Swishy Crochet Sweaters for Spring!
Crochet produces a fabric that is perfect for all seasons, but particularly suitable for warm spring days! Merion has found you five fabulous crochet sweater patterns to make for March and April!
Don’t you just LOVE this notch shaped neckline? Maschen mit Liebe’s gorgeous oversized sweater is perfect for spring! It comes in two sizes, S/M and L, and you’ll need approximately 980m of aran weight yarn to make it, using a 7mm hook. Here it’s pictured in an 100% merino yarn, but I can see this in a cotton & wool blend, or in your favourite aran acrylic. The pattern is in German and English, and has photo tutorials to illustrate the stitches, with both charts and written instructions.
I absolutely love this lacy sweater from Vicky Brown – you can work it up in your favourite DK yarn, in cotton, acrylic or wool – it’s perfect for wearing with jeans, and with layers underneath! The pattern is in six sizes from 30″ bust to 50″, and worked in the round from the bottom up.
Basketweave stitch gives this pullover glorious texture, and the gorgeous Bardot neckline is so flattering! Make Yuliya’s sweater in any 4ply yarn – the pattern comes in S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X sizes – my pick for this gorgeous sweater is GGH Merino Soft, it comes in 48 shades and is a machine-washable merino with great stitch definition for those post stitches!
It may well be titled “Autumn Sweater” but don’t keep it for the autumn! I love the square neckline and the side splits on this fabulous sweater – and here, it’s created in Sirdar Snuggly DK, but any DK acrylic or wool blend will work well. Change the shades and make yourself a bright zingy jumper, or go pastel for Easter!
In the spirit of the current trend for funnel necklines and fluted sleeves, this fabulous Tea & Toast sweater is perfect for chillier days! Crocheted in super chunky yarn, this sweater will be finished in a wink in time to wear for a stride out through the woods on a chilly March day!
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