When hot rays of the sun are making you sweat, there’s nothing better than a natural, light, and airy crochet top. With a free pattern, obviously! Today’s collection is all about that because you can make one by yourself! Explore ideas for Simple Crochet Tops and get inspired.
Maybe you will find your next project here, among our recommendations. These projects celebrate natural colors, but if you’d rather go for something bold, try it! You can wear these tops for everyday clothes, like jeans or shorts. Don’t forget about their versatility, though! They will be perfect for a day at the beach, too. Choose natural yarns, which are breathable and good for your skin, in contrast to synthetic ones. Finally, grab your crochet hook and start today! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
free Crochet top patterns
The Poppy Pullover
A lightweight crochet pullover can be a lifesaver on hot summer days, so make sure you’ve got at least one in your closet. This easy free pattern from Rachel is a great opportunity for beginners to hone their skills while creating something truly special.
Level: beginner Author: Rachel Misner
photos by Rachel Misner / ravelry.com
Wip Wednesday Cal Limerick Tee
Is there anything more versatile than a striped top? This summer staple can be the most versatile thing in your closet, depending on the colors you choose. Anyway, with this free pattern from Lee, you’ll make a bunch of these tees in no time!
Level: beginner Author: Lee Sartori
photos by Lee Sartori / ravelry.com
Saratoga Poncho Top
Jess Coppom is back with one more awesome pattern for all the fashion queens out there. This loose crochet poncho-style top is very simple to make. All you need to do here is join two rectangles! So cool, right?
Level: beginner Author: Jess Coppom
The amazing flower pattern of this boxy crochet top is truly unique! Any top you crochet following the one-of-a-kind pattern by ChiWei Ranck will certainly be an eye-catcher! Are you going to stick with this elegant pale blue? We surely would!
Level: upper beginner Author: ChiWei Ranck
Open Waves Top for Women
Here is another very simple crochet top pattern, this time designed by the awesome author behind Loopingly Made. We can tell you one thing – it is certainly great for beginners. Wear it on top of a smaller top or to the beach!
Level: upper beginner Author: LoopinglyMade
We are forever in love with all the clothes designed by the genius artist Toni Lipsey! An oversized mesh tee like this one is the best choice for spring and summer because it is comfortable and looks great. Try it yourself!
Level: beginner Author: Toni Lipsey
Are you wondering how to recreate this simple pattern for a crochet top by the author of By Katerina blog? Simple stitches are enough to showcase any type of amazing ombre yarn you pick. Well then, what color will it be?
Level: beginner Author: By Katerina
Let’s Summer Top
Breezy and beautiful like the summer itself! We love the fresh colors of this crochet top by the infallible Yarnspirations Design Studio. If you are looking to add something to your collection of basics, this is evidently it.
Level: upper beginner Author: Yarnspirations Design Studio
Time for daisies, beautiful people! The season for floral motifs in crochet patterns has officially started, without a doubt. Or maybe it lasts all year round? Would be great to hear your opinion! Will you try this top by Yay For Yarn Patterns?
Level: upper beginner Author: Yay For Yarn Patterns
Fabulous color and fabulous stitch! Seriously, can you even believe this crochet top pattern just released by April Garwood? We all want it in our wardrobes this summer. In this hot pink shade, of course! And in a couple of others.
Level: upper beginner Author: April Garwood
These colors are making us feel like spring is already around the corner! This crochet pattern by awesome Carrie M Chambers will help you make a chic piece for your wardrobe using the classic granny technique. The top has such an original form!
Level: upper beginner Author: Carrie M Chambers