Lacy Kimonos for Summer Free Crochet Patterns

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Welcome, fashion followers! Are you in the mood for a fashion talk today? Girl, without a doubt! This time of the year, it is our mission to help you spice up your wardrobe with lightweight, breathable pieces in energizing colors. With this in mind, we have been searching for the most impressive examples of crochet patterns for kimonos. We have found two outstanding ones written by experienced authors. They both amaze us with artistic openwork and refreshing green shades. We hope you will understand the power of a well-crocheted cover-up thanks to this selection of Lacy Kimonos for Summer. Are you ready to get inspired? Obviously! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

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If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Enchanting Shawls and Feminine Shawls.

Harper Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Who doesn’t love fashion gems designed by Divine Debris? We all certainly do and we are always waiting for more. To celebrate summer at its peak, crochet yourself a charming vest following this awesome pattern.  Can you believe that there are 9 sizes available? What color will you go for? We surely stand by this minty green!

Level: upper beginner Author: Divine Debris

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The original pattern and the photo are on Divine Debris here. More info on Ravelry here.

Diamond Kimono Free Crochet Pattern

Isn’t this color so unusual? It makes ut think of fresh fruits and other summer treats we all adore. If you want to make your outfits pop this season, trust the brilliant designer behind Yay For Yarn Patterns. Do you have an evening all to yourself on the horizon? Grab the hook and work some magic then!

Level: intermediate Author: Yay For Yarn Patterns

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The original pattern and the photos are on Yay For Yarn here. More info on Ravelry here.

Lace Kimono Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

The season for lacy kimonos has officially started! And the season for powder pink never ended, right? This means that this crochet pattern by Justina Kirkwood ticks all the boxes. But we knew it when we first saw it, right? Sure thing!

Level: intermediate Author: Justina Kirkwood

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The original pattern and the photos are on Colour Ceilidh Crochet here. More info on Ravelry here.

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