How to Crochet: The Sassy Summer Bikini


How to Crochet: The Sassy Summer Bikini

How to Crochet The Sassy Summer Bikini
How to Crochet The Sassy Summer Bikini

When swimsuit season hits, you want your beach or pool style to stand out. This bikini crochet pattern will be exactly what you are looking for to keep you comfortable and feeling stylish while you soak up some sun or swim some laps. How to Crochet: The Sassy Summer Bikini features a full crochet video tutorial that will make sure you can tackle this DIY swimsuit, so don't be intimidated if you have never worked up clothing before. The free crochet bikini pattern features a high-waisted design that is very in style right now, and the tropical rainbow yarn fits with the fun and flirty vibe that is a must-have for a sassy swimmer.


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeYou can make this bikini in any size just by continuing or stopping your increases and making the straps/strings longer or shorter.

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn (sample shows Willow Yarns Ripples in the color Friendship)
  • 3.00 or 3.50 mm crochet hook (the smaller, the better!)
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors
  • Thread
  • Sewing Needles
  • Lining Fabric

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I know a couple of twins that would look great in a sassy summer bikini like this. I am not a fan of the color selection but I am sure I can find a shade that they will adore. I keep telling them I will make them something and with my limited time, I know I can get this done quickly and just in the nick of time for summer beach parties.

I can only remember my first bikini from the pictures. This is just outstanding. The cost of beach wear can be ridiculous and this would be a way to offset the cost. Making a couple of these in coordinating colors, you will not have to go the the beach in the same suit twice this year.

Right now, I am on a binge of crocheting bikinis of all types. I guess living in Florida near the ocean has motivated me to do that because I see so many different styles of bikinis every day. I actually saw someone on Instagram that had made this exact bikini already and she has been successful at selling them on her site.

I am a little bit leery of crocheted bathing suits. I always worry they will stretch out of shape and leave me exposed. Has anyone here actually made this yet and tested it in the water? How did it work out? Is it safe, or did it sag and leave you exposed?

Swimsuit season is upon us. Actually swimsuit season is year round here in SoFlo. I have never crocheted a swimsuit before, but I have seen lots of girls wearing crochet suits and see them for sale in most of the shops along the beach. This one is cute and I want to try it.

For ages I have been looking for a really good bikini pattern so thank you very much for this pattern! Even though we are definitely moving into winter here in South Africa I am going to make one now just to see the sizing and how the pattern works so that I will be ready to go as soon as the weather starts to warm up towards October, lol!

I love this How to Crochet The Sassy Summer Bikini! It is so sassy looking with the yarn color. I have to find this Willow Yarns Ripples in the color Friendship, because the colors are great for this bikini.. The pattern is very well written and has videos for the ones who need help. I'll be wearing this next summer for sure. Thank you so much for this free beautiful crochet pattern.

What a trendy bikini! I really like how colorful it is. The classic design is also really flattering.


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