During the springtime, it can be tricky to get dressed in the morning; the temperatures might fluctuate drastically at any given time during the day.
A good tip is to wear layers. That way, you can take off a layer or two during the warmest hours, and put them back on when the temperature drops again.
A lightweight crocheted scarf is a great way to accessorize, especially on misty spring mornings. Try one of these 3 favorite go-to patterns for crocheting spring scarves.
A mesh scarf is perfect for spring! It's a light and airy design that won't weigh you down. It does, however, add a bit of warmth, which you'll appreciate on chilly spring mornings and evenings.
This is an easy, beginner-friendly crochet project requiring only two of the basic crochet stitches. Anyone can make one of these scarves. Even if you are far past the beginner stage, it is often nice to have an easy, no-brainer project to kick back and relax with. Also, this pattern is reasonably quick to crochet.
If you live in a warm-weather climate, you'll be able to wear this scarf year-round. For folks out there who experience more pronounced seasonal changes, this is the perfect scarf to wear in spring and/or fall.
If you're used to crocheting bulky, heavy scarves, this lacy scarf is a nice change of pace. This is a lightweight design crocheted using size 3 crochet thread.
It's airy and dainty -- perfect for spring and perhaps even summertime wear, depending on your local climate.