Friday Pattern Spotlight: Spring is in the Air!

I don’t know about all of you, but I love spring and for a few of you it has been a long time coming.  This time of year in Phoenix is quite wonderful, especially in the early mornings and evenings when the air is cool and crisp, making it perfect for light pieces for layering.

Today I want to share a few lovely patterns to get you into the mood for knitting and crocheting for spring, and even summer.  All of these designs use breathable and cool fibers such as cotton, cotton blends,  hemp blends or linen blends.

Brynna by Bonnie Marie Burns of Chic Knits

Brynna – Courtesy of Bonnie Marie Burns

Rococo Waistcoat (crochet) by Jane Howorth for Willow Yarns

Rococo Waistcoat – courtesy of Willow Yarns

Emerson Rocks by Cathy Payson for Classic Elite Yarns

Emerson Rocks – Courtesy of Classic Elite

Lydia by Kristen TenDyke for Quince & CO

Lydia – Courtesy of Quince & CO/Carrie Bostick Hoge

Alma by Carlo Volpi for Rowan Magazine 55

Alma – Courtesy of Rowan Yarn

Cotton Neat French Sweater by Pierrot (Gosyo Co)

Cotton Neat French Sweater – Courtesy of Pierrot

Miette by Andi Satterlund

Miette – Courtesy of Andi Satterlund

Que Sera by Kirsten Kapur for Knitty

Que Sera – Courtesy of Kirsten Kapur/Through the Loops

Chinese Lace Pullover by Angela Hahn

Chinese Lace Pullover – Courtesy of Angela Hahn

Latticework Cardigan by Michele DuNaier

Latticework Cardigan – Courtesy of MADuNaier

One project I’m considering is Cottesloe by Lisa Richardson that is published in the Pure Linen Collection by Rowan .  I purchased several skeins of Hempathy from a sale bin at Jessica Knits not knowing what I would do with many of the single skeins.  I think this is the perfect project and will tackle it in a month or so.

A Hempathy Cottsloe

Until next time, happy knitting, crocheting, spinning and crafting!

6 thoughts on “Friday Pattern Spotlight: Spring is in the Air!

  1. Janet

    You find such lovely patterns, Tina. Very pretty colors you’ve chosen for the Cottsloe. I’m adding Emerson Rocks to my favorites.


  2. sandandsky

    The Rococo Waistcoat looks like it would be a ton of fun to make!

    Loving all the bright and cheerful colors in theses photos and all the wonderful texture :-)


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