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The Ultimate List of Spring Crochet Patterns Part 1

StraightHooked Ultimate List of Spring Crochet Patterns Part One

Spring is here! This week, the weather has been lovely. Last week? A blizzard. Next week? Who knows! It could be 70* one day and 12* the next. Where I live, spring weather is always a guessing game. I know that my readers are from all over, and some of you have weather now that feels just like summer will for some of you in other places. To celebrate the arrival of spring and to make sure you can find a great pattern you’ll love, no matter the weather, I have compiled the Ultimate List of Spring Crochet Patterns- a list so big that I decided to break it up over a few weeks. Part one starts below. Parts 2 and 3 will be coming in the next couple of weeks, so stay tuned!

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 1. Spring Breeze (no-fall) Shawl from Straight Hooked ($)

My newest design is perfect for the weather change, as it provides just the right balance of showing off your cute shirt and keeping you cozy. You can find a discount code for the pattern as well as the story behind it in my blog post HERE.

Split Back Cardi Crochet Coco Lee Straighthooked
2. Split Back Cardi from Crochet Coco Lee ($)

I love the design of this cardi. The pattern is graded for sizes xs-5x, so everyone can enjoy!

Ragged Falls Cocoon Shrug Sincerely Pam Straighthooked
3. Ragged Falls Cocoon Shrug from Sincerely Pam (free)

If this doesn’t scream “cozy” to you, I don’t know what will. This pattern is available in childrens and ladies sizes, so all the girls in your family can snuggle up in one!

Sarasota Cardi Eye Love Knots Straighthooked
4. Cropped Sarasota Cardi from Eye Love Knots (free)

I just love the texture of this one. Perfect for spring, because the holes will give the perfect balance. Keeping you not too hot, but not too chilly!

X-tra Shrug Stitch In Progress Straighthooked
5. X-tra Shrug from Stitch in Progress (free)

I love the filet crochet detail on this one. Easy to adjust the size to be exactly how you want it!

Rainbow Saver Tote The Loopy Lamb Straighthooked
6. Rainbow Saver Tote from The Loopy Lamb (free)
I love the bright colors on this one, but if you aren’t a “bold, bright colors” kind of gal, you can choose whatever color palette suits your fancy and still have a gorgeous bag!

Stella Squared Shrug ACCROchet Straighthooked
7. Stella Squared Shrug from ACCROchet ($)
Dude. You have to go look at all of the pictures of this one, because it a gorgeous and you can’t tell how much so from just the one photo.

Spring Kerchief Jessie at Home Straighthooked
8. Spring Kerchief from Jessie at Home (free)

I tried to design one of these a couple of years ago… mine was comical, but Jessie’s is so cute!

Nova Shrug Two Brothers Blankets Straight Hooked
9. Nova Shrug from Two Brothers Blankets (free)

I am such a huge fan of all of Michelle’s designs, and this one is no different. The perfect shrug for those of you with warm weather in the springtime!

Nivis Tee Joy of Motion Crochet Straighthooked
10. Nivis Tee from Joy of Motion Crochet (free)

I love the detail on the sleeves. This pattern is available in all sizes, ranging from petite to plus!

Chantilly Lace Vest Kristin Omdahl Straighthooked
11. Chantilly Lace Vest from Kristin Omdahl (free)

First off, that song is in my head now. Is it in yours? I just think this vest is gorgeous, and can be worn from spring until the warm days of fall!

Summer Nights Shawl Evelyn and Peter Straighthooked
12. Summer Nights Shawl from Evelyn and Peter (free)

I really love Rachel’s use of tassels and the open texture. I might actually have to carve out some time to make me one very soon!

Pixel Cardi Hooked Hazel Straighthooked
13. Pixel Cardi from Hooked Hazel (free)

I love the design on the back. This pattern includes sizes xs-2x, and is an intermediate pattern.

Olivia Top Rescued Paw Designs Straighthooked
14. Olivia Top from Rescued Paw Designs (free)

This is graded for a range from small to 3xl and drapes so perfectly!

Diamond V-Neck Top Nickis Homemade Crafts Straighthooked
15. Diamond V neck top from Nicki’s Homemade Crafts (free)

You won’t believe how easy this one is to make! This one is definitely on my “to-make” list.

Jacqueline Pullover ACCROchet Straighthooked
16. Jacqueline Pullover from ACCROchet ($)

This gorgeous sweater is graded for sizes s-xl and looks so cozy!

Magnolia Tee Two Brothers Blankets Straight Hooked

17. Magnolia Tee from Two Brothers Blankets ($)
I love the design of this one, and I also love that color on my friend Michelle!

Vendbar Tote The Loopy Lamb straighthooked
18. Vendbar Tote from The Loopy Lamb (free)

I love the design of this tote. I haven’t made any cute bags before (I’ve freehanded a couple of hilariously ugly bags, but that’s beside the point), so I think I may have to make me one of these!

Spring Shells Jessie at Home Straighthooked
19. Spring Shells from Jessie at Home (free)
This gorgeous shawl was made with Red Heart’s Its a Wrap Rainbow, and oh my is it fabulous! Not that I need any more yarn, but I might have to go buy me some of this!

Mallorie Sweater Sincerely Pam Straight Hooked
20. Mallorie Sweater from Sincerely Pam ($)
This pattern has both the cropped and full length versions, and looks so fabulous over a tank top!

Airy Denim Cardigan Joy of Motion Straighthooked
21. Airy Denim Cardigan from Joy of Motion Crochet (free)

This lovely pattern is graded for 9 sizes, from xs to 5xl. Perfect for every lady to add to her handmade wardrobe!

Corner to Corner Mesh Shawl Loopingly Made Straighthooked
22. Corner to corner mesh shawl from Loopingly Made (free)
Oh, wow. I absolutely love the look of this one. Rose used Tweedle Dee yarn, and the end result is stunning!

Sweet Clara Pullover Kristin Omdahl Straight Hooked
23. Sweet Clara Pullover from Kristin Omdahl (free)

I love the look and drape of this one. The paid PDF also includes a modification for sleeves, and it is stunning!

Summer Swag Wrap The Country Willows Straight Hooked
24. Summer Swag Wrap from The Country Willows (free)

This beautiful wrap is made with fine cotton to make it very lightweight and gratifying to wear anytime you need just a touch of warmth.

Textured Fall Poncho Nickis Homemade Crafts Straight Hooked
25. Textured Fall Poncho from Nicki’s homemade crafts (free)

This gorgeous poncho is sure to keep you cute and warm in spring or fall!

Pom Pom Happiness Shawl Wilmade Straight Hooked
26. Pom Pom Happiness Shawl from Wilmade (free)

The yarn Wilma used is just stunning, but unfortunately can only be purchased in Europe. I hope I can find something similar here, because this one is so beautiful!

Infinite Hues Scarf Jen Hayes Creations StraightHooked
27. Infinite Hues Scarf from Jen Hayes Creations (free)

This scarf is beautiful, as is the story behind it. I highly suggest you take a little time and learn more about this one.

Kate Wrap Sunflower Cottage Crochet Straight Hooked
28. Kate Wrap from Sunflower Cottage Crochet ($)

This wrap looks so cozy, and I love that soft pink she chose. There are also a hat and scarf in the Kate Collection!

Mary Vest Devine Debris Straight Hooked
29. Mary Vest from Devine Debris (free)

I love the long fringe on this one! If you don’t, that’s not a problem at all, because the pattern is easily adjustable for size and length, so you can have your fringe as long or as non-existent as you wish!

Susannah Springtide Shawl Oombakawa Design straight Hooked
30. Susannah Springtide Shawl from Oombakawa Design (free)

Can we take a minute to admire the mannequin? I just adore her! The shawl was created using Red Heart’s Mandala Tweed, which I have yet to see in person, but a few of my friends have been creating designs with it, and it looks very similar to the Ferris Wheel that I love so much.

Well, there you have it- 30 fabulous designs perfect for spring! Be sure to come back next week for Part 2. I have so many more spring patterns to share with you!

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