April 11, 2022

Lacy Mesh Spring Crochet Scarf

I've had this Summer Berry Tart Caron Big Cake yarn in my stash for a while, and I'm so glad to finally get to use it for this spring project. Although the name of the yarn includes the word summer, this yarn is perfect for spring, so I used it to crochet a lacy spring scarf for the Spring Crafts Blog Hop Challenge. Last year for this challenge, I created a Crochet Spring Flowers Wreath, which is currently on my front door still colorful and bright! Anyhoo... Back to the scarf... To create this colorful, fun scarf, I followed the Spring Green Lacy Mesh Scarf pattern by Crochet For You. It's a quick and fun pattern.
I created this fun, colorful scarf with Caron Big Cakes Summer Berry Tart yarn, and I followed the Spring Green Lacy Mesh Scarf pattern. I used a size G/4mm crochet hook.

I started crocheting the scarf, and I after a while, the scarf was 68 inches long.... Well... the darker bluish/grayish color was on both ends of the scarf. I didn't like that... So I frogged it and started all the way over.😱 I know... I know... I'm crazy. 😁😜

After frogging the scarf, I wound the yarn into a big ball. My cake Maki watched. She really wanted to pounce on my yarn.

So I began the scarf again. This time, I started with pink.

After crocheting the scarf, I added the single crochet border. I cut the yarn and made balls for each color, so I could make the border match each section.

The scarf ended up being 6 inches wide and 74 inches long. I still had a little bit of the yarn left, so...

I added fringe!

With the fringe, the scarf is now 84 inches long.

I love the colors in this scarf, and the bobbles were fun to crochet.

This bright scarf is lacy/mesh and perfect for a lovely spring day.

Thanks so much for checking out my spring scarf! This scarf is currently available in my Etsy shop.
⇣Please scroll down to see what the other blog hop participants created!⇣

Beverly | Across the Blvd 
T’onna | Sew Crafty Crochet
Joanne | Slices of Life



  1. The colors you chose are beautiful for spring, T'onna. Your scarves are always so pretty.

  2. Adorable, T'onna! I just love seeing your creations for our blog hops! You have the best ideas!

  3. I love the colors in your scarf and really admire you for beginning again! This time of year, the sun can be shining, but the wind is still chilly. A lightweight scarf is the perfect solution! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

    1. Thanks! It is still chilly here in WA, so this scarf is perfect for this sunny days with temperatures in the 40s and 50s! I'm so ready for warmer weather! lol

  4. These colors are just beautiful! What a pretty scarf that is just perfect for spring.

    1. Thanks so much! I really like this yarn!

  5. It's beautiful! I think i'd be the same as you, frog it all if it's just not right! If you are not happy it's better to start again rather than being unhappy with it forever. I love your attention to detail with all those seperate balls so you can match the border, totally worth the extra effort.

    1. Thanks so much! I just had to redo it! The color order was bothering me. lol

  6. So pretty!
    Thanks for linking up at the Making a Home - Homemaking Link Up!

  7. Thank you for sharing this on Traffic Jam Weekend. It has been chosen as a fave feature for this week's link party that goes live on Thursday at 5:00 pm CST.

  8. What a gorgeous creation! At the Happiness is Homemade Party with #44.45.46. and 47 so hope you enjoy. Nancy Andres @ Colors 4 Health