Kanee Top Crochet pattern

Kanee Top Crochet pattern - beginner friendly

This post includes everything you need to know about the Kanee Top, an oversized trendy design to be worn for all your summer adventures! 

Very beginner friendly crochet pattern. All you have to know is how to do double crochet, single crochet and slip stitch and you're good to go.

It features a mesh beautiful stitch and long flare sleeves with nice and slight wide neckline shaping.

Pattern includes video tutorials to all stitches required by the pattern.



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Yarn: HiMALAYA Deluxe BAMBOO - sport weight #2

  • 40% Cotton 60% bamboo
  • 273 yds (250 m)  3.5 oz (100 g) 

 Yardage Required: For sizes S (M/L, XL/XXL)

Approx 874 (929, 1093) yds

800 (850, 1000)  m



Recommended Yarn

Bamboo by We Are Knitters

100% bamboo

You will need approx 3 (3, 3) balls


Schachenmayr Organic Cotton (100% organic cotton, 50g)

DMC Natura Just Cotton (100% cotton, 50g)

Scheepjes Bamboo Soft (50% cotton 50% bamboo, 50g)

MillaMia Naturally Baby Soft (50% Cotton 50% Soy, 50g)


Hook: U.S E (3.5 mm) or any size to obtain the gauge

Notions: Tapestry needle to weave in ends and seaming











The pattern is written for 3 sizes S (M/L, XL/XXL).
This pattern is worked in 4 separate panels, from the bottom up. It features an oversized fit slightly cropped and long flare drop -sleeves style top. Pattern is written for smallest size with all other sizes in parentheses.

Pattern is written in U.S terms.

Skill Level: Beginner - Easy

Sizing: This top is designed for a loose fit, with 4-6” / 10-15 cm of positive ease at the bust.
When deciding the size you would like to make, you will need to know your actual bust measurement, and this will give you a good starting point for the size you will make.








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1 comment

I am working on the back panel and am slightly confused. Does sc2(14 times) mean sc 2x in same stitch for the 1st row?

Terri Benetti

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