Transitional Crochet Accessories

Change happens whether we like it or not. Take, for instance, the change of the seasons. Despite our preference for one season or another, the seasons flow from one to the next, so our best option is to be prepared. In order to help you be as ready as possible for the upcoming transitions, we’ve compiled a list of transitional crochet accessories you can use for any season. Check these out and let us know what you think!

1. Juanita Top

I know this isn’t quite an accessory, but it’s definitely transitional. You can wear it during just about any season; just change up what you wear underneath it.

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Juanita Top by Kathleen Power Johnson CREDIT: Chris Hartlove

2. Dahlia Shawl

This beautiful shawl is made with a lovely laceweight yarn (affiliate link). The lightness of the yarn and the openness of the pattern make this shawl perfect for spring and summer. However, just wrap it a couple times, and you’re ready for fall and winter.

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Dahlia Shawl by Lisa Naskrent CREDIT: Joe Coca

3. Lace Canopy Cardi Wrap

It’s a wrap! It’s a cardigan! No! It’s a cardi wrap! Technically speaking, this is a rectangular wrap with armholes and sleeves, so it makes for the perfect transitional accessory.

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Lace Canopy Cardi Wrap by Simona Merchant-Dest CREDIT: Joe Coca

4. Orphan Scarf

Made using just over 450 yards of sock yarn (affiliate link), this “scarf” can serve multiple purposes. You can use it as a head wrap, a scarf, a belt, or whatever else you can come up with.

Transitional crochet accessories

Orphan Scarf by Doris Chan CREDIT: Joe Coca

5. Mercato Hat

If you’re looking for a hat for all seasons, you’ll want to check out the Mercato Hat. The cross-stitch openings on the sides contribute to a hat that’s perfectly suited for warming your entire head when it’s cool and keeping your hair in place and looking cute when it’s a little warmer.

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Mercato Hat by Kristina Olson CREDIT: Harper Point Photography

So, that’s our short list of transitional pieces to keep on hand. What would make your short list? Please let us know in the comments!

Happy Stitching!
Susanna

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