Crochet Corset Cropped Hoodie | Pattern & Tutorial DIY


for this project any category 3 yarn
will work but I used a half a skein of baby bernat sport yarn in baby gray as
for tools a four and a half and five and a half millimeter hook scissors stitch
markers and a tape measure there’s a written pattern down below use offer
code TCDDIY for a discount watch the end of the video to learn how to enter
this week’s giveaway we’re using four stitches for this project and they will
be as follows chain slip stitch single crochet half double crochet and then
double crochet this tutorial is for a size small but you can adjust it for
your size and we explain how to in the video so let’s get started getting this
top started we’re first gonna grab our category three yarn make a slipknot grab
our four and a half millimeter hook and we’re gonna start off by doing some
measuring first measurement that we’re going to need to make is from one side
of your collarbone to the other side and keeping in mind that this is going to
have a hood so this is going to need to be a little bit more narrow than usual
so I’m going to go ahead and make a chain of eight and a half inches or 22
centimeters or that comes out to 35 chains now that we have our chain what
we’re going to do from here is insert our stitch marker into that last chain
that we made and then once when we have that we’re going to do a little bit more
measuring so for more stitch markers we’re going to measure down to the depth
of our v-neck that we want and I’ve already measured my now I want a chain
that it comes out to nine and a half inches or 24 centimeters so that is
around forty two chains and now that we have that portion of our chain all done
we’re going to grab a stitch marker preferably different colored ones so we
know that this is the bottom of the v-neck we’re going to be inserting it
into that last loop and then from here we’re going to measure from the bottom
of the v-neck up to where we have our first chain which is where our
collarbone is which should come out to about the same amount of loops that we
just made so I’m gonna make a chain that comes out to another forty two chains or
nine and a half inches or 24 centimeters and now that we have just finished that
portion of the chain we should have a super duper long one and all we’re gonna
do is slip stitch it into that first chain that we made for ourselves
so what we’re first going to do is just run a thumb along one side of our chain
making sure that everything is facing the same direction just so that it’s
easier to go into the next row together and then once when you know that it’s
all facing one direction go ahead and insert your hook into that first loop
that you have into our chain now that we slip stitched our chain what we’re going
to do from here is just go in with a row of single crochet and the ones when you
hit our stitch markers we’re going to be doing increases so once when we are
right here we don’t have a stitch marker along this side but this first loop that
we have are going to be going in with an increase of two and then we’ll be
inserting our another stitch marker so that everything will be nice and even so
starting this off we’re going to want to make sure that we’re going in the
direction from collarbone to collarbone not from collarbone to v-neck and then
into this first loop we’re going to be going in with two single crochets so
there is one and then there is two and then once when you have that we will be
inserting our stitch marker we’re going to be inserting our stitch marker into
the single crochet that we have that is going down towards our V so we’re going
to have our stitch marker into the first single crochet that we made so far and
then so we have that go down our chain until we hit our next stitch marker and
then we’ll meet each other back to do another increase of two and to insert
our stitch marker as well we have just made our way over down to our next
stitch marker and once we reach this one since this is our other collarbone
stitch marker we’re going to be going in with an increase of two so go ahead and
take out your stitch marker but don’t put it too far because we’re gonna have
to put it back in in about two seconds so go ahead and put in one single
crochet into that loop and put one more single crochet into that same loop then
once we have those two single crochets we’re going to take our stitch marker
and then insert it into the second single crochet that we just made for
ourselves or the one that is closest to our point we’re gonna end
my stitch marker into there and then now we’re going to go in with a row of
single crochets going all the way down until you get to our point right here
and then we’re going to be going in with an increase of three so I’ll meet you
guys back once we get down there so we are back and we are finally at our point
and we’re ready to go in with our increase of three so we’re going to take
this stitch marker out for now and from here we’re going to go in with one two
and then three single crochet all into that same loop once when you have that
we’re going to take our stitch marker and we’re going to count out one two the
second loop that we have from our hook insert our stitch marker because that is
directly into the middle once when we have that portion figured out we’re
going to work our way up the remainder of our chain putting one single crochet
into every loop and then we’re going to slip stitch into that first chain that
we made for ourselves so we’ve just made our way all the way back up with our row
of single crochets and we don’t have any more loops left to go into so we’re
actually just going to be slip stitching into this first single crochet that we
made for ourselves so we’re going to insert here and over pull through
everything and now our first row for our color is all finished up what we’re
gonna do from here is just do one more row of single crochets but we’re going
to be going in through the back loops for one and then we’re going to be
maintaining the increases that we have as well so I’m just going to do the
first one with you guys and then I’ll let you guys do the rest by yourselves
but all we’re gonna do from here is do a chain up of one that helps us work our
way up to the next row and as you guys can see we have our stitch marker into
this next loop we’re going to take this guy out just for now if we can and then
into that first back loop that we have we’re going to be going in with two
single crochets that’s going to count as our increase for this section so we’re
going to insert into that first back loop yarn over pull through that’s a
slip stitch here don’t work pull through two that’s our first single crochet and
then we’re going to be putting one more single crochet into that same loop so
insert single crochet number two and once we have that we should have two
loops we’re going to be inserting our stitch marker into that first single
crochet that we made for ourselves or the loop that’s closest to our point
that we have and then once we have that we’re just going to maintain doing this
all the way across so we’re going to be putting back loop single crochets once
into every loop until we get to our stitch markers and then whatever stitch
marker we get to we’re going to be doing the same amount of increases so once
when you get to this one which is the other side of our collarbone I’m going
to be going in with two single crochets and then inserting my stitch marker into
the loop that is closest to our point work our way back down with more back
loop single crochets once we get to this one which is going to be our point we’re
going to do an increase of three insert our stitch marker into that second one
and then work our way back up once we work our way back up we’re going to
connect with a slip stitch chain of one and cut and then we can start going in
with our body so we are back and we have just made our way all the way around
with our collar portion we did a chain up of one and we cut because we don’t
need to go into this anymore what we’re going to be doing is start to work on
the body and how we’re going to do that is start off by making a change from
this middle point down the length of where we want the top to finish keeping
in mind that we will have a bottom border as well so I have already
measured mine out mine is going to be a crop top you guys can lengthen yours if
you guys want but I’m gonna start off by making a chain of 22 or that comes out
to six inches or 18 centimeters so how we’re gonna do that is take out the
stitch marker that’s at the bottom of our point that we have right here insert
our hook and so our yarn onto our hook and if it would like to stay on we’re
gonna pull through and then I’m gonna start off by making my chain of 22 and
then I’ll meet you guys back one so we had that length now that we have our
chain what we’re gonna do from here is block off that last chain do a chain up
of one that counts as a single crochet and then into that loop that we blocked
off or the second chain from our hook we’re gonna go in with a single crochet
let’s do one single crochet together insert your hook into that next loop
yarn over pull through that loop from there yarn over pull through two and
then that is our single crochet we’re gonna keep putting one into every loop
that we have going back up our work leaving the last loop because we are
going to be doing an increase of two into there to get now we are back and we have just made
our way all the way down with our first row of single crochet leaving that last
loop for us to go into with an increase of two so into that last loop we’re
gonna go in with one single crochet and then just one more – a single crochet
once when we have that we’re going to slip stitch into the next available loop
that we have into our base to close off that first row and that is the first row
once when we have this we’re going to slip stitch into that next available
loop that we have into our base flip my work and then from here we’re going to
go down with just one single crochet into every loop going all the way down
so into every even number row we’re not going to be doing an increase so how we
start this off is just going into that first available loop with a single
crochet and continuing putting one single crochet into every loop going
back down our work once we make it to the end I will be talking to you guys
about what we’re doing for this solid portion and then how we’re gonna go
about doing that and now we can move on from there so we are back and we have
just finished up going in with our second row and this is what things are
looking like so far so what we’re gonna do from here is maintain doing what
we’re currently doing so now that we’re at the end we’re gonna do a chain up of
one flipping our work and then going all the way back up with single crochets and
since we’re going up towards the base or because it’s an odd number row we’re
going to be increasing into that last loop slip stitching it into the base
once we get there we’re going to slip stitch it into the next available loop
that we have in the base and then do a row of single crochet no increase is
going back down and we’re gonna keep going back and forth like that for just
a little bit because we want to have a little solid sliver right here and that
can house our netting for our core set ties so just from here to where I’m
gonna end I’m going to have a total of an inch and a half or four centimeters
but we will be meeting each other back so that we can go in with our back loop
single crochets so that we have a spot to go in with our netting so I’m gonna
do rows 1 through 5 and then into row 6 I’m gonna meet you guys back so that we
can do back loop single crochets and then from there we can start going up
with our solid portion that will continue to go up this way at an angle
so that it can help us once when we are ready to go in with the body portion
with our up and out look so I’m gonna do my rows 1 through 5 and then I’ll meet
you guys back so that we can go in with our back loop single crochets and as I’m
working the last tip that I’m going to mention to you guys is this little chunk
that we’re working on right here like I said before I’m going to go until I have
an inch and a half or four centimeters but this is only going to be half of
where our corsets are housed so in total I will have a total of three
inches so keep that in mind if you guys don’t want to make this too big or too
small but other than that go ahead and keep working your way back up and then
I’ll meet you guys back so we are back and I now have my five rows of my single
crochets and we are ready to go in with our six which just so happens to be my
row of back loop single crochets so that we can make loops for ourselves later on
when we go in with our Nets so just a really quick tip I am going to be going
in with back loop single crochets but I’m doing that so that I can match the
ribbing that we have in the collar if yours is reversed or if you guys end it
on the other side you guys are more than welcome to do front loops single
crochets just whatever you guys need to do in order to make sure that these
loops that’s on top is available for our Nets but once when we are here what I’m
going to do is go down with a row of back loop single crochets which is
exactly the same pattern just going into the back loops so really quickly
together we’re going to be inserting our hook in through this back loop with a
single crochet once when we have that we’re going to go all the way down with
back loop single crochets we’re going to do a chain up of one flip our work once
we get to the end and then we’re going to work our way back up with a row of
regular single crochets and then we’re going to connect it into the base just
like normal but once when we’re going back down for our next row we’re going
to do a little bit of decreasing so that we can start working on our up and out
prep portion for the body or solid portion so I’ll meet you guys back once
we’re done with this next row which just so happens to be my seventh alright so
we are back and we have just finished up going in with the row of single crochet
that is right after that Rove back loop single crochet that
we just went into and now what we’re going to do from here is we’re going to
start doing a little decline so this can trace the curve of the color that we
have right here so I have inserted my stitch marker in through this loop where
I want everything to start to decline so counting from the bottom all the way up
to my stitch marker I have inserted into the seventh loop or that is one inch or
three centimeters from the bottom so once when we get here we’re just going
to work all the way back down until we hit the loop that is right before our
stitch marker and then we’re going to be doing a decrease into those two loops so
go ahead and work your way up to the next row single crochet back down and
I’ll meet you guys back once we’re ready to do our decreases so we’ve made our
way all the way down and we are ready to do our decrease so let’s do that
together we’re going to insert our hook into that next available loop yarn over
pull through and then into that loop right after that but you can go ahead
and take out our stitch marker now yarn over pull through we should have three
loops on our hook from here we’re going to yarn over pull through all three
loops and once we have that we’re going to do a chain up of one flip our work
and then we’re going to do another decrease into the first two loops into
this row as well so we’re going to insert yarn over pull through into the
next loop yarn over pull through yarn over pull through all three loops and
from here we’re going to put one single crochet into every loop going back up
our work but once when we’re going up towards our base we are still going to
be maintaining that increase of two once we hit that last loop so go ahead and
keep doing that I’ll meet you guys back and then we can move on from there so
we’ve made our way back up to the top of this row we have just one loop left and
then we’re going to connect it into the base so we’re going to do from here is
go in with one two single crochet slip stitch into the base to close off that
row once we have that we’re going to slip stitch into the next available loop
that we have into our base flip our work and then we’re going to do the same
thing going all the way back down and then from here you guys can pick where
you guys want your decreases to be I’m just going to go all the way down until
I have three loops left decrease into the third and the second-to-last loop
leaving that last loop I will not be doing anything into there and working my
way back up but I’m just going to keep doing that because that is the type of
incline that I want to have to work my way up towards
shoulder portion so I’m just going to work my way all the way down until I
have three loops left and then I’ll meet you guys back so we’ve just made our way
all the way down leaving the last three loops because we’re going to be doing a
decrease in to the third and second to last so what we’re gonna do is insert
pull through into the second-to-last pull through yarn over pull through all
three and I will be leaving this last one because I want this to decline just
a little bit more so I’m going to do a chain up up one flip my work and then do
a decrease into the first two loops work my way back up and then remember to do
the increase in to every other rows so working our way up towards our base
we’re going to be doing an increase of two into that last loop and I’m going to
keep doing this for just a few more rows I’ll meet you guys back in the next clip
just to let you guys know how many rows I do it for and what things are looking
like but just keep doing this until this shrinks up to a point where you guys
want to just go straight up towards our shoulder from there so I’ll meet you
guys back in the next clip so we are back with the pattern that we were doing
this whole time and this is what I have so far from this point all the way down
to where I ended I have a total of 20 rows and that comes out to about four
and a half inches or twelve centimeters and that’s just about right in the
middle of this point that we have to our shoulder and then once when we get here
we’re going to slow down the little decreases that we have right here so
instead of going into every other row with a decrease we’re going to be
decreasing into every third row and then we’re going to keep doing that all the
way up until we get to this point right here but if you guys need to decrease
into every fourth or every fifth row you guys can go ahead and adjust from there
as well so I’m going to get this started with you guys and then we can move on
from there so now that I’m at this point you guys
can be up here at the base or down here at the bottom like how I am but all I’m
going to do is go into the next two rows with single crochets no increases no
decreases so we’re going to do a chain up of one flip our work pull one single
crochet into every loop that we have going towards our base or towards the
other end and then flip our work do that one more time now that we’ve made our way down with
two rows of regular single crochets now we’re going to do another row where we
do our increase into here and then decrease into here but we’re still going
to be maintaining this set of seven single crochet or however many you guys
have until we get about an inch right underneath our collarbone and then from
there we’re going to start to curve it up just a smidge a bit more and then
we’ll have a little shoulder chunk and then we’ll be all done so into this next
one we’re going to be decreasing into the next two loops and throughout the
edge and from here but one single crochet into every loop leaving that
last one and then we’re going to be doing an increase just like how we’ve
been doing so into this last loop we’re going to go in with one two and then
from there a slip stitch into the base and then we’re going to keep doing that
until we get just an inch underneath our collarbone and then I’ll meet you guys
back so we are back and we have gone all the way up until we’re just about an
inch underneath our collarbone and just let y’all know from here all the way to
where I ended I have a total of 35 rows and now we can start doing just a little
bit more of a decrease until we get to our shoulder portion and then we’re
going to have a little shoulder chunk that comes off of it so however much you
guys have over here we’re just going to decrease until you have just about an
inch and then we’re gonna maintain that until we get to this next stitch marker
and then move our way out so what I’m gonna do is just do a decrease into the
end of this row and then also into the end of the next row just so that we can
taper up just a little bit more and if you guys need to keep going from there
go ahead and then we can move on from there so just going into the next row
and we will go into the row after this as well together we’re gonna be slip
stitching into that next loop we’re gonna flip our work and from here we’re
gonna go all the way down putting one single crochet until we have just two
loops left and then we’re going to be going in with a decrease so we have one five and then we do want this to
decrease just a little bit until we have just about an inch for our shoulder
chunk so we’re going to decrease in to those last two loops along the outside
once we have that we’re going to do a chain above one flip our work and I will
be doing just one more decrease so insert into those two outside loops with
a single crochet decrease and then from here put one single crochet into every
loop going back up and then attach into the base and now that we have our little
chunk that is now just one inch we’re going to keep going straight just like
this until we hit our stitch marker so we’ve now made our way all the way up
until we got to our stitch marker and now we’re going to need to start working
on just a little shoulder chunk and it’s basically going to be the exact same
thing that we’ve been doing we’re just going to extend this out until it comes
to a point and also so that it comes to about an inch and a half in length
because that’s gonna be what sits on top of our shoulder right outside of our
collar and that’s pretty much going to be it so once when we get here what
we’re gonna do is we’re in this last loop right here we’re going to do a
chain up of one flip our work and then from here we should have roughly
anywhere from like four to six loops into this area since we did want to
taper all the way up until he just had one inch left so once when we get about
here what we’re gonna do is just put a single crochet into every loop until we
get to the last two and then we’re going to decrease and this is going to be up
to you guys depending on how many loops you guys have you guys can decrease into
every row or every other row does not matter just as long as you guys make
your way down to a point so let’s just do this together really quickly we did
our chain above one and then I’m going to put one single crochet into every
loop until I have just two loops left along the outside which is this bottom
portion right here not where the collar is so we’re going to go in with a
decrease of to flip our work and I’m just going to be decreasing into every
other row so from here I just put one single crochet into every loop that we
have going back towards our base and once we have that we will not be
connecting into the base we’re going to do a chain apply and flip our work
and then single crochet until he had two loops left to a decrease of two into
those the last two and keep doing that until this comes all the way to a point so we are all back and we have just
finished up going into this little shoulder chunk that we just made for
ourselves and now we’re actually just going to do the same exact thing that we
did here but on the other side so I’m just going to show you guys where to
insert your hook and on how to get this part started and then I will also meet
you guys back right when we’re gonna do our row of back loop single crochets
right here just to remind you guys that this needs to be here and then
everything else will be exactly the same so let’s get this part started we’re
first going to be inserting your hook into this bottom corner because we don’t
need to be starting off with a chain because we already have that all done
we’re going to insert our hook into that loop pull through and from here we’re
just going to continue on with the same exact pattern that we did all the way
over here so just go up with single crochets and then do that pattern until
we get to our sixth row right before we’re about to start our sixth row so
that we can do these back loops together so we are back and we have just finished
up going in with our second half that we have right here and we’ve gone in with
rows one through five and now we’re going to go in with our front loop
single crochets so that we can match the back loop single crochets that we did
over here and obviously we’re going in through the front loops so that will
have loops to go into for our netting so that it matches this side right here so
going into this next row we’re gonna be inserting our hook into that next
available loop that we have into our base of the slip stitch just like normal
we’re gonna flip our work and then once we get down here we’re just gonna be
putting 1 front loop single crochet into every loop that we have so into this
first loop instead of going into the back loops like we normally do just for
this one row we’re going to be inserting our hook in through the loop that is
closest to us and then single crochet let’s do another one together
into the front loop that we have into the next available loop and then single
crochet and I’m just going to do a couple of these and then end up flipping
my work over just so we can see that the ribbing that we’re doing for our netting
is on the same side as the ribbing that we have on the
other side so let’s do just a couple more then this is it the ribbing is
gonna look a little bit differently but as long as you have some type of ribbing
along the front you guys should be good and this is what this side looks like
when we’re going into the front loops and this is what the other side looks
like and once when we have this the rest of the pattern is going to be exactly
the same that we have on the other side so go ahead and do that and then I’ll
meet you guys back once when we have made our way all the way up to this
little shoulder chunk that we have and then we can move on from there all
righty so we are all back with the second half of our front portion all
finished up and now we’re going to start going in with our curved portions and
this is going to be kind of simple but we got a keep track of everything so
what we’re going to do from here is turn our work over and then now we’re going
to start working into all of these side loops that we have so all that is is
just inserting our five millimeter hook into this bottom corner and then from
here the first row we’re just going to go all the way up with a row of single
crochet and then I will meet you guys back once we get up to this point that
we have right here because we have to talk about doing this little shoulder
chunk together so now that we’ve just done our row of single crochet going all
the way up our work right here we have gone into this last loop that we have
and just to let you guys know this doesn’t matter but just let you guys
know I have a total of 53 single crochets and then this part is going to
be completely up to you so obviously this little shoulder chunks that we have
has a little overhang that is going to hang out right on the outside of our
collar and you guys are going to keep going with this increase that I’m about
to show you guys for as long as you guys want this little shouldered chunk to be
I actually don’t want mine too long so I’m just gonna be going in with one row
of this but you guys can go with however many rows you guys want if you guys want
to add sleeves you guys might want to add more if you guys want to keep it
short sleeve like all I am then don’t but how we are going to do our increases
is we’re gonna do a chain up of two from here we’re going to flip our work we’re
gonna insert our hook into that second loop from our hook with a back loop slip
stitch and from here on out we’re going to be doing back loops slip stitches
into every loop going all the way back down to the blunt portion of our work
but as we’re going on what we’re gonna do is start to do a
decrease within any one of these little nooks that we have so this is going to
be completely up to you guys I’m going to be doing my decrease somewhere into
here just so that we can have a curve into our work and then once when we get
to the bottom I’m going to do a chain up of one going back up with back loop slip
stitches but once when I go back up towards the shoulder portion I will not
be doing any decreases just so that we can keep this at a nice curve instead of
at an angle so I’m gonna keep going all the way down until I get right about
here then I’ll meet you guys back so that we can do our decreases together
and then we’ll move on from there so I’m in this little corner our curved corner
that we have right here and all I’m gonna do is do a decrease of two back
loops slip stitches so what we’re gonna do is insert here and over pull through
and then from here we’re gonna insert once when you have those through the
center hook we’re gonna yarn over pull through all three loops and from here
just go all the way down putting one back loop slip stitch going all the way
down so we get to the blunt portion once we get down to the bottom we’re gonna do
a chain up up on and flip our work and then work our way all the way back up so
we get to the shoulder and I’ll show you guys how far we’re going to keep going
so I’m currently on my way down right after we did a little increase for our
shoulder chunk and this is the only increase that I’m going to be doing
because I don’t want this to expand anymore so I’m gonna go down the rest of
this row and then work my way up the stroke not doing an increase just going
into that last one and then I will meet you guys back but if you guys want this
to be longer than you guys keep going back and forth and so you guys get these
shoulder chunk size that you guys want and then we can move on from there
because then we’re gonna have to start cutting down for our underarm portion so
for this ribbed body portion I have gotten with my first three rows of
single crochet and then two back loops slip stitches and then going from the
collar to where I ended this is just about where I want my shoulder chunk to
end so I’m not going to be doing another increase into here once when we get here
I’m actually going to start doing decreases so that it can start to prep
for our armhole so we’re going to decrease this all the way down and then
we’re also going to maintain the decrease that we have right here but
into every other set of two so that this can start to work our way down to our
side so how we’re going to do that is once we get to the end of this row we’re
going to do a chain up of one and then flip my work once when we get
here we’re gonna be doing a decrease into the first two loops so we’re gonna
insert yarn over pull through insert into the next loop yarn over pull
through all three and from here we’re going to maintain this next portion
which is doing back loop slip stitches all the way down until we get to where
ever we decide to decrease along this little area right here do a decrease
we’ll work our way back down once we make our way back down to the bottom
we’re going to do a chain up of one do back loop slip stitches coming all the
way up but leaving the last three loops up here so that we can do a decrease but
I’ll also skip that last one because we need this to cut in quite dramatically
so I’ll meet you guys back once when we go down this row remembering to do our
decrease working our way back down the rest and then working our way back up
with back loop slip stitches not doing anything fancy into those and we’re
gonna leave the last three loops and that’ll meet you guys back so we are
back and we have made our way all the way back up to our shoulder chunk that
we have right here and we left our last three loops and just to let you guys
know I am on row number five and this is where we’re going to start cutting in
for our armhole so the way that we’re going to start to do that is by doing a
decrease in to the third and second to last loop and we’re going to skip that
last loop once when we get there so we’re going to do a decrease in to that
third to last loop pull through and then also insert into that second to last
from here we’re going to yarn over pull through all three loops on our hook once
when you have that we’re going to do a chain up of one flip our work and then
do a decrease into the first two loops that we have right here so row number
six for me or the second row that we have where we’re starting to cut for our
underarm we’re going to be doing a decrease into those first two loops and
then from here we are working our way down to the blunt portion of our top but
we are not going to be doing a decrease into there once we make our way down to
the bottom we’re gonna do a chain up of one flip our work and then work our way
back up leaving the last three loops because we’re going to do another
decrease into there as well and then once when we have those for loops done
sorry once we have those four rows done we’re going to work our way back down
maintaining the same pattern so into that fourth one we’re going to be doing
a decrease so we’ll meet each other back once when we have gone all the way down
made a chain up of one came all the way back up leaving the last three loops and
then we’ll go on from there so we have made our way all the way back up and we
have left our last three loops are going to be doing another decrease into those
two together leaving that last loop once we have that we’re going to do a chain
up of one flip my work and then now that we’re going into the fifth row into our
portion where we’re cutting for our underarm not the fifth row in total
we’re gonna do our decrease into this little corner again and then work your
way back down and then from there we’re going to do slip stitches coming back up
leaving the last three loops decreasing into the third and second-to-last doing
a chain in from one flipping our work decrease into the first two loops going
back down and one so we have that do a chain of one work our way back up
leaving the last three loops and then after that we’re going to do a decrease
of two and then decrease into that middle again so we’re just going to keep
going back and forth like that until this portion that you guys can tell is
cutting for our armhole is actually long enough to fit underneath our armhole so
go ahead and keep doing that pattern all the way down and then I’ll meet you guys
back once when we’re ready to start working with the portion that goes or
the portion that wraps around our body alright so we are all back with this
little curved portion that we have and things are looking really really cool
but once when we get here let me show you guys this is the little underarm
portion that I have that is pretty much from the top of my shoulder all the way
down to my underarm and from here I’m just gonna go in with more back loops
slip stitches but we’re not going to be doing any increases or decreases but
we’re just going to do that so that it can start to wrap around underneath us
until it hits mid underarm and then once when I going with the back it’s going to
meet the other half but yeah I’m just gonna keep going back and forth like
that not doing anything fancy to it and then I will meet you guys back once we
have this side done so I can show you guys what it looks like and then we can
do the other side on our own but when we’re measuring this on ourselves keep
in mind that this will stretch when we wear it so I’m probably only going to go
in with just a couple more rows cuz from here all the way down to where I ended I
have a total of 18 so maybe four maybe five but I will meet you guys back to
confirm in the next clip I’ll go ahead and just do that and then we’ll be all
done alright so we are back with one entire side of our top finished up and
we’re going to do the same thing that we did here on the other side and just to
let y’all know from where I started all the way from where I ended I have a
total of 21 rows so whatever you guys did here go ahead and do the same exact
thing that you guys did here then I’ll meet you guys back so that we can do the
back portion together already so we are all back doing our second half of our
front piece and now we are all done now we’re going to go in with the back piece
which is super duper simple so it should be quick to explain but basically what
we’re going to do is we’re going to be inserting your hook into the next
available loop that we have into the base which is this loop right here and
then with our five and a half millimeter hook we’re just going to make a chain
that goes from here all the way down to where the bottom of the top is and I’ll
let you guys know what chain count that would be in a second but we’re basically
just going to go back and forth with back loop slip stitches going all the
way across until we reach our next stitch marker and then we’re just going
to do a little shoulder chunk right here to match and then we’re going to mimic
all of the rows that we have down here including this little underarm portion
and then we’ll be all done and then we can cut and tie and then do the same
thing from here on over so the amount of chains that we’re going to do is
actually going to be the same amount of chains or not chains single crochets
that we did when we went in with our first single crochet right after we went
in with our solid body portion so as an example from here all the way up until
where I stopped I had a total of 53 single crochets so I am going to be
inserting my hook we can take this guy out now into the next available loop
into our base and then I’m going to start off by making a chain of 53 and
then I’ll meet you guys back so that we can get started on the next row now that
we have our chain what we’re going to do from here is pluck off that last chain
we’re going to do an extra chain up of one and then into that loop that we
blocked off with a second chain from your hook we’re going to go in with a
slip stitch and then from here go ahead and put one slip stitch into every loop
that we have going back down our chain we’re going to connect it into the base
together once we make our way down there alrighty so we are back and we have just
made our way all the way down to our base put in one slip stitch into every
loop that we had in our chain and we’re just gonna do this version together
because it’s super simple we’re just going to be inserting our hook into the
next available loop that we have into our base with a slip stitch to close off
that row once when we have that we’re going to slip stitch into that next
available loop flip our work and then go back in with
back loop slip stitches going all the way down and that is basically it so go
ahead and keep doing back loop slip stitches all the way and so we don’t
have any more loops left into our collar portion that I’ll meet you guys back so
that we can do this shoulder Chunkin underarm portion as
well alrighty so we are all back with our back piece and this is a little nuts
but from here we’re actually just going to continue going in with back loop slip
stitches until we get the same size that we have right here and I know that we
didn’t go in with any single crochets so there’s not going to be an exact amount
of rows for us to go into so you guys are basically just gonna have to eyeball
it but just going off from what I see I think I came up here with an extra five
rows so I’m going to go in with one two three four five and then six because we
did do our little increase along the outside as well so I’m gonna keep going
for an extra six rows if you guys want to figure out how many rows to go into
for this little shoulder chunk portion you guys are actually going to count
from the last row that you guys did for this solid B portion that comes all the
way up until you guys stopped so from here on I had a total of five rows so
that’s what I’m gonna do and then also count the amount of rows that you guys
added on the end for this extra little chunk that we have out here as well so
I’m gonna do my extra rows and then I’ll meet you guys back so that we can do
this underarm portion right here alright so we are back again with this extra
little I’ll show you guys shoulder chunk that we have added for ourselves if you
guys want to just compare then the front should be around the same size as the
back if it’s not the same exact amount of rows and that is fine it’s as though
just as long as it is close to the same size we should be alright but once when
we get here I’m going to leave you guys again but we’re basically just gonna do
the same thing that we did here and onwards so basically just the same
amount of rows that we have right here and then we’re going to maintain the
same decreases in the middle and in deep pieces here all the way until we get to
the same amount of rows and the same amount of loops that we have into this
first row right here once when we have this done we’re going to do a chain of
a1 in cut and then end up doing the same thing on the other side but I’ll meet
you guys back just to show you guys where to insert your hook
all right so we are all back with our back portion and then just to let you
guys know I did end up having the right amount of loops once we made it to the
end and then I just cut inside if you guys are just a few rows off that is
completely fine but once when we have that we’re going to do the same thing
along the other side so all I’m gonna do is just insert my hook in through the
bottom where this back loop is right here and then once when we have that
we’re going to do the same exact thing that we did on the other side so we’re
gonna have that little shoulder chunk of however many rows you guys need and then
we’re going to go in with that underarm portion and the ones we have that we can
sew everything in together do a little bottom border and we start working on
the hood so we are back and we have just made our way all the way down doing the
other side of our underarm portion and we have the correct amount of rows so
now all we’re going to do is just seam up the sides together and as you guys
and see I’ve already done one side and also the shoulder chunky as well so
we’re just gonna really quickly run through that the first thing we’re gonna
want to do is make sure that our work is faced inside out and by inside out I
mean all of these not that one all of these loops that we left for ourselves
that’s gonna help us go in with our net we’re going to leave that on the inside
so we’re going to sandwich the back on top of that and then from there we can
go in with a row of single crochet making sure we’re going into the front
panel in the back panel at the same time so how we’re gonna start that is insert
our hook into the corner loop that we have into the front panel and then
insert our hook into the corner loop be out in the back panel insert our yarn
onto our hook pull through chain up one two secure and once we have that we’re
going to go through with a single crochet let’s do the first ones together
we’re going to insert our hook into the first available loop we have into the
front panel and then into the next available loop we have in the back panel
once we have that we’re going to single crochet everything together and go ahead
and just keep doing this all the way up until this solid portion that we were
just working into doesn’t have any more loops left we’re going to do a chain of
one in cut and then we’re gonna do this shoulder really quickly together as well
so I’ve just made our way all the way up with our row of single crochet and once
when we have that done now we’re just going to go into that shoulder chunk
that we have so I’m gonna take out this stitch marker
that doesn’t need to be there anymore and then from here it’s basically just
going to be the same premise we’re going to be sandwich our two pieces that we
have against each other but this one we’re not gonna have any real loops for
us to go into once when we’re going in through the front solid portion that we
made for ourselves so we’re just gonna have to try to figure it out as we go
along just try to make sure that the loops that were going into are in the
same general area as the ones in the back just to make sure that it doesn’t
get kind of wonky when you go in with your single crochet but other than that
go ahead and keep doing this all the way down you know once you guys make it to
the end do a chain up of one and cut and then do the same seams along the side
and the shoulder portion on the other side alright so we are back and we have
flipped everything right side out and once when we have done that we’re
actually about to go in with our bottom border so the first thing we’re gonna do
is fairly simple we’re just gonna go around with a row of single crochet just
so that it’s easier for us to go in with our bottom border after that so what
we’re gonna do is insert our hook into any one of these loops I like to go in
on the side but that completely does not matter what we’re gonna do is pull
through do a chain up of one to secure and then from here we’re just gonna be
putting one single crochet into every loop that we have going all the way
around and this may be a little difficult since we don’t have any real
loops for us to go into but just go ahead and try to eyeball it and then
once we make our way all the way around we’re going to slip stitch into this
first loop that we have and then we’re going to start with the length of our
band so we’ve just made our way all the way around with a row of single crochet
now we’re going to go in with the length of our bottom border I have already
measured by now and I’m going to make a chain that comes out to about 2 inches
or 5 centimeters so that comes out to about 8 chains now that we have our
chain count what we’re gonna do from here is block off that last chain we’re
going to do a chain up of 2 that counts as a half double crochet we’re going to
prepare for a half double and then into that loop that we’ve blocked off with
our thumb or the third loop from our hook we’re going to go in with a half
double crochet and then once we have that we’re going to go all the way down
our chain putting one half double into every loop that we have and then we’ll
meet each other back once we reach the base so that we can slip stitch into
there together so we have just gone in with our first
row of half double crochets going into the chain and now we’re going to slip
stitch into that base so we’re gonna do from here is count up two loops into the
base so here’s one here’s two slip stitch into that loop then once we have
that this first row is closed up and to work our way up to the next row we’re
going to slip stitch up the next to flip our work and then we’re going to be
going in with more half double crochets but this is going to be going in through
the back loops so we’re gonna prepare for a half double go into that back loop
with a half double and keep doing this all the way down once we make it to the
end do a chain above to flip our work they’re gonna work our way back down
with more back loop half double crochets and then we’re gonna connect it into the
base the same way that we just did together and we’re gonna keep doing that
all the way around until we don’t have any more loops left to go into and then
we’ll meet each other back so we’re gonna seam up our bottom band together we’re back and we have just finished up
going in at the bottom border and what we’re gonna do from here is just seam up
the two sides that we have together and then once we have that we can start
working on the rest so once when we’re here it’s going to be the same way we’ve
done everything else we’re going to insert our hook into the first available
loop into the front panel and then into the next available loop we have in the
back panel once we have that we are going to single crochet everything close
and keep doing that all the way down so we don’t have any more loops left go
ahead and do a chain up of one and cut we are back and we have just finished up
going in with our bottom border and now right before we get started on the hood
we’re just gonna go around our armhole with a single crochet row and this is
going to be fairly simple so I’m just gonna let you guys have at it but we’re
just gonna start it off together we’re gonna be inserting your hook into any
one of these loops I just like to insert my hook in through where the seam is
we’re gonna pull through a chain of one to secure and from here just go all the
way around at the row of single crochet and these are gonna be a bunch of wonky
loops for us to go into so go ahead and just eyeball it making sure that you’re
giving yourself enough room because this does need to stretch just a little bit
once we make our way all the way around go ahead and slip stitch into that first
single crochet that we made for ourselves do a chain up of one end cuts
so I’ve just made our way all the way around our arm holes with a row of
single crochet on both sides and now we already start going in with our hood so
I have tried this on and I figured out where I wanted my hood to start and
starting off where this middle point is I measured all the way up to about where
my collarbone is so for me I measured up about six and a half inches or 17
centimeters from the point on both sides of our collar or if you guys are
counting from the point going all the way up I have inserted my stitch marker
into the thirtieth loop and then from there we’re just gonna go into the row
of double crochet but we’re gonna be increasing into every six for this first
row so let’s get that started together so our first gonna get started looking
at the left side of our top once when everything is flipped right side out and
facing up towards us and we’re going into the left side because this first
row is going to need to be going in through the back loops you guys can’t
start on the other side but you guys are gonna have to be going in through the
front loops which is doable but just a little bit more tedious so once when we
get here we’re gonna take out our stitch marker insert our hook into that back
loop insert our yarn onto our hook pull through then once when we have that
we’re going to do a chain up of three so there’s one two three that counts as our
first double crochet so I’m gonna be doing four more double crochets into the
next four loops since this counts as one so once when we
have so once when we’re done we should have a total of fives now that we have
our five double crochet we’re going to be doing an increase into the sixth so
we’re gonna prepare for a double crochet and then into that next back loop we’re
going to go in with two double crochets into that same loop so there is one and
then there is two into that same loop which is the sixth one from where we
started and we’re going to maintain that pattern going all the way around just
putting one double crochet into every loop and then we’re going to be
increasing into the six until we hit our next stitch marker on this other side
and then I’ll meet you guys back okay so we have made our way all the way around
our first row of our hood and now from here we’re just going to go straight up
with more rows of this increase that we just did for just a few rows
just until this gets wide enough to fit around our head comfortably to where you
guys get the hood size that you want so I’m gonna keep going with an increase of
two double crochets into every sixth loop for the next few rows I’ll I’ll
meet you guys back in the next clip so that we can discuss how many rows we
have the height and then also what we’re gonna do right after that so from here
all we’re gonna do let’s do a chain up of three that counts as our first double
crochet and then into this first loop we’re gonna be putting one double
crochet too we should have one two three since we’re counting our chain above
three so three four and then five once we have our five we’re gonna increase
into that six and we’re going to keep doing this
all the way down once we make it to the end to a chain above three flip our work
and then make our way back and I’ll meet you guys back once we have just a few
rows of this done so we are back with just a little bit of our hood done we
actually just have two rows finished up but just with these two rows these two
rows are the first rows of our increases this is the length that I need going all
the way around that can fit around my head and then from here I’m just going
to do a straight shot all the way up with double crochets so this is going to
be fairly simple once when you guys reach the link that you guys need so
that I can wrap around your head comfortably go ahead and just do a chain
up of three and then do double crochet it’s going back and forth until this
reaches the height of the hood that you guys need and then we’ll meet each other
back so that we can seam it all up together and in the next clip that’s
about to come I’ll let you guys know the measurement that I have and also the
amount of rows that I did as well so a couple hours have passed and we have
finished up going in with behind of our hood and just to let you guys know from
where we started down here all the way up until where I ended I have a total of
22 rows and then that’s also 12 inches or 31 centimeters and the last thing
that we’re gonna have to do for this section right here is just seam in our
hoods together so how we’re going to do that is make sure first that when we go
on with our seam it needs to be on the same side as our other seams so how
we’re gonna do that is once when our work is faced right side out we’re gonna
take these two corners that we have are going to
pinch them together and they’re actually going to reach into the hood and then
grab this inside part and then pull it out and then we’re going to take these
two corners that we’re pinching and then just flip them around and then once we
have that we’re going to be single crocheting and through this seam right
here once when we are done we’re going to chain up one and cut flip it right
side out and then the seam will be on the inside so let’s just get started
with the first few single crochets together and then we’ll move on from
there so I have already flipped my work inside out and we’re just gonna be going
into that first single crochet together so into the next available loop that we
have into the front panel we’re going to insert our hook into there and then also
insert our hook into the panel right after that and then single crochet let’s
do one more into the next available loop into the front panel into the next
available loop into the back panel and then single crochet we’re just going to
keep doing this all the way down until we don’t have any more loops left to go
into once we make it to the end we’re going to do a chain up of one and then
cut so we have just finished up going in with the seam for our hood and what
we’re going to do next is go in with our netting for our little front solid
portion right here so that we can weave in our corset tie in the front but the
first thing you guys are going to want to do is try this on and then figure out
where you guys want your netting to start you guys can bring it all the way
up or it can be lowered towards the bottom border but I chose to insert mine
right into the middle or into my thirteenth loop on both sides of our
ribbing that we love for ourselves that’s why we left it and then from here
we’re just going to go in with a bunch of netting so that we can tied our stuff
in later so let’s just get started on the first one together if we’re taking a
look at our work when it is right-side out we’re going to go into the right
side first just because that one’s just a smidge a smidge bit more complicated
so how we do this is wherever we have inserted our stitch marker we’re going
to take a look at the row that is directly on top of it and there’s not
going to be any real loops or real indicators for us to go into so you’re
just going to have to try to eyeball it but all we’re gonna do is just look up
about two rows we’re gonna insert our hook behind
those loops pull through and then from here we’re going to automatically
prepare for a half double crochet and then into that same loop that has our
stitch marker in it we’re gonna be going in with a half double crochet so let’s
do that together you can take this stitch marker out now then we’re going
to insert our hook with a half double so insert yarn over pull through yarn over
pull through all three loops and then in order to get started on our knitting
what we’re gonna do from here is to a chain up of one prepare for a half
double skip one of these loops that we left ourselves go into the loop right
after that with a half double crochet we’re gonna do a chain up of one for a
pair count out one into that second one and then that is our next half double
and then once we have that just keep doing this all the way down until we
don’t have any more of these front loops left to go into and then we’re going to
slip stitch it into this little base that we’re going to leave and then we
can move on from there so we are back and we have just made our way all the
way down with our row of netting and we have slip stitched into one of these
loops that we have into our base kind of the same way that we started off this
row as well and once we have one of these done we’re going to do the same
thing along the other side we’re just going to get that started off together
and then we’ll do the rest so taking a look at the opposite side it’s going to
be basically the same thing that we did on this side we’re just going to start
it off really quickly since we’re going into this bottom portion what we’re
going to do is look up into the two rows right above the last back loop that we
have right here and then we’re just going to insert our hook behind there
insert our yarn onto our hook pull through once when we get here we’re
going to prepare for a half double and then go into that first back loop that
we have with a half double once we have that we’re gonna yarn over pull through
yarn over pull through three once we have that to a chain up of one prepare
for a half double skip one loop put a half double into the next and go ahead
and keep doing this all the way until we hit our next stitch marker
so we reach here slip stitch it into the second row that we have right above this
last back loop that we have so we are back and we have just finished up going
in with both of our loops that we have and we have also made a chain that can
weave in and out of all of our loops that we had just made for ourselves and
once when we have that we are actually all done with this piece the only thing
that we have left to do is just to even all of our ends we’ve woven in our ends
and this is our mega cute corset cropped hoodie all finished let me tell you guys
this talk was a labor of love so I worked on this for two full days and
remade it probably six times but I can’t tell you guys how much I appreciated the
learning experience plus it turned out perfect and there is a written pattern
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