Crochet Beach Cover Up
For beginners and beyond, learn to crochet this cute Beach Cover Up using a free pattern by Yarnspirations called the Beachy Keen Cover Up.
Using Bernat Maker Fashion Yarn, a new yarn line by our friends at Yarnspirations, you can make this crochet beach cover up in a jiffy. The cover-up has large spaces to allow that relaxing sun and breezes of the beach to pass on through while keeping some of the sun off of your body. The cover-up allows you to have some personal privacy without it showing all your ‘business’.
You can use Bernat Maker Home Dec for this project as it’s the same yarn in every way, just under a different name.
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This project is using simple single crochet and treble crochet. Easy to follow stitching with basic shaping at the top that a beginner can master.
I have scanned the tutorial note that I used in the tutorial below. You can save or print it if you wish. I use this as reference to help you during the tutorial.
I took pictures as I filmed this to show you what the panels look like prior to the top areas being finished and a final shot of my finished sample. I really enjoyed this project.
Comments on “Crochet Beach Cover Up Pattern + Tutorial”
I am lost on the beginning of the beachy keen cover up,I’m working on the back part of pattern. I got the right amount of chains, then I do row 1 right side, then I do the 2nd and 3rd row. Now when I do the 2nd row I’m on the wrong side. I watched the video on this, but you stopped at the second row, am I missing something? How do I get a right side after the 3rd row, then I go to proceed in the pattern and the first row is also a right side?
It appears you are right about that. I would just fake it to make it. I’m unsure why I didn’t notice that during filming.
I am lost on the beginning of the beach keen cover up,I’m working on the back part of pattern. I got the right amount of chains, then I do row 1 right side, then I do the 2nd and 3rd row. Now when I do the 2nd row I’m on the wrong side.
When I get to the 3rd row, I’m at the right side of the work. but at the end of row 3, I go to turn my work, and go to start ” proceed in pattern (pat) as follows: 1st row: (RS) then the ch 1, 1 single crochet in each SC to end of row.
When I finish the 3 rd row and turn my work, getting ready to do the (proceed in pattern part) it says for the first row rs. But its on a wrong side. I watched the video on this, but you stopped at the second row, am I missing something? How do I get a right side after the 3rd row, then I go to proceed in the pattern and the first row is also a right side?
Hi, I am unable to find the link to the pattern. Can you please point me in the right direction as this will be my first ever crochet make and I’m very keen to get on with it 🙂 Many thanks.
I added the blue button, you click on that and it will take you to the Yarnspirations where you can download the pattern. Hope that helps
Can you please notate the number of balls per sizes. It’s very hard to see in the video.
how do I get the pattern for this coverup????
checking links and need to find a copy of the PDF.
Hi, guys, can this cover-up be made knee-length?
GET PATTERN button still works and the name of the pattern is also linked to the free pattern.
Yes. Is there something specific you would like to ask ? -LJ
Hi Mikey so i went to two of my yarn stores and none of them have this Bernet yarn, and i don’t have time to order them because i am going away. is there another type of Bernet i can use because Michael s carries a huge selection except for that kind
Can you cotton yarn for this cover up
The pattern calls for Bernat Maker Fashion. It is lighter than cotton. Getting a cotton one wet would make it even heavier. But yes if you match gauge you should be able to create the same look. Hope that helps – LJ
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