Springtime temperatures are always a little bit confusing, so it helps to have a nice stockpile of crochet scarves to accessorize with during these months of the year. Layering with scarves helps you warm up during the colder hours of the day while also dressing up your outfits with pops of color and texture. Crochet scarf patterns for spring often use lightweight yarn and openwork designs to create accessories that are ideal for this kind of layering. These patterns feature different styles, crochet stitches, and color options for your spring wardrobe.
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An infinity scarf is a nice choice for a spring crochet pattern because you can loop it around your neck tightly for warmth or let it hang loosely and breathe a little bit better as temperatures rise. This crochet scarf is worked in a nice DK weight yarn using a simple mesh design that lets the spring breeze flow through. It's capped off with a shell stitch that adds a soft, feminine touch. It is an easy beginner crochet pattern.
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Use this free crochet scarf pattern to learn how to crochet a granny triangle. The triangle grows larger row-by-row so you can easily adapt this scarf to any size that you want, from a small kerchief scarf perfect for spring to a larger triangle shawl for use in colder months.
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This is a simple crochet scarf pattern that uses a variation of the granny stitch to create a combo granny-shell design worked in short rows. The scarf is thin, which, combined with the openwork design, makes it a great accessory for springtime. This scarf was originally designed for charity to support a shelter for abused women; you can purchase an ad-free copy to support this charity or use the pattern to create your own scarf to donate to charity.
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The designer has named the pattern "ode to spring" because those bright lines of color evoke the floral happiness of the season. The big poms on the scarf are optional; add them for extra fine or replace them with tassels or a simple crochet edging. The scarf is made using primarily basic stitches with the addition of strategically-placed bobbles for texture that makes you think of flowers blooming out of the earth.Continue to 5 of 13 below.
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Blooming flowers is one of the iconic themes of spring and this scarf draws upon that theme in a beautiful way. The "flowers" are really just crochet shell stitch worked in a bold color. They are set against a lattice-style background of pretty blue mesh, which you could alternatively make in green to bring about the feeling of grass instead of sky. This is a very literal translation of spring that makes a cheery accessory!
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This is a one-skein crochet scarf pattern worked in a yarn that incorporates the colors of plant life. This is a sampler scarf that gives beginners a chance to build on their basic skills with some more advanced stitches, including v-stitch and crossed double crochet.
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This infinity scarf is made using luxurious mohair yarn that brings soft elegance to your springtime attire. Mohair isn't easy to crochet with as it can shed, but this one has simple stitches and clear instructions so it's a great pattern for people new to using the fiber.
If you're looking for a more lightweight fiber, consider cotton crochet scarves.
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Use Tunisian crochet to create a soft scarf in perfect springtime colors when made with Red Heart Unforgettable yarn. This acrylic, worsted weight yarn has color changes that allow the yarn to work for you. A large hook gives you a loose, drapey scarf wide enough to wrap around your shoulders if it does get a little chillier on any particular spring day.Continue to 9 of 13 below.
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Solomon's Knot Spring Scarf
The unique Solomon's Knot (also called Love Knot Stitch) is one of the most open stitches that you'll find in crochet. This design is very light and breezy, an excellent choice for adding style and color to your outfit without excess warmth. The versatile pattern can be adapted from a scarf to a shawl or even a poncho.
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This one-skein rectangular crochet pattern brightens up any spring day with its pink ombre effect. The pattern is sized perfect to work as a scarf, a light spring shawl, or even a sarong wrap. Using only single crochet and double crochet stitches, this is a pattern that a beginner can easily tackle, but the yarn makes it look like it took more skill than it did!
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This colorful crochet pattern is worked in Noro lace yarns, which are wonderful high-end fibers. It is lacy and floral, which is the best of what you can expect from a spring crochet scarf pattern.Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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