Blaze Peplum Shirt Release

My very first published pattern, the Blaze Peplum Top, has completed testing! It’s free for the first 150 downloads on Ravelry with the coupon code BLAZEFREE. After this promotion, the price will go to $4.00.

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Details:

This crochet toddler shirt pattern is formed in two parts: a top made of join-as-you-go motifs and a peplum of lacy shells. It works up quickly with 450 yards of DK yarn and a size J-10 (6.00 mm) crochet hook.

Additional Materials Needed:

Scissors
Yarn needle

Gauge:
Pentagon motif – 3” diameter
Hexagon motif – 4” diameter
Skirt – 2 repeats in pattern = 3”

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Baby Blaze Peplum Shirt (Crochet Pattern)

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I have recently become hooked on the designs of Doris Chan. I love her crochet philosophy: no seam, join-as-you-go, and yarn-efficient. After making a few designs from her book Convertible Crochet, I was inspired to design a motif-based shirt for my little sister Emma. In a few days, I designed and completed the Blaze Peplum Shirt. The project was yarn efficient, quick to make, and very rewarding, so I decided to share it.

The pattern for the Blaze Peplum shirt (size: 12-months) is now selling on Ravelry and Craftsy.

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