Monday, March 10, 2014

5 Knitting Ideas for Spring!

Hello Friends,

 The weather is beautiful here in Toronto today and it is putting me in great spirits!  I have submitted my two assignments for school and I am free to work on some more knitting for my baby blanket so it’s a great day! Below I have included some ideas for things to knit for spring!  as it gets warmer we need to wear lighter knits and let go of the heavy and chunky knits and save them for next winter.

1.   This bird’s nest by “The Purl Bee” by Purl Soho is perfect for the start of spring.  We will be seeing a lot of birds flying around soon, I can already hear them chirping outside. 

 2.  This lovely light cowl called "Rustic Lace cowl" by "Balls to the Walls Knits" is perfect for Spring.  The beautiful lace details and the light wool make a nice addition to any spring wardrobe.

3. These knitted Spring flowers are a perfect addition to add onto clothing, scarves, headbands and more. You can visit Knitculture's blog to see how you can make some of your own!

 4.       This is a light lace scarf called the"Gurie Jabot Scarf" from Berroco.  It is perfect for spring with the light brown color and the lace to make it airy. 

5.  You can find this Light cowl pattern on this “Balls to the Walls Knits” blog by Gretchen.  It is a nice light and airy cowl perfect for spring.  Time to shed those heavy chunky scarves and go for something lighter!

Have a great night! Thank you for your visit !
Lisa xo

Follow on Bloglovin


  1. what gorgeous spring knits... I'm tempted to get the needles out myself! Love the birds nest! Julie x

  2. Really beautiful ideas indeed !!!!
    Have a shinny day !

  3. Lots of springtime inspiration! Love the lacy cowls :) Enjoy your day! Wendy x

  4. Gorgeous stuff, especially that nest! I haven't knit in a couple of weeks and this really makes me feel like getting my needles out.


Thank you for visiting my blog! I really enjoy reading your comments, j I will reply as soon as I can!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...