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12 Spring Crochet Scarves and Shawls Patterns

12 spring scarves and shawls crochet patterns

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Spring is here! The weather is a bit warmer, everything around is green and the air smells nice and fresh.
I know most of us are still staying home, so I thought it could be a great chance to make some beautiful scarves to bring the spring into your home (and be ready for when it is safe to get back out again).

All patterns were designed by talented designers, I’m sure you’ll find something you love!
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Sunset On Fire Shawl

This light and airy crescent-shaped shawl was designed by With Alex. It is perfect for slightly warmer days when you still want to have something light around your neck.
You will need 4.0mm crochet hook and 470 yards of DK yarn.
Get the free pattern HERE.

Photo by With Alex


Ice To Bloom Shawl

Just by the name of this shawl, you know it’s perfect for this time of the year. The beautiful shawl was designed by Janne from Joy of Motion Crochet, it’s light, but still keeps you warm when wrapped around the shoulders.
You will need 5.0mm crochet hook and 2 skeins of Lion Brand Cupcake yarn.
Get the free pattern HERE.

Photo by Joy of Motions Crochet


The Love Blossoms Shawl

This beautiful shawl is easy, repetitive and creates a pattern of cute little hearts! The pattern is from Hooked Up Crochet, It will be lovely as a wrap, but also as a triangle scarf!
You will need 5.0mm crochet hook and DK yarn.
You will find the free pattern HERE

Photo by Hooked Up Crochet


Light and Lacy Mesh Cowl

So unique and elegant! This cowl was designed by Rose from Loopingly Made, it can be worn in more than one way and is super quick to make.
For the cowl you will need 5.0mm crochet hook and Premier Bamboo Fair yarn.
You will find the free pattern HERE.

Light and Lacy Mesh Cowl- Free Crochet Pattern
Photo by Loopingly Made


Felici On The Double Cowl

This beautiful chevron cowl, designed by Sati from Rows and Roses, is fun, works up quickly and looks great in variegated yarn!
For this cowl, you will need 5.5mm crochet hook and Fingering yarn.
You will find the free pattern HERE.

Photo by Rows and Roses


Honeycomb Shawl

This shawl is just stunning! It’s oversized, which gives you multiple ways to wear it. The elegant and unique shawl was designed by Ashley from Leither co.
For this shawl, you will need 6.5mm crochet hook and Worsted yarn.
You will find the free pattern HERE.

Photo by Leither co.


Everlasting Infinity Scarf

With just the right colors for the spring, this infinity scarf is the perfect project! The scarf was designed by Ashley from Through The Loop. The pattern is easy, with only one-row repeat.
For this scarf, you will need 6.0mm crochet hook and Lion Brand Ferris Wheel yarn.
You will find the free pattern HERE.

Photo by Through The Loop


Sadie Shawl

This rectangle shawl is elegant and airy, it comes in 2 sizes- long and extra long! The beautifully textured shawl was designed by Michelle from Two Brothers Blankets.
For this shawl, you will need 6.0mm crochet hook and Sport weight yarn.
You will find the free pattern HERE.


Slanting Shells Wrap

Unique and elegant, this wrap design of Creations By Courtney, is light and great for the springtime!
For this wrap, you will need 5.5mm crochet hook and Aran weight yarn.
You will find the free pattern HERE.

Photo by Creations By Courtney


Criss Cross Infinity Scarf

This infinity scarf is colorful and has a beautiful texture, which makes it fun to crochet. Designed by Amanda from Loops and Love Crochet, this scarf will be perfect for when the weather starts to become less cold.
For this scarf, you will need 5.5mm crochet hook and Lion Brand Mandala yarn.
You can get the free pattern HERE.


Marly’s Chic Crochet Shoulder Wrap

This romantic and dainty wrap would be a lovely addition to your wardrobe! Wear it with a beautiful dress, or with a nice everyday outfit. The wrap was designed by Julie from ACCROchet.
For this wrap, you will need 6.0mm crochet hook and Aran weight yarn.
You can get the free pattern HERE.


Gathering Driftwood Shawl

This triangle shawl is simple, yet elegant. It can be worn as a wrap over the shoulders with a nice dress for a date night, or as a casual triangle scarf with an everyday outfit. The shawl was designed by Hortense from Knitting With Chopsticks.
For this shawl, you will need 3.5mm crochet hook and Sport weight yarn.
You can get the free pattern HERE.

Photo by Knitting with Chopsticks

(1) Comment

  1. Sati says:

    Great collection. Thanks for including my Felici On The Double cowl. That Sunset on Fire shawl looks amazing!

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