5 Sport Weight Knitting Patterns for Spring Plus 1 Free Crochet Pattern!

5 Sport Weight Knitting Patterns for Spring Plus 1 Free Crochet Pattern!

Spring is in the air, and with the changing seasons comes a burst of creativity and inspiration! Flowers are starting to pop up and a fresh new year of color is on the horizon.

If you're looking for some fresh projects to dive into this spring, you're in the right place! Today, I have 5 delightful sport weight knitting patterns perfect for the season, along with a bonus free crochet pattern that you won't want to miss. 💞

Watch Heather's livestream sharing these patterns that are sure to spark your creativity.

1. Techie Twosome Wrist Warmers

First up on the list is the Techie Twosome wrist warmers designed by our friend and community member Meaghan Schmaltz! These wrist warmers are not your ordinary basic mitts because they feature a unique corrugated ribbing design, slipped stitches and three contrasting colors. They're a stylish and functional addition to your spring wardrobe.

PATTERN: Techie Twosome wrist warmers >

YARN: 1 skein of 3 colors of Ewe So Sporty merino (which is washable so it's perfect for mitts like this!) Shown here in Aquamarine, Lemon Chiffon and Brushed Silver.

2. Pop Rox Slouchy Hat

If you're in the mood for a playful and colorful project, the Pop Rox slouchy hat is a must-try! With adorable bobbles in sport weight yarn and a fun alternating color pattern, this hat is bound to add a touch of whimsy to your outfit.

PATTERN: Pop Rox slouchy hat >

YARN: 1 skein of 3 colors of Ewe So Sporty merino. Shown here in Teal, Vanilla and Cotton Candy.

3. Emelia Dress for Little Ones

The sweetest baby item! The Emelia Dress is a delightful little dress in our soft merino wool yarn. This sweet baby dress features a smocking stitch detail and seed stitch straps, making it a comfortable outfit for a little ones in your life.

PATTERN: Emelia Dress knitting pattern >

YARN: 3 balls of Ewe So Sporty merino. Shown here in Cotton Candy.

4. Elevensies Shawlette

Looking for a versatile and elegant accessory for spring? Look no further than the Elevensies shawlette! With easy lace repeats and a choice of different yarn weights, this pattern creates a beautiful and stylish shawl. Shown here in the sport-weight size.

PATTERN: Elevensies by Meaghan Schmaltz on Ravelry >

YARN: 2 balls of Ewe So Sporty merino. Shown here in Lemon Chiffon.

5. Temperature Tee for Effortless Style

For a knitter looking for simplicity and versatility, the Temperature Tee is a fantastic option! Designed with just two rectangles and minimal seaming, this knit tee is a breezy and comfortable garment that can be effortlessly styled for the spring season. This one was designed by me and is worn by me very often!

FREE PATTERN: Temperature Tee t-shirt knitting pattern >

YARN: See our Temperature Tee Yarn Kits for different sizes or shop your favorite color of Ewe So Sporty yarn! Have a question about sizing? Leave a comment below ⬇️

BONUS: Don't Be Shellfish Crochet Cowl FREE Pattern

Last but not least, we have the Don't Be Shellfish crochet cowl, a free pattern that adds a pop of color and texture to your spring outfits. This simple and fun-to-stitch cowl is perfect for on-the-go wear and is a great project for crochet enthusiasts!

FREE PATTERN: Don't Be Shellfish free crochet cowl pattern >

YARN: 1 skein of 2 colors of Ewe So Sporty merino. Shown here in Saffron and Brushed Silver.

Now is the Time to Get Creative with Spring Knitting!

As the temperatures warm up and the days get longer, let these sport weight patterns inspire you to create beautiful pieces that reflect the joys of the season. Whether you're knitting for yourself or making thoughtful gifts for loved ones, these projects are sure to bring a smile to your face.

So grab your needles and hooks, choose your favorite yarn colors, and let's welcome spring with a burst of creativity and stitching magic. Be sure to share what you're making in the WIP Wednesday posts!

Happy knitting and crocheting!
💗 Heather

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