For the longest time, I always thought crocheting things like cardigans and sweaters would forever be outside of my skillset. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth! Sure, there are more complicated patterns out there that are better suited for the advanced crocheters, but there are also a ton of easy to follow patterns that even beginners can do! Go ahead and check out our list of the cutest and easiest crochet clothing items!
Isn’t this maxi skirt just gorgeous? I love the colors, the lacy pattern, and everything else about this adorable skirt! Have you ever crocheted a skirt before? I’ve worked on cardigans and wraps, but never a skirt. It’s actually surprisingly easy, and as with most crochet projects, you’ll never know how fun it is until you try! Get the full pattern and tutorial here!
This pattern is so simple. It’s the perfect first wearable pattern if you’ve never made one before. The back is simply rows of double crochet. That’s it! Then, you’ll work on the front panel, which is actually attached to the back. Really, this pattern is so easy to work and to understand. Go ahead and see how easy it is by checking out the tutorial here!
V Neck Top
Not only does this use lightweight yarn that is easy to work with, but the mesh pattern is breathable and creates a lovely texture in the final product. The best part is, this really is so easy to work up! If you’re like me, you may be hesitant to jump right into crocheting a fitted garment, but this video tutorial from Moogly blog takes all the guesswork out of it!
Denim Crochet Cardi
This cardigan is mainly made up of half double and double crochets. If you know how to do those two stitches, then you can absolutely make this adorable piece of clothing! It is worked in on main piece – starting with the back – and then the sleeves are added on at the end. This pattern is so easy to work with. You’ll start by crocheting 50 rows of half double crochet. Get the rest of the pattern here!
Isn’t this the comfiest cardigan you ever did see? I love everything about this project! I cannot wait to curl up by the fire with this comfy cardigan! This pattern may look advanced, but believe me when I say that anyone can do this! The base of this pattern is a crochet rectangle. You’ll fold the rectangle in half, and then stitch partially up the sides, before opening up. Then, you’ll add a few inches of length to the bottom. The finishing touches are a collar and sleeves. Get the full tutorial right here!
Sea Glass Wrap
What’s not to love about this sea glass cardi? This is the perfect accessory for those long, hot summer days! I love that this can be used as a wrap for the pool or beach, or you can drape it over your favorite outfit for a splash of color! The best part is, this pattern is so easy! If you know how to double crochet and chain stitch, you have everything you need to make this cardi. Get the full tutorial here!
I just love the elegant flow of this blouse, and I especially love how easy this pattern is, and easy to adjust sizes too! Simply crochet four granny squares to your desired dimensions, sew together 2/3 of the up the edges, leaving the last 1/3 open in the center. Then add straps to each corner and you’re done! Get the pattern here!
It is really no wonder why we all love the summer months so much, but for those of us who love to crochet, working on a project that leaves us sitting under an afghan is definitely not ideal during those hot summer months. As such, we have been on the hunt for more summer inspired projects that we can do. Enter these super stylish crochet tank tops from The Crochet Crowd! Not only are they fun to make (and will not leave you sweating under an afghan), but they will be perfect to wear to the beach or pool on those hot summer days! Get the tutorial here!