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DIY crochet pattern: Bibi granny hexagon Wrap Top

DIY crochet pattern: Bibi granny hexagon Wrap Top

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Are you ready for the easiest granny wrap top? Like the granny square aesthetic but not a fan of those yarn ends and the eternal weaving in of them? You have to make the Bibi Wrap.

This DIY crochet pattern shows you how to use any type of yarn and turn two granny hexagons into a wrap top. AND how to make one for spring/summer, or fit for autumn/winter. Use mercerised cotton yarn and three-quarter sleeves for spring and summer. Or make it extra chunky and variegated with two to three strands of wool yarn and longer sleeves for winter. My tip? Mix it up! The wrap can be worn left over right or right over left, so use this to get two looks out of one top.

SKILL LEVEL: This DIY crochet pattern is suitable for advanced beginners. If you know how to crochet a beanie, and know how to crochet in the round, and have read a pattern, then this pattern is easy enough for you. You only need the double crochet, the half double crochet, single crochet, and how to make a front post stitch, in order to make this wrap top.

SIZING: What you should not expect in this 15 pages long pattern: size charts. The basis of this pattern is the granny hexagon, and you make it as big as you need it. The sizing guide just shows you what measurements to take into consideration when deciding how big to make your granny hexagons.

YARN and HOOK: I would recommend using a Group 4/ aran yarn, so that the top doesn't get too bulky. You should prepare hooks between 5mm to 6.5mm, and be prepared to make a few swatches to see which hook size produces a fabric that drapes and isn't too stiff. 

MATERIALS: You would also need a measuring tape, stitch markers, and a tapestry needle. 

I learnt to crochet clothes the hard way, through a lot of trial and error, and buying patterns that showed me how to make pullovers that fitted imperfectly, like clothes off a rack. The Bibi Wrap is the latest fruit of all that experimentation: I really want to share with you how a wrap top is crocheted, and how alterations can be achieved.

The Bibi Wrap Crochet Pattern:

- is 15 pages long

- is written in English, and uses US American crochet terminology

- shows you how to choose and adapt the crochet pattern for the type of yarn and size of hook you want to use.

- contains no fixed sizing, but explains in great detail how to adjust the top to fit your own body. I show you how to extend the width and length, and how to achieve a better fit with the belt construction.

- provides tips for how to personalise your own wrap top: longer or shorter tie, neat look or yarn scrappy boho look, long waistband or short?

YOUR DOWNLOAD: The PDF will be ready to download once you have checked out and completed your payment. A link for download will be sent to your email. Please do check your spam folder first if you think you have not received an email from Zoe Tan Studio. Do save your download well; as there have been unauthorised distribution of the download link, I have limited the number of downloads per customer.

RETURNS/EXCHANGES: Please note that digital downloads are excluded from returns and exchanges. If you need help with your pattern, do shoot me an email.

COPYRIGHT: Please also note that your purchase entitles you to one copy of my copyrighted material; please do not circulate the download link among your friends.

I cannot wait to see all of your colourful masterpieces under #bibiwrap; tag me @zoetanstudio.

Like this aesthetic but want something more summery? Check out the Rachel Wrap


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