Author:
Jessica Carey

Hey, everyone! I’m Jessica and I REALLY like to make pretty things. For the last several years I’ve gone from teaching myself to crochet, to selling my makes to friends and family, to opening an Etsy shop, to pattern designing and now I am so fortunate to have worked with some of the biggest brands and companies in the fiber world from all around the world.

Peek-A-Boo Crop Top Crochet Pattern

Patterns/DIY
5/15/2018

Hey everyone!!

I am SOOOO excited!! As you've all seen the new patterns I've released and shared them here on the blog for free, I wanted to also bring in my original patterns as well!! Up first is my Peek-A-Boo Crop Top crochet pattern! I had so much fun designing this piece a few years back, and it's still one of my favorites!

Want to snag a printer-friendly and beautifully templated version of this pattern?! Head over to EtsyRavelry, and Love Crochet to snag your copy! Thank you for supporting me!!

Though this may be an "oldie", this is for sure a "goodie". With adjustable straps in the back, it allows for a perfect and custom fit! Simple stitches, easy shaping.. this is bound to be a new favorite pattern for your library!

If you would like a printer-friendly, beautifully templated version of this pattern, you can find them available for purchase on EtsyRavelry and, Love Crochet. The BRAND NEW pattern template was gorgeously and custom designed by Teresa Carter from DeBrosse NYC - check out her other pattern templates and products in her Etsy shop!

This darling crop top pattern is sure to be a hit with your friends and customers. Crochet your own Peek-A-Boo crop top with an adjustable and customizable back design. This pattern is written as a one size fits most and is written in detail and accompanied with pictures to further help you fully understand each step.

This is an easy pattern and uses basic crochet techniques to complete.

You may sell items made from using this pattern but PLEASE remember to reference my shop, The Hook Nook, for which pattern you used. Thank you!

Materials:

-K/6.5mm crochet hook

-One skein of your favorite cozy worsted weight yarn (I used Vanna’s Choice in the photo above)

-Yarn needle

-Scissors

Key:

-CH: Chain

-Sl St: Slip Stitch

-SC: Single Crochet

-HDC: Half Double Crochet

-HDCDEC: Half Double Crochet Decrease

-Sts: Stitches 

Peek-A-Boo Crop Top:

1. CH61.

2. SC in second CH from hook. SC across. CH1, turn. (60)

3. SC across. CH 1, turn. (60)

4-8. HDC across. CH1, turn. (60)

9. HDCDEC. HDC in next 56 sts. HDCDEC last two sts. CH1, turn. (58)

10. HDCDEC. HDC in next 54 sts. HDCDEC last two sts. CH1, turn. (56)

11. HDCDEC. HDC in next 52 sts. HDCDEC last two sts. CH1, turn.(54)

12. HDCDEC. HDC in  next 50 sts. HDCDEC last two sts. CH1, turn.(52)

13. HDCDEC. HDC in next 48 sts. HDCDEC last two sts. CH1, turn. (50)

14. HDCDEC. HDC in next 46 sts. HDCDEC last two sts. CH1, turn. (48)

15. HDCDEC. HDC in next 44sts. HDCDEC last two sts. CH1, turn. (46)

16. HDCDEC. HDC in next 42 sts. HDCDEC last two sts. CH1, turn.(44)

17. HDCDEC. HDC in next 40 sts. HDCDEC last two sts. CH1, turn. (42)

18. HDCDEC. HDC in next 38 sts. HDCDEC last two sts. CH1, turn. (40)

19. HDCDEC. HDC in next 14 sts. CH1, turn. (15)

20. HDC in next 13 sts. HDCDEC. CH1, turn. (14)

21. HDCDEC. HDC in next 12 sts. CH1, turn. (13)

22. HDC in next 11 sts. HDCDEC. CH1, turn. (12)

23. HDCDEC. HDC in next 10 sts. Finish off. (11)

24. Reattach yarn to row 18. You will want 8 sts separating each section (see photo reference below). Sl St to proper stitch. CH1, HDC in same stitch. HDC in next 13 sts. HDCDEC in last two sts. (15)

25. HDCDEC. HDC in next 13 sts. CH1, turn. (14)

26. HDC in next 12 sts. HDCDEC in last two sts. CH1, turn. (13)

27. HDCDEC. HDC in next 11 sts. CH1, turn. (12)

28. HDC in next 10 sts. HDCDEC in last two sts. CH1, turn. (11)

29. HDCDEC. HDC in next 9 sts. CH8. Do not twist the CH. HDC in next available HDC on the other side. HDC in next 9 sts. HDCDEC. CH1, turn. (20, plus the CH8) 

30. HDCDEC. HDC in next 8 sts. Now at the chains, HDC in each of the 8 across. Now on the other side, HDC in next 8 sts. HDCDEC. CH1, turn. (26)

31. HDCDEC. HDC in next 22 sts. HDCDEC. CH1, turn. (24)

32. HDCDEC. HDC in next 20 sts. HDCDEC. CH1, turn. (22)

33. HDCDEC. HDC in next 18 sts. HDCDEC. Ch1, turn. (20)

34. CH115. Finish off.

35. Sl St to opposite top corner. CH115. Finish off. 

36. Weave in ends. Do not trim or weave in ties. You’ll need the extra yarn ends for the next step.

Now you have completed your crop top. Woohoo! Attach a yarn needle to the tail of one of your ties. Using the photo below as a guide, sew the tie through the top. Repeat with the other tie. This design allows for a custom fit for most sizes. If you choose to sell your crop tops, you can advertise them as a one size fits most. You can tell your customer the measurements of the piece and allow them to decide if they think it will fit their bust. I am a 30D and you can see above how it fits me. The tie design allows it to fit most band sizes. As for cup size, it will be based on their comfort level. 

 

Congratulations on completing your Peek-A-Boo Crop Top! I can’t wait to see the color choices you choose. If you post your photos to Instagram, please tag me and use the hashtag #thehooknookers to share with others!

Enjoy!

xo,

Jessica

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