Two pictures of a crocheted tunic and a mannequin mannequin.

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This tank top has super-simple development and uses stitches to do by mostly everyone,

making it incredible for the propelled amateur crocheter who’d jump at the chance to attempt his/her initially article of clothing. It’s so much fun! The free pattern is below.


Kanata Sleeveless Top – the Free pattern download on Ravelry. Join us to get more inspirations ->> our Facebook group.

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    1. read, patterns are always down of the site

    2. I found it on Ravelry. Follow the link in the description that says “free download on Ravelry”. It’s there.

    3. The pattern you can view in a video.

  1. Thank you for free download. This a beautiful top and I will enjoy trying to make it and will enjoy wearing it as well.

  2. Can’t find pattern for
    Karnataka sleeveless top.
    Where is it

    1. The link to the pattern is at the end of the article.

        1. You can find a free pattern on Ravelry; there is a link at the end of the post which take you there.

  3. Want to make in every color!!!

  4. I love this look and have started the 2nd square. Upon reading further down the pattern, to the custom size, it says to end on a row 4, not a row 3 as the other sizes state. Is this a type-o? Does it matter which row I end the square on? Another problem is that I unfortunately picked up my
    K hook-not the J hook, so do you think I should make the squares smaller (16″ or 17″) as the looser fabric might “grow” when worn? I’m a scarf/cowl crocheter and have not made any clothing.
    Thank you!!

  5. Alice Church says:

    I’m going to make this for one of my daughter-in-laws to wear over her bathing suit. She’s always looking for something cute to wear. Think she’ll like it for that purpose? Thank you so much for sharing!

  6. How many rows is the block? Thanks n god bless

  7. I found the pattern in raverly but it won’t download plz help cause I’d really like to have this pattern ?? Thx

    1. You’ve probably download it in a separate window. Please check, there is no problem with download it from Ravelry.

  8. How did you join the squarex? What joining method?

  9. I found the DC yard weight was not right for this pattern. The tank didn’t flow like I thought it would, too heavy for me I’ll use a heavy thread next time.

  10. kathryn roaderick says:

    Thank you so much for this pattern.
    I am looking for things I can make for when I loose weight.

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