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Patterns beach crochet feature - LoveCrochet blog

Published on July 8th, 2016 | by Merion

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We love beach crochet!

Crochet feels like it’s made for the beach! Here are five fabulous beach patterns to enjoy –  from bags to sandals and tank tops.

 

1. Beach Treasures Shawl by Helgatee

A gorgeous shawl to throw over your shoulders when the sun gets too strong, we love the cute seashore motifs on Helgatee’s Beach Treasures shawl. Make it up in your favourite cotton yarn!

beach crochet: Beach Treasures by Helgatee on the LoveCrochet blog

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2. Baby Beach Sandals by Bina Alper

These darling little sandals are perfect for little feet on the beach. The pattern includes sizes from 0-6 to 18-24 months, and you can customise them to add non-slip soles and butterflies or buttons.

beach crochet: Baby Beach Sandals by Bina Alper on the LoveCrochet blog

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3. Summer Beach Skirt by Accessorise

Make this little short and sassy beach skirt cover up for when you’re running up to the beach bar or strolling in the sunshine! In two sizes, S/M and L/XL, you’ll need some 4ply yarn in your favourite cotton.

beach crochet: Summer Beach Skirt cover up by Accessorise on the LoveCrochet blog

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4. Wavy Stripes Crochet Bag by Evelyn Siatra

You’ll need a beach bag to stow away all your beach essentials and we love this gentle stripe, a gorgeous echo of the waves!

beach crochet: Wavy Stripes Crochet Bag by Evelyn Siatra on the LoveCrochet blog

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5. To Be Free Tank by Two of Wands

Day to evening beachwear! We love this pretty crochet tank top, with its flattering skater skirt edging and deep V neck.

beach crochet: To be Free tank by Two of Wands on the LoveCrochet blog

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If you’re heading overseas for your beach time, and travelling by plane, don’t forget to check with your airline carrier regarding their policy for taking hook on planes. Most airlines are happy for you to take your crochet hooks, but be prepared that they may refuse. Wooden or plastic hooks are a safer bet!

Check out our selection of free video tutorials here.

 

 


About the Author

Merion dreams in colour and adores crochet! From glorious granny blankets to ethereal shawls and lace cardies, she's never very far from her hooks! She loves cake, knitting, heavy horses, books and Mozart. Her favourite colour is duck egg blue.




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