Crochet Halter Top Free Pattern

Crochet Halter Top Free Pattern

This cute crochet halter top is a perfect choice for summer time. You can wear it on the beach or go out in the evening. This simple pattern will help you to create a necessary accessory for this hot summer.

Materials:

Elastic Yarn: Nako Comfort Stretch /90% Microfiber, 10% Polyester/211 yards / 50 grams – 2 skeins

Crochet Hook: 2,00 mm

Stitches Used: ch-chain, sl st-slip stitch, dc-double crochet

Size: 32-34 A,B,C,D

The Front Part

Row 1: ch-41,  dc in the 3rd ch from the hook, dc in each ch across

Row 2-26: ch-2, turn, 2 dc in same space, dc in each dc to the last st, 3 dc in the last st

Row 27-36: ch-2, turn, dc in each dc to the end of the row

Crochet Halter Top

The Back Horizontal Stripe

Row 1: ch-3, dc in next 21 dc across

Row 2: ch-3, dc in next 3 dc, * ch-2, skip 2 dc, dc in next dc, ch-2, skip 2 dc, dc in next 4 dc ** repeat from * to ** once

Row 3: ch-3, dc in next 3 dc, * ch-2, dc in next dc, ch-2, dc in next 4 dc ** repeat from * to ** once

Repeat Row 1-3 9 times

Repeat Row 1

Join the stripe with sl st to opposite side

Crochet Halter Top

The Back Vertical Stripe

Make 31 dc in the middle of the stripe

Row 1: ch-3, dc in next 3 dc, * ch-2, skip 2 dc, dc in next dc, ch-2, skip 2 dc, dc in next 4 dc ** repeat from * to ** twice

Row 2: ch-3, dc in next 3 dc, * ch-2, dc in next dc, ch-2, dc in next 4 dc ** repeat from * to ** twice

Row 3: ch-3, dc in next 30 dc across

Repeat Row 1-3 8 times

Crochet Halter Top Back

Front Stripes

Row 1: ch-3, dc in next 3 dc, ch-2, skip 2 dc, dc in next dc, ch-2, skip 2 dc, dc in next 4 dc

Row 2: ch-3, dc in next 3 dc, * ch-2, dc in next dc, ch-2, dc in next 4 dc

Row 3: ch-3, dc in next 12 dc

Repeat Row 1-3 7 times

Join stripes with sl st to the front part

Crochet Halter Top Stripes

Crochet Halter White Top

Crochet Halter Top Front

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20 comments

  1. mich says:

    Hi! Are you familiar with monaco mercerized cotton yarn size 8? Can it be used for this pattern? I couldn’t find nako comfort stretch here in our country. What do you suggest i could use as a substitute?

  2. Radyance says:

    Ok I have made the front part but I’m confused as to how to start on the horizontal back stripe…is it connected to the front part? after I chain 3 where do I start the double crochet

  3. April says:

    Hi Jane,
    i love this pattern and I’m gonna try and make it for my daughter. I don’t have elastic yarn but the yarn I have does have a bit of stretch in it.
    Because I don’t have the elastic yarn can you please tell me approximately how wide this is at the top.
    39 dc’s of the first row is measuring up to 7 inches for me. I think that may be too wide.
    Looking forward to your advice.
    Thanks.

    April

  4. Natalie says:

    Hi i have the same question as below and did not see your response
    Radyance says: October 19, 2015 at 6:26 pm
    Ok I have made the front part but I’m confused as to how to start on the horizontal back stripe…is it connected to the front part? after I chain 3 where do I start the double crochet

  5. Al says:

    Love the pattern and am making it for a friend but I have one question. How many DCs are in row 36 of the front part? According to my calculations (following the pattern above) I get 140 but counting the stitches in the second picture it looks closer to 126. Any help would be appreciated!

  6. Stella says:

    I used your pattern and I made my own top….but I added more rows in the front part and two more horizontal stripes at the back!!!thank you so much, you were very helpfull!!!😊

  7. Jessica says:

    Hi! Do you have bottoms to go with this top? Bikini bottoms with the back pattern on the hip straps?

    I’m about to make this for a friend and she wants bottoms also. Thanks!

  8. Shannon says:

    Hi. I’m not sure I can find this yarn, and of course, gauge is an issue. Can you tell me what the measurements are? All I really need is the width of the bottom of the front piece. Thanks!

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