Knitted tops have arrived, fashion lovers! Knitwear is not only for winter. All of you used to thinking about knitting only in terms of thick festive sweaters, take a look! Our today’s collection of Knitted Tops for Summer is full of ideas. First of all, they are stylish, but also easy to make and work up fast. These designs will be perfect for summer festivals or days at the beach because they are light and airy. Delicate tops like these are probably the best for heatwaves, especially if made with natural fibers. Another plus is the fact, that knitwear doesn’t wrinkle, so you can wear them all day long and look great. If you are not a knitter, check our collection of Loose Crochet Summer Tops! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Pennekamp Free Knitting Pattern
This easy knitted top will complement ripped jeans as well as an elegant skirt. Seems like you can wear it for most occasions, right? Without a doubt! Amanda Keep Williams will show you how to knit your own version of this wonder.
Level: upper beginner Author: Amanda Keep Williams
Organza Free Knitting Pattern
Loose-fitting tops like this one by Lisa Richardson are very comfortable and so chic! What do we love the most about this one? The amazing floral motif at the bottom, undoubtedly! And this fresh shade of blue? Energizing, isn’t it?
Level: intermediate Author: Lisa Richardson
Luxora Free Knitting Pattern
Interesting triangle detail at the front is what makes this top unique. We are obsessed with the boho feel Samantha Stadter created. If you are planning many outdoor parties and get-togethers, you certainly need to knit this top or two.
Level: upper beginner Author: Samantha Stadter
Beals Free Knitting Pattern
How cool is this yarn? Don’t you just want to use it for all your summer projects? For starters, this knitted top by Amy Christoffers looks amazing in it. It is simple and so fashionable. Comfortable too! We are looking forward to seeing your versions!
Level: upper beginner Author: Amy Christoffers