How to Make Summer Breeze Crochet Dress New 2021

Hello friends!

One of the greatest joys of running a blog is meeting beautiful people, including other bloggers in the readers’ world. I can really say that I made friends on the internet

Here, there is an endless source of inspiration in the Internet world. It is full of talented artists who share their projects, patterns and knowledge about crochet and knitting. Today I want to share a few sites with free crochet schemes so you’ll never be left without a project again. What I really like is it’s obvious that there are so many different styles and designs. A blogger wants to make patterns for crochet, the next blog makes baby items and even clothes for puppies! Everyone knows that you can always find my free crochet diagrams and crochet diagrams for free here on my blog or you can go to one of these other sites to find even more joy threads! Today’s blog post focuses on blogging about crochet, although there are some great blogs you can knit online. If you have a blog with free patterns (dots or crochet), please feel free to leave your link in the comments section. If I missed someone, let me know! Let’s make this list even bigger in the comments section. 🙂


Summer Love


Size: S – M – L – XL – XXL – XXXL
Finished measurements:
Bust: 80-88-96-106-120-130 cm /
31½”-34 5/8”-37¾”-41¾”-47¼”-51”
Full length: 82-84-86-88-90-92 cm /
32¼”-33”-33 7/8”-34 5/8”-35½”-36¼”


DROPS BOMULL-LIN from Garnstudio
400-450-450-500-550-600 g color no 01, white

DROPS CIRCULAR NEEDLE size 6 mm / US 10 (80 cm / 32”) – or size needed to get 15 sts x 19 rows in stockinette st = 10 x 10 cm / 4” x 4”.
DROPS CIRCULAR NEEDLE size 5 mm / US 8 (80 cm / 32”) – for garter st.

In everyday life I’m actually a dress wearer 90% of the time so I’ve been dreaming about a summer crochet dress for ages! However, I had so many ideas and designs in my head I couldn’t settle on any. Did I want a lacy mesh style dress or one with sleeves? Did I want the dress to be fitted or a maxi dress? Sometimes having too many ideas isn’t a good thing.

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