This #SizeInclusive bralette is perfect for first-timers who have never crocheted a bralette before. Make this adjustable bralette pattern in any size with this tutorial-style pattern, and use the 20+ photos to help ensure you’re on the right track with plenty of helpful fit-tips included.
The Goldstone Bralette is worked in 3 main pieces: two identical cups and one body panel that get seamed together. Two neck straps are added to the top of each cup, and a long chain is created to lace up the back. The body panel is worked from the top-down, with one row of mesh in the top row so that the back-tie can be woven under the bust and through the mesh before being laced up in the back for extra support.
Yarn: DK--WeCrochet CotLin in Cashew
- 70% Tanguis Cotton, 30% Linen
- 123 yds (112 m) per 1.76-oz (50 g) skein
- Find this yarn on crochet.com
This is a light, DK weight, category #3 yarn. Substitute WeCrochet CotLin with any similar, DK weight yarn. Most fibers should work fine, but for similar results to the sample shown, choose a cotton yarn. You can also use any weight of yarn and follow the instructions as they’re written if you’d prefer a different yarn weight!
Yardage: 2 (2, 3, 3, 3) (4, 4, 5, 5) skeins or 246 (246, 369, 369, 369) (492, 492, 615, 615) yds / 225 (225, 338, 338, 338) (450, 450, 563, 563) m for sizes XS (S, M, L, XL) (2X, 3X, 4X, 5X). This is just a guide - yardage will vary slightly due to the tutorial-style nature of working to your exact measurements and the actual yardage will depend on your desired coverage. For reference, the size small sample shown used 1.5 skeins.
Hook: Size U.S. C/2 (2.75 mm)
Notions: Tapestry needle, 2 locking stitch markers, additional stitch markers or scrap yarn to help with seaming the cups to the body (optional)
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