Pineapple Lace Cropped Vest

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Pineapple Lace Cropped Vest Pattern


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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

advanced skill level requirement Expert

Pattern Description:

The classic crochet pineapple motif meets today's fun summer fashion accessory! These pretty pineapples can be worked in any lighter weight category 2 yarn. Take a look at the yarn database for lots of different suggestions.

This lacy cropped vest is the perfect accent over your bikini for a bit of classic glamour.

Also available are patterns for matching HairWrap, Barefoot Sandals, Bracelet, and Bikini Shorts!

Pattern has been designed and tested for one size (M) to fit bust of about 36 to 38 inches. The bottom of the vest is formed from a connected row of 10 circle motifs measuring about 32.5 inches around unstretched, to fit just under the bust and then flares out.

Design is meant to be close-fitting and allows for only about 2 inches of ease. If you desire a bit more 'room', consider working with a larger hook for a looser-fitting garment. There are some notes on how to personalize your size a bit more, through experimenting with different hook sizes and/or changing the number of circle motifs, although those modifications have not been tested and verified.

Take a look at the Ravelry yarn database for lots of different suggestions on yarn choices-

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Medium, bust 36-38 inches


  • 3.25 mm crochet hook

Suggested yarn:

450 yards of Sport weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Red Heart Luster Sheen

About Designer

About Designer

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~Heritage Heartcraft, heirloom quality thread crochet by Cara Louise~

I have been crocheting since about 1974 at age 8 when my mother taught me with regular yarn and larger crochet hooks. A year or so later, she found a bag that had been her mother's which contained some gorgeous doilies her mother had made, along with some skinny crochet thread and some impossibly small steel crochet ...

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