Blair Ribbed Hem Crop Top


In this ‘hellish’ August, I managed to stop and put aside the wool…. to get cotton!

I really wanted to make a top that was quick, simple, and with which I could use a yarn no longer in production.

This is the “filo di Biella“.

The thickness changes as you work it and I used it double (two strands worked together) and used 4 balls in total for a size S+ (I scrupulously followed the instructions given by the designer and they were very helpful).

I must say that I got on very well. The pattern suggests Garnstudio DROPS Cotton Merino yarn, but I leave here some substitutions:

The pattern is Blair ribbed hem crop top.

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Let me know if you have, or recommend something similar in the comments.


Italian Summer Crochet Top

In this hot summer I managed to find time to present you with a really simple summer top.

It’s the Italian Summer crochet top.

Crocheted with a fresh yarn, such as cotton or linen, and without too much thought.

I used Safran by Garn Studio and 3.00 mm hook (USA 2 1/2).

These are two panels that are subsequently joined together.

A graphic pattern is included in the diagram, so I recommend it to those who are at least at an intermediate level.

The open-work weave and sizes ranging from XS to XXXL make it a really suitable pattern for everyone.

I thank the testers for their splendid work.

Grab the pattern on Ravelry, Amazon or Lovecrafts.

Let me know in the comments if you do this and what you think.


Boho Top – Crochet Pattern


Let me introduce you to Boho Top, a very light and lacy garment created from a simple granny square patterning.



For this pattern, you’ll need:

Materials:                                                                                                                                       Sevifil Beige (150, 200, 300, 400, 500 gr)
Hook (3.5 mm)
Stitch marker

10 dc x 5 rows= 5 x 5 cm (1.96 x 1.96 in)
2 strands of yarn worked together

S, M, L, XL, XXL

Ch = chain Sc = single crochet Dc = double crochet Sl St = slip stitch

How to:
5 ch, form a ring and close with a sl st. Start working a solid square.
Round 1: 3 ch, 2 dc, 2 ch, 3 dc, 2 ch, 3 dc, 2 ch, 3 dc, 1 ch, 1 sl st.
Round 2: 3 ch, 6 dc, 2 ch, 7 dc, 2 ch, 7 dc, 2 ch, 7 dc, 1 ch, 1 sl st.
Round 3: 3 ch, 10 dc, 2 ch, 11 dc, 2 ch, 11 dc, 2 ch, 11 dc, 1 ch, sl st.
Round 4: 3 ch, 14 dc, 2 ch, 15 dc, 2 ch, 15 dc, 2 ch, 15 dc, 1 ch, sl st.
Round 5: 3 ch, 18 dc, 2 ch, 19 dc, 2 ch, 19 dc, 2 ch, 19 dc, 1 ch, sl st.
Continue the square for: (22, 24, 26, 28, 32) rounds in total.
1 ch, sc in every stitch.
1 ch, sl st in every stitch.
Make 2 of this squares. Lay your squares one on top of the other with the right sides
facing each other. Using the invisible stitch.

Round 1: with right side facing, joing yarn at the bottom of one armhole, ch 1, sc in eve-ry stitch, sl st.
Round 2: ch 1, sc in every stitch, sl st. Fasten off.

Round 1: 1 ch, sc in every stitch, sl st.
Round 2: 1 ch, sc in every stitch, sl st.
Round 3: 1 ch, sc in every stitch, sl st.
Round 4: 1 ch, sc in every stitch, sl st. Faten off.


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