Summer Lovin' Crochet Vest

Summer Lovin' Crochet Vest
Summer Lovin Crochet Vest

"This is a top down crochet lace vest that combines several easy, beginner stitches to create a casual vest that you can wear with anything. It has a bohemian flair but is super functional and therefore can be accessorized with many styles. The construction style of the yoke is raglan shaping, and the entire vest is worked in one piece! Edging is added at the end, using spaces made by stitches at row-ends."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge5 shells / 9 rows = 4" after blocking

Finished Size38 (40, 44, 49, 54)" bust circumference

Materials List

  • 2 (2, 3, 3, 4) Be So Fine Yarn
  • G/6 (4mm) crochet hook

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Hi Bekka, thanks for letting us know! I have updated the link and you should now be able to see the pattern. I'm sorry for the inconvenience! - Laura, editor of AllFreeCrochet

This summer lovin crochet vest would be perfect as a cover up. Now that the weather has turned cooler I still think you can get some wear out of this. Worn over a long sleeve shirt or sweater would be one way. It could also be worn over a sweater dress. I love the color used because it can transcend into the cooler months.

This is so groovy. I like the airiness of the vest, I like the tunic style and I like the color used in the original vest. I remember my grandma and my mom with this type of outfit. I love it!!

I am happy to see this super cool boho vest in a 54" bust. Too many times, larger gals are kind of forgotten about. You could find something similar to this in stores, but isn't it much more fun to make one for yourself? This vest is a little more involved than I would normally choose. So this would be a great accomplishment for me to actually finish!

Hi. Where has the "save" button gone?

Hi Sandi, The save button is now the "+" button - you can hover over all the buttons below the pattern and link to the blog to see what they mean as well! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

What you refer to as a summer vest, we here in Florida, call year around clothes. I was lucky and Irma only cost me a freezer load of food. Others lost a lot more. My friends daughter lost clothes and I am trying to help replace some. This will help. Thank you.

Wow. This is a very pretty vest and the instructions are very detailed and should be very easy to follow if I decide to make one of these beauties. I cant afford the yarns that she sells but I would try to find an equivalent yarn that costs less money. I am sure there are several that could do the same.


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