Best Crochet Bikini Bottom and Upper Models 2021

Hey guys. So the hot air finally enters my world here in good old Kansas. And it makes me happy to make beautiful summer clothes! I came up with the idea to create a swimsuit cover and recently saw so many inspiring crochet covers here that I thought I’d make a list of free crochet patterns for some charming enchanting tops.

I think I’ll be creating my own swimsuit this summer, but there is one thing I should consider. In combination with a good primer. It was always beautiful. So let’s see how it goes.

I put this template first because it’s good. I think it might be my favorite. I saw it and didn’t think! I am grateful to the person who made this template! It even comes with a sample for backgrounds!

The little lace design in the background drew me into this. I think even the color they use is perfect!

Mini Bikini

 

Materials

Yarn: Any worsted weight cotton yarn. 2 colors.
Gauge: 16 st. to 4 inch
Hook: 6/0 in Japan size (I’m not so sure how that works out in US size though. It measures about 3mm)
Needle: US no. 5
It’s sized for a six month old baby. To make it bigger use bigger yarn and hook/needle and add a few st to the cast on for the bottom, dec to only maybe 15 st and inc until it covers your babe’s but. It’s knitted flat so you can try it on as you go along.)

We are going to the beach this month and I wanted to do something to wear for Mari while lounging by the pool. I had some cotton thread left, so I decided to make it a tiny bikini. This sassy little trick features and triangular granny square top and flexible knit bottoms. Ideal for lounging on the beach or nursing by the pool.

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High-Cut Bikini Bottom

 

Materials:

Size 10 cotton crochet thread
Size 9 steel crochet hook
Size 8 seed beads
optional – lining fabric and matching quilting thread (You need a thread that won’t break.)

I used to make this bottom for a lot of the bathing suits I sold. It was always a popular cut. Most crocheted bathing suit bottoms don’t fit right, but this design fits close. All you need to do, when you put it on, is pull the ties tight up near your hip bone, and Wow! You have yourself a great bathing suit bottom. If you use cotton crochet thread you can wear this in the water, run, jump, whatever. It lasts, and it doesn’t soak up with water. You can line this with any light weight stretchable fabric. I always use lycra or nylon. Use this pattern to go with your favorite crocheted bathing suit top, and you’ll look great on the beach.

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Sand Dollar Bikini Top

 

Materials

Size D (3mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.
Yarn needle for finishing
DK weight yarn. Yardage depends on size.
Small amount of fabric for lining. Spandex swim fabric recommended. Anything stretchy will work though.
Basic sewing supplies

I’ve been teasing you guys with this pattern for months! It’s about time I finally post it, right? I made several of these while I experimented and tried to make them fit well and I’m so happy with the result and so happy to finally be sharing this pattern with you! I really hope you have fun with it and I look forward to seeing what everyone does with it!

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Bikini Top

 

Supplies:

Yarn: Sugar & Cream or Peaches & Creme Cotton Yarn
4mm hook
Scissoros
Yarn Needle

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

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Diamond Mesh Cheeky Bikini Bottoms

 

Supplies:

Size: Extra Small, Small, Medium & Large
Hook size: J
Yarn: Bernat Maker Home Dec (Aqua) Yarn Weight: 4
*I recommend washing the finished product in a laundry bag, on delicate cycle with a gentle detergent! The yarn becomes much more flexible making for a more comfortable fit.*

I recommend washing the finished product in a laundry bag, on delicate cycle with a gentle detergent! The yarn becomes much more flexible making for a more comfortable fit.

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Sea Mist Bikini Top

 

Materials:

Crochet thread- size 3 OR fingering weight yarn (white,teal)
-(Aunt Lydia crochet cotton/ DMC Crochet cotton) OR KnitPicks Comfy fingering yarn
Crochet hook- 3mm
Notes:
A small is usually 7 rounds, medium is 8-9 and a large is 10-11
This pattern is for a medium of 9 rounds, so based on the pattern, you can adjust the stitches to suit.

Inspired by the scent of the sea, I created this simple pattern. Inhaling sea mist brings about a sort of tranquility that you can only get from that salty air. There’s no feeling quite like it. The sea is healing. It’s the heartbeat of the earth and when it touches you, you know you are alive.

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Lace Up Bandeau Bikini Top

 

Materials recommended:

Fingering yarn (size 2, super fine)
a 3mm hook
Beads (optional) and tapestry needle.

This one-piece has everything that you want from a good swimsuit: The design is cute for people of different sizes, with an openwork floral pattern in the center and a tighter  stitch pattern for the top and bottom. Lining is recommended to enhance the functionality and wearability of this swimsuit.

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American Striped Bikini

 

MATERIALS:

4 skeins of Lily Sugar ‘N Cream – American Stripes
H/5mm crochet hook
darning needle
tape measure
stitch markers
scissors

Summer is finally here!
The sun is shining and it is hot!

The perfect weather to wear this free crochet bikini pattern to the beach.

This free crochet bikini pattern is an intermediate pattern using basic single crochet, slip stitches and sc2tog decreases.

This pattern also decreases using a slip stitch -ss. There are photos showing how to do this below.

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BEACH GIRL COVER UP

 

MATERIALS

Red Heart® It’s a Wrap Rainbow™ (5.29 oz/150 g; 623 yds/570 m)
Sizes 2 4 6 8 yrs
Fiesta (9329)
Size U.S. G/6 (4 mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.
Stitch markers.

Crochet a rainbow-colored cover up to wear over a bathing suit for fun days at the beach or pool. She’ll want to wear at as a poncho or tunic, as well! This easy-to-fit pattern is written for 2 to 8 year sizes.

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SOUTH BEACH COVER UP

 

MATERIALS

Finished Bust: 36 (41, 46)”.
Finished Length: 31¼ (33, 34¾)”.
STITCH NATION by Debbie Stoller™ “Bamboo Ewe™”:
4 (5, 6) balls 5230 Buttercup.
Crochet Hooks: 6mm [US J-10] and 6.5mm [US K-10½]
Yarn needle
GAUGE: With smaller hook, 12 sts and 4 rows dc = 4”; 1 rows dc
and 1 row tr = 1¾”. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook
to obtain the gauge.

Stitch Nation signed by Debbie Stoller Bamboo Ewe is the thread of this model. The sunny style is great fun to crochet so do it as shown or imagine a different thread for your project. Show it off with your bathing suit, t-shirt, tank and shorts, and more!

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BEACHY COVER-UP

 

What you will need:

RED HEART® Fashion Crochet
size 3™: 11 (13, 15) balls 201
White
Susan Bates® Crochet Hook:
4mm [US G-6]
Yarn needle
GAUGE: 20 sts = 4″ (10 cm);
8 rows = 4″ (10 cm) in double
crochet before blocking.
CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use
any size hook to obtain the
gauge given.

This cute crochet cover-up is just the thing for a day at the beach, or pair it with shorts and a tank top for a fun everyday look. Red Heart Fashion Crochet is perfect in white as shown, or select a more vibrant shade that matches your beachwear. It’s so pretty, we think you’ll craft more than one of this summertime essential.

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Simple Crochet Bikini Top

 

Materials:

3.75mm Crochet Hook
100-250 Yards Medium (4) 100% Cotton yarn
Scissors
Yarn Needle

Today, we’ll be working up this simple bikini top! I recommend using a cotton yarn whenever working up any project that may get wet (dishcloths for example) do to the fact cotton is an extremely durable and breathable fiber.

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Crochet Shells & Squares Coverup

Materials:

Crochet Thread: 6 (8, 10) balls in White (I used this one)
4mm Crochet Hook
Gauge:
20 sts = 4″ (10 cm); 8 rows = 4″ (10 cm) in double crochet before blocking.

I finally made something for myself and it is so so so so worth it. Using crochet thread takes a bit of getting used to but the result is a very unique look that looks like it has a designer spin to it. Try it out and let me know how you like it!

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The Pineapple Monokini

Materials:

3 balls of cotton comfort color 16 (cascade fixation and elann esprit are also substitutable but may require more balls and gauge adjustment)
C crochet hook
1 removable stitch marker
small scraps of cotton material to line cups and crotch (optional)

There’s a size that fits most, a tie at the ribcage and at the top of the barbell so it’s adjustable and there’s a part at the bottom that can be easily adjusted to be a little bigger or smaller if needed, and I’ll talk about where to set this for the individual at that point. This is done in one seamless piece to be sewn! arrow!

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Easy Crochet Pattern for Halter Bikini

 

Materials You Will Need

Crochet Hook: I used a 5mm Clover Brand Hook. If you use a lighter weighted yarn you’ll want to use the hook size suggested for that yarn.
Tapestry Needle: This is a yarn needle to weave in your ends.
Scissors: to cut your yarn. The scissors below are the ones I use and keep in my crafting bag. They are super sharp and compact enough to carry with me and my projects!

I needed a new crochet top for the Faster Horses music festival coming up this weekend here in Michigan. As I sat by my friends pool I began to make this Peek-a-boo Halter crochet top. It turned out even better than I expected and I’m excited to show it off at the music festival this weekend.

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Red Crochet Halter Bikini Top

 

Materials Needed:

Stainless Hook: 00 / 3.50 MM
Thread: Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread Fashion #3; Scarlett; 170 yds

This top is easily modified according to your body size by adding chains in string instructions multiples of 4sts, according to your cup size by adding rows repeat.

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Bralette and Lace Bikini Crochet Pattern

 

Materials:

Willow Yarns Ripples in the color Friendship
3.00mm crochet hook (or 3.50mm crochet hook) The smaller, the better!!
Yarn Needle
Scissors
Thread
Sewing Needles
Lining Fabric

This summer heatwave has me and many others longing for the beach! For that reason, I have gotten a lot of requests for a swimsuit crochet video tutorial. Here is my Sassy Summer Bikini hot off the hook!! This full coverage two-piece suit can be made to fit any size!

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Yellow Bikini Crochet Pattern

 

Materials

Size: Bust (inch)
XS = 31″-32″
S = 33″-34″
M = 35″-36″
L = 37″-38″
XL = 39″-40″
XXL = 41″-42″
Yarn:
Cotton acrylic/ blended yarn, (light worsted/DK weight).
Approximately (70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120) grams.
Hook:
4.0 mm or any size needed to obtain gauge.
Gauge:
4 rows of 10 sc = 2.0” x 1.0” inches.

Have you tried to make the bikini bottom?
If yes then you won’t have much problem making this top because the pattern is pretty much the same you only need to know how to do the increase and decrease.

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Breezy Swim Cover

 

What you’ll need:

worsted weight cotton yarn (see sizing for yardage, I used Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Cotton! yarn in color “Warm Blush” *linked here*, this is a great yarn for this project, incredibly soft and lightweight)
i hook (5.5 mm), or hook needed to obtain gauge
yarn needle
measuring tape

Since this piece is so simple, it’s incredibly easy to customize. You can make it shorter or longer depending on your height, or even add or take away rows if you’d like a customized size. You could even add some fringe or little tassels along the bottom for more of a “boho” feel. 🙂 I hope you get to make one of these this summer, you’ll be looking cyuuuutte in it, I’ll tell ya that!!

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Crochet a Summer Swim Wrap

 

Materials

8.00mm crochet hook
3 skeins Bernat Maker Home Dec yarn in color Aqua
Scissors
Yarn needle

That’s enough for the new house [for now :)], let’s get to why you’re actually here… crochet pattern! Today’s pattern is the Sunset Beach Wrap Crochet Pattern. This pattern is my first project using Bernat Maker Home Dec yarn, which I believe is pretty much a t-shirt thread, or at least felt that way. I really enjoyed working with this thread and I think you would too!

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