Hope – Crochet Pattern

Good morning,

this pandemic has given me time to write some patterns that usually, for various reasons, remain there waiting.

It’s time to be published!

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I’m starting with something summery. I hope you’re not like me who continue to work with wool, but that you’ve taken up cotton.

Otherwise, I suggest you do it!

This particular top is worked bottom-up. It has two seams that you can decide to do with a needle or crochet hook.

It’s really quick and easy.

You can adapt it by simply adding repetitions to the pattern. The stitches used are the basic ones.

You can find it on Ravelry.

Enjoy!

ArtEC

Double Summer Top – Crochet Pattern

Hi, let me introduce you to Double Summer Crochet Top!

 

Double Summer Top

Crochet Double Summer Top

 

It’s a double-face summery top, casual style with a hint of elegance to it. It’s delicate colors countertop the lacy structure making for a very fresh garment.

 

 

Moreover, it’s two garments in one, as it can be worn either side facing, according to your mood.

 

 

Simple and versatile this top can also be worn on top of a long sleeved sweater in spring/autumn.

 

It has a straight forward and balanced construction, don’t be scared from the lacy part because it’s very simple and there’s a graph in addition to the full written pattern.

 

Intrigued? Head over to Ravelry to find the pattern!

Cancun Boxy Lace Top – Knitting Pattern

Let me introduce you to Cancun, a soft and lacy knitted top, easy to work up even for beginners!

 

It’s freely inspired on Cancun boxy lace top by Erin Kate Archer with some slight alterations to my likings.

Presenting you with it gives me the occasion to show you another side to being a good designer: being able to recognize beauty when and where we see it and being able to credit for it accordingly,

This ability is a great skill nowadays and allows a designer to be inspired by everything without the need for a war for supremacy. Also recognizing someone else did a good job in designing something allow us to bond one another and form long lasting and mutually enriching friendships.

But now to the fun stuff, you surely want to know what I did differently from the original pattern… Below you can find my version. No PDF this time, you will need to read further if you are curious…

My version:

3.75 mm needles

cotton light Drops, colour 31: 5 skeins

 

Finished size : 68 x 40 cm

 

Body (make two) :

cast on 98 stitches, work in garter for 6 rows

 

Eyelet stitch — multiple of 3 + 2

row 1: knit

row 2: purl

row 3: k2, *yo, k2tog, k1; rep from * to end

row 4: purl

Knit for 4 rows

 

Solid mesh stitch — multiple of 3+5 stitches

row 1: knit

row 2 & all even rows: purl

row 3 (right side): knit 2, *yarn over, slip 1 stitch knitwise, knit 2, psso*, repeat from *, k3

row 5 (right side): knit 1, *yarn over, slip 1 stitch knitwise, knit 2 stitches and pass slipped

stitch over them* knit 1

row 6 (right side): purl

Knit for 4 rows

 

Netting stitch — multiple of 2

row 1: k1, *yo, k2tog; rep from *to last st, k1. repeat this row 8 total times.

Knit for 4 rows

 

Solid mesh stitch — multiple of 3+5 stitches

row 1: knit

row 2 & all even rows: purl

row 3 (right side): knit 2, *yarn over, slip 1 stitch knitwise, knit 2, psso*, repeat from *, k3

row 5 (right side): knit 1, *yarn over, slip 1 stitch knitwise, knit 2 stitches and pass slipped

stitch over them* knit 1

row 6 (right side): purl

Knit for 4 rows

 

Eyelet stitch — multiple of 3 + 2

row 1: knit

row 2: purl

row 3: k2, *yo, k2tog, k1; rep from * to end

row 4: purl

Knit for 4 rows

 

Solid mesh stitch — multiple of 3+5 stitches

row 1: knit

row 2 & all even rows: purl

row 3 (right side): knit 2, *yarn over, slip 1 stitch knitwise, knit 2, psso*, repeat from *, k3

row 5 (right side): knit 1, *yarn over, slip 1 stitch knitwise, knit 2 stitches and pass slipped

stitch over them* knit 1

row 6 (right side): purl

Knit for 4 rows

 

Netting stitch — multiple of 2

row 1: k1, *yo, k2tog; rep from *to last st, k1. repeat this row 8 total times.

Knit for 4 rows

 

Solid mesh stitch — multiple of 3+5 stitches

row 1: knit

row 2 & all even rows: purl

row 3 (right side): knit 2, *yarn over, slip 1 stitch knitwise, knit 2, psso*, repeat from *, k3

row 5 (right side): knit 1, *yarn over, slip 1 stitch knitwise, knit 2 stitches and pass slipped

stitch over them* knit 1

row 6 (right side): purl

Knit for 4 rows

 

Eyelet stitch — multiple of 3 + 2

row 1: knit

row 2: purl

row 3: k2, *yo, k2tog, k1; rep from * to end

row 4: purl

Knit for 4 rows

 

Classic bind off.

 

Seaming :

sew the shoulder and the side

 

 

BTW, remember to share with me the tweaks and amendments you get to apply to my patterns, I will include them on Ravelry.

 

ArtEC

 

Boho Top – Crochet Pattern

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

 

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For this pattern, you’ll need:

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

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

Legend:
S, M, L, XL, XXL

Stitches:
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.

Sleeves:
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.

Hem:
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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If you want grab your copy on:

Ravelry

Craftsy

Lovecrochet 

Favecrafts

 

and don’t miss to SPREAD THE WORD!

ArtEC