New and Different Colors Crochet Bikini Pattern Images for 2019
The Basic Bikini Crochet Pattern
THE BASIC BIKINI is an easy and delicate bikini that can be crocheted in any size you need and according to your measurements. This way the yardage can range from 1 to 2 skeins for larger sizes.
First the cups are worked, then the straps are worked to join both cups in the center. The band is then attached and crocheted. Strings are attached by working an I-Chord.
Work a marker for the stitch pattern before starting your project.
Sunday Bikini Bottom Crochet Pattern
Your summer experience won’t be complete without showing off some skin and getting those tan lines!
The Easy Like Sunday bikini bottom is crocheted with a fingering yarn, so the result is a lightweight, summer-friendly garment that’s great for hot temperatures.
This gorgeous bikini bottoms pattern is as easy as your typical Sunday routine. By the time you make one of these, you will definitely want to make more with different colors!
Ariel Bikini Top Crochet Pattern
The Ariel Bikini Top is easy in difficulty and it fits sizes S & M.
The triangles measure: 17.5cm (6.9”) center down and 17 cm (6.7”) at the widest point across.
Yarn: 30 grams of sport yarn
The pattern is on my blog – click the link.
Muy Caliente Bikini Top Crochet Pattern
This project is great for those of you who are just starting to make mugs for crochet summer tops. It’s an easy and simple design and also very quick to make!
Basically you will just make two pieces of your cups where the straps are attached, you will sew the two pieces together and that’s it!
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner +
US Crochet standard terms
You will need:
• # 1 Fingering Thread (Superfine)
• Crochet hook size C (3.0 mm)
• Scissors and needle for tapestry
Basic Bralette Crochet Pattern
When I imagined this little design, I had some specific needs in mind: that it was a simple “base” motif from which many variations could be made, as well as being easily customizable for many sizes and, last but not least, comfortable! After a few experiments, the model for the Basic Bralette was born.
I chose round triangle cups for both the look and the ease of adjusting their size, as well as a band through which the cross thread binds so there is no pressure on the neck as with traditional strap laces. in bikini style.
Also, I added a touch of shoulder pads along the inner cups, because TRENDY. Say hello to your next cute and comfy summer crochet project!
Now, there is some math involved, fair warning. However, if you’re confused about gauge and measurements, I’m here to help you – or just to do it, and use the old “hold it against yourself periodically while you work” method.