Lay both rectangles side by side, with double crochet sections in the center These were the final rows. Tie off and weave in ends. Next, fold so the head and neck opening is halved. Seam up each side of the shirt with a whip stitch or slip stitch. You may start your seam 3 inches up from the bottom for the look pictured.
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Leave at least an 8. Note: These seams may be adjusted to fit your personal taste. As written the front of the shirt is shorter than the back of the shirt. Simply make your center front and back seams equal in length in order to make the front and back sides the same. Above: Two identical rectangles are complete. Next, lay them flat as pictured but with the double crochet rows lined up together in the center. You will seam the center from the bottom up, connecting the sections of double crochet from each rectangle.
Above: Seaming the two rectangles together with a slip stitch seam. You may also seam with a whip stitch if you prefer. Above: Seams are complete up the front and down the back, leaving a hole for the head. The piece is now folded so that the head opening is halved. Now seam up each side. What do you like to crochet during spring and summer?
Also I agree with the lady that said she was a seasoned knitter — I knit alot more than crocheted but your patterns are amazing and easy to follow too! Thanks Alot — and the pics are very very nice too! Hi Erna — thanks for your sweet words about my pics. Just love your patterns. You are soooooooooo talented. Aww thanks Jill! This is a really fun one to make.
I hope that you enjoy it as well. Have a great day and thank so much for taking the time to leave me a sweet comment! Love the diversity of your patterns as I also love knitting. Use to teach both at a High School as an Art Class for adults years ago. Wishing you well. I notice in all the pics of the topcho you seem to be holding it in front! Is there a reason for that? Thanks for your response in advance. I just like to grab the shirt I guess! Is it possible to do your Topcho seamless? Love it BTW. You could just continue the first rectangle, leaving a gap for the head opening, chaining the next row where the gap is to close the gap, and continue the rectangle for the other half.
That makes sense in my head. I would have to try it out to see if it works.
Oh my goodness, this is beautiful! Just as soon as I finish the light frost cardigan for my daughter.
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Love your patterns and thank you for sharing them with us. Hi Becky! Have a great weekend!!! And enjoy making the cardigan. Hi, Jessica. Love this pattern, your lovely photos and your instructions.
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Just wondering if you think this would work up in cotton yarn…making it a little ore wearable in the warmer months. Thanks for your response. Thanks for the kind words about the pattern and photos! Love, love this top. On my way to purchase yarn so I can start project today! Thank you for sharing! Hope you love making it. What size are you wearing in the pictures? I am thinking of making this but with the front as long as the back…guessing I would make each row longer.
Lovely piece! Do I just add more stitches to the from panels? Thank you for lovely patterns and sharing with us. Hi Marinda — Yes, you can make them equal. Simply follow the same pattern until you seam. When you seam, make them equal lengths in front and back. Woo hoo! Go Betsy! I hope that you like the project! And yay for pretty Colorado landscapes, right? And I especially love the vertical lines instead of the usual horizontal lines in other top patterns.
I do have one question: in row 6 the stitch count is for large size , in row 7 it says to dc in the 5th stitch from the hook and the stitch count is That first chain counts as a stitch, and you need to be sure to make the final double crochet in that turning chain as well. Maybe that will help? What a great way to make a V neck without all the complexity of increase and decrease. I love the versatility of long in back and shorter in front. The simple stich patterns look very rich and textured.
Thanks so much. Thanks for taking the time to let me know that you like the pattern.
I am Halfway done the first panel and I have a few questions 1 when you chain and D. In the 5th stitch you get a decent size hole. In row 14 it says to Sl below into the 2 chain below the it says to repeat and just says to slip stitch is it below or not? Simply repeat the stitch pattern and slip stitch into that ch 2 for row Hope this helps!postxaboseter.tk
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The DC in 5th stitch from hook leaves a large hole? I hope this helps! That definitely would cause a hole. I just wanted to say thank you for your wonderful patterns and easy to follow tutorials that go with them!
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