Honeycomb Crochet Tank Top by Briana K Designs

Honeycomb Crochet Tank Top

Crochet
March 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in double crochet
2.75 mm (C)
710 - 1500 yards (649 - 1372 m)
Small, Medium, Large, 1X, 2X, 3X
US
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It’s that time of year again when the bees are buzzing and the flowers are about to bloom. Or at least for some of us, we are dreaming of summer.

This unique use of filet hexagons creates a honeycomb look for a cool and wearable crochet summer top.

This pattern is worked as one piece, from bottom up, and in rows. If a longer length is desired add one more repeat on the body portion. A trim is added and at the same time buttonholes are created for the front.

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Supplies:
• 2.75 mm (C) Furls Odyssey Hook
Yarn Needle
Scissors
• 7-9 buttons (3/8 to 1/2 inch)

Yarn:
The yarn used for this is labeled as dk weight, however, when swatched it matches fingering weight yarns. If substituting I recommend using a fingering weight.
• Dk Weight Yarn
Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek DK
- 478 yards/ball
Gauge is 20 stitches by 10 rows fora 3”x3” swatch

Colorways Shown:
• Dijon
• Linen

Sizes:
Small: 32-34” bust (81-87 cm)
Medium: 36-38” bust (91-97 cm)
Large: 40-42” bust (102-107 cm)
1X: 44-46” bust (112-117 cm)
2X: 48-50” bust (123-51 cm)
3X: 52-54” bust (131-137 cm)

This patterned fabric has a stretch/ease to it. The measurements of the crochet fabric are actual bust measurements for a fitted garment without extra built-in ease.

Yardage:
Small: 710 yards (650 m)
Medium: 810 yards (740 m)
Large: 980 yards (896 m)
1X: 1100 yards (1005 m)
2X: 1300 yards (1189 m)
3X: 1500 yards (1372 m)

A stacked single crochet is made at the beginning of each row instead of chaining. The stacked single crochet counts as a double crochet stitch. The same stitch is modified for the decreases. Replacing the beginning chain with this method creates cleaner lines along the garment. It is helpful to place a marker at the beginning of each row to mark the first stitch. See blog post for more info: https://brianakdesigns.com/stacked-single-crochet/

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