All girls deserve all the free crochet patterns for Minimalist Vests they can get! We are so into designs like this one this season because they are lightweight, very comfortable, and so versatile. You can wear your vest with a fancy summer dress as well as with a casual t-shirt and jeans set. The patterns we have found for today are perfectly simple, therefore they will look awesome in any color you choose. Stick with neutrals in order to keep things classic or go for something bold to celebrate summer. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Spring Vest Free Crochet Pattern
This design is a definition of minimalism in fashion! It really is genius in its simplicity, isn’t it? Especially in this neutral shade of light gray that will go well with so many different color combinations. Are you already planning your outfits for this season? Make sure the vest is included!
Level: upper beginner Author: Heart Hook Home
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.
Dusk Cape Free Crochet Pattern
The oversize craze continues! Have you ever wondered why we all love the loose fit so much? Is it because of the comfort? Or maybe we all dig the laid-back, cool character of oversized pieces of clothing? All we know is that this cape is out of this world!
Level: beginner Author: Stephanie Jessica Lau
Sleeveless Lace Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern
What a wonderful piece by Sarah Ruane! Capes are so original and rare, don’t you think? We don’t see them as often as other kinds of patterns in the crocheter’s community, without a doubt. This is why we have been looking for one to recommend to you!
Level: upper beginner Author: Sarah Ruane
Granny Stripe Vest Free Crochet Pattern
A chic vest with a fringe designed by Kylee Keller! If you would like to wear it this summer and autumn but feel like you do not have enough crocheting experience yet, do not worry! Based on the classic granny technique, this pattern is quite beginner-friendly.
Level: upper beginner Author: Kylee Keller