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Spring Transition Pattern Roundup

Posted by Allison Barnes on

Do you have your next WIPs planned? I love taking a dive into the pattern section of Ravelry and seeing some of the new projects, it always gets me really inspired (and adds more patterns to my make-this-one-day collection). Here are some of my favourite picks for spring projects!

Sea Swell Shawl by Stephen West

I love how the rows and i-cord edges of this pattern create such a cool wavy shape! It would be such a fun project to play with different colours and fades.

Fabulosity by Casapinka

This playful shawl pattern is a fun way to use a collection of cheerful colours and experiment with a variety of stitches! Some of the techniques include slipped stitches, decorative increases, dots, mosaic, and a dragon scale stitch. While you could make it in more subdued colourways, I love how it really pops with bold colours!

a girl's best friend by Isabell Kraemer

This triangular shawl is worked flat from the top down and uses a mix of stitches to create a lovely shawl that’s a versatile piece you’ll reach for on a regular basis. I love the addition of playful pompoms!

Pizzelle Shawl by Jessica Gore

This delicate knit is a beautiful laceweight project with some stunning art nouveau vibes! The pattern includes two variations - the full circle or a semi-circle. The pattern also includes tutoral links for the cast on methods, a stretchy bind off, kitchener stitch, and how to add fringe!

Spring Mittens by Amanda Sund

These mittens are inspired by traditional Latvian mittens and feature beautiful repeating daisy patterns. I think a pair of mittens like this would make those chilly spring transition days a bit sweeter. This is an intermediate pattern and requires an understanding of colourwork and increases and decreases.

Cotton Slipper Socks by Megan Meyer

I learned how to crochet before knitting and I still like picking up my crochet hook from time to time. This pattern for slipper socks is a lovely one and I think it would be fun to make in a bright colourway for those spring evenings when the floor gets a little bit cold but you still don’t want to wear full socks!

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