In summer, bushcrafting is probably more accessible for a simple reason: clothing is less restrictive and equipment less heavy and fewer in number. On the surface, it also seems easier and more pleasant to bushcraft when the weather is nice, which can indeed be the case.
Nevertheless, with the pleasant weather and the heat, you will not be the only one out there. There are also plenty of mosquitoes and ticks around, and you have to pay attention to them.
Remember to always carry an insect repellent in your bag. If you are looking for an alternative to the products you can find in the shops, opt for natural bug repellents. Aromatic plants are well known for their strong odour that works as a mosquito repellent. Basil and lemon geranium, for example, are particularly effective mosquito repellents. Lavender is just as effective at repelling mosquitoes as it is at relieving bug bites. Frankly, a small pouch of lavender in your bushcraft bag provides a bit of freshness, which is appreciable!