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 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 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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30 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. Stacey says:

    Very cute! I see where the pattern can be purchased for additional sizes, but what size is the one given? (sorry if it’s there and I missed it!)

  5. 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?

  6. 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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