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What better way to show off your stitching skills then to wear a fun crochet top?! I’ve collected several patterns that you will love to make and wear. Enjoy!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Best Friend Sweaters by Jessie Rayot
These sweaters were created for a friend’s daughter and her friend. They are made from the top down, and are totally seamless.
2) Drifting Tee by Premier Yarns
Stylish and modern, the angled lace design on this crocheted cotton tee is perfect for the trendy layered look.
3) Baker’s Tee by Jessie Rayot
You won’t believe the simplicity of this pattern! It is simply a linen stitch rectangle with a slit in the middle, which is then folded in half.
4) Breezy Shell Tank by Cre8tion Crochet
This breezy shell tank top is super easy to make. This tank is constructed in two simple pieces which are then stitched up the sides. The color change at the bodice and the short slit up the side add to the visual appeal.
5) a pullover called flower meadow by Evelyn Beer
The pullover can be worked in other sizes, dependent on the length of the “band”. You just have to adapt the other details in the pattern.
6) Dynamo Dolman Designed by Universal Yarn Design Team
This pullover is intended to fit with up to 10 inches of positive ease.
7) Marilyn Sleeveless Top by Kim Guzman
This is a pattern preview, a completely separate pattern from the original full-featured pattern, offered in six sizes. Only one size is available for free.
8) Leaping Crochet Baby Hoodie by Tamara Kelly
The Leaping Crochet Baby Hoodie features all the requested items – it’s an easy crochet pullover sweater pattern, with a hood, featuring the eponymous stitch pattern. And with an endless world of color changes it’s great for both girls and boys.
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