Long, rectangular wraps are hot wardrobe items during these springtime months. When it’s too cold to just wear a dress or a tee, carry a wrap that you can take on and off when the temperature turns. These four wraps are timeless pieces that you will find yourself using all year long, season after season.

Cosmos Textured Wrap by Jessica Reeves Potasz

Use worsted weight yarn to knit this long and wide wrap. With US 11 needles work this wrap sideways with a variety of different stitches. This wrap is easily customizable if you want a smaller (or larger!) size.

Lattice Lace Shawl by Nicole Chase

This long, summery shawl is a stunner with its all over lacework and fun fringe. Crochet this 24×76″ shawl from end to end with 1800 yards of lace weight yarn and a 6-row repeat.

LeniStola by Kathrin Pohnke

Go as classic or as funky as you’d like with this colorful, striped wrap. Knit from end to end with four colors of DK weight yarn, this wrap shows off vertical and horizontal stripes in different sizes. Instructions are available in English and German.

Crystallography by Sabine Kastner

With a unique construction, this rectangular shawl is knit first in-the-round and then flat with a chevron technique. Sections of stripes and lace are worked with two colors of fingering weight yarn and a size US 7 needle.