The Top Crochet Tops Collection: 7 Tees and Tanks
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These tops are tops! Learn how to make crochet tops in all sorts of shapes, sizes and styles. Crochet your way through all 7 patterns and you’ll have new crochet tops for every season. If you’re looking for easy crochet top patterns for beginners, try the Sea Isle tunic or the Vivid Coral Reef Top.

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Crochet motifs are a really fun way of creating fabric—especially when they are joined as you go. Changing hook sizes is an easy way to create shaping with smaller motifs at the waist, and larger, looser ones at the hips. Make this top as shown or customize the length into an airy summer dress! Read More 


Turn a simple tunic into a unique work of art with gorgeous floral hexagon motifs at the neckline and side slits at hem. Using cotton thread, this tunic is lightweight and comfortable for summer evenings. Read More 


Bright and peppy, this vivid top is the essential summer top. Made of three color sections in a fun colorblocked style, this design features a simple stitch pattern and is easy to work up. Read More 


Crochet an easy vest pattern in one piece with a shawl collar, textured stitch, and button closure. Pair this textured vest with a long sleeved or short sleeved shirt depending on how warm it will be on Valentine’s day! Read More 


Postcard from Spring T-shirt

Granny squares are quick to make and always add a dash of fashion to your spring wardrobe. This simple tee is designed so that each color is a slight variation on the traditional granny and its join-as-you-go technique ensures there is not a lot of sewing up to do at the end. Read More 


This loose-fit tunic top is the perfect springtime tee, great for a sunny walk on the beach or out with friends. This piece can also carry over into the warmer summer months as a swimsuit coverup. Read More 


Make a pretty top even more feminine with this easy-to-crochet flower chain addition. Adding your own touch to basic summer tanks has never been easier! Create each motif in minutes, and then join each one together as you work the edgings. Read More