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30 Summer Crochet Patterns

Who says crochet is only for winter? This round up features bright, beautiful, and useful summer crochet patterns for your home as well as yourself. You will find a range of home décor to spice up your summer entertaining as well as fashion accessories to style your handmade wardrobe.

Pinterest pin of summer crochet patterns including hats, shawls, towels, and washcloths.

30 Summer Crochet Patterns For You And Your Home

In this round up, you will find crochet patterns that are perfect for summertime and beyond. It is filled with home décor and women’s fashion accessories including:

  • Scarves/Shawls
  • Coasters
  • Dresses/Coverups
  • Hot pads/Coasters
  • Hats/Headbands
  • Blankets, and more

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All of the featured patterns below were a part of the Dollar Days Summer Hop. You will find them all still available. Some are free on the designer’s websites and some may be premium PDF only.

Mosaic Tulip Pot Cozy by Simply Melanie Jane

A beautiful pot cozy featuring a mosaic tulip. Made with two strands of cotton yarn, it can also stand alone as a basket.

Find the pattern HERE

Flower Power Coaster & Basket by Marsha YarnDoodles

These coasters, with 2 rows of petals, are quick & easy to make up. They would be great accessories to your Spring & Summer decor. They’re adorable in solid colors or with the center in one color & the petals in another color … or mix them up to make a set!

Find the pattern HERE

Summer Bunny in Bikini by Anvi’s Granny Handicraft

The almost no-sew little bunny in bikini is so cute. It makes a really fun keychain for your summer.

Find the pattern HERE

Summer Breeze Cover Up by Sweet Potato3

Crochet a lightweight cover up that works great in the summer. Made in a self striping yarn the design comes to life with each color change.

Find the pattern HERE

C2C Mesh Stitch Washcloth by Made by Gootie

The crochet Mesh stitch has such a beautiful texture, and it’s perfect for a washcloth. The C2C method gives you the flexibility to decide the finished measurements of your work as you go.

Find the pattern HERE

Mermaid Tears Tee by Salty Pearl Crochet

This pretty lace tee feels as breezy to make as it is to wear! You’ll love how the simple boat neck, fluttery sleeves, and picot trim flatter all body types.

Find the pattern HERE

Mossyrock Shawl by Underground Crafter

This triangular shawl uses a simple stitch pattern – the half double crochet variation of the crochet moss stitch – and a self-striping yarn to make colorwork easy. A puff stitch border adds a decorative finishing touch.

Find the pattern HERE

Freyja Hot pad by Sandra Stitches

Easy and stylish two strands Hot Pad Pattern to upgrade your dinner table!

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Happy Hair Scarf by Simply Hooked by Janet

The Happy Hair Scarf is a fairly simple headband design. The stitch pattern mimics the granny stitch but is more open. This is a fairly quick make perfect for Summer.

Find the pattern HERE

Happenin’ Headbandana by Straight Hooked

Do you love crocheted headbands but hate that they stretch out during the day? The Happenin’ Headbandana was designed to combat this issue by adding elastic at the base of your neck to keep this accessory in place all day long!

Find the pattern HERE

Zoey Headband by OwensVillaChick Designs

he Zoey Headband is a quick and fun crochet pattern that is designed for the advanced beginner in mind. The pattern utilizes the single crochet, chain stitches and half double crochet puffs to create a lovely texture.

Find the pattern HERE

Oyster Shell Napkin by Jo’s Crafty Hook

Add a little extra color to your breakfast table with these great cotton napkins that can be made in a wide variety of colors.

Find the pattern HERE

Staircase Shawlette by Hooked For Life Publishing

I find myself purchasing sets of sock yarn minis whenever I see a color grouping that calls to me, but then I am never quite sure what to do with them afterwards – thus the Staircase Shawlette was born.

Find the pattern HERE

Spring Scarf by Toyslab Creations

Stay stylish this spring with the crochet spring scarf pattern! This cute, lacy scarf features a unique lace design and is perfect for the spring weather. This pattern is very suitable for crochet beginners, this pattern is easy to follow and will make a great addition to your spring wardrobe. Add a touch of elegance to your outfit with this crochet spring scarf, perfect for both casual and formal occasions.

Find the pattern HERE

Flutter by Rows & Roses

Flutter is perfect for this transitional almost-spring weather. Flutter is a one-skein fingering weight crochet shawlette, perfect for that one skein of sock yarn you keep taking out and petting. Flutter can be worn draped across your shoulders, or around your neck like a scarf.

Find the pattern HERE

Blissful Blocks Baby Blanket by MadameStitch

There are so many things to love about this baby blanket – its unique design, its elegant look, its lightweight drape – to name a few. Made with a DK weight acrylic or cotton yarn, the blanket can be used in any season, especially during the summer when just a light cover will do.

Find pattern HERE

Ariel Cardigan by Knitting With Chopsticks

The Ariel boho crochet summer cardigan is an easy light and airy summer cardigan crochet pattern. Wear it over a tank top with simple jeans, it instantly uplifts your outfit. Long with lots of drape, it’s the perfect crochet cardigan for a summer stroll on the beach

Find the pattern HERE

Layla Hair Tie by OwensVillaChick Designs

The Layla Hair Tie is worked in unturned rounds and makes a great stash buster for yarn weights from super fine to bulky. It is a super quick make and is an elegant hair accessory staple.

Find the pattern HERE

Changing Seasons Coaster by Jo’s Crafty Hook

These coasters add a little extra something to your home decor making them to match every season.

Find the pattern HERE

Berry Fun Beret by Straight Hooked

The Berry Fun Beret is as fun to make as it is to wear!

Find the pattern HERE

Sea Waves Potholder by Raffamusa Designs

The Sea Waves Potholder is an ocean-themed hot pad pattern that is guaranteed to be your best friend in the kitchen throughout the Summer! With its solid and thick fabric, this potholder is functional and decorative at the same time!

Find the pattern HERE

Colour Block Crop Cardigan by Carroway Crochet

Pick the perfect colours for your personal style and vibe and make yourself this Colour Block Cardigan that you can personalize to be cropped or a little longer.

Find the pattern HERE

Sunflower Kitchen Boa by My Fingers Fly

You’re running around the kitchen trying to get everything ready at the same time, and you throw a kitchen towel over your shoulder. The problem is that it keeps falling off. This cheerful sunflower kitchen boa crochet pattern includes instructions for sewing on a kitchen towel along with a YouTube video that shows each step.

Find the pattern HERE

Cache Coeur Dress by Knitting With Chopsticks

Looking for a cute and comfortable summer crochet dress? The Cache Coeur Dress is all that and more. Despite how it looks, my simple step-by-step instructions make it a wonderful beginner-friendly crochet pattern. Cotton bamboo yarn gives this dress it’s beautiful drape, and the loose fit and belt ensure it fits perfectly in every size (XS to 5XL).

Find the pattern HERE

The Zellie Bag by Pont Neuf Studio

This quick and easy cross body bag uses simple stitches and works up in just a half hour. It’s a fun summer make and perfect for markets or gifts.

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Crochet Ruffle Bikini Top by Toyslab Creations

This cute and easy crochet bikini top has a unique ruffle design which adds to its beauty. It’s very beginner friendly pattern. It makes use of simple crochet stitches like Hdc, Sc. It’s perfect for the beach. 

Find the pattern HERE

Jorja Table Runner by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

This simple table runner is perfect for any home and a great beginner project too – make it in your colours to match your decor and add something elegant to your dining table or sideboard this Summer.

Find the pattern HERE

Summer Breeze Throw by Ambassador Crochet

Keep the chill of cool summer nights off with the Summer Breeze Throw. Great for sitting around a firepit or even wrapping it around yourself for a walk on the beach.

Find the pattern HERE

Gladys Crochet Shell Scarf by Pam’s Cozy Corner

Wrap yourself in cozy elegance and embrace with this crochet lacy shell scarf which is a must-have addition to your fashion!

Find the pattern HERE

Grand Gentleman Hat by Straight Hooked

The Grand Gentleman Hat is a stylish accessory that can be worn by both men and women!

Find the pattern HERE

I hope you enjoyed all the patterns in this round up. While you are thinking about summer, check out this round up, 25 Crochet Hat Patterns For Summer.

Thanks so much for visiting and your continued support! Come again real soon.

This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Petra

    Are all 30 patterns represented in the images on this page?, or is there somewhere I can see all 30 patterns featured in the bundle? It is hard to determine if the bundle vs individual patterns is the most cost effective way to go.


    1. Hi Petra,
      If you click on the bundle button to view the bundle page, it shows all the patterns available. It would depend on how many patterns you were interested in making. Over half or more, the bundle would be cost effective.

      1. Stephanie


        I checked the bundle button but it simply takes me to a thrive cart with a couple pictures of the patterns. Is there a place where there is a list of patterns names included in the bundle, by any chance?

        1. Hi Stephanie,

          I have updated both the blog post and the bundle sales page with a list of all 30 pattern names. Hope that helps!

        2. Holly Smith

          If I purchase the bundle, does each pattern get added to my Ravelry library or is it one big download?

          1. Hi Holly,
            The bundle is actually housed in a google drive folder. Once you purchase, you will be given the link to that folder. From there you will be able to download and/or print each pattern. The link never expires so you can do that at your leisure.

  2. Kristi

    I’ve got the same inquiry. I see a list of pattern names but not a set of photos that represents 30 different patterns (I count about 24 and some are hard to see because they are in a collage).

    I, too, am trying to decide if the bundle is worthwhile for me or if I may only want a few patterns, individually.

    Where can we see a complete “list” of photos of all the patterns, identifying them by name?

    Thank you.

    1. Hi Kristi,
      Thank you for your interest in the bundle. The bundle sales page includes collages with photos of all 30 designs. I’ve now also included a list of pattern name by designer on the sales page as well.

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