Cheerful, Lightweight Knits for Spring

Happy March!! March tends to be my favorite month out of the year ~ I love that things are finally warming up a bit, spring is coming, and well, maybe I'm a little biased because it's my birthday month 😄

Because March makes me think of sunshine and flowers, chirping birds, and greening grass, I can't help but share two of my most cheerful, spring-y knitting patterns as the featured patterns for the month. Both designs are one skein shawl knitting projects.


Dancing in the Rain Shawl

by Snickerdoodle Knits


A fun, addicting knit that creates an asymmetrical triangle shape, this shawl features my favorite stitch: the dropped stitch! The result is a drape-y, lightweight knit shawl.


Each section is interesting to knit but easy to memorize, and the sections are repeated multiple times throughout the design. If you're looking for an engaging knit that uses just one skein of fingering weight yarn, look no further!

For color inspiration & suggestions as well as alternative & affordable yarn recommendations, check out “Dancing in the Rain Shawl: Color Inspiration.”


This pattern is available for purchase on the Snickerdoodle Knits web shop, Ravelry, LoveCrafts, and Payhip.


Spring Meadows Shawl

by Snickerdoodle Knits


A fun, engaging knit, Spring Meadows is a boomerang shaped shawl inspired by the falling rain, greening fields, and new leaves that come with springtime.


It is also a lightweight knit that uses just one skein of fingering weight yarn -- and repeated textures that are engaging to knit. This knit requires a bit more concentration than the Dancing in the Rain Shawl, but sometimes that's exactly what you need: a project that requires a bit of concentration to block out the stress from the day.



For color inspiration & suggestions as well as alternative & affordable yarn recommendations, check out “Spring Meadows Shawl: Color Inspiration.”


This pattern is available for purchase on the Snickerdoodle Knits web shop, Ravelry, LoveCrafts, and Payhip.



Do you love a lightweight one skein project too? Which pattern will you be working on first?


If you knit one (or both!) of these spring-themed shawl knitting patterns, I'd love to see your project! You can tag me on Instagram and link your Ravelry project page to the pattern. Happy Knitting, and Happy Spring!


If you've never worked from a Snickerdoodle Knits knitting pattern before, all Snickerdoodle Knits patterns include clear, step-by-step written and charted instructions plus linked technique video tutorials to walk you through the pattern with confidence and joy.

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