Floral crochet scarves are the definition of charm! The beginning of spring is certainly the time to let some flowers bloom on your crochet projects. This time is right around the corner now, so we have decided to inspire you today. The patterns for Spring Flowers Shawls are both classic and inventive, retro, and fresh. A true miracle, isn’t it? Well, everything is possible in the crocheters’ world! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Lacy Flowers Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
Laces, openwork, and floral crochet scarves, ladies and gentlemen! This is the combination of what like the most when it comes to choosing the pattern for a lightweight scarf for spring. With a base like that, all you have to do is choose the right color. Peachy pastel pink is always a good idea!
Level: upper beginner Author: Olga Poltava
Furry Flower Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
What an awesome idea! This is the ultimate classic spiced up with an inventive detail. This pattern is all about the texture. The beautifully shaped petals create a stunning openwork and the fuzzy centers make it so original.
Level: beginner Author: Atty van Norel
Picot Trellis Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
This scarf is so delicate and romantic, created by a real visual poet! If you are in the mood for some crochet poetry of your own, this is certainly an opportunity to give it a try. Spring is almost here so it is time for your crochet library to bloom!
Level: beginner Author: Erangi Udeshika
Fallen Star Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
Are flowers blooming in your part of the world already? Let them bloom in your crochet portfolio with this amazing pattern by the one and only passionatecraft2. This scarf is almost too charming to be true, right? Evidently!
Level: intermediate Author: passionatecraft2
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.
Garden Party Free Crochet Pattern
What a charming idea for a shawl! We love the floral motifs, obviously, but the colorful edging is an even nicer surprise! We think one will come back to it over and over again after trying this pattern by Plucky Knitter Design.
Level: upper beginner Author: Plucky Knitter Design