Festival Tassel Crop Top | Free Crochet Top Pattern

Festival-crochet-crop-top1
Save this Pin

 

If you are looking for that fun festival and free crochet top then look no further. What better way to get festive than by getting dressed in it?

 

This Festival crochet crop top is fun and frilly and a great step up for any crochet beginner. Check out the free pattern below!

 

Or add this to your Ravelry queue. If you would like a printable ad-free PDF pattern, loaded with images and it is available for purchase in my shop

 

DESIGN INSPIRATION

 

Having a fun top is something we all need in our wardrobe. Be it for parties, outdoor events, or a day at the beach! This crochet festival top was designed with coverage in mind. Not fully a bikini and not entirely a top either.

 

The mesh V shape panel and frilly tassels are a fun addition giving it some serious bohemian and hippie vibe.

 

FESTIVAL TOP DESCRIPTION

 

Festival Tassel Crop Top | Free Crochet Top Pattern

This festival frill crop top starts off with the basic cup shape using half-double crochet stitches. Then a gorgeous row of scallop stitches is added around the cups, followed by some fan stitches along the bottom of the cups with simple double crochet stitches.

 

Chains are then added along the entire bottom band. After this, you will become a master in chains. And to finish it off, just cut a couple of strands and work up a slip knot on every other chain along the bottom edge.

 

This top is easily adjustable to fit any cup size and body width with these string ties and stretchy yarns.

 

CHECK OUT MY LATEST VIDEO

 

 

Tools and Materials:

Yarn weight: DK Category 3
Brand: Cascade Fixation
Color: French Blue
Hook: 2.25mm
Gauge: 24 Hdc Sts x 16 Rows = 4in/ 10cm (square)
No. yarns (balls): Cup size: A[B/C/D/E/F] = 2[2/3/3/3/3]
Tools: tapestry needle, measuring tape, scissors, stitch markers

Skill: Easy +

 

 

This post contains affiliate links designed to provide a commission on purchases made at no cost to you. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases that support my work in providing new content and information on this site.

 

 

If you like this pattern, you might also like these other festival tops:

image 184

Dreamcatcher Top / Rainbow Pride Bralette / Cora Halter Top or
check out other top patterns here

 

Things to Note:

·      Prepare pattern gauge to get the right size.

·      This top is stretchable when using mentioned yarn

·      Turning chain does not count as a stitch unless mentioned otherwise.

·      The model is wearing Cup size A for reference

·      Refer to the measurement chart here

·      Abbreviation page available in English US format

·      If you would like extra support for bigger cups, you can add an elastic rubber band around the bottom band and paddings like these

 

Related Post:

Supporting Size-Inclusive

 

Festival Crochet Crop Top Free Pattern

Festival Crop Top

 

Instructions

 

Part 1: Making the Cups

1.   Foundation Row: Chain 15 for all sizes

2.   Row 1: On the 2nd Ch from hook, work a Hdc and cont to Hdc across. Ch1, turn (14 sts)

3.   Row 2: Work 14 Hdc Sts, turn to the side and work 5 hdc sts on the last rows post, Hdc 14 sts on the chain side, Ch1 turn

4.   Row 3: Hdc 16 Sts, work 5 Hdc in the next St, Hdc 16 Sts, Ch1, turn

5.   Row 4: Hdc 18 Sts, work 5 Hdc on next St, Hdc 18 Sts, Ch1, turn

6.   Row 5: Hdc 20 Sts, work 5 hdc on next St, Hdc 20 Sts, Ch1, turn

7.   Row 6: Hdc 22 Sts, on the next St, work 3hdc in next St, Hdc till the end, Ch 1 turn.

8.   Row 7: *(cont to Hdc until the 1st St of the 3hdc group Sts, work 3hdc on the next St, Hdc across, Ch 1 turn) Rep (*) for 4[6/ 8/ 10/ 12/ 14] more rows or until you’re preferred size.

9.   Last Row: Scallop Pattern. *(Sk 2 Sts, work 5 Dc on next St , Sk2, Sc) rep (*) until the last 3 Sts before the tip/top of the cup.

10.  Make tie string here. On the next step, pull two arms-length worth of yarn (see image below) or approx. 60in / 150cm of yarn 4 times. Fold in half. You should have 120in/ 300cm of double yarn.

 

 

measure ties
 2 arms length
 

 

11.  Sk 2 Sts, insert hook through the next St, draw up a loop and YO double yarn and Sc. Work a double yarn chain till the end. Finished length about 28in/ 70cm.

12.  Pick up yarn and Pt St, Cont scallop pattern. *(Sk2 Sts, work 5 Dc on next St , Sk2, Sc) rep(*) until last St.

13.  Bind off and rep steps 1 – 12 to make a second cup.

14.  At the end of the second cup, connect both cups by making 5 chains, Slst on RS corner of the other cup (ref image5)

15.  Slst 3 Sts up on the scallop, Hdc 5 on Ch, Slst on 3rd St. Bind off

 

Side tie

1.     Prepare yarn and pull two arms-length worth of yarn (see image above) 4 times, then fold in half.

2.     Turn work bottom side up and insert hook through the last rows post on the corner of the right cup. Draw up loop (both yarns) and complete double yarn chain till the end.

3.     Pick up yarn from the last post and Sc (loosely) on each row across through the 2nd cup.

4.     Rep step 1, Pt both yarn end on the last St and complete double yarn chain till the end.

 

Part 2:Fan stitches

5.     Row 1: Pick up yarn where was left off and insert hook through the last rows post and *(Ch 5, Sk 1 row, Sc) rep(*) until the last row, Sk middle/joining Ch (Ref image 5), cont (*) until the 2nd last row. Ch 3, Dc on the last row. Ch 5 turn

6.     Row 2: A/C/F Cup only: Sc the next loop, *(work 8 Dc in the next loop, Sc the next loop, Ch 5, Sc in the next loop, Ch 5, Sc in next loop), rep(*) until 4thlast loop, work 8 Dc in the next loop, Sc the next loop, Ch 3, Dc in the last loop. Ch 5 turn.

7.     Row2: B/ D/ E Cup only: Sc the next loop, *(Ch 5, Sc in the next loop, Ch 5, Sc in the next loop, work 8 Dc in the next loop, Sc in the next loop), rep(*) until 2nd last loop, Ch 3, Dc in the last loop. Ch 5 turn.

8.     Row 3: A/ C/ F Cup only Ch 1, Dc in each Dc St, Ch 1, *(Sc in the next loop, Ch 5, Sc in the next loop, Ch 1, Dc in each Dc St, Ch 1), rep(*) until the last loop, Slst 3 sts, Ch 1 turn.

9.     Row 3: B/ D/ E Cup only: Sc in the next loop, *(Ch 5, Sc on next loop, Ch 1, Dc in each Dc St, Ch 1, Sc in the next loop), rep(*) until 3rd last loop, Ch 5, Sc in next loop, Ch 3, Dc in the last loop. Ch 1 turn.

10.  Row 4: A/ C/ F Cup only Ch 5, Sc on next loop, [Ch 1*(Dc, Ch 1) 8x in each Dc St, Sc in the next loop] rep[*] until the last St, Ch 3, Dc on the last loop, turn.

11.  Row 4: B/ D/ E Cup only: [Ch 1*(Dc, Ch 1) 8x in each Dc St, Sc in the next loop] rep[*] until the last St, Ch 1, Sc the last loop, turn.

12.  Row 5 (All sizes): Sc in each St, Ch 5 turn

13.  Row 6: *(Sk 3 Sts, Sc in the 4th St, Ch 5) rep(*) until the 2nd last loop. Ch3, Dc in the last loop, Ch 5 turn

14.  Row 7: Sc on the next loop. Cont to Ch 5 and Sc on each loop. On the 2nd last loop, Ch 3, Dc, Ch 5, turn.

15.  Next Rows: Rep Row 7 until you only have 1 loop left. Bind off

 

 

 

Join Our Mailing List

If you would like to receive free written patterns and video tutorials straight into your inbox, just click Subscribe to get into our mailing list.

 

Part 3: Tassel

1.   Cut 2 pcs of yarns approx 8 in/ 20cm each.

2.   Fold in half and insert hook through the last (bottom) loop. Draw up 2 loops

3.   Yo, Pt both yarns.

4.   Rep step 1– 3 on every other row.

5.   Lay flat and trim edges to get a straight cut

6.   Weave in all loose ends.

 

 

image 195

 

image 197
END

 

If you are looking for the entire tool used to make this Festival Frill Crop Top crochet pattern, check them out here below:

If you would like to receive free written patterns and video tutorials straight into your inbox, just click Subscribe to get into our mailing list.

 

Don’t forget to tag me on Instagram and Facebook @theknottylace, I would love to see your work!

 

Happy hooking
Shaz🌺


Follow me on social:
Instagram | Pinterest Facebook Twitter YouTube
Subscribe and get all the new patterns and updates in your inbox

 

 

This video and images are copyrighted by The Knotty Lace and are free for your personal use. I ask that you do not copy, share, adjust, alter or resell this information and/or images. If you wish to copy this post, please provide a link back to this page. Thank you.

You may also like:

Leave a Comment