How to Crochet * The perfect Bikini Top * Bustier for Summer Tops * for all Sizes

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I figured out how to crochet the perfect fitting and stable Bikini Top or Bustier for your next Summer Top:

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  1. Hi! I love this tutorial, i always have huge issues finding fitting bikini tops or patterns for my size :-) Thanks alot! BUT, i made both cups the same way and they dont look the same. I read in a similar pattern that the other cup was made the same way but “reverse” and i dont get how that’s done…help? :)

  2. Giovanna Horning on

    Thank you so much for this video! This is the simplest, most versatile, and most flattering style of crochet bikini top I have found.
    Thank you thank you thank you! I am making them for all of my friends :)

  3. Thank you soooo much!!

    At first I didnt understand the instructions, when you suddenly skip to the completed cup. When I concentrated a little bit, I realised that you just keep half double crocheting and you will end up with a bend in the work. Then you just keep going (with the half double crochet) till you reach a size where it actually looks like a bra cup.

    Thanks again :)

  4. Janet Hubbell on

    I did watch your video but didn’t get all of what and how? You were starting I did send a message. Where Could I get the written patterns for the Perfect bikini Bra? It is just what I have been looking for. You make it look so easy. I have crochet and knited for many years. I would like to make this pattern. Thank you J

  5. It is very..super..easy 2 make..i used cotton yarm n took me about 2hrs to make..THANK YOU!!…ps: fits like a glove…:)

  6. laura patterson on

    Hi, i am trying to follow your instructions for the “perfect bikini” ( video clip) but towards the end I think some instructions are missing ( increasing or adding stitches after you do the two or more rows on the border. My bikini cup is flat , like a table cloth, not oval , how do you get the cup shape? Please help.

    Thanks a lot,

    Laura ( from Canada)

    • Hi! Is your crochet flat? I did it and fits perfectly. What you have to do is, after you make the square part (equal number of rows and columns), then you continue to crochet in the side of the square until you reach the bottom (where your first stich of the entirely work is).
      After that, you return going upwards and doing the “three-stitches-of-the-corner” (sorry, forgot the name in english!) in the same area where you did them in the previous row. And continue crochet until the end of the row.
      Then, go back. Repeat.
      ***with those 3 special stitches that are repeated each time you pass across that area, you create the cavity and your work should end with the correct shape****

      Hope that helps! Best wishes and good luck! M. :)

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