Anyone feeling the heat (and humidity)? It’s practically swamp-like in the northeast, which means it’s a great time to chill by the pool or at the beach with a summer crochet project. Our sculptural and openwork sister craft lends itself well to finer yarns and plant-based fibers making it the ideal summer craft. We’ve been following the #crochetsummer2019 and loving the gorgeous, colorful, and unexpected crochet creations you’ve made this summer!
We think it’s time for a mid-summer #crochetsummer2019 project round up! Let’s see what you’ve been up to so far. ☀️😎🌴
J. Riley hooked up this super cute and colorful bikini top just in time for a trip to the beach. We don’t know what’s more impressive—the bikini top or what appears to be crochet chandelier earrings?!
Tammy & Shannon of @topsyturvy_crochet made this rainbow halter that looks perfectly at home in a tropical paradise. Check out the rainbow fringe at the bottom!
Sometimes there is no substitute for good old cotton crochet thread and a granny square motif. @vivichic_crochet’s close up on her stitches shows off the timeless simplicity of crochet.
Siyana made this spectacular bracelet with a few sparkling adornments to complement its flowering structure. We’re in awe. Where can we get one?
Betsy Sennott’s swatch in Perennial’s pineapple color way sure looks sweet for a crocheted shawl! Perennial’s fine light fingering weight gauge is perfect for a summer shawl or top. We’re waiting for Betsy to reveal her finished project soon.
That’s it for now on #crochetsummer2019, but there is still lots of summer left, so keep on stitching. We’ll be watching and hooking up our own projects, too!
Don’t forget to use the hashtag #crochetsummer2019 and, if you feel so inclined, tag us @kelbournewoolens.
Happy Crochet Summer!