Free Downloadable March 2020 Calendar

Well how about that, we’re marchin’ into March! The weather is taking a turn for the better, the bravest of flowers are starting to bloom, and dare I say it—it’s starting to feel like winter might come to an end after all.

It wouldn’t be a new month without a new calendar! I mean, technically it would, but it wouldn’t be nearly as fun. This month features my very favorite little alpaca buddy. I have been trying desperately to come up with a name for him, but haven’t had any luck just yet. If you have any ideas, leave ’em in the comments! I will be forever grateful.

To get the March 2020 calendar background of your choosing (smart phones, tablets, or desktop computers), simply click the applicable device icon below. Enjoy!

Desktop wallpaper calendar for mobile 2015
Desktop wallpaper calendar for tablet 2015
Desktop wallpaper calendar for desktop 2015


  1. Diane Overstreet / March 2, 2020

    I love your calendars! You’re the best and I sure miss working with you.

  2. Rebecca Jo Vincent / March 2, 2020

    Been looking forward to the green! Thank you!

  3. Cheri / March 1, 2020

    I love your company, I love your yarn, I love your girls in customer service.

  4. Jan in MN / March 1, 2020

    Thank you. My favorite color; but then I like all desktop calendars! Thank you.

  5. Barbara Colvin / March 1, 2020

    Mr. E. Nuff Fluff
    Thanks for the great calendars!

    • Morgan B / March 2, 2020

      Hahaha so dignified and so cute. I love it 😀

  6. Debbie Jarmusik / March 1, 2020

    Thank you. This month’s calendar is lovely. How about the name Mallow?

    • Morgan B / March 2, 2020

      Aw I love Mallow!

  7. Michelle / March 1, 2020

    LOVE IT!!!!! I look forward to them every month. Thank you!

  8. Vickie / March 1, 2020

    Thank you, this is just lovely!

  9. Jean Chambard-Orth / March 1, 2020

    I think, with the lovely coloring, naming her should be “Pearl S.” I choose that because working a knit pattern is reading!!

    (Why did Pearl S Buck win the Nobel Prize?
    In 1938, she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature “for her rich and truly epic descriptions of peasant life in China and for her biographical masterpieces”. She was the first American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature.)

  10. Caroline Collins / March 1, 2020

    Is that a skein of Hawthorne Speckle? Do you know which colorway? It’s beautiful!

    • Morgan B / March 2, 2020

      Yes it is! It’s the Blueberry Speckle colorway 🙂

  11. Kelly / March 1, 2020

    Thank you! I think they just keep getting better each year.

  12. Lauren / March 1, 2020

    Love this one! Thanks for doing these each month 🙂