18 Spring Yarn Projects to bring a little sunshine

Thursday, 3 March 2022  |  Admin

18 Spring Yarn Projects to bring a little sunshine


Spring is on its way! (If you ignore the persistent drizzle and embrace the sun as it tries to make itself known...)

March comes with the promise of warmer weather, blossoming flowers, and brighter days - and we are here for it!

We have pulled together some creative, bright, and fun makes for you this spring. We've got a bit of everything, from crochet flowers to knitted shawls - all inspired by the beautiful season that is spring.


As always we have selected a variety of our favourite crochet and knitted patterns, most of which are free (there are some with a small cost that are just too good to leave out!)

Whether you want to get practical and get cracking on some springtime clothes and accessories, or you are all about the cute amigurumi patterns that we have, we've got them all. Let's get to it:


Spring Time Flowers

There's nothing quite like the first flowers of spring. They can't help but put a smile on our face. These yarn flowers are a great way to spruce up your home, and are all relatively quick to make. You could bunch them together to make a whole bouquet if you feel inspired!



Simple Daffodil - Gillian Dite

A signature of spring, these simple crochet daffodils are a lovely idea and can be arranged exactly how you like with a simple wire in the stem. Experiment with different shades of yellow and orange to really bring the bunch to life.


Forget Me Knots - Knitting Bee

Forget me knots are another gorgeous spring flower, and this one is a knitted pattern, suitable for beginners.


Spring Tulips - HappyBerry

These stuffed tulips make for a lovely 3D flower, and would look lovely in a multitude of colours, perhaps even a rainbow array of tulips?



Home Decor for Spring

Why not brighten up your home this spring with some of these lovely projects.



Springtime Wreath - Frankie Brown

This fabulous wreath (bottom right) is a labour of love. There are multiple patterns to go with this wreath for each part and you can find them all linked above. What we love about this wreath, is that you can really make it your own, adding whichever pieces you decide. This would definitely take some time, but it would be so worth it!


Spring Bunny Crochet Plant Cover - The Inspired Wren

How cute is this little plant cover? This is a really easy pattern to follow with lots of visual guidance on the website which is great if you are a beginner.


Daffodil Table Centrepiece - Bright Crochet Crafts

This lovely pattern is one of our own Secret Yarn Stash customers Lucy! This decorative daffodil can be filled with an assortment of goodies, or simply use a decoration, perhaps even hung from the wall.


Spring Bee Wreath - Sarah Zimmerman

This is another lovely wreath (we couldn't decide between them!) If you're looking for something a little easier than the previous wreath then this may be for you. It has simple flowers with button centres (you can shop our buttons here). The bee just brings the whole design together!



Amigurumi Fun for Spring

These are some really fun free patterns that we found for some amigurumi projects that you might want to try this spring!



Amigurumi Spring Bunny - Mari-Liis Lille

Perfect for Easter gifts for little ones (although we'd happily make one for ourselves!) These cute egg shaped bunnies can be whipped up quickly and we love the decorative edging.


Spring Snail - Fay Lyth

We're not sure why you would need a spring snail, but that's never stopped us before! This gorgeous little snail would make a lovely toy gift, or simply a fun decoration!


Woodland Leaf Fairy - Sweet Softies

This fairy just looks like she was made for spring, doesn't she? There a few variations on the website for this one for you to choose from. We can imagine a whole host of these hanging on a small tree in the garden :)



Fabulous Spring Accessories

Earrings, hair accessories, and cute bags - these accessories are going to brighten your day for sure.



Spring Petals Backpack - Susan Gater

You can find lots of inspiration for this bag on the Ravelry website with lots of options, including whether you want to work from the inside or the outside (for different effects)


Spring Flair Earrings - Fibre Flux

These statement earrings won't take you long to make, but they will definitely be noticed! If earrings are your thing, then why not make an array of colourful earring options to match every spring outfit you have!


Blue Skies Messenger Bag - Bright Crochet Crafts

This cute bag is another of Lucy's patterns with some fun clouds and raindrops (in anticipation of those April showers!), using Seriously Chunky yarn in Ocean, by Cygnet Yarns.


Spring Flower Clips - Carmen Haffernan

Another quick and easy make, these flower clips will let everyone know that spring has well and truly arrived! we think these would also work great on a flower girl as they can be made to compliment any colour.



Springtime Attire

And finally, as we approach warmer weather, these spring clothes would be a great addition to any wardrobe.



Magic Spring Shawl - Katerina Bobkova

This knitted shawl (far left) is lovely and lightweight and is just stunning. The pattern calls for a finger weight yarn and we think it would work up wonderfully with the YarnArt Flowers Moonlight Cakes!


Spring Meadows Toddler Sweater - Liz Hartman

Any toddler would love this jumper with pop out bunny! The pocket on the front really makes this jumper so much fun and will keep them warm on those fresh mornings.


Que Sera Cardigan - Kirsten Kapur

Check out the website for more photos of this beautiful vintage style cardigan. It makes a lovely lightweight spring time cover up.


Spring Scarf - Yarnplaza

And finally, we have this beautiful lightweight shawl - another great spring accessory to keep you warm on the cooler days but in style of course!



And that is our collection of spring inspired makes! we hope you found something you love, and if you need any help selecting a yarn for your projects, don't hesitate to reach out!


Happy Yarn Crafting!