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8 Crochet Projects for Warm Weather

Stitching with yarn seems to be more suited for the cold-weather months, but you can create several fashionable, airy and comfortable crochet projects for warm-weather climates or cooler evenings out during the summer as well. Don’t let warm weather spoil a great crochet project as you tackle these eight awesome designs.

Open-Air Tunic

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An open-air tunic made from hairpin lace creates a cover to wear to and from the beach during your summer afternoon outings. Match the colors of your favorite swimsuit to complete the look.

Boho Circle Vest

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If you have more time on your hands, a Bohemian circle vest, inspired by Stevie Nicks from the 1960s, creates a colorful look from head to toe. This statement piece goes with any wardrobe selection as a cover for cool nights, outdoor concerts at sunset or walks to the park at dusk.

Lover’s/Solomon’s Knot Wrap-Tie

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Complement your outfit with an open-air crochet pattern that creates a cover that wraps around your midriff in a large knot. The name comes from the Solomon’s knots that join pieces of yarn throughout the open design.

Airy Tops

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Plenty of airy tops feature sleeveless blouses, spaghetti strap designs and form-fitting tunics that complement several outfits while providing an extra layer of cover.

Headband

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A headband comes in handy as a way to keep your hair up during hot days. This skinny headband with a flower or shell design makes a fashionable accessory for your afternoons out in the sun.

Tank Top

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A knitted tank top takes a little extra effort, but it’s worth it when you realize this handmade beauty works as a main garment rather than just something to cover with on cool days. This tank top works on extra-hot days as well, whether you’re running errands or spending an afternoon in the garden.

Mesh Blouse

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A mesh blouse may look complicated, but it’s really quite simple when you look at the single strands of yarn joined together in circular patterns. All you need is a small crochet hook, one color of yarn and simple crochet stitches to have an excellent cover for beginners.

Bandana Cowl

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This bandana cowl helps keep your neck warm on cooler days, while the berry clusters give the garment a harvest feel for nights out in September or early October.

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