15 Knitted Wardrobe Essentials For Your Spring/Summer Wardrobe
- Bags, totes and purses, Cowls, Seasonal, Shawls and stoles, Vests, Women’s clothing, Pattern
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Looking for some garment patterns to make your spring/summer wardrobe more personal this year? Check out our pick of the pieces we think you’ll love this year!
Strut your stuff in citrus with this everyday vest.
Make any outfit glamorous in this stunning gilette, for a more summery look use a brighter coloured yarn.
A beautiful bag is a must-have for the season, whether you're carrying your crafty bits for some on-the-go outdoor knitting or using it as a shopping bag on Yarn Shop Day – it is an essential.
Despite the season change, us at LK HQ are still in the UK, where a cardigan is always needed whatever the weather! Have a go at this desk-to-dinner favourite.
Be bold in red this season with Pat Menchini's lovely design, perfect for lazy spring days spent crafting.
Everybody needs a garment that will go with pretty much anything and is suitable for summer - Lucinda Ganderton's capelet does just that. Once you've got the basic technique, you'll be knitting them in all different colours for each of your holiday outfits!
We love Siân Brown's vibrant knit, it's a great option for beginners as it's worked mostly in stocking stitch and the design can be adapted to use fewer shades and wider stripes if preferred.
Cover up your shoulders in a summer's breeze with this cute little number, ideal for wearing over dresses and vest tops.
Make a statement with Julie Ferguson's beautiful bag, another option for carrying your knitting projects on-the-go this spring!
This stylish cotton top is great for hot days and actually requires no sewing up! The lace chart is easy to work with and you can work both in the round and in rows.
Sprinkle summer rays and channel the cropped cardigan trend in this special knit.
A prime example of the phrase 'business in the front, party in the back', this top does just that with all of the intricate design patterned onto the back. Oozing effortless style, this garment would be great paired with a vintage skirt.
This gorgeous shawl showcases beautiful colour and is a great accessory for a festival outfit or equally could be worn to compliment a summery dress or top. Worked in a simple stitch with a fancy edge, this is a great beginner shawl make.
Want to practise your knitting skills before attempting any of these garments? Check out our handy video tutorials!
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