Patons Stitch Style: Openwork Top

Patons Stitch Style: Openwork Top

This Spring we’re all about airy, versatile pieces – our favorite is the Openwork Top, crocheted in Patons Grace. It is the One Top You Need This Spring!

A blush colored tee will be your go-to for Spring and Summer – and for good reason! The Openwork Top pattern is easy to stitch, and this tee is the most versatile piece. Perfect for any situation, or style – check out three of our fave ways to wear it below!

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Unexpected Mix

Layered overtop of a patterned sundress or skirt, this tee takes on a breezy boho look. Accessorized with a pop of unexpected color for a unique feel, this is a look that you’ll wear time and time again.

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Easy Neutrals

Layered under a blazer, the Openwork Top acts as a pretty basic – perfect for the office. The cozy tee feels casual, but looks polished under a blazer.

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Tomboy Pretty

A great weekend look – teamed with boyfriend jeans, the top adds a touch of feminine charm to this comfy casual style.

You can achieve the same breezy, effortless look in different shades too – try Patons Grace in Natural, Clay, or Snow for a truly neutral version. Give it a try for yourself – check out the pattern and yarn here!

14 Comments

  1. Do u have the pattern for this top?

    Thank u

  2. Are the directions in US type or British? Just wondered if a sl st meant a sc and a DC was a treble? Doesn’t make sense to me to have several rows of slip stitches

  3. I love your Website!!! It inspires me with so manny patterns to choose from. I used to knit and crochet basic stitches but thanks to your site, I’ll be picking up these hobbies again! 😃

  4. Nice, but it would have been great to have someone actually model this.

  5. Please send pattern of blog top

  6. Where/ how do you get the pattern for this top?

  7. I downloaded the pattern and look forward to crocheting this spring top this weekend. I love that the sizes are color coded in the pattern…makes it much easier to follow along :)

  8. I wish I could see this top on a model so I could see what the sleeve looks like. In the picture it looks wide and short. Not sure how is drapes.

  9. I love the pink top but I don’t crochet. Do you have a similar pattern for knitters?

  10. I love this sweater, but don’t crochet. Would you design this beautiful piece for knitters, too?

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