Crochet Bikini
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Crochet Sizzlin Bikini
Crochet Sizzlin Bikini

Crochet Sizzlin’ Hot Bikini

There’s been a HOT demand for lounging and practical beach attire such as this Crochet Sizzlin’ Hot Bikini. There is a demand of women who want to wear crochet based bikinis. In fact, my former wife had a crochet look-a-like bikini. She spent a fortune on it and took care of it like it was gold. It was mass produced and probably not worth the money if she would have crocheted it herself. However, she felt sexy and loved her bikini. She looked good in it too, I have to admit.

I was talking to Yarnspirations about finding patterns for an easy bikini. I had no idea they even had a free pattern until a few hours ago. It’s classified as an Easy Level. There are 3 different size cup sizes for the top and the bottoms are the same. The cup sizes range from A, B and C. You will see the instructions on the pattern.

You should take note that is using Patons Grace Yarn. This is mercerized cotton. Notice the hook size is really small. This gives you maximum amount of privacy without anything peek a boos between the stitches… if you know what I mean.

Do not use acrylic yarn such as Bernat Super Value, Caron Simply Soft, Caron One Pound and etc. It will not hold up to the use of being a bikini. This is intended for women looking for long term use using Patons Grace Yarn.

Tutorial?

There is talk of a tutorial? I don’t have this yarn in stock at the moment… But I can place an order if you are interested. Please leave me a comment below in my blog if you wish for a tutorial to be made. Maybe you want something for a friend, yourself or even for that tropical destination in the middle of the winter.

If you want an Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Bikini. Crochet yourself a bikini in yellow and sew on round small crochet circles if you are looking for something like that.

11 thoughts on “Crochet Sizzlin’ Hot Bikini

  1. I really want to try this. I am also really scared to try it. I love the different top sizes, but why only one bottom size? The cotton and small hooks don’t scare me as much as the counts and finished product.

  2. Michael, it’s a great crochet pattern and the book it came from is Patons Designer Series, Vol. 3, Cool Crochet from 2001.
    There are some really nice summer crochet patterns in this book including a Mesh Tunic, Open Work Cardigan, Nautical Top, Tote Bag, Sarong, and Halter Top…. all using Patons Grace.
    I never throw out ANY crochet patterns/books and was just going through this one last night while checking patterns against my cotton yarn stash.

    Lyd

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