Here are the some of the pattern notes for the Breezy Top that will come in handy for this project. The full PDF pattern is available below for those of you interested.

Yarn: #3 DK Yarn
Tunisian Hook: 8 mm
Additional materials: yarn needle & scissors.
Stitch markers (optional)

Yarn: I used approximately 6 skeins of Cotton to the Core, by KnitPal to make this adult small-medium top. 

Color: Jean Blue.

852 yards/300 g (total yardage)

Note: You can substitute any yarn of choice for this project. If you choose a different yarn weight, check the label and use a hook twice the recommended size to crochet a netting/lace fabric. 

You’ll need to take the following measurements:

A = Shoulder Width: Measure across from the end of one shoulder to 

the other. 

B = Shoulder to Hip length: (this can be adjusted to suit your preferred garment length). Measure from the top of your shoulder to the end of your desired length.

C = Bust: Measure across the widest part of the bust (across, not around).

D = Arm Circumference: Measure around the widest part of your arm.

E = Sleeve Length: Measure from your shoulder to your elbow.

F = Cleavage: Measure from the base of your neck (on the shoulder) towards the center of your chest (to however low you want the cleavage to end). 

Note: we’ll be adding a few rows of trim to the collar (between 0.5-1 inch, or 2-3 cm), so keep that added length in mind as you take the cleavage measurement.

Multiples of 4

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Atenas Ruiz-Ramos

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I’m Atenas, the designer and content creator for Mode Bespoke.

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