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Free pattern alert! BHL x WATG: Introducing the Lex Crop Top

**Click here and enter your email address to get the Lex Crop Top crochet pattern totally for freeeeeee!** 

I think it's safe to say, when you're the kind of person who loves to make stuff, you probably love to make all the stuff, right? Well, that's certainly the case for us. Sewing maybe our "day job", and Number One favourite thing to do, but we also really dig other making outlets too - knitting, crochet, quilting, cooking, DIYing - if it starts with nothing much and ends in something cool, we'll get stuck right in.

So, over the last couple of weeks we've been having some fun with a little extra-curricular project - we designed a crochet pattern and kit for our pals over at Wool and the Gang - may we present the Lex Crop Top!

The Lex Crop Top is the perfect quick fix crochet pattern - in an evening or two you'll have yourself a super-hot Summer-sexy halter ready for whatever festival / beach / picnic you've got planned over the next month or two, made up in WATG's very own Shiny Happy Cotton. If a ready-made kit isn't for you, or you've got some yarn to burn, you can have this pattern absolutely FREE OF CHARGE when you click here and sign up for Wool and the Gang's and our newsletter (none of us will spam you, we promise, you'll just receive sewing and knitting related goodness and you can always opt out if you change your mind).

Made up in half double crochet (or half treble for UK terminologists) with a pretty picot lace border, this top offers modest coverage at the bust - flattering for both smaller and fuller figures alike, but keeps things sexy with her open back, exposed shoulders and the perfect hint of collarbone.

If the designing and making of this top was fun, then shooting it at WATG HQ was a blast! We even made a fun little "meet the maker" type video clip, and those of you who follow us, or WATG on Instagram may have seen an even sillier slo-mo head banging outtake...!


Comments on this post (14)

  • Aug 20, 2018

    I would love a copy of this pattern please.

    — Leigh Hawthorne

  • Sep 28, 2018

    Could I please have some advice on how to download this pattern, as when I click on the link it takes me to the wrong part of the website

    Thank you

    — Carol

  • Sep 28, 2018

    I’ve tried for half an hr to get the free pattern and its not working. I’ve signed up to both newsletters and I’m already a customer of watg, plz helpppp I’m desperate to get started 😊 thank you

    — Lezah

  • Sep 28, 2018

    Hey! I don´t know if this is still to be downloaded, but i would very much like to get it if it´s possible!
    I have tried to subscribe to the newsletter, but still no pattern to be found.

    — Ann Sofie

  • Sep 28, 2018

    Links no longer provide “free pattern” :(

    — Riley Jo Wallace

  • May 11, 2020

    Hey! Love this crop top!
    I’m starting to learn crochet and my teacher asked me if you have a diagram of the pattern by any chance?
    Thank you very much :)

    — Miriam

  • May 14, 2018

    I would like this free pattern

    — Renee

  • May 11, 2020

    Does anyone know what weight yarn to use? I tried making the small pattern, but it turned out huge on me. I think I may be using the wrong weight? Or is this just a large pattern? I’m a very small person.

    — Sarah

  • Oct 19, 2016

    We are in Summer here in South Africa. I love this pattern and will be making this in lots of colors.

    Thank you!

    — Sarah

  • Nov 09, 2015

    Great pattern! Downloaded this yesterday and whipped up a birthday present for my friend…it looks great. I hope she likes it…thanks for the pattern.

    — NEEN

  • Jul 30, 2015

    Wow, that is some super-consistent crochet work!

    — Susan Krzywicki

  • Jul 29, 2015

    Love it! I’ll have to learn to crochet:)

    — Charlotte

  • Jul 29, 2015

    Wow I love this! Its definitely got the boho festival vibe that’s perfect for summer

    — Ali B

  • Jul 29, 2015

    Eeek how exciting! I love crochet but have never gone beyond granny squares – can’t wait to try this! You girls design the best patterns :)

    — Nina

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