Pretty Spring Patterns Round Up by Mama In A Stitch

Hey friends! Last year I did a spring pattern round up at about this same time, so I thought I’d do it again to include some of the newer patterns.  Who else is ready for the snow to melt and the sun to come out? (Raises hand!)  Below you’ll find a few of my favorite spring worthy knitting and crochet projects from the blog.  Let’s get to some warm weather making!

Wanders Wrap (here) 

Eyelets Sleeveless Knit Top (here)

Palmetto Tote (here)

Vintage Easy Crochet  Sleeveless Top (here)

Manhattan Market Tote (here)

Easy Knit Boxy T – Shirt (here)

Casablanca Poncho (here)

Farmhouse Washcloth (here)

Sunshine Knit Dishcloth (here)

Ruffle Scarf (here)

Honeycombs Easy Scarf Knitting Pattern (here)

What do you enjoy making in the spring months?


I’d love to hear what types of projects you enjoy working on in the warmer months!



Pretty Spring Patterns Round Up by Mama In A Stitch

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  1. Your patterns are beautiful and you have inspired me to create many beautiful items knitted and crocheted.i always look forward to your emails.
    What do you think is the best size for an Afghan, super bulky yarn.thank you.

    1. Hi Jen! My favorite size that I’ve made is 45″ X 50″, however, that’s smaller than what most true afghans are. I’ve seen measurements as large as 50″ x 65″.

      Thanks so much for your kind words about my projects!!

  2. Hun your my morning coffee love your work I don’t think I’ve missed much in gift making from your patterns thank you very much gaby in Texas

  3. I like to make anything but afghan. I sit outside and in F!orida much to warm to make them. I save them for winter.

  4. I love your simple tops for the warmer months – both knit and crochet. Love cardigans too although the Blanket type sweaters don’t work that well on me, even though I have made a couple. Would love something like the light snow sweater in perhaps a little lighter weight yarn.Tho an advanced knitter, I am a novice at crochet and your lovely designs motivated me to try some crochet projects that I would never otherwise have attempted. Thanks for what you do.

  5. I didn’t realize you were a Colorado girl! I’m a a born and raised Coloradoian. Not many of use around. I made my Mother- in- law the Blanket cardigan for Christmas this year and she wears it all the time. She lives in Michigan and is always cold. She told me it keeps her as warm as her coat in the house.
    I love your patterns so keep creating and posting.
    Best Wishes,

  6. I just love your crochet patterns. I look so forward to your emails and blog. I am a self taught intermediate crocheter. I live in Florida, so all the heavy fabric patterns aren’t my go to, but I love your sleeveless tops and lighter ware patterns. In the hot summer months I usually do some quick amigurami projects. I also do the smaller lap-ghans during our short mild winter season. If I don’t finish these, they get put away until cooler weather arrives.

  7. I really like your crochet patterns. I don’t get to make as much as I’d like to, but I loved making the chunky Icelandic blanket. I’m hoping to try the honeycomb scarf & one of the lightweight summer tops this year. I’d also like to get some patterns for men in scarves & mittens.

  8. Love every pattern you’ve posted. I’ve made everything from afghans, hats, sweaters, etc., without any problems. I’ve started your Honeycomb scarf 4 times and each time find myself ripping it out. For some reason I get off and it starts going sideways… When a friend said how much she liked the scarf and asked me if I’d make it for her I said, “No way as it has become my scarf from H—. ” One of these days I’ll try it again, it won’t get the best of me! LOL

    1. Hi Jean! The mesh part does look a bit slanted, but the scarf as a whole stays straight! You can always block to help it out too – just some thoughts!

  9. I believe I saw a kit for a basket weave baby blanket but cannot find it now. Any chance you could tell me how to find it so I can make it! I love your patterns and kits, robertsshire@ yahoo.com. Thanks!

  10. These are great. I love the market bag and the tops.
    I’ve been hooked on your patterns lately too.
    Keep it coming! So trendy yet fun to make.

  11. I love your patterns! I was so excited about the Wanders Wrap, until I saw that it is a crochet pattern. 🙁 I only knit. But, if I CO 42 stitches instead of 21 on the Honeycomb Scarf, wouldn’t that make it a wrap? Would it mess up the pattern?

    Thanks so much!!

  12. I LOVE the knit patterns you create. They are so easy to do, and work up very quickly. Thank you so much and keep up the good work, like the Hats not Hate campaign. You Go Girl!!!

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