12 Crochet Summer Tops – Free Patterns With Style!

12 Crochet Summer Tops – Free Patterns With Style!

12 Reasons to Stay Inside and Crochet your Summer Wardrobe

Got some extra time on your hands? Summer will be here before you know it! Now is a great time to whip up some new crochet summer tops for the warmer months. Grab your hook and yarn and get inspired by these 12 easy crochet summer tops. 

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Tank top or tee? With this pattern, you decide! Don’t worry, your new wardrobe staple is also very beginner friendly. It uses basic stitches and has lots of pictures to help you out along the way! 

Designer: Cactus and Lace Designs

This playful top features an open back that will keep you cool all summer long. Pair it with a lacey bralette or tank top in a contrasting color for maximum effect!

 

Designer: Hooked on Homemade Happiness

Embrace your feminine side and accentuate your waist with this cute flouncy top. It’s made with Lion Brand Coboo yarn – an excellent choice for summer wearables due to it’s lightweight breathability and amazing drape. 

Designer: Knitting with Chopsticks

Whip up this customizable top in your favorite summer colors. It’s the little things that really make this pattern pop – like the dainty little tie around the waist. Bonus: there’s no seaming involved! 

Designer: E’Claire Makery

Meet your new favorite layering piece – a long, lacey tunic with sexy shoulder cut-outs. Dress it down with jeans and a cardigan or dress it up with leggings and a tank top underneath. 

Designer: Simply Collectible Crochet

Keep it classic in black with this beautiful crochet crop top. The scalloped edges and lace details really up the “wow factor” with this design! Don’t like the cropped look? You can easily add length for a longer top. 

 

Designer: Beautiful Crochet Stuff

Summer is a great time to try new looks and to add bright colors to your wardrobe. This colorful top is the definition of fun. It’s hard to believe that this gorgeous design starts out as a humble double crochet circle. 

 

Designer: ByKaterina

Don’t be intimidated! I know this pattern looks complicated but it’s really just made of two rectangles. The back and the front are identical. Besides, you know you’re going to look great in this lacey top

Designer: CrochetnCrafts

Learn a new stitch and look great doing it with this cute and casual crochet top. I love that the recommended yarn is glittery! If you are a visual learner then you’ll be thrilled to know that this pattern includes both written and charted directions.

 

Designer: Yarn Plaza

Wowza! This stunning top could honestly be a designer label it looks so amazing! The secret is the super lightweight yarn. That’s what makes the stitches look so delicate and intricate. It will take a little longer to work up but the effort will be well worth it. 

Designer: A Crocheted Simplicity

If it doesn’t get very warm where you live, or if you prefer a more modest top, then this timeless ¾ sleeve top is the one for you! Who says all summer tops should be short-sleeved? Be a rebel!

 

Designer: Nurturing Fibres

Last, but not least. We have one more awesome crochet summer top free pattern! The name of this cute top might be hard to say but it sure is easy on the eyes! “Aerwyna” means friend of the sea. Such a fitting name for this wavy stitch blue/ green design

Designer: I Need It Crochet

If you’re the kind of crocheter that usually only makes things for others, I challenge you to make one of these stunning crochet summer tops to keep for yourself! Making something for yourself is an amazing way to cultivate mindfulness and practice self care. You deserve it!

If you enjoyed these free patterns, why don’t you make a pair of matching crochet sandals! Here are 12 absolutely free crochet sandal patterns.

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Alexandra

    I LOVE these! I was looking for crocheted summer tops!

    1. Alysha Littlejohn

      Thank you

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