Crochet V Neck Fringe Crop Top

Crochet V Neck Fringe Crop Top

so to get this top started we are going to grab our category four yarn make a slipknot we’re gonna grab our 5millimeter hook and we’re first gonna make a chain that fits around the widest part of your bust minus 7 inches and once when you have your chain all we’re gonna do from here is block off that last loop chain up one and then we’re going to insert our hook into that loop that we blocked off or the second loop from the hook with a single crochet and this part is easy peasy lemon squeezy so we’re just going to put one single crochet into every loop going down our chain once we make it to the end of our chain we’re going to chain up one and then work our way back and then this part is actually going to be the part that covers our bust but starting from right beneath the v-neck and right above the bottom triangles that we have so that little part that covers all the goodies so go ahead and make that piece and then I’ll meet you back once we have that all finished so as you guys and see I have my block of single crochet and I also have a little bit of this connecting portion that’s going to help us connect to the V all finished as well and just as are ference for my block of single crocheted not including this guy I have three inches and then now this part it’s not going to be our cup this is actually just gonna be the part that connects up to our V this part is going to actually cover us but in order to do this part we’re going to need to figure out where the middle is first and then we’re going to measure out see where we want the triangles to actually start in the place where I place these outside stitch markers is in front of our underarm not directly underneath because this doesn’t need to connect to the back but maybe an inch or so in front so from one end to the next I have about five and a half inches maybe a little bit more than that and .

I went ahead and made sure that I had the same length on this side double check for the amount of loops for this as well because you don’t want this to be uneven and so next we’re just gonna get started on this triangle I already have this one done so we’re just gonna use this as a template so we’re just gonna insert our hook into our middle loop grab our yarn make aslip knot and then we’re just gonna put one row of single crochet going from this stitch marker going down to the next one it’s all we’re gonna do is pull through chain up one and then put one single crochet into every loop and then I’ll meet you back once when we’re about to start our next row so I just put our first row of single crochet down for our triangle and then we’re just gonna take a look at this one really really quick as you guys can see this is where the V starts in the front and this side isn’t as steep as this side we’re going to be putting one decrease into every single row on this end so that it can taper up a little bit quicker but then on the inside we’re going to be doing a decrease into every other row so just to show you guys how to decrease all.

we’re gonna do is chain up one flip our work and then in order to do a decrease on this side what we’re gonna do is insert our hook into the first loop pull through go into the second loop pull through yarn over pull through all three and that is a single crochet decrease and then from here our first row or I guess our second row that we’re doing we’re going to single crochet all the way down and then we’re going to leave the last two loops because we’re going to do another decrease so we’ve single crochet it all the way down and we left the last two loops on this side and now we’re going to do another decrease so from here we’re just gonna insert our hook into the first loop yarn over pull through insert a hook into the last loop yarn over pull through pull through all three and that’s how we decrease it’s the same on both sides but like I said on the inside right here we’re only going to be decreasing on the inside for every other row but on the outside we’re going to be decreasing for every single row so let’s just show you guys how to work your way up so into this next row that we have we’re going to chain up one we just decreased on the inside so we’re not going to do it again.

we’re going to flip our work and then from here we’re just gonna be putting one single crochet into every loop until we have two loops left and then we’re going to be decreasing because this is the outside end and then once when we get down here we’re going to chain up one decrease single crochet once we’re going in towards the inside of the V that’s when we’re going to be doing our decrease once we decrease here we’re gonna chain up one and then just do regular single crochet until we decrease on the end again and are basically just me doing this until it tapers up completely just like how this guys had and then once we had this you guys go ahead and make your other one I already have mine done so I’ll meet you back once we have all this done so once we have both of our triangle pieces ready next we’re going to start working on the strap so before we actually get started on it.

I’m gonna say go ahead and put this up to you and we’re going to measure out from the tip of this triangle and this is going to go up and over your shoulder and then it’s going to go into the back of this single crochet sides that we have to the side of our work that we just did and so I went ahead and measured by now and from the tip of this to the tip of this is 15 inches for me and then so I’m just going to put in a row of single crochet let’s show you guys so I’m actually going to be switching up my colors and all I’m gonna do is make a slipknot I’m gonna insert my hook into this bottom corner and then from here we’re working into all of these side single crochets and there’s no real loops for us so we’re just going to kind of figure it out until we get to the end of this guy and then I’ll show you what to do so just single crochet into each of these sides single crochet rows that we have and now we’re just going to need to make a chain that is whatever measurement that we have and then we’re going to connect it to the top of this triangle.

so like I said mine is 15 inches so I’m going to go ahead and start making my chain and then once when I have the length that I need I’m going to slip stitch it into the peak of this triangle and then we’re actually going to continue it all the way around so I’m gonna go down herewith single crochets and then right when we get to the inside of our V we’re going to do a decrease but we’re doing a decrease here so that this can remain a triangle and just look a little bit cleaner and then single crochet once when we get to the peak we’re going to do another chain of however many inches we have and then connect it to this guy and then work our way down with single crochet but since we have that we’re just working on the chain right

now I’m going to make the chain connect it to this triangle guy and then single crochet down and then I’m going to show you guys how to do the decrease in the middle of the triangle so I’ve done our single crochet and I guess we can call this a border all the way down until we got to the middle of our two triangles that we have and I’m just going to take out this stitch marker because we don’t need it anymore and like I said we’re just gonna be doing a decrease in here but this is just so that this looks a little bit cleaner once we get here there’s not going to be any real loops for us to go into so we’re just gonna have to eyeball it so we’re gonna insert a hook in through this first loop and through this triangle and then as you guys can see I actually have two loops that counted as the middle some of you may have won some of you may have to if you guys have won then just go ahead and insert your hook into that one loop but if you guys are like me and have this middle loop we’re just going to be going behind this single crochet post so all this is. Read this one if you are looking for the sewing machine

we’re just going to insert our hook behind the long part of this single crochet because we don’t have a loop to go through on top and once we have that we’re gonna here on over pull through and then go into the first kind of issue that we have on the other triangle piece here and over pull through and all we’re gonna do is yarn over pull through everything that is on the hook so that was four loops and then we’re just gonna do a couple of single crochets up so that you can actually see what the decrease looks like really quick yeah

we’re a little ways away from our decrease that we did and this is what it’s looking like and everything looks nice and clean and from here all we’re going to do is do the same thing that we did on this side so we’re going to be single crocheting up this side of the triangle and then we’re going to make a chain for as long as you guys need and then we’re going to connect it to this back half of where we’re working in and then just go in with single crochet until we get to the end but don’t cut and tie because we’re actually going to start on the detail of the V so we’ve made our way all the way over to the other side with our strap /border whatever we’re calling it and now we’re just gonna start working on this front detail so now that we’re here what we’re gonna do we’re going to make a chain as long as you want the border to be and mine is going to be about an inch so I’m going to make that and then once we have that we’re actually going to block off whatever last chain you have chain up three this counts as a double crochet we’re going to prepare for a double crochet and then we’re gonna double crochet into that loop that.

we blocked off or the fourth chain from the hook and then what we’re gonna do is actually just go into every loop that we have with double crochet and then once we have this we’re going to be connecting it into this piece that we have so what we’re gonna do is count up two loops not counting the loop that we’re currently in so we’re gonna count up one two

we’re gonna go into that back loop with a slip stitch and then that’s how we connect our border to our piece and from here we’re going to slip stitch up the next two back loops so here’s one slip stitch to into the back loops we’re gonna flip our work and then we’re going to be doing more double crochet into this row of double crochet that we have but we’re going to be going into the back loops into there as well so we’re gonna prepare for a double crochet insert our hook into that first back loop and then double crochet and then we’re gonna be putting one double crochet into every back loop that we have and then once we make it to the end we’re gonna chain up three double crochet into the back loops going back towards the base this is what we’re gonna call the base which is basically the chain we’re going to count up two loops slip stitch into the back loop slip stitch into the next two back loops going up in order to work our way to the next row and then do that again and then we’re going to keep doing that all the way until we get to the middle of our V actually and then we’re going to connect it but really quick tip once when we get to the chain it’s gonna be kind of difficult to figure out where the front and back loops are so that doesn’t really matter just as long as you make sure that you go into the back loops into the base here and then also into the base here but I will show you how to do it it’s gonna be the same thing but I’m just gonna show you guys how to do it into the chain once when we get there.

I’ll meet you when so when we get to the middle part and then I’ll show you how to connect it so I just got done doing our first a little bit of border on this side and we’re gonna do the same thing going into the chain and it’s not going to be any different but I’m just gonna show you guys anyways because working into the chain can be a little bit tricky so once we get here we’re going to connect to the chain and this is possible to be working into the back loops only it’s not necessary for the chain I will be doing it because I have to for my own peace of mind but we’re going to look at this loop this is our first one we’re going to count up one two.

we’re gonna work into this back loop with a slip stitch and then we’re going to slip stitch up the next two back loops and then continue on with this pattern and then we’re gonna keep doing this all the way until we get to the peak of this triangle and then I’ll meet you back once we get here it is gonna continue on being the same thing but I’m just going to remind you guys to make sure that once when you do connect it make sure that it’s not twisted in any way make sure that it’s as flat as possible but I’ll meet you back once we get right about here so you’ve reached around with our border and we’re about to get back to doing the border on the side and like I said I just wanted to come back and show you guys how to connect it to the triangle even though it’s pretty much the same way as we did this way I just wanted to make sure to say that it’s not twisted when you do so in order to make sure that’s not.

I said you can either put it on and then go from there or if you’re just working on it on a table like I am you can just fold this over and then make sure that this isn’t twisted just gonna make sure that it’s flat and then it folds over itself at this point and then you can work continue to work your way down and then we’re gonna keep doing this in the back loops only once when we get here and then we’re not going to do anything once when we get to this side we’re actually going to connect it on to this side of the triangle but I’ll meet you back once we get to this last point right here so I’ve just done our border all the way down and we haven’t connected just yet so I’m just gonna take out my hook to show you guys as you guys can see through this part.

we’ve been going in through the front loops only and if we flip it around you can see that we have all these back loops available and we’re going to want to keep those available so that once we work on the other side of our border it’s there for us to work into so the way that we’re going to fold this over so that the seam is on the inside on the same side as all these inside loops is we’re just going to make sure that our work is flat and that our back loops are facing us and then from here we’re just going to take this part of the V and then this part of the border and we’re just going to sand wich those in together and then from here we’re going to be working into the inside loops into both sides that we have so that’s a little bit different than just going into the front loops or the back loops it’ actually going to be if we’re holding it this way the triangles facing us if we’re holding it this way then it’s actually going to be going into the back loops of this first part and then going into the front loop of the band so really quickly we’re going to insert our hook into this next loop so I can show you guys how to work into the inside loops this is the next loop that we have in the Triangle so we’re gonna go into this back loop right here and then we’re going to go into the front loop of this band portion so this loop right here and then we’re only doing that so that we continue to have these ridges on the back for us to work into and then once we are through we’re going to single crochet let’s do that one more time.

we’re going to go into the back loop of this next loop that’s a part of the triangle and then into the front loop of the band and then single crochet it together and then we’re going to do this until we don’t have any more band left and then we’re actually going to cut and tie and then we’re going to work on the other side of the band so looking at our work this is what we currently have as you guys can see this is the front partand there’s no seam right here that we can see because all the seams are on the back right here where we connected this band to the triangle and then also all these back loops that we have but from here we’re actually going to be working on the other side of the band so it’s going to work in this direction so we’re going to count out first to see how many loops we have on this side and then we’re gonna count out the same amount of loops going up this side so I have five loops so we’re going to go to that middle loop and we’re going to count out one two three four five and then these back loops are there for us to work into so go ahead and insert your hook into that loop make a slipknot and we’re going to pull it through.

we’re going to chain up three to secure and it’s also counts as a double crochet and then we’re going to be putting one double crochet into each of these back loops until we get to this side of the triangle and then I’ll show you guys how to connect it from there so as you guys can see we have our first row of double crochet going into this side of the triangle that we have the previous band on and now we’re going to be working our way up the other triangle that doesn’t have anything on there so from right here we are actually going to be working into the seam that we just did to connect the first band to this triangle and it’s going to be the same way that we have done pretty much everything so far so we’re gonna count up two loops one two and when it comes to the seam you guys don’t need to be working into the front or the back loops you can just go ahead and go in through both loops since this is the back no one’s gonna see it.

so like I said count up two loops insert our hook into that second loop with a slip stitch and then we’re going to slip stitch up one to flip our work and then we’re going to be doing more double crochets into the back loops because we want it to match this side so we have our second row of double crochet and then next we’re going to need to connect it into the triangle so we’re just going to chain up three and then double crochet into the back loops going back towards the triangle and then I’ll show you guys how to connect it from there so we have three rows this is gonna be different for everyone but I just have my row that’s ready to start connecting into the triangle instead of the seam

I’m just going to show you guys how to do that but it’s pretty much the same thing we’re just gonna be going into the back loops again just to make sure that it’s all clean so we have one more regular loop from this band and we’re going to count that just like how we count all the regular loops so here’s one loop and then this is the next one we’re going to be going into the back loop with a slip stitch and now we’re working into the triangle and then from here on out it’s going to be the same way that we did this side so just slip stitch up two loops and then work our way back with back loop double crochets and then keep doing that all the way down until we get down here

we can go ahead and cut and tie so it made our way all the way over to the other end doing our border and now we’re going to start adding our fringe and as you guys can see I have already marked off where I want my friends to be and I have two layers of two different types of stitch marker this is going to be where the fringe comes down at a low end and then this is gonna be where the fringe starts so what I did was that I measured out to see what I had from this base and from the base I’m not counting this border I’m just going from this part down to this end I figured out how many triangle fringes that I want and I wanted five so I ended up separating it into five different pieces and then from there once when we have these guys in then we’re going to go in with the second layer of stitch markers and then we’re going to figure out where the middle part in between each of these triangle pieces are so that it can come up to a point and then we’re going to put in our stitch markers there and all I did for that was that I measured up an inch once.

when I found out where the middle point was and then I put in that stitch marker but this can be up to you you guys don’t have to separate yours into fives y’all can do bigger smaller whatever you guys want but once when I have all that figured out I also went ahead and cut my fringe pieces that I want and I actually cut nine inches but this will be shaped once when they’re actually all on there we’re going to cut it just to make sure that it all looks even so once when we have that we’re going to start with this middle point and I’m only using two pieces of scrap yarn to do this because I don’t want this part to be too thick and then it’ll bulge out at the top so once we have that we’re going to take our hook and then we’re going to insert it into that loop that our stitch marker was just in and then.

we’re gonna make sure that our hook is facing up towards the v-neck portion of this top and then from here we’re going to take our fringe we’re going to fold it in half we’re going to put that fold on top of our hook and we’re just going to pull that through the loop that we’re just in and then from here we’re going to separate that loop that we have we’re going to grab the tail ends of our fringe and then we’re just going to pull that nice and tight so that it’s flat like that and then once we have that we’re actually going to be working down towards these bottom stitch markers that we have so we’re going to do a couple together so at this point you can just eyeball it see how quickly you want your fringe to go downwards so for this next part we’re just going to go down arrow and do the friends just like how we did the first time once you have that go ahead and pull it nice and tight and then go ahead and continue doing this following all of our stitch markers and then.

I’ll meet you back once we have all that done and once we have our fringe all finished now is the time for you guys to go in and cut make sure that everything is even and I’ll go ahead and do that and then I’ll meet you back once when we’re done so this is what things are looking like once when we have all of our fringe attached one of the last things that we have to do is just make a regular chain so that it can weave in and out of all of these side double crochets that we have and this is gonna be up to you how long you want it you guys can either have a short chain that only ties down here or a long one that ties all the way up the back mine’s gonna be somewhere in the middle .

I went ahead and made a chain that’s about 85 inches so go ahead and make that chain and once when you have your chain the last last last thing that you guys have to do is just weave in all of our ends so this is what we got when we’ve woven in our ends this is perfect for a summer it’s Super Duper comfy oh this would actually be a really cute bikini top too if any of y’all make this into a bikini top or even just a regular top tag TCDDIY because I love seeing all of your remixes and your style if you love this piece or any other piece on the channel give it a thumbs up it’s right beneath the video but let’s YouTube and I know you’re enjoying the videos and it goes a long way to helping the channel grow and gain some traction but if y’all don’t like it go ahead and give it a thumbs down but leave comment letting me know why you didn’t like it or if you have any questions requests or if you just want to say hi.

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