Textured Crochet Crop Top Ideas and Free Patterns
Crochet crop tops are this season`s trends, so if you`re enjoying making your own clothes, they`re definitely worth a try. These Textured Crop Top Ideas will surely inspire you to make a great addition to your wardrobe because you can wear them on all occasions. Pair them with high waisted skirt or trousers when you go to town or with a pareo as a cover-up on the beach. They are quite simple to make but using bobble stitch or lace chevrons will give them beautiful and unusual texture. These crop tops are perfect for summer so choose your favorite colors and get hooking. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Circular Crochet Bags and Beautiful Summer Ponchos.
The Bobble Crop Top Free Crochet Pattern
What can be better than a crochet crop top with decorative bobbles? We honestly don’t know! This cute item has a lovely texture and will be perfect for summer to pair with shorts or a skirt. Rachel Misner is a fashion queen, evidently!
Level: upper beginner Author: Rachel Misner
The original pattern is on E and P Crochet here. More info on Ravelry here. Info about this version by KnittydeSmitty and the photos are on Ravelry here.
Cropped Cardi Free Crochet Pattern
No plans for warm months? Sierra`s Crafty Creations has got you covered! Use an open lace chevron stitch to crochet this beautiful crop top. The pink shades flow nicely but you can always use your favorite color combinations.
Level: upper beginner Author: Sierra`s Crafty Creations
The original pattern and the photos are on Sierra’s Crafty Creations here. More info on Ravelry here.
Cherry Crop Top Free Crochet Pattern
This top is simply too cute to be true! Have you ever seen a crochet top pattern more charming and original than this one? We certainly don’t think so! Jane Green really surprised us with this wonder. Try it this summer!
Level: upper beginner Author: Jane Green
The video tutorial is on YouTube here. More info and the photos are on Ravelry here.