6 Spring Scarves and Shawls Knit Patterns

Last Updated on April 16, 2022

Can you feel the warm gusts of wind in the air? Well, at least here, the temperatures are starting to rise slowly, The mornings are not as cold as they used to be and you can definitely feel the spring fumbling its way back.

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To celebrate the upcoming spring, I gathered 6 different spring scarves and shawls patterns from very talented designers.

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True Blue Shawlette

This romantic small shawl (which is more like an elegant scarf) was designed by Gretchen from Balls to the Walls Knits. It is knitted from bottom up with gorgeous Lana Grossa 365 Cotone yarn and 4.5mm (US 7) circular needles. The pattern is scalable and can be adjusted to the amount of yarn you have. 
With it’s beautiful leaves and airy texture, this shawl is the perfect accessory for these cold-ish days.
You can find the free pattern HERE.

Photo by Balls to the Walls Knits

Braided Bridge Cable Scarf 

If you like cable knitting, or you always wanted to try it out, this is the pattern for you! This friendly begginer cable scarf will suit every weather.
This scarf was designed by Hortense from Knitting with Chopsticks, it calls for Knitologie merino worsted yarn and 4.5mm (US 7) knitting needles.
The pattern gives the cables a modern and young look that will go along with every outfit.
Get the free pattern HERE.

Simple cable knit scarf pattern FREE
Photo by Knitting With Chopsticks

Springtime Shawlette

Just as the name suggests, this elegant and unique shawlette is the ultimate accessory for the spring time.
The shawlette was designed by Edie Eckman and is worked in an open spiral with 4.0mm (US 6) knitting needles and beautiful SweetGeorgia Tough Love Sock yarn.
You can make this shawlette with only 100 gram of sock yarn, but if you would like to make it longer, you can use more yarn and make your shawlette as long as you like.
You can find the pattern HERE.

Photo by Edie Eckman

Primavera Wrap

This light and airy wrap is another design by Gretchen from Balls to the Walls Knits.
The pattern is a combination between a shawl and a scarf, making it suitable as an accessory for your everyday outfit, and also as an elegant wrap for a chilly date night. 
For this pattern you will need 4.5mm (US 7) knitting needles and the fancy Lang Yarns Ella Color.
You will find the free pattern HERE.

Photo by Balls to the Walls Knits

Sprouts Shawlette

The unique Sprouts Shawlette resembles the end of the cold winter with the slow emerging of the spring, as a new fern, the cables, emerges from the ice.
This romantic pattern was designed by Annina From ARTESANITARIUM and is worked in two parts, first you knit the border and then you knit the body of the shawllete. The pattern calls for 3.0mm (US 2.5) circular needles and uses Fingering weight yarn. 
Get the pattern HERE.


Jiffy Mesh Cowl

The Jiffy Mesh Cowl works up very quick, it’s the perfect one skein project!
The lovely pattern was designed by Emily from Hooked Hazel. This fun cowl will add some extra color to your wordrobe, just in time for the upcoming spring. So choose your favorite color and knit it up!
The cowl is knitted with 8 mm (US 11) circular needles and Bulky weight yarn.
You will find the free pattern HERE.

Photo by Hooked Hazel

Did you try any of these lovely patterns? Let me know how it went and leave a comment below!

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