Summer is my favorite season to design for. At least I say that during the summer months! There's something about light, airy tops that I love. Not only do I love making them, but I REALLY enjoy wearing them! Keep reading to learn more about this strapless top crochet pattern.
More about the strapless top crochet pattern
This pattern is size inclusive, from extra small to 5X. With a positive ease, everyone will be comfortable in this cool, yet stunning top.
Designed for an advanced beginner, this top is created in a few simple steps. Don't be intimidated! The most difficult stitch in this pattern is the picot stitch.
This design is easily customizable by adding and reducing length of either the tube top or the lace overlay. Worried about it staying in place? You'll be adding an elastic band to enjoy yourself worry free!
More about the yarn
Part cashmere, Superwash Caprette Fingering yarn is as lovely to work with as it is to wear. With lightweight softness, I love the way the working yarn feels as it slips through my fingers as I crochet. And when worn, it’s even better!
More about the hook
Furls Crochet hooks will always hold my heart! And the Candy Shop Crochet Hooks are a sweet treat to work with. Perfect for my smaller hands, this hook glides with this thin yarn.
More about Crochet Foundry Magazine
In this Issue you will find gorgeous summer tops and bottoms that feature stitches that flow and are open allowing for both cool comfort and style.
The Summer 2021 Issue's theme is Sweet Treats - yum! Each designer has included their favorite Sweet Treat recipe that are perfect for the summer and entire family. The Summer Issue also features 8 size inclusive designs from XS-X5, and written in US terms.
The designs were made usingFurls Candy Shop hooks, and WeCrochet Yarn with the accessory pattern being made using Furls Whims Merino in DK. As with every issue, alternate yarns will be given to make the fabulous designs included.
The Designers featured in this issue are: Liliana Buce, April Gopwani, Ashlea Konecny, Pam Stark, Lorene Eppolite, Briana Kepner, Michelle Moore, and Crystal Bucholz.
And that, my friend, is why you need to have this issue and this strapless top crochet pattern!
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