High-Rise Top

Updated: Nov 4

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ABOUT

The High-Rise Top is a unique, sleeveless garment filled with eye-catching, textured lines that thoughtfully "connect" at every seam. This transitional piece can be layered, like a vest, or worn by itself, like a tank, making it perfect every season! It features a high-low slit, beautiful ribbed edges, and flattering upper body shaping.


Not to mention, this pattern offers easy to follow, row by row instructions for 16 different sizes (in a non-overwhelming way.) So, even those of you that are in between sizes can have the perfect fit! Plus, it includes helpful diagrams, example photos, and video tutorials that go over specific stitches so there's no confusion!



























CRAFT: Traditional crochet


DIFFICUTLY: Advanced


CONSTRUCTION: This top is worked in 4 separate panels from the bottom-up in rows, and then seamed.


SIZES: XXS (XS/S, M, L, XL/2X) (3X, 4X/5X, 6X)

For this particular pattern, I made 2 separate gauges so everyone can have the perfect fit! All you need to do is pick out the size that best matches your body (0" ease is recommended) and make sure to match the gauge listed above that measurement!


WHAT YOU'LL NEED

HOOKS:

Gauge A: 4 mm & 4.5 mm crochet hooks

Gauge B: 4.5 mm & 5 mm crochet hooks


YARN: Approx. 670 (845, 940, 1150, 1355) (1475, 1610, 1720) yards of Sugarwheel Cotton Solids by Yarn Bee (Great substitutions include: Somerstash Yarns Just Cotton 8 ply, Comfy Cotton by Lion Brand Yarn, YarnKart Cracker Cotton, or any dk weight yarn)


NOTIONS: scissors, tape measure, threading needle, stitch markers



BEHIND THE NAME

I've always been fascinated by the interesting lines on modern architecture (especially skyscrapers) and since that's where I pulled my inspiration from, I wanted the name to reflect that!


TESTERS

These amazing women poured so much time, money, and effort into testing this design and, for that, I'm so incredibly thankful. Scroll down to see each amazing lady in their new creation and don't forget to click on each photo to give some love on Instagram!



It looks awesome on everyone, right?! So go ahead and click your preferred shop below to grab the pattern today!


❤ Kayla

ETSY RAVELRY


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