Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing collections of free summer crochet patterns to help you prepare for the beginning of summer.
I love summer this is my favorite season and I am always excited to go to my first lake or swim in the sea. For me, this is the beginning of summer.
This week’s collection for crochet bikini tops. I’m dying to make my own bikini! But I’m not one of the sunbathers on the beach in summer, so I have to get into the water. So, I was always worried about how to save water on top of a bikini. So I did a lot of searching on Google and I have some tips on how to make my own bikini ball save water:
Use mercerized cotton (you can find it): Obviously, this cotton has a small stretch to make it comfortable, but still tough enough to use in water.
Handle light threads carefully. Some light threads (especially light ones) will pass through the water.
If the Bikini Cup looks very sacred, use a smaller hook. The dots will be in the water, so make it very tight to avoid surprises.
Try bikini first in the shower. You can see it if it gets too heavy or extends to too much water.
If the bikini doesn’t work in the upper water, think about making it longer and turning it into a superior country house.
Yarn: Sugar & Cream or Peaches & Creme Cotton Yarn
I’ve put off making these because I always get so intimidated by them and also, I don’t particular like working with things that require me to make tight stitches. It’s hard on my hands and especially since I use smaller hooks. This Bikini is for a size small. Adjust your chain stitches for larger cups