"Looking for a summer crochet dress pattern? The Seascape Dress is an easy top-down crochet pattern with a step-by-step video tutorial. Featuring a lightly flared body and scallop edging, this simple crochet dress is effortlessly summer chic! Made with organic cotton yarn, the Seascape Dress has options galore. You can crochet tie straps (as pictured), straight straps, have a plain v-neck, crochet scallop edging or add a rope belt! You can truly customise this dress to perfectly suit your style :) "
We prepared to do a great series of knitting and crochet patterns for the summer. A unique crochet and knitting pattern will be added to the summer series every week. We think you will love these patterns. We start the Jessica summer series with a wonderful long dress pattern called “Calico”. This is a great option for those who are looking for easy crochet dress pattern! This could actually be a nice choice as well as a crochet beach dress.
"This beautiful dress is easy to crochet from the top down. The raglan shaping is worked within the stitch pattern. The whole dress is worked in the round and it is completely seamless. Sizes range from 36 to 52 inch bust with ample flounce to showcase the yarn’s incredible drape at the hemline. This dress can be worn and styled in a variety of ways. You can adjust the color palette by the color of dress or slip you wear underneath it. Same color slip, or high contrast slip will give you very different looks. Click the link to view the free crochet pattern, video tutorial and detailed crochet charts!"
Looking for a cute yet comfortable summer crochet dress? Look no further! The Cache Coeur dress might not look like it but it is an easy beginner-friendly crochet dress pattern. The cotton bamboo yarn gives it amazing drape. Sized XS to 5XL, the sizing is very forgiving thanks to the loose fit. The top is easily adjustable (more/less cleavage) and you tighten the belt when you wear it so you're guaranteed it fits nicely.
This summer crochet dress is as easy to make as it is beautiful. Using a shell stitch up top to keep the stitches tight and give it some complexity, I used a double crochet stitch for the skirt part to give it a nice subtle contrast and to help the drape and flow of the dress. This was made knee length but is easy to adjust to the length you'd prefer. I used a linen and pima cotton blend for the piece pictured in the photo. Checked out the pattern for my review of this yarn. Pattern is available in US women's sizes XS-XXL and includes a free video tutorial. *I used a 3mm hook and 4mm hook. Hope you enjoy!