Festival Fancy Vintage Top

Festival Fancy Vintage Top
Festival Fancy Vintage Top

Searching for cute, free crochet top patterns? The Festival Fancy Vintage Top is all the way from 1956 and shows that some fashions keep coming back in style. You can work up your very own adorable vintage pattern and watch how many heads you turn and how many comments you get when you wear it! Crochet patterns as pretty and functional as this one don't come around very often, especially for free, so get your hooks and thread out and ready for an exceptional crochet experience.


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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This pattern is so very nice and I want to try this with my mariner baby soft yarn. As I understand this pattern it is done from top. It says I have to start from 64 stitches. Please do clarify my doubt. Should I do front yoke and then back yoke and join it in-armhole and do in circles? Thank you. Savitri

It has been a while since I have make anything with thread. The projects that are made with thread tend to take longer because of the size of the thread but it is well worth it. I like this design but I would like something with a little more "flounce" as my Granny would call it.

I am not really sure why this is marked as a vintage top. It really looks modern to me. I love that the designer decided to use coats and clark crochet thread instead of yarn. Perhaps that could be the reason. At any rate, I love this pattern.

I was really shocked to see that his top is made from crochet thread. It has been a while since I have been even looked at thread as a medium to crochet with and was not aware that colors like this were available. I am really excited about making this vintage top and I just can not wait to get started.


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