Comments About "Lace Summer Top with Filet Inserts"
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July 11, 2014
I've made two: one black and one white. I love it. I left the insets out of the front and the sleeves/caps on the second one and I like it even better...(essentially doing the back for the front also) Always get compliments on them.
June 25, 2013
I added charts for increases and decreases.
September 10, 2013
I need to know how many chains to start out for a small pattern
July 12, 2014
Read further past the lace inserts, "top body"
June 25, 2013
I added instructions for size S.
June 26, 2013
Thank you so very much, it is gorgeous...much obliged
July 8, 2013
350 yds balls
August 1, 2013
The pattern repeats every 8 rows. Then you need to work 80 rows, or 10 pattern repeats.
May 23, 2014
I would love to make this for my daughter, but I don't know how many to chain to get started for a size large. If I missed it somewhere,I apologize
October 27, 2013
Love this pattern, enjoying making it. Please correct me if I am wrong but I found I had to change the first row of pattern to "5ch,1sc in 3rd DC of 5-DC, 5ch, 1 sc into next arch. Was having difficulty getting the correct amount of patterns horizontally (M-8) and figured this out from the picture of the pattern. Thanks again and keep on crocheting
August 2, 2013
lovely pattern, will try and give you feed back. Thanks again
July 27, 2013
I like it !
really appreciate you <3
but can you clarify what do you mean about "and 10 repeats vertically" ? $:
July 3, 2013
This will sound silly-but is it the 350yd size balls or the 100yd size balls of thread?
June 21, 2013
Anyway to make this in small? I love this blouse. Thank you.
June 2, 2013
This is beautiful, but the directions as for the first row or chain row is not there.
August 8, 2016
It says multipes of 16 plus 5.
Measure your or whomever widest part either abreast or hips, make your chain that many inches long...
Remember your multiple plus 5.
No matter clothing you are making, I always start with inches of my wides area and start with that..
Or for a more fitted top I get the inches of hips waist and but then rapper the body to fit those inches, measuring often to keep your garment the inches you need, by increasing or decreasing in the areas you need bigger or smaller...
Or like I said in the beginning start with the largest area and make the whole thing in those inches for a fuller box fit... I hope this make sense to you.. I am not the person who wrote this pattern, I'm just trying to help you out so you'll know how to modifi patterns in the future.
June 1, 2013
I love this pattern. Printed it off but am finding it difficult. what happens between rows 72 and 96 please, have I missed something? Do I guess the increase and decreases for the inserts? Help please