Hello everyone! Tara here—
Mother’s Day is coming up fast!
If you’re like me, then you probably love giving the mothers in your life something that’s handmade. And, if you’re really like me, then you haven’t even started to make your gifts yet.
We’re officially 4 days away and the time crunch has begun to make the perfect present.
Here are some projects you can make in a flash that any mom would love:
# 1: Valentine Treat Bag
Stick a chocolate bar (or three) in this cute little heart treat bag for a gift Mom will really love!
This cowl is perfect for chilly spring mornings, and stitches up quickly. It goes with any outfit so it will become one of Mom’s favorites in a flash.
Who doesn’t love socks? This pair is great for beginners and is sure to bring a bright spot of joy to Mom’s day.
# 4: The Grace Scarf
Mom can wear this scarf with any outfit or tie it on her purse for a beautiful pop of color and texture!
Shawls are always a favorite, and this one whips up fast. The self-striping yarn gives you the color you want and doesn’t leave you with ends to weave in.
These gorgeous plant baskets are sure to brighten any mom’s day! Give them with her favorite herbs or succulents already planted inside, or use them as baskets and fill them with her favorite craft supplies.
Is there such a thing as too many baskets? Fill these with snacks, candles, and other little gifts Mom loves for a practical gift she’ll use all the time.
This bag is too cute to ignore and it’s perfect for summer! The best part: it stitches up quicker than you would think because it’s made with bulky-weight yarn.
You can stitch up this fun and lacy poncho in no-time. It’s perfect for spring days and cool summer nights and Mom is guaranteed to love it.
This scarf is perfect for the moms that hate having to carry their purses—the large pockets can fit their necessities and they can leave their heavy bags at home. The neutral colors of this scarf look great with any outfit, and the hearts are lovely touches.
What is your go-to Mother’s Day gift?
– Tara Orchard, Editor of Crochet! Magazine
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