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Crochet tops can span from a lacey overtunic to a warm sweater and so many items in between. So grab your hook and yarn and get ready for some wardrobe additions!
Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1) Mesh Summer Top Tutorial ~ by Bob Wilson 123
2) Rosaline Kimono Tunic ~ by Kim Guzman http://crochetkim.com/freepatterns/rosaline-kimono-tunic/
This pattern uses the drop stitch crochet variation of broomstick lace.
3) After the Rain ~ by Jessie At Home
This sweet little tank is a great accessory for any little girl’s summer! It can be worn with jeans, a skirt, or anything in between.
4) Breezy Shell Top ~ by Cre8tion Crochet
This tank is constructed in two simple pieces which are then stitched up the sides. The color change at the bodice and the short slit up the side add to the visual appeal.
5) Cottony Vest ~ by The Crochet Dude
6) Baker’s Tee ~ by Jessie At Home
You won’t believe the simplicity of this pattern! It is simply a linen stitch rectangle with a slit in the middle, which is then folded in half. The vertical stripes add a fun accent to this easy tee.
7) Summer Breeze Baby Sweater ~ by Moogly
The Summer Breeze Baby Sweater is a sweet little crochet baby sweater vest that’s perfect for warmer weather. Made of cool cotton with open, lightweight stitches, it’s a great layer for warding off an evening chill, or all on it’s own as a little top!
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