Spring is finally here and I am more than excited to share this news with you! The latest issue of I Like Crochet just went live and I am more so honored to have some patterns featured inside! I have been working on these patterns for quite some time and it is really exciting to see them published! 

If you've not heard about I Like Crochet yet, it is a digital magazine that includes crochet projects, articles, and videos in a beautiful, digital-only publication. If you haven't checked it out already you definitely should, as the recent issue is really colorful and packed with some really exciting summery patterns!
I crocheted this striped V-Stitch afghan having all the ice creams in mind; I finished it with an off white border giving it a lovely detail!
I cannot even describe how much I love this mermaid tail blanket! It can be made for the little girl in your life using your favorite colors! Entirely crocheted in the shell stitch the pattern is quite easy to remember making it really fun to work up! The tail is crochted separately and then sewed on the the main body of the blanket!
I crocheted this roomy tote bag having the endless summer days in mind! I used Lily Sugar 'n Cream yarn in Tea Rose, Sage Green and Robin's Egg to create this easy bag! I really enjoyed working on this project and I cannot wait for the warmer days to come to take my bag with me! It would also make a lovely project bag!

I have this thing for motifs! When I saw the lovely color combination of this triangle motif I immeditaly fell in love! Having a large flower in the center it it the perfect option for celebrating the start of summer with garden picnics and parties!
One can never have enough shawls! The Morning Glory Shawl, featuring lovely ombre blues, is the perfect accesoory for the chillier days od spring and summer!
Gimme all the macarons! These scrubbies are such a lovely gift idea enough to eat. Thanks to the three layers of crochet, these scrubbies are durable making them ideal to use around the house!

If you want to give these  projects a try then download the new issue today and get ready for the new season by making all of them  or your favorites!
I would love to see your photos if you give these patterns a try! Send me your snapshots or tag them #littlethingsblogged on Instagram.

Enjoy your day!

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