Knit Scarves for Spring

Everyday Scarves for Spring Free Knitting Patterns

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Hi there, lovely people! Everyday Scarves for Spring with free knitting patterns are here to spice up your wardrobe. We can’t help but notice that spring is in full bloom in this part of the world, therefore we have decided to share this selection of two exciting designs with you. These scarves are lightweight, practical, and pretty. On top of that, the patterns are both created by real experts in the matter. What else can we dream of these days? Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Girly Sun Hats and Light Summer Sweaters.

free knitted Scarf patterns

Ginkgo Leaf Oversized Scarf

Colorful ombre yarns are a popular choice for triangular shawls, but they look stunning in rectangular designs as well. Take a look below at KnittingUnlimited’s project, which goes slowly from vibrant yellow to dark chestnut color. This way the scarf will have two differently colored ends, so just imagine how good it will look wrapped around your neck!

Level: intermediate Author: KnittingUnlimited

knitted scarf in golden colors

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Slim, knitted shawls are definitely underrated, and I’m not sure why. These easy projects look great, work up fast, and are a fantastic alternative to kerchiefs and big shawls. You can wear them as an accessory, instead of wrapping yourself with a big piece of knitwear fabric.

Level: upper beginner Author: Le Style Knitting

a knitted scarf with pointy ends wrapped around the neck

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An Italian Summer Scarf

Knit yourself a versatile accessory and be super stylish this summer! A scarf like this, with its elongated shape and pointy ends, will drape beautifully around the neck. You can tie it like a handkerchief, or simply throw it on when in need of “a little something”.

Level: upper beginner Author: An Italian Knitter


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Natasja’s knitted scarf pattern combines colorwork with a unique shape. The “rabbit ears” look great, no matter if you wear them on your neck, or wrap around your head like a headscarf. In the bottom photo, you can see four different ways to style it.

Level: upper beginner Author: Natasja Hornby


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C19Q Free Knitting Pattern

What can be better than a knit shawl with a leaf motif? This floral inspiration always makes the patterns look so beautiful, and this design is certainly no exception. Will you stick with these neutral colors or go for something more vibrant?

Level: upper beginner Author: Yuki H.S.

Knit Shawl

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.

Workday Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

Oh, these colors are so hot! They make us think of all the fiery sunsets at the beach we are going to watch this summer. Before holidays come, wrap this knitted gem around your neck and head to work, your day will be so much more pleasant! We all need free knitting patterns for scarves these days, right?

Level: upper beginner Author: Sue Flanders

Knit Scarf

The original pattern is on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

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