The Anabelle Sava Top by Coco Crochet Lee offers texture and a granny square constructed in a different way fo lots of style that's perfect to wear anywhere. You can have a lot of fun choosing several sets of complimentary colors to a make a few tops for your handmade closet.
The Pixie Dust Tee by Cre8tion Crochet offers a ton of style with a lacy diamond on the back. With ribbing at the arms and hem, you're sure to have a comfortable fit. There's even a child size version for mommy and me outfits!
The Two Tone Tee by Crochet with Mary Beth is another beginner-friendly garment that offers ties on the side, and a super cute shaped neckline. You will definitely wow you non-crochet friends when you wear this top!
A Crocheted Simplicity created the Wandering Free Summer Top with a fine weight yarn. Do not run in fear for using thin yarn, as you get to use a size G hook and create a garment that is as light as air. You'll love the light lacy detail along the front and a "capped" sleeve.
Fosbas Designs has created the Real Bobble Cardigan in one piece! Yes! No seams! Plus there's a ton of texture with bobbles on the sleeves and body. Whether you choose three colors or just one, you're sure to keep this cardigan in rotation.
If you haven't made anything with a honeycomb, now is your chance with the Honeycomb Crochet Tank Top by Briane K Desgns. The use of skipped stitches creates a gorgeous top of honeycombs may even attracts bees.
Have you ever created broomstick lace? It's a technique typically done with thinner yarn, but this lacy top uses a bulky yarn to mimic a granny square look. Grab those super large needles and hook to make this one!
The Sea of Summer Top is an a-line garment that drapes to the hip. With two options for the ruffle, you don't have to worry about the fabric becoming too heavy. This off the shoulder top becomes a classic piece for your handmade closet to wear any time.
The Crochet Frigus Top by Joy of Motion Crochet is created top down. This means that you can try it on as you crochet to ensure just the right fit. This will be a favorite to wear in warmer months, or wear over a long sleeve for the fall and winter.
EEEK! Don’t you just love the colors of the Spring Crochet Top! This may be on my hook super soon, as I instantly recognized the yarn to be Noro Kibou (does this show that I spend a lot of time with yarn??) You’ll enjoy how easy this top is to make, although it appears difficult.
The Kathryn Wrap Top uses simple stitches to let the yarn take center stage. This top is practically seamless, as it is worked from the bottom to the neck and then down the back. It's a great layering piece, and is breast-feeding friendly.