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10 Best Summer Tunics Free Crochet Patterns

Let’s wear tunics!

Overall, summer tunics are the perfect garment for that casual, yet stylish look. Although they are also a simple project to make, they leave a lot of room to experiment. Thus, you can make them as complicated as you wish, or as simple and unconvolved as you care to. Moreover, since they can also be made very elegant, they will match an outfit for a night on the town or a nice family dinner as well. Here are some patterns for the summer tunics to inspire you to crochet your own. Therefore, you should take a close look and examine them to see which ones are you and to enjoy some extra fun crocheting time, and excellent accessorizing.

1. Vanier V Neck Tunic

To start the collection of summer tunics, it’s important to choose one that’s both easy and attractive. To this end, this V-neck beauty is an oversized, casual showpiece. Not only can you adjust the size, but the thickness of the texture as well.

Designer: Jennifer Ozses

Vanier V neck tunic

The full article about this pattern is here:

Vanier V-NeckTunic

more detalis about project photographed also here.

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2. Kanata Kerchief Tank

While the summer tunics are tunic-like, they can also go out on a creative limb. Thus, this beautiful tank is also a light and airy tunic for the summer. Moreover, the basic stitches man that this is within the grasp of the ambitious beginner.

Designer: Jennifer Ozses

Kanata Kerchief Tank

The full article about this pattern is here:

Kanata Kerchief Tank

more details about project photographed also here.

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3. Summer Beauty Tunic

No list of summer tunics would be complete without one sporting a diagonal or diamond lower hem. Thus, here is the summer beauty tunic with a beautiful and very subtle patterning of voids to give it a gentle, almost geometric texture.

Designer: I Need It Crochet

Summer Beauty Tunic

The full article about this pattern is on I need it Crochet blog:

Summer Beauty Tunic

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4. V-Topper

Next, it seems that V-necks are the thing to do with the best summer tunics. Consequently, here is one with a wonderful edge and tie at the V-neck as well as a fabulous striated texture that needs no polychromy.

Designer: Renee Rodgers

V-Topper

The full article about this pattern is on Yarnspirations blog:

V Topper

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5. Breath of Summer

However, it isn’t all V’s. Indeed, a full neck line also needs to be represented among the summer tunics. That said, here is one that has both a full neck line, yet is light and airy and perfect for a hot day.

Designer: DROPS design

Breath of Summer

The full article about this pattern is on garnstudio.com:

Breath of Summer

more details about project photographed also here.

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6. Shell Yeah! Tunic

The Shell Yeah! tunic comes in one size-fits-all, but the fit can be adjusted by adding or removing a stitch every 8th cycle. Of course, light and pastel shades are an obvious choice for summer tunics, but you can definitely experiment with other hues as well, perhaps to make a summer evening version, as opposed to the beach version.

Designer:  Ashlea Konecny

Shell Yeah! Tunic Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

Shell Yeah! Tunic Free Crochet Pattern

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7. Tilted Tunic

Undoubtedly, some of the best summer tunics need to be askew. Thus, the tilted tunic is a great project with a skewed bottom edge to give it a jaunty and playful apearance. Thus, it will be a great top to put on over jeans, as shown, or over some slacks.

Designer: I Need It Crochet

Tilted Tunic

The full article about this pattern is here:

Tilted Tunic

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8. Poncho Dress Free Crochet Pattern

In a different take on summer tunics, this pretty poncho is a fashionable project no matter which size you are. Since it’s available in sizes from S to 2XL, it is a good project for everyone. The pattern is easy to make and works up very quickly. Because it uses simple stitches like single crochet, double crochet and treble crochet this pattern is perfect for beginners.

Skills: Easy    Designer:  Wilma Westenberg

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9. Asymmetrical Hem Tunic

So, asymmetrical tops are all the rage in any collection of summer tunics. Thus, this flattering piece is a beautiful addition to your casual wardrobe, which sports not only the asymmetrical hem line, but also has a rich, varied texture that interplays nicely with a broad color palette. The combination of a loose stitch with thick yarn gives a vivid contrast in its structure.

Skills: Easy  Designer:  Maz Kwok

Asymmetrical Hem Tunic Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

Asymmetrical Hem Tunic

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10. Track Stitch Tunic

Alternatively, here is a wonderful tunic that uses stripes and changes in texture to give a shimmering, mobile and slightly translucent effect. Thereby, this final free crochet pattern among our summer tunics is a worthwhile and very wearable addition to your tunic collection.

Skills: Easy  Designer:  Ashlea Konecny

track stitch tunic free crochet pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

Track Stitch Tunic

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