Crochet lacy oversized top

Crochet lacy oversized top

Oversized tops and tees are versatile and very easy to wear with great comfort. How about a lacy oversized crocheted top xD

crochet oversized top free pattern

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Materials: ( I used )
5mm crochet hook
Light weight/ DK tape yarn: magenta ( 200 gr for the sample )
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Yarn needle
Scissors

If you don’t crochet, you can buy this top on my Etsy Shop 🙂

Abbreviations

Note: I used chainless starting dc for every first dc of each row instead of ch 3. There’s another good crochet technique to use is ch 2, dc into same stitch ( counted as 1st dc). In the pattern below you’ll see I simply state dc into 1st stitch for every first dc of each round, so just choose your best technique 🙂

This crochet pattern is done by 2 identical front and back parts, seam to join shoulder and body lines.

Special stitch used: 3 dc – V stitch ( 3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc into same stitch or space )

This crochet lacy oversized top pattern fits size L ( chest size: 36 to 38 inches ).

Gauge: 5 double crochet stitches approximately 1.5 inches ( with materials indicated )

Top: work in rows ( make 2 for front and back parts )

R1: Ch 93, dc into 3rd chain from hook ( the first 2 chain doesn’t count as 1st dc ), dc across, 91 sts.

R2: turn, dc into 1st stitch, * ch 4, skip 4 sts, ( dc, ch 4, dc ) into next st, ch 4 , skip 4 sts, dc into next st * repeat ** 9 times.

R3: turn, dc into 1st stitch, ch 2, sc into next ch4-space, * 3 dc – V stitch into next ch4-space, sc into next ch4-space, ch 4, sc into next ch4-space * repeat ** 8 times, 3 dc – V stitch into next ch4-space, sc into last ch4-space, ch 2, dc into last stitch.

R4: turn, dc into 1st stitch, ch 2, dc into next ch2-space, ch 4, * dc into next ch2-space (the ch 2 of 3 dc – V stitch from previous row), ch 4, ( dc, ch 4, dc ) into next ch4-space, ch 4 * repeat ** 8 times, dc into next ch2-space, ch 4, dc into last ch2-space, ch 2, dc into last stitch.

R5: turn, dc into 1st stitch, 3dc into next ch2-space, * sc into next ch4-space, ch 4, sc into next ch4-space, 3 dc – V stitch into next ch4-space * repeat ** 8 times, sc into next ch4-space, ch 4, sc into next ch4-space, 3 dc into last ch2-space, dc into last stitch.

R6: turn, dc into 1st stitch, * ch 4, ( dc, ch 4, dc ) into next ch4-space, ch 4, dc into next ch2-space * repeat ** 8 times, ch4,( dc, ch 4, dc ) into next ch4-space, ch 4, dc into last stitch.

R7: same as R3

R8: same as R4

R9: same as R5

Repeat from ( R6 to R9 ) x 10 times, untill you reach R41.

  • Put front and back parts together, from the wrong side, seam shoulder line with sc ( 25 sts each side )

crochet lacy top free pattern

  • Seam body line with sc ( 28 rows from the bottom up )

Armholes: Join yarn and insert hook into the place where you made the last sc of seaming body line.
R1: sc around ( 2 sc into each dc space ), sl into 1st stitch to join.
R2: dc around ( fasten off, weave in ends )

Steam block your finished project if needed.

The top in the following picture is made by light weight/ DK yarn.

crochet lacy top free pattern

You can have size XXS to XXL with chart for the stitch in this instant download pdf file here: Lacy Oversized Top – All sizes

( There’s an itsy bitsy fee for it, thanks for your support )

Happy crocheting xD

 

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26 comments

  1. Naaz says:

    Are the front and back two rectangular pieces or is there shaping at the neck? I am a beginner and am weary of shaping. I love this top and hope it is something I can tackle. Fingers crossed!

  2. Mary says:

    I have three 100g balls of Rosarios 4 Bio Bamboo, 175m or 191yds, it knits up on 4 and a half or 5 needles. Could you tell me if this is suitable for your pattern, and if so then how many balls I might need. Also is your pattern American or European, do I need to change sc to dc and dc to tr? Thanks

  3. Donna Adair says:

    Would love to know the substitue for the tape yarn. Would a size 3 thread work or a sock yarn? I’m new at this and don’t know how to do the substitues.

  4. Dana says:

    Is there a possible yarn substitution? I have no access to any tape yarn and the only ribbon yarn I could possibly get would be like Red Heart Boutique…or bulky/super bulky weight. Could this work in a cotton yarn?

  5. Marianne says:

    Great pattern…thank you. I do have a question though. What type of yarn did you use? What is tape yarn???? Thanks

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