A crochet ruana is a must-have in every wardrobe! Let’s start by saying how comfy it is, not to mention, that each of the ruanas in this post make a really fun beginner-friendly project, that will make you look and feel amazing this upcoming spring and summer time! But of course feel free to wear them all year long.
Bahama Mama Ruana
- Designed by: Breann Mauldin
If you need beach cover-up that is light, airy, and easy to make, you have to take a look at this design! Bahama Mama Ruana is simply constructed, uses basic stitches, and looks just lovely. Play with stripes, colors and make it your very own summer staple!
Photos by Breann Mauldin / Ravelry.com
If you’re not a big fan of striped patterns, it’s not a problem! Look at another design proposal of the same yarn pattern. This sweater is totally must have, because it will fit perfect with jeans and basic top.
- Desgined by: Alexandra Halse
This pretty crochet ruana in the pictures below was made by Alexandra Halse and it’s a gorgeous project, that will not only keep you very warm but also look fabulous! It’s an oversized and cozy pattern, that you can wrap around you and feel like you’re on a cloud!
Photos by Alexandra Halse / Ravelry.com
Make sure to also check out: Trendy Crochet Ponchos
Falling Leaves Ruana
- Desgined by: Sincerely Pam
This simple and very elegant crochet ruana in the pictures below was made by Sincerely Pam and it’s a lovely gift idea for your friend! Take a look at this stunning cascading leaf design below. Doesn’t it add character and beauty to this ruana?
Photos by Sincerely Pam / Ravelry.com
- Desgined by: Clare M
If you’ve never made a ruana before, it’s a layering piece a bit like a poncho, shawl, or cardigan, that adds a much-needed layer of warmth to your fall and winter outfit. Ruanas are normally made in a rectangle shape and have an opening at the front like a cardi. You’ll love this project below!
Photos by Clare M / Ravelry.com