Easy Crochet Crop Top DIY Tutorial

15 October 2020, 14:27 852

Easy Crochet Crop Top DIY Tutorial

 

 

hi everyone today I’m going to show you

how to make this easy crochet crop top

this crop top can be converted into 3

different styles and the best thing

about this crop top is that you can wear

a bra with straps underneath the written

pattern is available for free on my blog

the link is in the description bar

you will need arin WestEd weight or 10

ply yarn scissors a 5 millimeter or aus

h / 8 crochet hook a darning needle and

some safety pins or stitch markers today

I’m using Lion Brand Jeans and the color

faded

it’s 100% acrylic but it’s super soft

and easy to work with

today I’m making this top in a size

extra small for instructions for all

sizes check out the blog post the blog

post also teaches you how to measure

yourself to get the perfect fit to begin

create a slipknot any way you like for

this pattern we’re going to be using a

foundation single crochet chain it makes

the top stretch here and easier to put

on insert your hook into the loop and

chain 2 insert your hook into the first

chain yarn over and pull through a loop

you should have two loops on your hook

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yarn over and pull through one loop you

should have two loops on your hook the

stitch you just created will be the

chain of your single crochet and then

you’re going to yarn over and pull

through two loops you’ve created your

first foundation single crochet now

you’re going to insert your hook in

between the chain and the single crochet

yarn over and pull through one loop yarn

over pull through one loop again and

then yarn over and pull through two

loops you’ve now created your second

foundation single crochet and you’re

just going to repeat these steps insert

your hook into the space in between the

chain and the single crochet yarn over

pull through one loop yarn over pull

through one loop yarn over pull through

two and you’re just going to repeat this

process until your foundation single

crochet chain is long enough to fit

around your overbust I did 84 foundation

single crochets and I’m normally a size

extra small

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once you’ve finished your foundation

single crochet chain wrap the chain

around your bust

so the fullest part of your upper body

and it’s okay if it stretches just make

sure the two ends can be if the two ends

meet you don’t need to increase if

there’s a gap measure the distance

between the two in make sure that there

are no twists in your chain and we’re

going to slip stitch into the first

chain

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to start round 1 we’re going to chain 1

and it counts as a stitch and then we’re

just going to single crochet into each

stitch along the round 2 single crochet

insert your hook into the next stitch

yarn over and pull through a loop you

should have two loops on your hook yarn

over and pull through two loops you’ve

created one single crochet place one

single crochet in each stitch along the

round we’re almost at the end of round

one and we’re going to place in our last

single crochet and then we’re going to

slip stitch into that chain space to

start round two you’re going to chain

one and then turn your work if you’re

not increasing you’re just going to

single crochet in each stitch until the

end of the round slip stitch into the

chain one and then turn repeat round two

until you’ve reached your desired length

if you want to make the roush or

sweetheart top take into account that

your top will become shorter

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if you’re increasing you’re going to add

sets of placing two single crochets into

the same stitch please refer to the blog

post to calculate the exact number of

stitches you need once your crop top is

your desired length

I personally crocheted 46 rows you are

going to slip stitch into that first

chain one and then you’re going to

fasten off this is what the finished

body piece looks like because we turned

after every chain we have a nice

straight seam down the middle of the top

now I would suggest trying on the top

and marking where you’d like the straps

to go I place the seam in the middle of

the front of the top because the ruching

hides it but if you want the square neck

version of this top I would suggest

placing it at the back on the side once

you’ve marked where you’d like your

strap to start insert your hook one gap

underneath the stitch marker so you

don’t want to insert your hook

underneath that thin chain here you can

see I’ve inserted the hook into the

first round of single crochets it just

helps to make the strap sturdier secure

your yarn and pull through a loop

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you’re going to chain one and then

you’re going to insert your hook into

the same space as the chain 1 and single

crochet single crochet into the next

three stitches you can make the straps

wider by adding more single crochets

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once you’re strapped say your desired

with chain one and ten

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single crochet into the first stitch and

then single crochet until the end of the

row chain 1 and then 10 repeat this

until your straps your desired length

personally I stitch 34 rows

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once your strap is your desired length

fasten off and leave a tail of ya

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we’re going to use this tail of yarn to

weave the end of the strap to the back

of the top thread your darning needle

and then we’re going to sew back and

forth in between the top until the strap

is secure

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once your strength is nice and secure

cut off your yarn and repeat these steps

for the other side here is the square

neck top if you only wanted this where

neck top you’ve now finished for the

Roush top cut a length of yarn

three times as long as the body of your

top threw in your needle with the piece

of yarn insert your hook at the bottom

of the tops to the right of the seen and

you’re going to weave the yarn up and

over each row

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when you get to the top stitch across

the seam to the left-hand side

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continue to sew the thread up and over

each row

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once you finish sewing pull on both

tails of yarn at the same time you can

customize the stuff to the length and

the amount of ruching that you want once

you’re at your desired length tie a

double knot and then weave in the tails

of your yarn to create a bandeau crop

top make a slipknot and insert your hook

into the loop now we’re going to create

a chain of chain the links should be

twice the length of the body of the crop

top plus 15 centimeters the chain is now

the desired length you’re going to cut

your yarn and then you’re going to

thread that tiny piece of yarn through

the last loop pull tight on both ends of

the chain and then trim away the excess

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we’re now going to weave the chain

through the top if you need help

use your crochet hook to pull the chain

through the stitches

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once you’ve woven in your chain pull on

the ends to make sure they’re even the

best thing about the sweet hat style top

is that you can constantly change the

link and just tie about at the bottom to

secure the top

now you’ve finished your sweetheart crop


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