Crochet Plum Pretty Top Pattern

Crochet Plum Pretty Top Pattern

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Crochet Plum Pretty Top by Donna Bondy

Crochet Plum Pretty Top by Donna Bondy

Crochet Plum Pretty Top

Hook up my Plum Pretty Top and look stylish while keeping warm!

This pattern is based off Jeanne Steinhilber’s Nightberry Shawl pattern.  I’m more of a top/sweater person, so I asked Jeanne if I could design a top based on her pattern.  I was very happy when she said yes!

I think it is fair to say that I’m obsessed with any and all Caron Cakes, but I have to admit that the Big Cakes are my favourite.  I love the feel of the yarn and how it looks crocheted — especially in clothing.  I love how it drapes and all the fabulous colourways.  I especially love that it’s 100% acrylic and that there is SO. MUCH. YARN. in one cake!  In fact, there is so much yarn in a Big Cake, that the majority of the sizes only require 2 cakes!

My Plum Pretty Top pattern is written for size XL/2X, but I have included the adaptations you would need to do for sizes XS-5X.

I hope you enjoy this as much as I did!  Until you see me here next on The Crochet Crowd, you can find me on Ravelry as The Crochet Ninja.

I love to crochet and have been crocheting 30+ years. I am also a designer and the majority of my designs are clothing to fit larger sizes. You can find me on Ravelry under the name of Crochet Ninja. I hope you enjoy my designs and if you have any helpful suggestions, just leave them in the comments below.

6 thoughts on “Crochet Plum Pretty Top Pattern”

  1. Dawn Meadows says:

    Worked up this top quickly. Really nice! More please!

    1. Donna Bondy says:

      Hi Dawn, I’m glad you liked my pattern 🙂

      I have a few more patterns on The Crochet Crowd site if you would like to check them out 🙂 https://thecrochetcrowd.com/?s=donna+bondy

  2. Caroline Lewis says:

    This top is so pretty! Thank you for sharing the pattern, Donna. ?

    1. Donna Bondy says:

      Thank you. And glad to be able to share!

  3. JoAnn Trenary says:

    Would look great with a v neck to wear over t-shirt since it is kind of “holey”! 🙂

    1. Donna Bondy says:

      Yes it would. Or you could skip the sleeves and wear it over a long sleeve shirt as a vest 🙂

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