Learn how to crochet these Top 4 Crochet Summer Crop Top Patterns. These free crochet crop top patterns are also accompanied by a video tutorials. It’s hot summer so far, so it’s the perfect time crochet a little summer top to keep cool. These fun little tops are very trendy right now. Crochet crop tops are always in trend. It is my favorite kind of crochet projects. I really love to design the patterns and crochet them. See our crocheted top guide to pick out something for yourself. Remember that each Crochet Summer Crop Top Patterns can be crocheted to a longer length and transformed to a halter top or sleeveless top. It’s not too late to start the Summer crocheting, when many of us ladies go to the beach for relaxation.
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- Crop Halter Leaves Top – Today we will learn how to crochet two types of leaves and make this charming crop top.
2. Halter Heart Crop Top – Today we will learn how to crochet a halter top with this square because of summertime! But you can use it for many other crochet projects such as shawls, scarfs, blankets or dresses.
3. Crop Boho Top – It’s a perfect and unusual pattern for any crochet skirt bottoms, tops or tablecloths. I hope you enjoy this edge as the previous one.
4. Crop Top Lace Edge – Today we will add a lace edge to the bottom of the top. You even could make a dress using this pattern, just repeat the second round as many times as you need.
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