Get ready for this summer season with this easy and so simple crochet tie front tank/cami top pattern.
This super cute front tie bralette top is very quick to make so the length is flexible to adjust for a full length or a crop length top.
The easy-tie front top is for all sizes.
Yeah, this simple tie front cami top is custom-made to your specific size they are made by measuring with a depth step-by-step video tutorial to guide you along the way to crocheting this summer top.
Best yarn for this cute tie front tank top pattern.
Summertime is perfect for cotton yarn or any plant-based fiber content.
In this example, I use 100% leftover cotton yarn in dk weight mix with 2 weights for maximum the beautiful drape that cotton yarn will provide.
Also, you can use any acrylic yarn or polyester fiber content yarn will do just fine.
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Material & material.
- In this top pattern,I used yarn weight 2 from Hobbii Rainbow 8/6 around 500 meters = 4 skeins for my cropped length top 12 inches.
- 1 skein of Hobbii rainbow 8/6 is 50 gram=105 m 100% cotton
- 4.0 mm crochet hook
- Sewing yarn needle
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Skill and abbreviations
You will need to know how to make (American crochet term)
- hdc, which means half double crochet
- ch Chain
- slip knot
- sk means skip-stitch
- dc, which means double crochet
The finished size for this crochet top is Approximately small bra cups A-B.
For me, the model wearing this piece, I am 4’9 feet tall, with a bust of 32 inches, a waistline of 27 inches, and a hip of 35 inches.
- This crochet top can be made in any size by measuring.
- The adjustable length of the top is by adding more rows to the bottom part of the top.
How to crochet a simple tie front top for beginner step-by-step video.
Tie front crochet tank top pattern instruction.
Crocheting a bra cup.
First, start making a bra cup by measuring your breast from the bottom part of your cup to the height of your nipples.
For example, mine got 3 inches, then we will chain the number that will match the length of your measurement.
Mine is 3 inches, so I make 10 chains for the foundation. (example, size fit cup A to B).
See full details on the video tutorial in the pattern construction part.
Start with ch 10 (cup a-b) (ch 12 cup c, ch 14 cup d). Make the cup.
Round 1: hdc in the second ch from hook. hdc in each ch across. In the last chain, you will make (3hdc) all in the same chain. Now we are on the back side of the chain you will make 1 hdc in each ch down the row. Ch1, turn your work.
Round 2: hdc in each stitch across from the previous round until you get to the center stitch from the 3hdc in the previous round. In that center st of 3hdc space make (3hdc) all in the same stitch, and then make hdc in each of the next stitches from the previous round. Ch1, turn in your work.
Round 3-7: repeat round 2 until you reach your desired width and height for your cup.
Repeat the same process for the second cup.
After we got 2 pieces of the cup we will join them together.
Join 2 crochet bra cups.
Now we will join 2 bra cups together in the back by slip stitch or sc then sc in each stitch across the bottom edge of the 2 bra cup.
Add the bottom part of the tie to the front top.
Now we are going to add a bottom part of the tie front top.
Round 1. Then start to crochet hdc in each stitch across at the end of the row chain3 and turn.
Round 2. 2 dc in the same st, *sk4 st, then make 5 dc in the next st* repeat this until the end of the row; at the end, make 3 dc in the turning chain from the previous row. Chain 3 and turn.
Round 3. 1 dc in each stitch across until the end of the row. Chain 3 and turn.
Round 4 and more repeat rows 2-3 until the bottom part of the top is long enough for your desired length.
Add a tie strap.
Make a tie by simply making a chain in any number you like that is long enough to reach your neck and back.
Make 1 more tie for tie-up in the front.