Fall in Love with Light Weight Yarn

If you have not tried some lighter weight yarn, I suggest you start now. Number 3 yarns are great for everyday wear, which makes them great for hats, cowls, shawls, and so much more! Check out these light weight yarn patterns!




1.) Diana Tote Bag by Divine Debris


Grab some light weight yarn in your favorite colors and make this fabulous tote!

Get this pattern here.



2.) Fairy Lace Poncho by Crystalized Designs


This lacy poncho is perfect for a rainy Spring day, or a chilly Fall walk in the orchard!

Get this pattern here.



3.) Infinity Lace Shell Scarf by Accessorise


I made this infinity scarf for my son’s teacher in her favorite color! She loved it and put it on right away.

Get this pattern here.



4.) Kate Cowl by Sincerely Pam


This light weight cowl is beautiful and soft in the Loops & Threads Woolike yarn!

Get this pattern here.



5.) Kate Slouch Hat by Sincerely Pam


Did you love the Kate Cowl? Make the slouch to match!

Get this pattern here.



6.) Luisa Asymmetrical Shawl by Divine Debris


Afraid of tiny hook sizes? This pattern allows you to use your favorite I & J hooks! You choose if you want a shawl or a scarf too!

Get this pattern here.



7.) Straight Laced Shrug by Kaleidoscope Art & Gifts


Warm up on a chilly run, or dress up a little with this cute shrug!

Get this pattern here.



So if you are looking to tote some of your WIPs, dress up a simple outfit, or layer up for warmth, you are sure to find some great options with these patterns and some light yarn! I made my daughter the Kate Slouch Hat and she LOVES it! Its comfortable and fits her nicely. Thanks for joining us and I hope you found something new to crochet today!

Happy crocheting,




Emily is a WAHM of 4 children. She is the Editor of Happily Hooked Magazine and Pattern Pack Pro and the owner of Em’s Corner. She spent her years before children as a middle school math teacher, but now enjoys crocheting at her kids’ sporting events and spoiling her nieces and nephews. She loves to teach her children and her nieces and nephews to crochet. When she’s not crocheting, she’s outside with her camera. She was raised in San Diego but now finds herself in the very hot Southern California desert.

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