Tie Strap Dress (Free Crochet Pattern)

Since this is a tank dress, I would recommend using a light worsted weight yarn which is light in mass. Something cotton or linen rather than a heavier material. A flare skirt like this requires a fair amount of material and using a lighter mass yarn will make this piece much more comfortable to wear.Continue reading “Tie Strap Dress (Free Crochet Pattern)”

Scallop Hem Halter-neck Top (Free Crochet Pattern)

The body of this pattern is almost entirely double crochet, so it works up fast and the length of the top is easy to customize. I used a worsted weight cotton-acrylic blend yarn in my project and since this is a summer top, I would recommend either something of a similar composition or a yarnContinue reading “Scallop Hem Halter-neck Top (Free Crochet Pattern)”

Square Neck Sweater (Free Crochet Pattern)

This pattern combines a square neckline with wide sleeves for a sweater which is vaguely fantasy inspired. I, personally, love interesting necklines and sleeves in my sweaters and this piece includes both. The sweater I made has sleeves slightly short of 3/4 length, which makes it something I’ll most likely wear in the fall orContinue reading “Square Neck Sweater (Free Crochet Pattern)”

Easy Peplum Top (Free Crochet Pattern)

Model is 5′ 3″ and wearing a size 34 The Lilac Peplum Top is worked in one piece in double crochet with minimal sewing required (only weaving in ends). Like the Hyacinth Sweater, this short-sleeved peplum top is worked top-down in the round. Since this project is worked top-down, customizing the length just requires youContinue reading “Easy Peplum Top (Free Crochet Pattern)”

Crochet Wrap Skirt (Free Pattern)

Model is 5′ 3″ and wearing a size 29 This skirt is designed to wrap around your waist 1.5 times. I have found that some wrap skirts and dresses don’t have much overlap between the two layers in the front which is not particularly practical if you intend to wear the garment anywhere with wind.Continue reading “Crochet Wrap Skirt (Free Pattern)”