Crochet the Rainbow: Part 2

I decided to revisit rainbows, because they make me happy! With so many awesome patterns out there that fit the stunning color combos that make up a rainbow, I had to share some more! So I present to you Crochet the Rainbow : Part 2 !





1.) Chasing Chevrons Wristers by A Crocheted Simplicity


You can’t help but love these brightly colored mitts! Add a big button for wow factor!

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2.) Classic Cable Rainbow Star Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs


Brighten your day with this super cute afghan! This is the perfect baby gift for boy or girl too.

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3.) Diagonal Weave Infinity Scarf or Cowl by Crochet by Jennifer


If you are confident in your crochet skills, this cowl is an amazing project for you! Just look at that texture!

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4.) Flower Heart Wall Decor by Accessorise


How beautiful is this wall hanging? You can customize the flower colors to match your room!

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5.) Julie Scarf by Divine Debris (FREE)


This colorful pattern is perfect for a newbie crocheter in need of some color! It’s also free!

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6.) Kaleidoscope Scarf by Danyel Pink Designs


The Kaleidoscope Scarf is simple and colorful! Grab a ball of verigated yarn and go!

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7.) Rainbow Butterfly Chevron Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs


This afghan is sure to make you happy with fun colors and little butterflies! Customize the size to your liking!

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8.) Sundae Larksfoot Slouch by Sincerely Pam


Try a new stitch with this adorable slouch! The larksfoot is perfect for changing colors!

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9.) Unicorn Rainbow Game Crochet by Briana K Designs


Rainbows, unicorn and pom poms! What more could you need?

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I hope these patterns make you happy as a rainbow should! Of course, all of these patterns will look amazing in any color choice, but if you need more rainbow patterns, be sure to check out Crochet the Rainbow !

Happy crocheting,


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