Amy Pullover Free Crochet Pattern

Ribbed Crop Top Free Crochet Pattern

This post contains my Amy Pullover FREE Crochet Pattern.  I designed the pullover back in November of 2018.  It took me a  while to get it just right and now I have and I get to share it with You!  I couldn’t have done it without my pattern testers.  Thank you Lindsay Silvestrini, Sally Hayes, Sherry Dickenson, Jennifer Secord and Tara Smith.

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With the colder months already here, this would be a GREAT project to do while you are cooped up in the house.  You can binge watch Netflix or Hulu while crocheting the Amy Pullover.

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As a Scoliosis Survivor I have a lot of free time on my hands.  Because I suffer with Chronic Pain I sit or recline on the couch crocheting and watching Netflix.  Since I watch a lot of TV I got the idea for the Amy Pullover from Season 7 of American Horror Story.  Weird right? lol

Ribbed Crop Top Free Crochet Pattern
Sarah Paulson

Sarah Paulson wore roomy, comfy and warm looking tops a lot in Season 7, like the image above. Yes, you may find this silly or funny, but I loved the way they look SO much so I designed a crochet pattern around her wardrobe.  The images below depict my version of her tops.  I hope you find it roomy, warm and comfy as much as I do!

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Sara Paulson also reminds me of my sister, Amy.  Amy was in town while I was designing the Pullover.  She isn’t into crochet and she actually didn’t like the color of the top.  lol  My sister wears the latest fashion and I can see her in this roomy, warm, and comfy Pullover.  That is another reason I named the pullover after my sister, Amy.  I have been waiting to share this post because Amy’s birthday is in December.  I wanted to give her a gift and to let her know how much her support means to me.  Thank you and Happy Birthday Amy.

I hope you enjoy my Amy Pullover.  The Amy Pullover Free Crochet pattern has 6 sizes to choose from.  I hope you share your version of the Amy Pullover with me.  You can post your version at any of my social media sites listed below the pattern.  I’d love to hear from you, so be sure to comment here at my website.  If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me at jo@joscraftyhook.com.

If you would like to purchase the PDF pattern you can do so from my Esty Shop here or from my Ravelry Store here.  This pattern is a long one, so if you’d like a pdf version, please stop by my Etsy Shop or Ravelry Store.

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Materials: Gauge:

US Hook I/5.5 or 5.5 mm US Hook I/5.5 or 5.5 mm
14-22 ounces of #4 Worsted Weight Yarn
6 HDC x 6 Rows = 2 inch
US Hook G/4.5 or 4.5mm
Scissors
Tapestry Needle
Stitch Markers

Abbreviations: Notes:

CH = Chain Ch 1 does NOT count as a stitch
SS = Slip Stitch
SC = Single Crochet
DC = Double Crochet
FHDC = Foundation Half Double Crochet 

FHDC instruction on my YouTube Channel
HDC in the 3rd Loop on YouTube HDC = Half Double Crochet
Added Sleeve Video Tutorial on YouTube
Creating Neckline Video Tutorial on YouTube

 

Special Notes
*Sizes range from S, M, L, XL, 2X, and 3X
*The Top is crocheted from the Bottom to Top and back down again.
*The top is crocheted as One Piece except for when attaching the other      Sleeve.
*1st Sleeve will be added at the end of the Row.
*Other Sleeve adds a FHDC row

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These are Measurements BEFORE the Ribbing is Added

Bust Size 38 42 46 50 52 54
Sizes Small Medium Large X-Large 2X 3X
Sleeves Height 5” 6.5” 8” 9.5” 11” 12.5”
Neck Opening 11” 12.5” 14” 15.5” 17” 18.5”
Body before Sleeves 11.5” 13” 14.5” 16” 17.5” 19”
Sleeves 16” 18” 20” 22” 24” 26”
Total Height Before Ribbing 17.5” 19” 20.5” 22” 23.5” 25”
Total Width Before Ribbing 20” 21.5” 23” 24.5” 26” 27.5”

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This Ribbed Crop Top is supposed to be Loose and Comfy.  This is why the measurements are so different from a fitted top.  

Using I Hook

FHDC 57, 63, 69, 75, 81, 87 Fasten off and lay aside (this is your 2nd Sleeve)

Starting at the Bottom of the Top

For Bottom of the Top FHDC 68, 74, 80, 86, 92, 98 OR Chain 70, 76, 82, 88, 94, 100 HDC in the 3rd chain from hook and each ch across.  68 (74, 80, 86, 92, 98) HDC

R1-R3:  Turn. Ch 1, HDC in the next 68 (74, 80, 86, 92, 98) st.

HDC in the 3rd Loop (Bump) YouTube Video

R4:  Turn.  Ch 1, hdc in 1st st, hdc in the 3rd loop of ea hdc from previous row until last hdc, hdc in last hdc.  

R5-R7:  Turn. Ch 1, HDC in each st across.

Repeat R4-R7 until your Top measures 11.5” (13”, 14.5”, 16”, 17.5”, 19”)  Be sure to end with R4. At the end of your measured Rows, do NOT turn.

Top measures 21”, 23”, 25”, 27”, 29”, 32” across before adding sleeves.

Adding the Sleeves and Neckline
Sleeves measure 16”, 18”, 20”, 22”, 24”, 26” before Ribbing.

Adding Sleeves Video Tutorial

R1:  Ch 1, FHDC in the first st.  FHDC 56 (62, 68, 74, 80, 86) more times.  

R2:  Turn.  Ch 1, HDC in the next 57 (63, 69, 75, 81, 87) st.  HDC in the next 68, (74, 80, 86, 92, 98) st. Attach the FHDC Row by HDC in 1st st, HDC in the remaining 56 (62, 68, 73, 79, 85) st.

R3:  Turn.  HDC in the next 182 (200, 218, 234, 252, 270) st.   

R4:  Turn.  Ch 2, HDC in the 1st st, HDC in the 3rd loop of ea st until the last st, hdc in last st. 182 (200, 218, 234, 252, 270) st

R5-R7:   Turn.  Ch 1 and HDC in the next 182 (200, 218, 234, 252, 270) st.

R8:   Turn.  Ch 1, HDC in the 1st st, HDC in the 3rd loop of ea st until the last st, hdc in last st. 180 (200, 218, 234, 252, 270) st

Repeat R5-R8 until your Sleeves measure 5”, 6.5”, 8”, 9.5”, 11”, 12.5” tall.

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Neck

Adding Neckline Video Tutorial

R1:  Once the front part of your Sleeves measure 5”, 6.5”, 8”, 9.5”, 11”, 12.5” tall turn and place hdc in the next 68 (74, 80, 86, 92, 96) st, ch 44, 47, 50, 53, 56, 59 and skip the next 44 (47, 50, 53, 56, 59)st.  Hdc in the next 68 (74, 80, 86, 92, 96) st.

R2-R3:  Turn. Ch 1 and HDC in the each st across.  182 (200, 218, 234, 252, 270) st.

R4:  Turn.  Ch 1, HDC in the 1st st, HDC in the 3rd loop of ea st until the last st, hdc in last st. 180 (200, 218, 234, 252, 270) st

R5-R7:  Turn. Ch 1 and HDC in the each st across.  182 (200, 218, 234, 252, 270) st

R8:  Turn.  Ch 1, HDC in the 1st st, HDC in the 3rd loop of ea st until the last st, hdc in last st. 180 (200, 218, 234, 252, 270) st

Repeat R5-R8 until the back part of your Sleeves measure 5”, 6.5”, 8”, 9.5”, 11”, 12.5” tall.

Turn.  Place sleeves RS to RS and Slip Stitch the Sleeve you just finished.  (57, 63, 69, 75, 81, 87). Do not turn. Place hdc in the next 68, 74, 80, 86, 92, 98 st.  Leave the remaining Sleeve undone. Turn

Ribbed Crop Top Crochet Pattern
Back of Crop Top

Back
R1-R3:  Ch 1 and HDC in the next 68, (74, 80, 86, 92, 98) st.

R4:  Ch 1 and hdc in first st, HDC in the 3rd Loop in the next 66, 72, 78, 84, 90, 96 and hdc in the last st.

Repeat R1-R4 until Back measures 17.5”, 19” 20.5” 22” 23.5” ending with R3.  

Ribbed Crop Top Crochet Pattern
Wrist’s Cuffs

2nd Sleeve

Adding Sleeve Video Tutorial below

Use your Tapestry Needle and sew the Foundation Row of the Sleeve together.

Place sleeves RS to RS and Slip Stitch the Sleeve from the wrist to the armpit.  (57, 63, 69, 75, 81, 87). Do NOT fasten off or turn.

Edging

Sewing Sides Video Tutorial below

Turn Sleeve right side out.  Slip stitch into the 1st st of the Side.  Place 1 sc in evenly in each side st until you come to the bottom of the Top.  Place 1 sc in each st of the Foundation Row until you come to the other side of the Top.  Place 1 sc evenly across the other side of the Top until you come to the Armpit. Place 1 sc evenly across the Side until you come to the Bottom of the Top.  Place 1 sc in each st of the Foundation Row until you come to the other Side. Place 1 sc evenly across the Side of the Top until you come to the Armpit.

Turn Top inside out.  Sew the Sides together until you come to the Bottom Corner.  Fasten Off and sew the other Sides together until you come to the Bottom Corner.  Fasten Off. Weave in ends and fasten off.

Ribbed Crop Top Free Crochet Pattern
Side Edging

Trim
Adding and Finishing Wrist Trim/Cuff from my YouTube Channel

Wrists with G Hook

Step 1:  With Sleeves right side out, SC evenly around the wrist.  Join with a ss into the 1st sc.

Chain 5, turn and sc in 2nd chain from hook and in the next 3 st.  

Step 2:  SS into the next sc of sleeve twice.  Ch 1, turn and sc in blo of the next 3 st, sc in both loops of the last st.  Turn.

Step 3:  Ch 1, sc in the 1st, sc in the blo of the next 3 st.  ss into the next sc of sleeve twice. Ch 1, turn and sc in the blo of the next 3 st, sc in both loops of the last st.  Turn

Repeat Steps 2 & 3 until you work your last sc of the Wrist.  SS into the next 4 st of the beginning Trim. Fasten off and repeat these Steps on the other Wrist.

Ribbed Crop Top Free Crochet Pattern
Neck of Crop Top

Neck with G Hook

Step 1:  With Top right side out, SC evenly around the Neck.  Join with a ss into the 1st sc.

Chain 5, turn and sc in 2nd chain from hook and in the next 3 st.  

Step 2:  SS into the next sc of Neck twice.  Ch 1, turn and sc in blo of the next 3 st, sc in both loops of the last st.  Turn.

Step 3:  Ch 1, sc in the 1st, sc in the blo of the next 3 st.  ss into the next sc of sleeve twice. Ch 1, turn and sc in the blo of the next 3 st, sc in both loops of the last st.  Turn

Repeat Steps 2 & 3 until you work your last sc of the Neck.  SS into the next 4 st of the beginning Trim. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Ribbed Crop Top Crochet Pattern
Bottom Ribbing

Bottom with G Hook

Step 1:  With Top right side out, attach yarn with a ss into the 1st sc of either Side seam.  Chain 5, turn and sc in 2nd chain from hook and in the next 3 st.

Step 2:  SS into the next sc of Bottom twice.  Ch 1, turn and sc in blo of the next 3 st, sc in both loops of the last st.  Turn.

Step 3:  Ch 1, sc in the 1st, sc in the blo of the next 3 st.  ss into the next sc of Bottom twice. Ch 1, turn and sc in the blo of the next 3 st, sc in both loops of the last st.  Turn

Repeat Steps 2 & 3 until you work your last sc of the Bottom.  SS into the next 4 st of the beginning Trim. Fasten off and weave in ends.

If you got this far, CONGRATULATIONS!  You have finished the Amy Pullover!  Again, I would really LOVE to see your version!  You can find all the ways to connect with me below.  Thank you for crocheting the Amy Pullover!

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Author: Jo Baird

I LOVE to Crochet! I have been Crocheting for over 20 years and this year I decided to turn the love into a business. I still Crochet gifts to show my love, now I sell what I make to spread the LOVE!

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