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The Marley Halter

from Naturally Nora Crochet
(4) Name: 'Crocheting : The Marley Halter
The Marley Halter
The Marley Halter
The Marley Halter
The Marley Halter
The Marley Halter

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Skill level: Intermediate (SC, HDC, DC, detailed instructions AND chart provided for the "open scallop" stitch)

Pattern Description:

This listing is for a crochet pattern for The Marley Halter, part of my Summerland Collection.

A quick to make halter top, ready to enjoy some warmer weather. I have rated it as an intermediate level pattern, but don't be intimidated! It is surprisingly quick to work up. The pattern includes a chart and detailed instructions for the lacey stitch used. The little girl in your life will love it for spring and summer!

All patterns written in standard US terms.

Sizes (all included in pattern):

Measured around chest, & chest to waist:

2-3T: 22", 8" long
4-5T: 24", 10" long
6-7: 26" 12" long
8-10: 28" 13" long
Yarn:
Any worsted weight yarn. Cotton or cotton blend recommended. Yarn suggestions included with pattern.

Skill level:
Intermediate (SC, HDC, DC, detailed instructions AND chart provided for the "open scallop" stitch)

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Gauge:

3 scallops, 6 rows= 4"

Materials:

  • -Yarn: oAny worsted weight yarn in main color (200-280 yards) -I used: oLion Brand Cotton-Ease in Seaspray -Crochet hook size 5.0 mm -Tapestry needle

Suggested yarn:

280 yards of Worsted weight

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$4.00

Intermediate
Crocheting
Clothing
Girls
Shirt
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I'm Nicole. Mine are the creative hands behind Naturally Nora Crochet. Come visit the Naturally Nora Crochet blog: http://www.naturallynoracrochet.blogspot.com/
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