Is anyone in need of free knit tops patterns? If you are a knitter, you are probably preparing yourself for summer right now. Making your own knitted blouses is always very satisfying, so don’t hesitate and explore today’s collection of Delicate Knitted Tops.
These recommendations will be great both for evenings and everyday wear. They are light, airy – just great for hot weather. The delicate and feminine design makes them really easy to pair with other items in your wardrobe. All of them have a kind of unique detail, which makes them stand out in the crowd.
Whether you are looking for tank top knitting patterns, or short-sleeved blouses, you are in the right place. Beginners are welcome as well, so if you’re new to knitting, purling, or garter stitch, this is your opportunity to learn.
A floral motif or subtle panels at the front are what catches the eye, evidently. The choice of color is crucial here because it changes the character entirely. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Free knitting patterns for tops
1. Summer Breeze
This summer go for classics, such as this knitted top pattern from Mirella. In the photo, you can see the delicate structure that creates lightweight fabric.
Basic stitches combined with openwork make this project so feminine and whimsical! Go for a top, or go on knitting to create the most wonderful beach dress.
Level: beginner Author: Mirella Moments
photo by Mirella Moments / ravelry.com
2. Woodstock Top
This simple knitted top has lovely detail at the front and a stunning openwork pattern at the back. The cut is so original too, as there are not many knitted blouses that look like this.
We dig this refreshing shade of green so much, and we would definitely recommend it for the summer. As with many other Drops’ patterns, this one is very size-inclusive.
Level: upper beginner Author: DROPS design
3. Criss Cross Top
This design has a very interesting detail at the front, right? These crisscrossing panels create such an unusual shape! It will look great in neutral shades like beiges and grays, but you can also go for pastels. What will it be this time?
Level: upper beginner Author: Purl Soho
This top may look simple at the front, but there’s so much going on at the back! This beautiful lacy design with floral motifs is unexpected, isn’t it? If you want to knit something really special for this season, you know what to do now.
Amy’s project features a vibrant shade of pink called fuchsia. This color reminds me of tropical flowers and it works perfectly with the floral lacy patterns. If you’re not into such flashy shades, however, go for neutral knitted blouses.
It’s always a good idea because they go with every outfit. Depending on your skin tone, this blouse may be contrasting or subtle.
Level: upper beginner Author: Amy Palmer
This v-neck top by Berroco is so stylish! If you would like to learn a new stitch this season, this is an ideal opportunity to get into summer knitting. Why don’t you make this simple blouse in different colors? It will certainly become your go-to!
Designers at Berocco came up with fun textured stitching, which is very eye-catching. Once you learn the repeat, you will be able to use it in other projects. How about a little knitting challenge, right?
Level: upper beginner Author: Berroco, Inc.
6. Windmill T-Shirt
This openwork is absolutely precious, isn’t it? It makes this simple t-shirt so unique and feminine. A little cap sleeve will hide troublesome areas on your shoulders, and the deep blue fits most skin tones. What do you think about this fresh blue shade?
Rachel Carson Hill is the queen of modern handmade fashion, without a doubt. The openwork part is a fun challenge, while the rest of the blouse uses simple purls and knits. Take a look at the photo and see the closeup – isn’t this decorative motif beautiful?
Level: intermediate Author: Rachel Carson Hill
Hadi – no longer free
This top is elegant and so comfortable at the same time! It has a cut of a boxy t-shirt and an openwork pattern that makes it stand out among knitted blouses. What’s more, the shade is very sophisticated and the yarn looks sleek.
What a delightful combination of knitting stitches. We love the colors as well! Would you choose violet or blue?
Level: upper beginner Author: Emily Walton