Typically the most popular colors of Valentine’s Day are simply red, pink, and purple. Or maybe we can try some fresh new colors this year. From rose to mauve, the word blush can represent many different shades of the classic reds, pinks, and purples, while still invoking those classic feelings of romance, sweetness, and passion. Below you will find some of my favorite blush shades that inspired me to create these yarn color palettes.
I hope everyone falls in love with these beautiful Valentine’s blush palettes as much as I do and may they bring you creativity and inspiration for your valentine’s Day-themed yarn projects.
With this Valentine’s Day-inspired yarn color palette compilation, I really want to explore more nontraditional colors. So I started this palette actually in December but chose to wait a bit to enjoy my holidays with my family, and it ended up helping me find Valentine’s Day inspiration! I see so many classic color choices in the crochet patterns I find, but who is today we need to stick with those colors.
Thank you for visiting Vivid Crochet and hopefully, you can find something to get that creative spark flowing.
With more purple and red undertones, these bright floral palettes are perfect for Valentine’s Day. I mainly focused on the contrast between red and green and tried to really rejuvenate the traditional colors with more updated shades.
Some of my personal favorite blush shades are closer to the pastel pink and peach family. Below we have more of the muted shades that have been super popular the last couple years. Who said coral couldn’t be a valentine color?