April Showers & May Flowers Pattern


This scarf is made with an entrelac-like stitch I learned from a Lithuanian pattern book combined with Seed Stitch and ribbing for a quick knit with extra interest.

Both versions are worked the same. Only the yarn is different.

Pattern Specs

Yarn: Rosarios4 For Nature Print
Valley Yarns Granville
Yarn weight: Sport (12 wpi)
Gauge: 18 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches in Seed Stitch
Needle size: US 6 – 4.0 mm
Yardage: 640 yards (585 m)
Sizes available: 18″ (46cm) wide at ends / 
50″ (127cm) long

  • Adult
  • textured



Sometimes I am not sure what season it is. This is almost always the case in April and May in Vermont. Our flowers don’t bloom until the end of May and while we may get showers in April, we may also get snow. Even so, at this time of year, I am ready for the warmer weather and for cooler fabrics. This piece is the perfect transition from Winter to Spring. It can be worn as a winter scarf around your neck over a jacket when it’s cold or draped out over your shoulders as a stole when it’s warm.