Enjoy these patterns for inspiration when you start your next Mother's Day project!

Essential Crochet Supplies for Mother’s Day Crochet Patterns

Before we dive into the patterns, let’s talk about the supplies you’ll need.

  • Crochet Hooks. You’ll want to have an assortment of crochet hooks in different sizes. These are our favorite ergonomic hooks.
  • Scissors. You’ll need trusty pair of scissors; any size will work. 
  • Tapestry needle, for weaving in the yarn ends
  • Yarn. And, of course, some lovely yarn in your mom’s favorite colors. 

You can easily find these items at your local craft store or online. For each pattern in the list below, we’ve linked to the suggested yarn for your convenience.

Crochet Techniques to Know

Here are some of the most common crochet techniques you’ll encounter in the patterns below.

Can beginners make these Mother’s Day Crochet patterns?

Many of these patterns are perfect for beginning crocheters. In particular, the potholder and the scrubby would be great options for new crocheters.

If you’re a seasoned crocheter, you’ll find some slightly more challenging and intricate patterns, too.

And now, here is a delightful selection of crochet patterns that’ll warm Mom’s heart faster than you can say “granny square.”

More Crochet Pattern Collections

If you love to crochet, you may be interested in the following articles:

photo collage of crochet potholder against white backdrop; crochet daisy bookmark with a book against white counter top; four crochet scrubbies in white, red, yellow, and pink on light counter top; and woman wearing a crochet towel wrapping her hair

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