Kathryn Wrap Top by Creations By Courtney

Kathryn Wrap Top

Crochet
December 2019
Aran (8 wpi) ?
14.85 stitches and 10.28 rows = 4 inches
in 13 sts = 3.5”, 9 pattern rows = 3.5”
5.0 mm (H)
735 - 1911 yards (672 - 1747 m)
XS to 5X
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Inspired by a vintage sewing pattern, named after a friend, and yarn from my stash, you have the Kathryn Wrap Top. This is a garment designed to be shorter in length to wear with pants or over a dress, and to let the yarn shine. There’s a subtle texture created for drawing your eyes to the garment. The bow tie is fun, and can be made in the same color or a coordinating color of yarn or ribbon.

Although simple stitches were used, an intermediate technique is used to create the neck opening. If you’re familiar with foundation stitches, then this project will be easy peasy.

Be prepared for this to become a new wardrobe staple!

Finished Sizes
X-Small: to fit bust 28-30”; finished width: 20”; length folded in half: 20”
Small: to fit bust 32-34”; finished width: 22”; length folded in half: 20”
Medium: to fit bust: 36-38”; finished width: 26”; length folded in half: 20”
Large: to fit bust: 40-42”; finished width: 30”; length folded in half: 21
1X-Large to fit bust: 44-46”; finished width: 34”; length fold in half: 21”
2X-Large to fit bust: 48-50”; finished width: 38”; length fold in half: 22”
3X-Large to fit bust: 52-54”; finished width: 42”; length fold in half: 22”
4X-Large to fit bust: 56-58”; finished width: 44”; length fold in half: 23”
5X-Large to fit bust: 60-62”; finished width: 46”; length fold in half: 23”

Garment is designed to have 2” of positive ease, so you can choose to go up or down in size based on finished measurements

This pattern is not to be duplicated or resold, and not to be reproduced commercially. You may sell finished products on Etsy, at farmers markets, and craft fairs, but please credit Creations By Courtney as the pattern’s author.