- Designed by Grace forthefrills
What a perfect beach sweater, right? Light and breathable, exactly how it should be. What’s more, is super comfy because it’s a little bit oversized with cuffed sleeves. Wear it over a swimsuit or on everyday basis.
PHOTOS by Grace forthefrills / Ravelry.com
Sea Breeze Cover Up Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by By Katerina
You’ll need 4 mm hook to make the cover up you can see in the picture below. However, if you want it to be less transparent, I’d recommend using even a smaller hook, it’s totally up to you! This pattern is truly worth a while!
PHOTOS by By Katerina / Ravelry.com
The Kahe Kai Top Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by Cactus and Lace Designs
This light and airy cover up can also double as a summer top, that’s really comfy and fast to do. What’s more, you can easily adjust the size of it. It’s made with double crochet, that’s great for beginners.
PHOTOS by Cactus and Lace Designs / Ravelry.com
Holiday Sweater Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by Catalina Ungureanu
This beautiful sweater is the ultimate holiday project, that will make your ready for Christmas! It’s a top – down sweater by Catalina Ungureanu, that’s worked with a round yoke. The best part is, that you can easily adjust the size of the sleeves and length of the sweater. Feel free to go for any color you like, however red and green tend to be the most festive.
PHOTOS by Catalina Ungureanu / Ravelry.com
Stephanie Sweater Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by Divine Debris
The Stephanie Sweater is the ultimate early autumn sweater. Why, you might ask? Because it will keep you warm, while still being light, breathable and very soft. Use a 5 mm hook for this one. It comes in variety of sizes, from S to 5X.
PHOTOS by Divine Debris / Ravelry.com
Sigfrid Sweater Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by Justyna Srock
This sweater by Justyna Stock is made as a seamless construction, so it’s super comfy. What’s more, the texture is very nice in touch! You can go for two options with this sweater – bell sleeves or straight ones. In other words, it’s a must have.
PHOTOS by Justyna Srock / Ravelry.com