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Crochet V-Neck Top

Craft a stylish V-neck top using the art of crochet. This versatile piece can be dressed up or down, making it a perfect addition to any wardrobe. The intricate crochet design adds a touch of elegance to the classic V-neck style, creating a unique and eye-catching look that is sure to turn heads. With its flattering neckline and intricate detailing, this crochet V-neck top is a must-have for any fashion-forward individual. Whether paired with jeans for a casual day out or with a skirt for a more formal occasion, this top is sure to make a statement. Handmade with care and attention to detail, this crochet V-neck top is a timeless piece that will never go out of style.

Material & material.

  • In this skirt pattern,I used yarn weight 2 from Hobbii Rainbow 8/6 around 500 meters = 5 skeins for my cropped length top 14 inches.
  • 1 skein of Hobbii rainbow 8/6 is 50 gram=105 m 100% cotton
  • 4.0 mm crochet hook
  • Sewing yarn needle

Skill and abbreviations

You will need to know how to make (American crochet term)

  • hdc, which means half double crochet
  • ch Chain
  • slip knot
  • sk means skip-stitch
  • dc, which means double crochet

The finished size for this crochet top is Approximately: small.

For me, the model wearing this piece, I am 4’9 feet tall, bust of 32 inches, a waistline of 27 inches, hip of 35 inches.

Pattern Note:

  • This crochet top can be made in any size by adding more rows to each panel
  • The adjustable length of the top is by adding more chains to the foundation chain in multiples of 5+1


Crocheting Left & right panel.

First, we will start the foundation chain in a multiple of 5+1; this will be the length of your crochet top.

In this example is cropped length, so I chain 100+1.

Row1. chain3 counts as 1dc, then dc in each chain across until the end of the row. Chain 3 and turn.

Row 2. 2 dc in the same st, *sk4 st, then make 5 dc in the next st* repeat this until the end of the row; at the end, make 3 dc in the turning chain from the previous row. Chain 3 and turn.

Row 3. 1 dc in each stitch across until the end of the row. Chain 3 and turn.

Row 4 and more repeat row2-3 until your 2 panels is wide enough for your size.

Assemble the v-neck top.

Lay 2 panels in flatted side by side and join them together by sewing using a yarn needle.

Sew in the back to create a back panel for the top, and sew and the side to create the armhole. After that, sew in the front to create the v-neck top.

All done happy crocheting.

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