• Stylish Summer Crochet Pullover Top | Fashion

    This pattern is really easy, it is basically a granny stitch repetition. It's perfect for wearing a tank underneath.
    To purchase the PDF version you can go to Etsy or Ravelry. Thank you so very much! 
    ©2017 Fran Corona
    You may use items made from this pattern to sell but please include my store link on your listing as follows: Pattern by Fran Corona https://www.etsy.com/shop/fransplace1018

    Lightweight ​​yarn
    6.5​​mm ​​crochet ​​hook
    Tapestry ​​needle
    Stitch ​​Markers


    Dc​​–​​double ​​crochet
    Fpdc​​–​​front ​​post​​ double

    Bpdc​​–​​back​​ post ​​double
    Cluster​​–​​3​​ dc in ​​st


    *You ​​will ​​make ​​two ​​panels, ​​then ​​whip ​​stitch ​​them ​​together

    Row ​​1:​​ work ​​a​​ double​​ crochet ​​foundation chain​​ of 67 ​​(I​​ measured ​​the ​​chain ​​across ​​my shoulders ​​to ​​see ​​how ​​long ​​it ​​should ​​be)

    Row​​ 2:​​ ch ​​3,​​ dc​​ in​​ same ​​st ​​&​​ next​​ 3​​ sts,​​ ch​​ 1, ​​*skip​​ 2​​ sts,​​ 3​​ dc ​​in​​ next​​ st,​​ ch​​1, repeat​​ from​​* ​​until you ​​have ​​6 ​​sts​​ left, ​​skip​​ 2 ​​sts,​​ 1​​ dc ​​in ​​remaining​​ 4 ​​sts

    Row ​​3: ​​ch 3, ​​dc ​​in​​ same​​ st ​​&​​ next​​ 3 sts, ​​ch​​ 1, ​​cluster, ​​ch ​​1 ​​in ​​each​​ ch ​​space,​​ 1​​ dc ​​in ​​remaining ​​4 sts

    Row ​​4​​ to​​ 36 ​​(or ​​desired ​​length): ​​repeat row 3

    Row​​ 37: ​​ch​​3,​​ dc ​​in​​ same ​​st ​​&​​ all​​ dc ​​sts ​​​(not​​ in​​ ch ​​1​​ spaces)

    Row​​ 38:​​ ch​​ 3, ​​fpdc ​​around ​​next​​ st, ​​bpdc​​ around ​​next ​​st ​​to ​​end,​​ dc ​​in ​​last ​​st

    Row ​​39: repeat ​​row ​​38

    Fasten ​​off​​ and​​ weave​​ in ​​ends

    Hold​​ panels ​​up ​​to​​ your ​​shoulders​​ and​​ place ​​stitch ​​markers ​​where ​​you ​​want​​ the​​ neck​​ opening

    Mine ​​is ​​about​​ 12 ​​inches

    You ​​will ​​whip ​​stitch​​ the ​​two ​​panels ​​together ​​in ​​these​​ places​​ and on​​ the ​​end​​ at​​ the ​​top ​​sleeves

    Then​​ you ​​need ​​to​​ measure ​​from the​​ top ​​of​​ the ​​sleeve ​​to ​​about​​ 6 ​​to​​ 7 ​​inches​​ down​​ for ​​the​​ sleeve holes

    Then​​ whip​​ stitch ​​the​​ sides ​​together ​​up ​​to​​ stitch ​​maker​​ for ​​the bottom ​​of ​​sleeve

    You're ​​done! Enjoy ​​your ​​new​​ summer​​ pullover!​​ If ​​you ​​have​​ any​​ questions ​​please ​​leave​​ me a comment below. I would love to see your creations as well! 
    If you would like to order a custom-made top please visit my Etsy Shop.
    You can find me​​ on ​​Facebook at​​​https://www.facebook.com/fransplace1018​​
    Thank you so much for visiting my blog!
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