Summer Lace Knitting: The Beach Boho Lace Collection
Lace knitting is always a favorite for summer projects that can beat the heat. The thin yarn and easily packable projects are easy to take on summer travels and the open stitch patterns keep your lap from overheating. Searching for that perfect summer knitting project? Now you can download this bundle of FIVE of our favorite lace knitting patterns to take on your summer beach boho adventures with The Beach Boho Lace Collection.
The Cruz Shawl by Courtney Spainhower captures the essence of the beach boho style. With a classic shawl shape, this design mixes it up with an incredibly unique lace pattern that has that boho edge. To give it even more of a boho vibe you can add thick tassels to this fun project. This shawl is perfect for strolling on a breezy beach or boardwalk.
I love everything that is the Catalina Shawl by Lana Jois. Both my parents are from Southern California and I grew up listening to tales of family adventures sailing to Catalina Island. I can’t wait to make (and wear) this shawl on my next California adventure. While I can see myself wearing this shawl throughout the entire summer, it is especially perfect for the beach boho bride.
The Bokeh Tank by Amy Christoffers is a knitscene summer favorite and a perfect addition to this pattern pack of lace knitting. This is a garment you can wear all summer long with coverage where it matters and beautiful lace knitting along the sides and bottom of the tank. Wear this tank on your summer beach boho adventures.
This pattern pack also includes the patterns for the Aristida Shawl by Alexandra Beck and the Linum Tee by Bristol Ivy. The Aristida Shawl features a fun diamond lace knitting pattern and is worn frequently here at the Interweave offices. The Linum Tee is one of Interweave’s most popular knitted top patterns, with asymmetrical lace knitting around the neckline.
The Catalina Shawl is definitely first on my list to make as the summer temperatures rise! Which one of these fantastic beach boho lace knitting patterns is at the top of your queue?
(Originally posted on June 19, 2017; updated on June 19, 2019.)