Crochet Sweater Patterns for Summer Super Simple Summer Tops
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Crochet summer sweater patterns can be made easily for the warmer weather with lightweight yarns or cotton yarn. When you crochet a sweater for summer you can make it with short sleeves, long sleeves or as a tank top for the warm weather. What’s great about crocheting a summer sweater is you have so many different colors of yarn that you can make it in and the patterns are simple and easy to crochet.
In the Leisure Arts book Super Simple Summer Tops by Melissa Leapman you will find the perfect patterns for crocheting a summer top in the style you want. Whether you want to add lace trim to a v-neck sweater or crochet a belt fo the longer boho style crochet top.
Each pattern is written for 6 different sizes so you will be able to make one for several different women that you want to share your crochet with.
When crocheting a summer top be sure to select a lightweight comfortable yarn or crochet your top in a cotton yarn that is machine washable and can breath with you.
Super Simple Summer Tops from Leisure Arts, popular styles and breezy lace combine with cotton and other soft yarns to create a wonderful warm-weather crochet wardrobe. Easy stitches and simple shapes create a beautiful variety of neck lines, sleeve styles (including sleeveless), and yarn weights (fine, light, and medium).
Designs by Melissa Leapman include Lace-Trim V-Neck, Enchanting Empire, Ombre Tee, Chic Tank, Belle Tunic, and Sweet Boho Top. Each pattern is written for six sizes, from Small (finished chest measurement of 35 inches [89 cm]) to 3X (54.75 inches [139 cm]). Crochet them all in different colors and styles!
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