Immerse yourself in the creative world of crochet beach coverup patterns, garments, and accessories, a stunning collection of DIY designs that offer versatility, style, and unique personal touch to your summer wardrobe.
Whether lounging by the seashore or heading to a pool party, these intricate patterns provide a perfect blend of fashion and function.
From breezy tunics and chic coverups to trendy tote bags and sun hats, these crochet accessories are the ultimate expression of your individual style.
Discover the joy of creating your own crochet masterpieces, using many techniques, yarns, and stitches, and step out in the sun with confidence and flair.
Dive into our curated selection of crochet beach coverup patterns and more – your journey toward a handcrafted summer wardrobe begins here.
This beach cover-up has a nice breezy design that’s easy to make. It works perfectly as a bathing suit cover-up for the beach or pool, or you can use it as a top when you’re not at the beach. It uses the open waves stitch and has a super easy construction: just two panels!
This bathing suit cover-up has a nice geometric design that’s achieved by using the triangle and cones lace stitch. This is a unique sitch that creates triangle shapes from single crochet, double crochet, and treble crochet.
This is a beautiful beach cover-up pattern that can easily double as a dress. The top and bottom are different designs, making it look more like a tank top and skirt. Also, the top comes out a bit at the sides, giving the top part a tucked in look.
If you’re a beginner crocheter, his beach cover-up is an excellent place o start. It doesn’t require any shaping, giving it a loose, flowy feeling, and only requires half double crochets and single crochets.
This daisy cover-up is made of granny squares, which always gets my attention. Each square feels like a mini project, all paired together to make something new. Make it in your desired color, maybe even to match your swimsuit.
This cover-up is actually two pieces, and I absolutely love it. It’s a little outfit in and of itself and adds a little extra flair to your swimsuit. It’s made of a mesh stitch so it’s not too hot and works up pretty quickly.
This cover-up is named after a beach in Kauai, Hawaii, and it’s adorable. It resembles a cute short dress rather than a swimsuit cover-up, making it perfect for dinner after the beach. The stitches are beginner-friendly (slip stitches and double crochets), and the construction comprises just two panels and a belt.
Talk about a sunny piece! This cover-up is an adorable white and yellow dress with a yellow belt to tie, and it screams summer. Grab a sunhat and some lemonade, and you’re all set for the pool or beach.
This beach cover-up has many details and isn’t too baggy or too fitted. It’s great to throw on for an early morning walk along the beach or grab lunch after a day in the sun. It can also be worn as a top with leggings.
This Carlsbad cover-up is beautiful and looks great in every color. It’s shaped like a robe with fringe on the bottom and a thin tie with tassels to tie it all together. The construction is also super easy, using only two panels.
This swimsuit cover-up uses a geometric pattern of diamonds to create a loose mesh. The mesh is quite wide, so the cover-up doesn’t use much yarn (only 3 skeins!) And since it’s so thin, it’ll for sure fit in a tote bag or backpack.
Finally, on our cover-up list is this Beach Daze cover-up. It’s a light, airy pattern with two ties and a slit on each side, with a pretty drape. It’s made from beginner stitches and only two panels sewn together, so it’s a beginner-friendly pattern.
Crochet hats are an easy and practical project, especially for the summer. Most of them are pretty beginner friendly, like this one here. It starts like a regular hat, has one color change for the brim, and you’re all done. This is a great beginner project and a great one to start your summer.
Keep your things AND your phone from getting all sandy with this bag and phone case set. They share a simple yet gorgeous close-knit pattern that protects your beach essentials from the elements. This pattern is suitable for beginners and advanced crocheters alike.
I love a good beach bag, and this one from All Free Crochet has a super cool twist. It’s a nice big bag made from the crocodile stitch, a super neat wavy, and sturdy stitch that will keep sand from getting in your bag. This is also a great option for the beach since it can carry so much.
Believe it or not, you can make a swimsuit out of yarn. You have to have the right yarn! This gorgeous blue top is made with cotton + elastic yarn to keep it from sagging, and there’s also a matching blue bottom on her website.
Bonfires are a summer staple that everyone loves. Roasting marshmallows, talking with friends, it’s all a good time. This bonfire beach hoodie keeps you extra warm on a chilly summer night! It’s short sleeve so you don’t get too warm, and has a hood with drawstrings and slits on the side. It’s an adorable summer accessory.
Finally, we have this easy mini sarong. This is so easy to throw on before or after the beach, and can even be used as a skirt. The pattern uses beginner-friendly stitches and works up quickly.
With our comprehensive roundup of 25 crochet beach patterns, you now have many options at your fingertips to create your own stylish beachwear.
These carefully curated designs offer something for everyone, from breezy cover-ups to chic accessories and eye-catching garments.
Each pattern brings a unique blend of style and practicality that enhances your beach-side fashion and comfort. So, as the waves lap at the shore and the sun shines brightly this summer, take your crochet hooks to hand and let your creativity flow.
Whether you’re an expert or a beginner, these patterns offer an exciting and fulfilling crafting journey. Happy crocheting, and enjoy your stylish, self-made summer wardrobe!
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Hannah is the eldest of the Bonner family’s three kiddos. She graduated from the University of North Texas with her Bachelors in Elementary Education. She enjoys reading, yoga, movies & TV, and (obviously) crocheting. She is excited about furthering her writing career & spending her days surrounded by yarn. All the yarn.