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The Mitti Bikini Set is one of my most stable bikini design. It's water-adaptable, making it perfect for your next beach adventure or poolside relaxation. 


The pattern provides the bikini set for sizes from XS to 4XL with additional customize options. It requires a slightly advanced crochet technique such as the foundation single crochet and intuitive placement of lace edging. 


The pattern has been meticulously tested and certified by a team of skilled crocheters. In the instruction, you will find step-by-step pictures, diagram explanations and further tips on alternations to ensure you can follow along with ease. 


Tools and materials


· Yarn - any category #2 sport/fine yarn. Approximate yardage required as below:

Bikini Top :
XS- 95 | S- 115 | M- 141 | L- 168 | XL- 220 | 2XL- 250 | 3XL- 270 | 4XL- 308


Bikini Bottom :
XS- 160 | S- 173 | M- 185 | L- 280 | XL- 313 | 2XL- 350 | 3XL- 388 | 4XL- 412


· Crochet Hook 3.50mm (or any size that meets the gauge)

· Elastic Band (

· Yarn needle

· Stitch Marker

· Scissors

· Tape Measure




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The pattern may not be copied, sold, or otherwise distributed in whole or in part. Feel free to sell products using this pattern, but please credit me for the design. Pictures in this document may not be used to sell finished products.

Mitti Bikini Set - PDF Crochet Pattern

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    100% recommended
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    Videos tutoriales

    Hello, I bought the Calad Shirt pattern, in the description it said it came with support videos. which is not so. I need my money back since I didn't receive what I expected. thank you



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    Great Pattern

    This pattern is absolutely gorgeous and really well written!



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    wheres the video tutorial

    would be helpful to understand assemble (e.g. what is the 'gauge' at the beginning?)



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