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A fishnet style tanktop
A simple shirt made to cover up a bathing suit. This is super simple, you can embelish however you might like. IE with shell stitch borders, or picots....

Posted by MsMyrna from Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada • Published See MsMyrna's 4 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Chain 60 and join with a slip stitch to the 1st chain being careful not to twist chain.

  • Step 2

    Row 1: Chain one and single crochet in each stitch around. Join with a slip stitch to the first sc.

  • Step 3

    Row 2: *Chain 5 skip 2 stitches single crochet in next stitch* repeat around do NOT join,. (First row of mesh completed)

  • Step 4

    Row 3-4: * Chain 5, single crochet in next chain 5 space of previous round* repeat around. Do NOT join

  • Step 5

    Row 5: *Chain 5, single crochet in next chain five space of previous round* repeat 3 more times chain 18, and skip next 4 chain 5 spaces. single crochet in next space. *Chain 5, single crochet in next chain 5 space of previous round* 8 times. chain 18, and skip next 4 chain 5 spaces. single crochet in next space. *chain 5, single crochet in next chain 5 space of previous round* to complete row.

  • Step 6

    Row 5-20 (or length desired) *chain 5, single crochet in next chain 5 space of previous round* repeat around. Do not join.

    When at the last row, join to beginning of row, and fasten off. Weave in ends.

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Sarah S.
Sarah S.
Hi MsMyrna!

I think this is too cute however I'm having problem making it. Somehow I'm getting lost/confused at Row 5. I'm following instructions as written but I don't feel that it's turning out as I would imagine.

Should the 18 chains between spaced evenly? Should there be the same amount of chain 5 space in between? Right now I have 8 chain 5 on one side and only 2 chain 5 on the other side.

Your help would be great. I would love to make this for my daughter.

Thanks so much.
Sarah
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