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Baby Doll Top 'Tied Up'


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This sexy little number is perfect for everywhere from the beach to the bedroom. Teens will love the cute halter top design with low cut back. It's great as a bikini cover up, but would look equally at home with jeans, shorts or a flowing skirt. Wear it alone or over a close fitting tank. Spice up an evening at home or dare to wear it for a special occasion - this versatile top is easy to make and easy to wear. You begin by choosing the under bust band size, then you work on the skirt, then you choose the cup size, so you can mix and match to get the size to suit you! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Chain, single crochet, double crochet, increase, decrease. Basic sewing with needle and thread GAUGE Gauge: 19 sts x 22 rows = 4" over sc using smaller hook. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Sizes: Gauged by under bust measurement and cup size Under bust: S (M, L, XL) 20.5" (24.25", 28", 31.75") - unstretched measurements Cup sizes A (B, C, D)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Classic Elite Wool Bamboo - 50% Wool 50% Bamboo - 118yards/50g - 4 (4, 5, 6) - one extra skein may be required depending on cup size.
  • Hook Sizes F/5 3.75mm, G/6 4.25mm, blunt end needle, sewing needle, black thread, 7 yards 3/8" wide black velvet ribbon.

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I'm a freelance crochet and knitwear designer who lives in a log cabin in the mountains with my husband and 3 boys. Inspiration is all around me in everything I see, and ideas flow like the creek alongside the road! My website is - come on over and visit, especially if you need to brush up on your crochet or felting skills. All the stitches you need to know for my crochet patterns are explained step-by-step with both pictures and written instructions at Enjoy!