Peasant Top Crochet Pattern - Add this girly and flirty Peasant Top Crochet Pattern to your Spring closet! The ruffles add a feminine touch and they are so much easier to create than you might think.
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Peasant Top Crochet Pattern

March 28, 2018
Peasant Top Crochet Pattern - Add this girly and flirty Peasant Top Crochet Pattern to your Spring closet! The ruffles add a feminine touch and they are so much easier to create than you might think.
Peasant Top Crochet Pattern - Add this girly and flirty Peasant Top Crochet Pattern to your Spring closet! The ruffles add a feminine touch and they are so much easier to create than you might think.

Add this girly and flirty Peasant Top Crochet Pattern to your Spring closet! The ruffles add a feminine touch and they are so much easier to create than you might think.

 Peasant Top Crochet Pattern - Add this girly and flirty Peasant Top Crochet Pattern to your Spring closet! The ruffles add a feminine touch and they are so much easier to create than you might think.

For this top I used I Love This Cotton! Yarn from Hobby Lobby. It’s one of my favorite cotton yarns for a great price. I love the pretty baby blue with the subtle white stripe. Perfect for Spring!

Peasant Top Crochet Pattern - Add this girly and flirty Peasant Top Crochet Pattern to your Spring closet! The ruffles add a feminine touch and they are so much easier to create than you might think.

The construction of this top is super easy. It’s 2 rectangles sewn together to make this fun blouse! The top is fitted with the ruffles starting just above the bust line. There’s a cute white trim right above the ruffles. This can be made in any length! The rectangle are made from the top down, so just continue the pattern until you have the desired length.

Peasant Top Crochet Pattern - Add this girly and flirty Peasant Top Crochet Pattern to your Spring closet! The ruffles add a feminine touch and they are so much easier to create than you might think.

 

PEASANT TOP CROCHET PATTERN

 

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Materials
I Love this Cotton! Yarn in Pale Denim (4 skeins for S, 5 skeins for M/L, 6 skeins for XL/1X) and 1 skein of white (you’ll use just a small amount)
H/5.0 mm hook
Yarn needle
Scissors

Level
easy – must be very familiar with basic crochet stitches

Pattern Notes & Stitches to Know
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
sc – single crochet
tr – treble crochet

Ch 2 at beginning of each round does not count as stitch

Approximate Finished Sizes
Length: S (17”) M (20”) L (23”) XL (26”) 1X (29”)
Width across the top: S (19”) M  (21”) L (23”)XL (25”) 1X (27”)

Gauge:
11 dc = 4”
7 rows = 4”

RECTANGLES (make 2)

Pattern written in S, M noted in ( ), L noted in [ ], XL noted in { }, 1X noted in < >

(leave a long starting tail for sewing)

Start with Pale Denim, Ch 57, (61), [65], {69}, <73>

Row 1: dc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across (55 dc, (59 dc), [63 dc], {67 dc}, <71 dc>)

Row 2 – 10 (12) [14] {16} <18>: ch 2, turn, dc in each stitch across (55 dc, (59 dc), [63 dc], {67 dc}, <71 dc>)

Change to White

(next row will be the wrong side, you can see the decorative ruffle on the other side of this stitch)

Row 11 (13) [15] {17} <19>: ch 1, turn, sc in first stitch, *tr in next, sc in next* repeat from * to  across

Change to Pale Denim

Row 12 (14) [16] {18} <20>: ch 2, turn, dc in first stitch, *2 dc in next, dc in next* repeat from * to * across (82 dc, (88 dc), [94 dc], {100 dc}, <106 dc>)

Row 13 (15) [17] {19} <21>: ch 2, turn, dc in first stitch, *2 dc in next, dc in next* repeat from * to * across (123 dc, (132 dc), [141 dc], {150 dc}, <159 dc>)

Row 14 (16) [18] {20} <22>: ch 2, turn, dc in each stitch across (123 dc, (132 dc), [141 dc], {150 dc}, <159 dc>)

Repeat previous row to row 28 (32) [36] {40} <44>

Fasten off (leave a long tail for sewing)

CONSTRUCTION

Lay both sides on top of each other, wrong side out

(so the decorative ruffle is on the inside)

Mark where you want to sew across the shoulders (I marked about 12 stitches in from both sides)

Use your long beginning tail to sew the shoulders closed with a whipstitch

Then mark where you want to sew along down each side. I sewed from the bottom up to the white trim with a whip stitch (I used the long ending tail for sewing)

Weave in all your ends and turn the top right side out.

Finished!

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