Ready for summer fun at the pool, brunch, or your backyard?
I know I’m ready for the fun of summer and enjoying the extra hours of daylight. What’s the best way to enjoy summer fun and the kids being home? Having quick, easy crochet patterns on hand while the kids play outside or splash in the pool. And a Summer pattern roundup makes it even easier to decide on which project to start next.
Since I found so many that I liked, I decided to feature the patterns in two parts. There are free and paid patterns from various designers to suit everyone’s interests. I hope you’ll enjoy these summer patterns as much as do, and meet new designers too. Be sure to leave a comment below on which one you’ll make first, and don’t forget to show some love to the designers too!
Salt Grass Hat by Salty Pearl Crochet
Try some raffia yarn to make this lovely sun hat to wear to tea, poolside or while digging your toes in some sand.
Giana Swimsuit by CapitanaUncino
A sexy one piece swimsuit made with sport weight yarn. Be sure to check out her other swim suit designs
Summer Dress by Tasty Bijoux
This dress would be a great swimsuit coverup for the day and carry you into dinner for the evening.
I’m sure you’ve seen this design all over Pinterest. Although it’s in Russian, a chart is included so anyone can make this two-piece swimsuit.
Crochet Sandals with Flip Flop Soles by Sewrella
You can never have too many shoes, especially shoes that you make yourself. Now is a great time (in the US and Northern Hemisphere) to grab flip flops in tons of colors and prints to make a pair to match all of your summer outfits.
Short Gladiator Flippies by Simone Gattis
Grab some Lily Sugar N’ Cream yarn to turn your flip flops into gladiator style sandals. Make several pairs to wear to the office or the summer family picnic. Check out others designs by visiting her FB page
Bloom Necklace and Earrings by Natali’s Crochet
This set is sure to earn lots of compliments when you attend brunch this summer or an outdoor wedding.
Which pattern will you be starting first? Let me know in the comments below.
Come back soon for Part 2!
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