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Aqua Dream Lace Topper
Aqua Dream Lace Topper

Ladies, this is a beautiful pattern to add to your wardrobe. Use any color bamboo thread to complete this free crochet pattern. The Aqua Dream Lace Topper is ideal for any time of the year. Wear it over a tank top in the summer months and over a long sleeved top in the winter. Red Heart's Aunt Lydia crochet thread is perfect for this pattern. Thanks to GalSmiley for her great name suggestion of Aqua Dream Lace Topper!

Intermediate

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

SUPPLIES:

  • AUNT LYDIA’S® Iced BambooTM: 7 (10) balls 3501 Aqua Ice.
  • Crochet Hook: 3.5mm [US E-4].
  • Stitch holder or safety pin
  • Yarn needle
  • Chart
     

SIZE:
Directions are for size Small/Medium; changes for size Large/XLarge are in parentheses.
Finished Waist: 30 (35)” Finished Length: 20 (23)”

GAUGE: 20 sts = 4”; 13 rows = 4” in patterns. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.


UPDATE 5/5/14: The instructions for the Topper begin at the heading “TOP”. The Topper begins at the edge of one sleeve and is worked across to the other sleeve. You will find the foundation row (foundation single crochet) at the beginning of the first “Sleeve” section following the heading “TOP”.


Special Stitches
Fsc (foundation single crochet) =
First St: Ch 2, insert hook under top 2 strands of first ch, yarn over, draw up a loop, yarn over, draw through 1 loop, yarn over, draw through both loops (first fsc complete).
Remaining sts: Insert hook under both loops of previous st, yarn over, draw up a loop, yarn over, draw through 1 loop, yarn over, draw through both loops. sc2tog = [Draw up a loop in next st] 2 times, yarn over and draw through all 3 loops on hook.
 

Pattern Stitches
Lace Panel (multiple of 5 sts + 3)
Row 1: Ch 1, sc in first 2 sc, *ch 6, skip next 4 sc, sc in next sc; repeat from * to last sc, sc in last sc, turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, dc in first 2 sc, *ch 2, sc in next ch-6 space, ch 2, dc in next sc; repeat from * to last sc, dc in last sc, turn.
Row 3: Ch 1, dc in first 2 dc, *ch 4, slip st in next sc, ch 4, dc in next dc; repeat from * to last dc, dc in last dc, turn.
Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first 2 dc, *ch 4, sc in next dc; repeat from * to last dc, sc in last dc, turn.
Row 5: Ch 1, sc in first 2 sc, *ch 6, sc in next sc; repeat from * to last sc, sc in last sc, turn.
Rows 6–8: Repeat Rows 2–4.

Solid Panel
Note: Row 1 is worked over a multiple of 5 sts + 3. Rows 2–4 are the solid panel pattern which is a multiple of 3 sts + 2.  Row 5 produces a multiple of 5 sts + 3 in preparation for working the Lace Panel.
Row 1: Ch 1, sc in first 2 sc, *4 sc in next ch-4 space, sc in next sc; repeat from * to last sc, 2 sc in last sc, turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, hdc in first 2 sc, *ch 1, skip next sc, hdc in next 2 sc; repeat from * across, turn.
Row 3: Ch 1, hdc in first 2 hdc, 2 hdc in next ch-1 space, *ch 1, skip next 2 hdc, 2 hdc in next ch-1 space; repeat from * to last 2 hdc, hdc in last 2 hdc, turn.
Row 4: Ch 1, hdc in first 2 hdc, ch 1, skip next 2 hdc, *2 hdc in next ch-1 space, ch 1, skip next 2 hdc; repeat from * to last 2 hdc, hdc in last 2 hdc, turn.
Row 5: Ch 1, sc in first hdc, skip next hdc, sc in next ch-1 space, *sc in next 2 hdc, sc in next ch-1 space; repeat from * to last 2 hdc, sc in last 2 hdc.

Notes
1. Top is intended to be oversized and flowy. The most important measurement is the waist. Make sure the top fits your waist as desired.
2. Top is worked in one piece, from side-to-side, beginning at one sleeve edge and ending at the other sleeve edge.
 

DIRECTIONS:
TOP
Sleeve
Fsc 133, turn.
Set-Up Row: Ch 1, sc in each Fsc across.
Rows 1–8: Work Rows 1–8 of Lace Panel pattern—26 pattern repeats.
Rows 9–13: Work Rows 1–5 of Solid Panel pattern.
Rows 14–26: Repeat Rows 1–13. Note: If a longer sleeve is desired, repeat Rows 1–13 one more time.
Rows 27–34: Work Rows 1–8 of Lace Panel pattern.

Add Stitches for Sides
Set sleeve aside, but do not fasten off.
With new ball of yarn, Fsc 36 (51). Do not remove last loop from hook. Cut yarn leaving a long tail for weaving in later. Pick up sleeve and yarn attached to sleeve.
Row 1: Working across last row of sleeve sts, sc2tog, 4 sc in next ch-4 space, *sc in next sc, 4 sc in next ch-4 space; repeat from * to last 2 sc, sc2tog, Fsc 36 (51), turn—203 (233) sc.
Rows 2–5: Work Rows 2–5 of Solid Lace Panel pattern.
Rows 6–9: Work Rows 1-4 of Lace Panel pattern—40 (46) pattern repeats.

Divide for Front and Back
Front
Row 1: Sc in first 2 sc, [ch 6, sc in next sc] 18 (21) times, sc in next ch-4 space, turn; leave remaining sts unworked for neck and back—18 (21) pattern repeats.
Rows 2–4: Work Rows 6–8 of Lace Panel pattern.
Row 5: Ch1, 2 sc in first sc, sc in next sc, *4 sc in next
ch-4 space, sc in next sc; repeat from * to last sc, 2 sc in
last sc, turn—95 (110) sts.
Rows 6–9: Work Rows 2–5 of Solid Panel pattern.
Rows 10–13 (17): Work Rows 1–4 (8) of Lace Panel pattern.
Row 14 (18): Repeat Row 5—95 (110) sts..
Rows 15 (19)–18 (22): Work Rows 2–5 of Solid Panel pattern.
Rows 19 (23)–27 (35): Repeat Rows 10–18 (22).
Rows 28–30 (38): Work Rows 1–3 of Lace Panel pattern.
Place last loop on a stitch holder or safety pin.

Back
Row 1: Skip next 2 unworked ch-4 spaces following front, join new ball of yarn with sc in next ch-4 space, sc in next sc, *ch 6, sc in next sc; repeat from * to last sc, sc in last sc, turn.
Rows 2–30 (38): Work same as Rows 2–30 (38) of front. Fasten off.

Join Front and Back
Place loop attached to front (on holder) back on hook.
Row 1: Ch 1, sc in first 2 dc, *ch 4, sc in next dc; repeat from * across to last 2 sts of front, sc2tog, ch 19 (for neck edge), sc2tog in first 2 dc of back, **ch 4, sc in next dc; repeat from ** across to last dc, sc in last dc, turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first 2 sc, *ch 6, sc in next sc; repeat from * to ch-19 space, [ch 6, skip next 4 ch, sc in next ch] 3 times, ch 6, skip last 4 ch, sc in next sc, **ch 6, sc in next sc; repeat from ** to last sc, sc in last sc, turn.
Rows 3–5: Work Rows 6–8 of Lace Panel pattern.
Rows 6–10: Work Rows 1–5 of Solid Panel pattern.

Begin Second Sleeve

Row 1: Ch 1, sc in first 37 (52) sc, [ch 6, skip next 4 sc, sc in next sc] 26 times, sc in each sc to end of row, turn. Fasten off.
Row 2: Skip first 35 (50) sc, join yarn with sl st in next sc, ch 1, dc in same sc as join, dc in next sc, [ch 2, sc in next ch-6 space, ch 2, dc in next sc] 26 times, dc in next sc, turn; leave remaining sts unworked.
Rows 3–8: Work Rows 3–8 of Lace Panel pattern.
Rows 9–13: Work Rows 1–5 of Solid Panel pattern.
Rows 14–21: Work Rows 1–8 of Lace Panel pattern.
Rows 22–35: Repeat Rows 9–21. Note: If a longer sleeve is desired, repeat Rows 8–21 one more time.
Rows 36 and 37: Ch 1, sc in each sc across, turn. Fasten off.

FINISHING

Fold piece across shoulder line. Sew side and sleeve seams.
Neck Edging
Round 1 (Right Side): With Right Side facing join yarn in neck edge, in ch-space about 9 sts before shoulder line, work sc evenly spaced around neck edging (working 2 sc in each ch-space and sc in each sc); join with slip st in first sc.
Round 2: Ch 1, [sc in next sc, sc2tog] 6 times (to decrease over shoulder), sc in each sc to about 9 sts before next shoulder, [sc2tog, sc in next sc] 6 times, sc in each remaining sc around; join with slip st in first sc. Fasten off.

 

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I made this awhile back and gave it as a gift. It's very pretty and very easy to make. The directions are well written and you can follow along. Plus they are all right here on one page so either copy and paste or print it. Thank you again for this one.

The issues with the picture not showing up have been taken care of because I see a very nice picture of this aqua colored top. It does need more than one picture, but I realize this came from a stock photo from Red Heart and they dont usually supply more than just a stock photo of a finished project.

How do I know if I like it if there isn't a picture shown? I cannot possibly tell from the pattern directions what this will look like.

Hi lakeladypatti, We transferred a lot of our older patterns to a newer template, and so a lot of our older patterns had images that are too small for this template. We're in the process of finding and replacing these images so please be patient with us! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

Where is the picture of this item?

Hi kupplerski, We transferred a lot of our older patterns to a newer template, and so a lot of our older patterns had images that are too small for this template. We're in the process of finding and replacing these images so please be patient with us! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

This is such a lovely top so I am trying to ignore problems other people have commented on in the hopes that I do not find the same issues with the pattern, lol! I have been looking for a top like this for quite a while (need a black one to finish off an outfit) so I am going to make it regardless of what anyone else has said. So here I go!

This is such a beautiful top. After seeing all the comments from others that they are having difficulty completing this pattern, I am not even going to attempt it until an update is made on the pattern. Please correct the issues and let us know when it has been updated. Thanks.

Love the look of the topper but it seems lots of folks have had problems with the pattern. Guess I will have to try it before making a comment about it. I have, however, recently learned to make the FSC so that is a plus. Looked at several examples on YouTube before one clicked.

To get a printable version of this pattern, go to Red Heart.com and search for "Lace Topper".

The last 2 rows of the back DO NOT have 2 dc at beginning to start the join together. I have made up my own way, adding sleeve my own way.MOST DIFFICULT pattern ever to figure out. The owner needs to rewrite this pATTERN AS YOU CAN SEE FROMALL THE OTHER COMMENTS....LOVELY DESIGN BUT NEEDS CLARIFIED INSTRUCTIONS.

PLEASE HELP, LOVE PATTERN BUT CANT FIGURE OUT THE add stitiches for sides part.....add where, chart doesnt help, I need to know the number and where. never had this kind of trouble before. please help don't want to undo all that I have done. please send instructions to lanaconnelly@hotmail.com

I am using alpaca yarn for this patter at a 2 ply. I am making a larger size and it still doesn't fit my friend who I am making it for. My gauge is correct. I tried getting the aunt Lydia's iced bamboo yarn but it is discontinued. I just bought aunt Lydia's bamboo size 10 (not sure what that means) and it also has a big 0 on the side. It seems very thin. Does anyone have any help for me? I could really use it. It is a beautiful patter but I do not know what yarn I should use and/or if I should change my needle size from an E to something bigger. Help, please!!!

Aunt Lydia's Iced Bamboo is a category 3, or fingering weight yarn. The size 10 thread you mentioned would be a category 0, making it quite a bit thinner. Hope any of this helps!

using a size E crochet hook, my pattern is MUCH smaller... the lace is great, but tiny... I would suggest a J or larger hook... or did I miss something??? My work is much smaller than the picture and I don't know how the patter will all come together... I'm going to start over with a larger hook.

Can someone explain to me how to start this project? Im a little confused at the very beginning. Multipe of 5sts + 3, row 1. ch1, sc in first 2sc. How many chains should i have before beginning row 1? Thank you

Go to utube.com and type in "Foundation Single Crochet. There's a great tutorial that shows how to do it.

Cannot find "0" Lace for this pattern???????????

Hi Ande, Any color crochet thread can be used to work up this pattern. Thanks, --editors of AllFreeCrochet

Can you use a sport weight yarn for this???????I have an abundance of "said" yarn Thank you

I made this topper with a yarn that I believe may be a little thinner than sport weight, but it wasn't thread. It turned out great.

PEASE EXPLAIN THE JOIN FRONT AND BACK I need help.

Can you start posting videos on these projects - I find it hard to follow patterns sometimes and find videos easier for me to follow. Please take that into consideration. Thank you.

There are videos on U-Tube.

Hello, I live in Montreal Canada and I cannot find this kind of yarn (AUNT LYDIAS Iced BambooTM). Is there any other yarn that I could use to make this pattern. I just love it. I have to do it. Thank you for your help, Ana

I am making "Aqua Dream Lace Topper" and am very confused in the "Add Stitches for Side" section, specifically "FSC". 1. After making the first "Fsc", what do I do with the 1 stitch left on hook? How and when is it attached? 2. At the end of Row 1 after "sc2tog"...do I then chain 36(51), then work "Fsc" back toward sleeve?......continuing then to work Row 2 of Solid Panel across sleeve and 1st FSC? If so, the 2nd "Fsc" doesn't have the pattern of Row 2 of Solid Panel worked across it. I'm afraid my questions are as confusing as the pattern is to me. I'd appreciate help, please. Thank you

Under "DIRECTIONS, Pattern Stitches" the direction for for the "sc2tog" (single crochet 2 together) should be in a new paragraph so it won't be confused to be part of the "Fsc (foundation single crochet) instruction.

How many balls of thread do I need?

I'm already confused & haven't even picked up the yarn to start crocheting. What do I do with the "new ball of yarn" after I cut off a long tail for weaving in later? Am I supposed to work with two balls at the same time (one for sleeve; one for body)?? Please explain the "Add Stitches For Sides" part of the instructions more thoroughly for those of us who have been crocheting for only 10 years or so "

I too am confused with the "Add Stitches for Side". I can't seem to find what to do with the "FSC" sections. Please could someone enlighten me. Thank you

No, there won't be two balls of yarn attached to the topper. The first ball will still be attached to the sleeve which you have set aside. The new ball is to be used to make more Fsc's. You will then leave the last loop on the hook, cut the yarn of the second ball, and pick up the sleeve and continue with the next row of sleeve (described in Row 1 of "Add Stitches for Sides"). You are now using the original ball of yarn. At the end of that row you will make more Fsc's. When you turn at the end of the row you will have added stitches to both sides. Then continue with the next rows in pattern. At least this is the way I understood it and I have made this topper.

Why can't I copy this pattern into Word? I save all my patterns that aren't PDFd in Word because I don't want to print all the advertising, but this one won't allow it. I'd love to make it as a swimsuit coverup, but can't if I can't get the pattern. I tried to save it, but I don't know where it did so. Judith

I would love to make this, but the directions are very confusing. Are you starting where it says TOP and are you going from bottom to top or? How is it put together. A diagram would sure help.

This is beautiful. What does "multiple of 5 sts+3" mean? How do you do it? Thank You.

Multiples of 5 are any number divisible by 5, which would be 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 ,30, etc and then you add 3 more.

I got it!!! The pattern begins at the sleeve!!! It is really beautiful even though I am not finished yet. Also, I added stitches to make it one size larger, a 1X

I also added stitches because I'm also a 1X. I made the sleeves longer by repeating 1-13. For the length I added 20 more stitches on both sides when making the Fsc's (in "Add Stitches to Sides") to make it longer. I also repeated the pattern stitches twice to make it wider across. I also did this on the other side when working the front and back after the neck opening.

I don't understand this patten. please help me, send me this patten diagram.

Vanila, Right under the bold print TOP, the sleeve begins, it is worked from sleeve to sleeve. the foundation row is 132 stitches. Hope this helps

I would LOVE to make this, but I dont see how many foundation stitches to make and I dont understand what " multiple of 5 sts + 3" is. Can you help?

ladies, I just found this pattern and wanted to say that all your entries for naming this pattern sound wonderful. Clearly, it shows that all of you are innovative & eclectic.

This such a beautiful top that I want to make if for one of my sister-in-laws but I can't find a foundation row. It tells you how to make FSC but no amount. Could you please help here? I noticed there are a fe people looking for this.

Is there a foundation chain? I don't see the parentheses for larger sizes. Can someone explain, please.

This topper is absolutely Beautiful! But, it's so frustrating when you offer a pattern but do not include plus sizes in the instructions. Don't you realize that us big gals like to look fashionable and show off our handiwork too??? PLEASE include more plus sizes in your apparel patterns!!!!!

I don't see any foundation row. How many chains do you start with?

Could this be made out of Caron Simply Soft?

Could this be made out of Caron Simply Soft?

Anytime Lace Topper

Spring Fling

waterfall lace

It should be called airish delite.

name for this No Name Lace Topper......Peek-a-boo lace topper.............from Adrienne Lyon

Ocean Breezey

Multi Season Lace Topper

How about Bell Sleeved Lacey Topper

cool breeze topper

Diamond Ice

I would name the No Name Lacey Topper either "Blue Belle" or "Garden Trellis."

Angelica Blue

Jacob's ladder

Sea Breeze

Breezly coverall or lacely topper

Blue Lagoon Topper

Blue Lagoon Topper

Retro Classic Lace Topper

Bamboo Breezes

Sea Breeze Topper. Very nice indeed.

Lacey Blue-Bell Pullover

Mediteranian Morning

Lady Gwendolyn's Lace

The Sweet Christie

Aegean Spring

I was in Paris recently. This pattern makes me think of the beautiful structure of the Eiffel Tower. I think it should be called Parisian Lattice.

Sky Frills

Simply Sweet Lace

Tahitian Skies

Light As The Wind Topper

Summer Sky Topper

Azure Sea Breeze Topper

I would name it Caribbean Breeze Topper

lacy Elizabethan top

Bellissima Lace Top

I would call it Ribbons and Lace Butterfly Top

Summer Lace Cover up

Aqua Dream Lace Topper

Blue Paradise

Ocean Blue Lace

Serenity Lace

the name I have selected is : Airy All Over Shawl

Summer clouds top

Honey Lace Over Blouse

Sheer Perfection

Sea Breeze Lace Top

Blue Glacier Topper

Simply Elegant Lace Top

Angelic Lace Topper

Call it Blue Float

Blue Belle

Goddess of the Sea

SULTRY SEA SPRAY

sexy lace

Summer breeze

Summer Skies or Sweet Daydreams

Lovely tunic. Let's call it "SUMMER LOVE".

Airy Lacy Top

Bell Sleeve Vintage Top

Lacey Anne is my idea. I like patterns with girl's names and the main feature is the lacey look.

Breezy Lacy Shells

Misty Lace Topper

year round lace sweater

It's so beautiful - light & airy & fabulous color - name it "Whisper"

Angel Wing Lacy Top

Cool Breeze Topper

Openwork Bamboo Ice Topper

"Lacy Lady Draper"

Lacy "diamond in the rough" topper

Cool Breeze

blue romance

Light blue peek-a-boo

Diamond Bar Topper

Aqua Waves Lace Topper

Iced Bamboo Evening OR Summer's Eve

Carribean Cays Lace Topper

"On the wings of an Angel"

Lace Butterfly Topper

Lacey Ocean Breeze

Lacey Ocean Breeze

Island Breeze or tropical rain

Fairywing lace top

Spring Breeze

name for blouse: Air Mist

Summer WHISPERS

Blue Heaven

Ocean Breeze

"Lovely in Lace" would be my suggestion for this beautiful lacy top. It is just beautiful in this color and would be in any color!

Island Paradise Tank Topper It would be the perfect garment for that Island Paradise Dream vacation!

I would name this project ''Le Suave Bleu '' It looks so soft in that particular color.

Mermaid's Diamonds

I would name this beautiful creation "Earth Angel".

Princess Ann Lacy Top

Aunt Lydia Lace Topper!

I think a good name for this beautiful topper which I can't wait to start. FAIRY DUST as the lace is so gorgeous

I'd just call it Lacey :-)

Lacey Love

'Neon Reef'

spring awaits

I like "Misty Breeze".

Mediterranean waves

name Winged Lattice Lace

Mermaid Lace

name this my blue heaven

Name, summer elegance

Name, summer elegance

Lovely topper. Breezy lace bamboo topper.

Very pretty, I think it should be called, ocean breeze .

I think it looks "Light and Airy".

Outstanding, I would call it "Splendid Surprise".

I suggest "Free Style" love the design

Schbe des Meers (german, mean nudges of the ocean).

oh... the u has not appeared in typing. It should read: Schuebe des Meers.

Lacy Days

One more name: Ocean Perfection.

Looks like a "Caribbean cooler" to me!

NAME IT AQUARAMINE WHISP

My suggestion: Ocean Ripples.

I think it shouldbe called "angels wings"

Ithink your pattern should be called Shoots and ladders.

I think it should be called "ladders of lace topper" Love this pattern, will be making it for a Christmas present.

Name it Squarely in Diamonds

Princess, as in Princess Lace. It reminds me of something Princess Grace would have worn. Delicate & intricate.

I think it should be Blue Angel Wing lace top

blue diamond lace top OR Lacy linear chemise

Blue Spring Breeze

Ice Blue Diamond Lace Topper

It has a cheerful, warm, natural look (and I'm guessing feel) to it so my name sugestion is: Serengety Serenity

Almost An Angel

My suggestion is: Naughty or Nice!

Cool breez e on a summer day

window of lace

Peekaboo Angel Top

i call it Vented Lace Topper because it's airy design

Spring Fling Lace Topper

I love the name Blue Lattice Butterfly

The first thing that came to my mind was Easy Breezy

This top should be called Ocean Breeze because it is light and airy.

Summer Breeze

Sea breeze

I think a good name for this cool top would be "Cool Coverup"

Summer Fun Lacy Topper

I love this! I wish there was another picture to show how the arms are shaped or if it's more poncho like. But it's very pretty! My suggestion: Flight of Fancy Topper

Blue Bamboo Breeze

Feel the Spring Breeze topper

Lacey Icey Blue, Blue Ice Lace, Cool Blue Lace, Cool Icey Blue Lace, Bella Butterfly Blue Lace

Lite 'n Lacy

Papillon, which means butterfly in French. The sleeves remind me of the delicate and graceful movement of a butterfly's wings.

Spring Air Topper

It should be named Sweet and Sexy

Heavenly Bliss or Blissfully Heaven

Ocean blue topper

Spring Lace

Cool Breeze Angel Wings Topper

I like the name "Lacey Lattice Topper.

Easy Breezy Summer Topper

Azure Sky Blue Lace Topper

Pure Elegance

Peek-a-Boo lace.

Cool as a breeze

From sea to shining sea!

I thought of 'Tempting Tunic'

light & lacy

"Blue-Iced Bamboo Lace Summer Breeze"

Diamond cut lacy topper

Tiffany Lace Topper

I think it should be called Breezy Lace top

Tiffany Lace Topper

Its beautiful! "Blue Cloud" top

"Ice Blue Angel Wings"

1) "Bella Ice Blue" 2) "Zanzibar Lacey Blue" 3) "Zanzibar Blue Lace" 4) "Lacey Bella Ice Blue" 5) "Icey Bella Blue Lace" 6) "Icey Blue Lace" 7) "Bella Blue Lace"

It is a lovely Angel Wing topper

Icy shells and ribbons

I think it should be called Summer Breeze.

Enchanted Crystal Ice

Paradise

How about Springtime Fantasy? It looks so magical.

Airy butterfly wing sleeve blouse

I'd name it Lacey Ribbons!

I like Lace Fantasy.

I would rename the "No Name Lace Topper" to "Diamond Overlay".

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