Crochet the Rainbow

Rainbows are an amazing thing! They seem to pop up when we need them most. I think we can all agree that the joy a rainbow brings with worth the storm it takes to see them. Crocheting the rainbow can do the same thing! I chose these 9 fun, rainbow colored patterns for this roundup simply because they made me smile!


1.) Becca Scarf by Divine Debris

Use up some of that yarn you have stashed away with this super fun, basketweave scarf! I think this one would look great in ombre colorways too!
Get this pattern here.

2.) Chasing Chevrons Yarn & Beach Tote by A Crocheted Simplicity

Take your precious yarn on the go with you with this amazing chevron bag! Better yet, gift it to a special friend!
Get this pattern here.

3.) Chevron & Stripes Cowl by Accessorise

Stay cozy with this multi-colored cowl. It has both stripes and chevrons, and who doesn't love chevrons?
Get this pattern here.

4.) Chromatic Cobbles Blanket by Felted Button

Susan is the queen of color! Her designs always capture the rainbow, and never disappoint!
Get this pattern here.

5.) Dream Catcher Ottoman and Blanket by Just Be Happy Crochet

Put your feet up and get cozy with this colorful set!
Get this pattern here.

6.) Lazy Daisy Garden Afghan by Danyel Pink

This lazy day afghan is perfect to curl up on the couch with! With beautifully colored motifs, its a great scrap busting project for a rainy day!
Get this pattern here.

7.) Loop the Loop Round Afghan by Crafting Friends Designs

This great afghan can also be used as a centerpiece or rug! Its texture really makes those colors pop!
Get this pattern here.

8.) Monster Pencil Case by Just Be Happy Crochet

Here's one of the kiddos too! I could use some scrap cotton up and carry my hooks with me with this super cute pencil case!
Get this pattern here.

9.) Rainbow Convertible Cowl by ACCROchet

I adore versatile patterns! This hat can also be a cowl! Grab your favorite colors and whip this up now!
Get this pattern here.
I hope these patterns make you smile the way that I do when I look at them! I enjoy a good pattern to use up leftover yarns and I sure have plenty on my hands!
Happy crocheting,

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