Although, we had an unusually colder week, last week, I do believe Spring is here!!
In the springtime I like to crochet and knit garments with yarns that keep me cool! What about you? Cotton yarns, Cotton blends, even light weight wools are good!
Now that I have your attention…. let’s look at some patterns great for spring!
Enjoy this Springtime Pattern round up!
The Lily Romper, while not crocheted with a light weight yarn, is perfect for spring!! Evelyn of Pink Sheep Designs specializes in beginner friendly patterns crocheted with Bulky yarns!! I highly suggest that you follow her and try out a few of her patterns!! Isn’t Evelyn just the cutest!
Katie Blouse (Paid- link goes to Two Brother’s Blanket’s where you can find direct links to several platforms for purchasing the pattern)
The Katie Blouse by Michelle of Two Brothers Blankets is a light and airy crochet pattern designed with DK weight yarn and 3/4 length sleeves!
Imagine this done up in a beautiful hand-dyed yarn!! There are several other patterns on this site that would be perfect for Spring!
Of course no Springtime Round up is complete without a shawl
Secret Paths (free)
Secret Paths by Johanna Lindahl of Mijo Crochet is a shawl designed with a light weight yarn and beautiful texture! You’ll surely be the talk of the town wearing this piece! Secret Paths is available in many different languages. While the pattern, itself, is free there is an option to donate to Johanna’s page.
The Rachel Crop Top (paid)
I don’t know about you…but I LOVE to wear crop top/bralette type items during the spring and summer! They are perfect for everyday wear- either as a main garment or an under garment! P.S. Evelyn has another bralette pattern, currently in testing, at the time this post was written! Keep your eye on her instagram for more details!
**Please note that these patterns do not belong to me. They are the intellectual property and hard work of other designers. The links provided will take you directly to the designer’s page, where you can find information on the patterns shown here.**