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7 Beach-Worthy Summer Crochet Patterns That Work Up Fast!

Many crocheters abandon their yarn and hooks during the summer, saving the crochet for cooler weather. But there are plenty of summer-friendly projects out there that are not just quick but also great for a day at the beach.

Crochet Patterns for the BeachYarn and sand don't seem like a good match at first, but if you use the right kind of yarn (washable!) then your favorite crochet stitches will fit right in. Hit the beach in style with these sun- and sand-friendly summer crochet patterns.

Summer Squares Beach Tote FREE Crochet Pattern

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FREE Summer Squares Beach Tote

A sturdy tote is invaluable when you're hitting the beach. This one has an open square stitch that lets you easily find what you need while also allow wet items like towels and swimsuits to breathe.

Get the FREE Summer Squares Beach Tote pattern here.

  'Chasing Chevrons' Yarn & Beach Bag Crochet Pattern

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Chasing Chevrons Yarn and Beach Bag

Dig out those easy-to-wash scrap yarns and arrange a palette that is perfect for these trendy chevrons. Leave the wool out of this project; you'll want to use a cotton, acrylic or linen that is easy to care for since you'll be washing sand and sunscreen out of it.

Get the Chasing Chevrons Yarn and Beach Bag pattern here.

Surf City Beach Blanket Crochet Pattern

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Surf City Beach Blanket

Put just the right amount of cushion between you and the sand. You'll have no problems spotting this brightly-colored beach blanket even from far away. This particular sample pictured above uses nine different colors, but if you're using scraps for the project you can work with what you already have on hand.

Get the Surf City Beach Blanket pattern here.

Beach Bandanna Crochet Pattern

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Beach Bandanna

Protect your hair from wind, sun, and from getting stuck to the sunscreen on your face! This bandanna can be sized for both adults and children. The project doesn't require much yarn; you could crochet a couple of different bandannas using just one skein.

Get the Beach Bandanna pattern here.

Ursula Swimsuit Coverup Crochet Pattern

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Ursula Swimsuit Cover-up

You won't find a swimsuit cover-up like this one in any store. The open stitches let you breathe while still giving you some coverage. The pattern is repetitive, so it works up very quickly.

Get the Ursula Swimsuit Cover-up pattern here.

Maui Beach Sunhat Ensemble Crochet Pattern

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Maui Beach Sunhat Ensemble

Keeping the sun out of your eyes and off your shoulders is a must for a day at the beach. The brim is wide enough to keep the sun off your shoulders a bit, too. You'll also get a pattern for a sash and a hair clip. Wear each one alone or combine them in different ways.

Get the Maui Beach Sunhat Ensemble pattern here.

Beach Skirt/Poncho FREE Crochet Pattern

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Beach Skirt/Poncho

Sometimes you need a happy medium between your swimsuit and a cover-up. This project can be either a skirt or a poncho depending on what part of your body needs the most coverage. The pattern uses just single and double crochet stitches, so even beginners will breeze right through. 

Get the FREE Beach/Skirt Poncho pattern here.

What kinds of summer crochet patterns have you worked up for the beach?

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One Comment

Daisychain

Wow…I see so many things I would like to make and will be making soon. Great inspiration! I have crocheted my own string bikinis and made dozens of beachy items for over 30 years…carry all shopping/beach bags similar to the squares one shown, and love the chevron one and hat to match!! Ponchos and blankets, baby items too. It gives me such pleasure to create one of kind items for family and friends and to see them enjoy them and use them. I have seen many a “by hand” created item donated in thrift stores and am pleased to think my gifts are used and enjoyed by the recipients.

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