Are you still looking for a top to crochet to satisfy that Summer feeling? Don’t worry you still have time before Autumn is here. Check out these awesome Summer Crochet Tees.
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Hi everyone, it’s been a very strange summer so far. With the virus keeping people indoors it’s hard to feel like its Summer in our air-conditioned homes. If you are like me you are probably still making some winter wear you started last September when you swore it would be ready to wear for the snow! With that in mind, I decided to gather and share my favourite fast Summer shirt makes that would be ready before the season changes. Most of the Crochet Tees are made in a nice airy texture making them good for early Autumn also.
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To start our round-up I have chosen the Summer Romance Tee by the lovely Veronika. This top is made in two easily seamed flat pieces so is super fast to knock out in a couple of days. I love the fit of this lacy top and how complex it looks. Head over to the Blue Star Crochet blog to see the free pattern, or to support the designer by purchasing the downloadable pattern.
How beautifully simple is this Peplum design by Hortense? This design looks like the perfect wardrobe staple for Summer. A beautiful crochet tee, made originally in cotton yarn it will be super breathable while looking super feminine. Get the free pattern over on the Knitting with Chopsticks Blog.
Our third top is part of a larger set of designs. Love the stitch pattern but don’t want a tee? Head over to the Sincerely Pam Blog where you can find patterns for children’s size Marielle, the Addy lace Cardigan as well as a lovely Slouch beanie and shawl!
Trista definitely knocked it out of the park for her first garment design. The simple eyelet repeat is very easy to follow along, with minimal chances of frogging! Go get the pattern over on the Crochets by Trista Blog.
Ok, so I may be biased when it comes to anything purple, but look at how gorgeous Rachels lace is! I love how flowy this shirt is, and even more, it was made with Darn Good Yarn Linen yarn. Head over to Desert Blossom Crafts to get the free pattern.
This next tee seemed so unique to me, the idea of tying two different fabrics together to create one piece is so pretty. Made mostly from dc’s the garment makes up super fast, and with that two-tone effect, the colour choices are endless! get the free pattern from Mary Beth over on her blog.
This next one is a personal favourite. The simple repeat and lines of this tee make it gorgeous as an everyday top and a party top for Autumn. The construction of the sleeves also makes it super breathable in hot weather. Get the free pattern by A Crocheted Simplicity here.
Once again we have such beautiful colouring and really simple construction. The Yuma Tank goes up to 5X in sizing so makes for a really versatile pattern. Head over To the Needle Klankers site to get the free pattern.
Premium Crochet Patterns
I couldn’t resist these patterns, so I have added in two beautiful premium patterns. If you have liked any of the patterns so far today, please support the designer by purchasing their printable patterns. Each is available through their individual blogs. Remember every purchase helps designers to continue to offer free patterns on their sites.