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DIY KNIT CROP TOP PATTERN

I am so happy to finally be able to share this pattern with you in collaboration with Sirdar!
The top is really easy to make if you want to make your own and I highly recommend this pattern for beginners in knitting as well!
The yarn used for this crop top is Hayfield  Chunky with  Wool (Muscat  696) and 15mm (U.S 19) straight needles!  The design is pretty much straighforward, simple yet very elegant! I think this would make a lovely gift or even a great piece for your own fashion wardrobe.
The Pattern
Size: One size fits most
46 cm(18 inces) x 40 cm (16 inches) long

Materials
- Hayfield Chunky With Wool (80% Acrylic, 20% Wool; 145 meters/100 grams): Muscat (696) 200 gr.
- 15 mm US size (19) straight knitting needles
- tapestry needle for sewing together

Gauge
9 sts x 12 rows=10cm (4 inches) in Stockinette Stitch

Pattern Notes
Top is knitted in two pieces which are then sewn together.

Crop Top
CO 36 sts
Work Ribbing 1x1 for 6 Rounds.
Start working in Stockinette Stitch until piece measures 23 cm (9 inches)  from beginning.

Shape Arms
CO 3 sts at the beginning of the row, work stockinette stitch, CO 3 sts at the end or row. (42 sts)
Continue working in stockinette stitch, until piece measures 40cm (16 inches) from beginning.

Shape Neck
Work in Stockinette Stitch for next 11 sts, bind off middle 20 sts, work remaining sttiches in Stockinette Stitch.
Now you are going to bind off both sides simultaneously.
Fasten off.
Weave in any remaining ends.

Finishing
Using the tapestry needle and mattress stitch sew the two pieces together.
That's it! Enjoy your new top!
I hope you enjoy this pattern! Let me know if you give it a try! Make sure you tag your projects with #littlethingsblogged on Instagram  so that I can see!

Enjoy the rest of your day!

With thanks to Sirdar for kindly providing the yarn for creating this pattern.
Opinions expressed here are my own.

3 comments

  1. Your pattern notes say "crochet" the two pieces - they're knitted.

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    1. Oops, just corrected! Thanks!:)

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  2. This is beautiful, love that colour so much!

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