Choosing the right swimsuit for your seaside holiday can be a drag, but you simply must look your best while working on your tan. After all, when will you have the chance to show off your body if not on the beach? Slim bikinis have been a favorite swimsuit model for the simple reason that they show off the most skin. But, most of the times you are more sexy when you show less, leaving something to the imagination. That way you are much more alluring to men and you get the chance to discretely hide parts of your body that you might not be too happy with.
The swimwear fashion trend this year is a blast from the past with a modern twist, a crochet monokini. Many designers have chosen this model for their summer collection because it is not only fun and sexy, but it is also tantalizing and gives the usually flat swimsuits some much needed texture. The bohemian feel to the different playful patterns fits in perfectly with the spirit of the beach and are also great for attending a friendly pool party.
As lovely as the crochet monokinis are, they also can cost a pretty penny, sometimes up to hundred dollars. To save some money for drinks at the beach party, make sure to check out our Top 10 free crochet monokini patterns. With a bit of crocheting skill and some time, you too will be the talk of the next swimsuit party and you won’t have to drain your budget dry in the process.
Ring, Mesh And A Floral Top Monokini
Women with smaller bust will love this model since the flowery squares are puffed up and give the illusion of bigger breast. Also, mesh pattern connecting the top and bottom is simple, yet quite elegant.
Large And Small Mesh One-Piece Swimsuit
A one-piece swimsuit that can easily be classified as a monokini due to its strategically arranged mixed mesh. Unfortunately, this pattern, like many other free ones is not in English, but the effort of understanding it will be well worth it once you finish your sexy swimsuit.
Triangle Fishnet Monokini
Sexy and elegant in its simplicity, this monokini has a slim triangle fisnet in the midsection leaving the sides opened and has a small circle between the breasts focusing the gaze there. It is great for beginners and more skilled crocheters.
Low Cleavage Monokini
You don’t expect to find a low cleavage on a swimsuit, since it already reveals everything, but his monokini has one. The parting of the swimsuit down the middle of the body makes this monokini one of the sexiest you might find and the colorful pattern on the sides makes it even more desirable.
Flower In The Midsection Monokini
Everyone, but mostly young people have problem with one-piece swimsuits because they hide the belly and are too plain. This crochet monokini offers the appearance of a one-piece swimsuit while letting the belly to breathe and peek from behind a mesh of flowers. And the site offers other free bikini patterns that you might like.
Nothing shines brighter then the summer sun, but you can be the sunshine on the beach with this sunny swimsuit. The sun with sun rays pattern connecting the top and bottom will be a blast to wear at the beach or by the pool.
Here is a two tone classy bikini with another fishnet connecting piece. The V cleavage will look flattering on women with all breast types and the wide band on the bustline gives additional lift and support.
Opened Mimosa Bikini
When it comes to crochet or knitting you must never forget to improvise, combine and free style with every pattern you can think of. Sometimes the result can be a classy, yet seductive bating suit like this one.
Leaf Pattern Monokini
A swimsuit model which is excellent for boosting the confidence of women with smaller breast. The large bikini top pieces give the appearance of larger breasts, wile the narrowing in the midsection makes your waist look smaller.
Pinapple Pattern Monokini
We end our list with the most famous pattern of all the crochet monokinies, worn even by celebrities: the pineapple monokini pattern. We offer you three ways to make it, in the link bellow the picture and also here and here. Don’t be the only one this summer without a crochet monokini and while you’re fetching the needles, make sure to try to incorporate your favorite design into the swimsuit. The results will astonish you.