Sera Lace Top—Pattern Review

Hey everyone! This week I want to share with you guys this beautiful top I made awhile back, called the Sera Lace Top!

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Stitch Pattern

Without a doubt, the star of this top is the lace stitch pattern. It is called the shell trellis stitch, and it is just so pretty! If you are interested in this stitch, I made a step-by-step tutorial which you can view HERE. 

The Book

I first saw this pattern in the book Best of Interweave Crochet. I fell in love with SO many patterns in this book; they really are beautiful!! (Get the book HERE.)

After drooling over all the gorgeous patterns, I finally settled on this top. I am so glad I did!

Despite what you might think, this top was actually very easy to make. It is designed in the raglan style, so you start at the top and work down seamlessly in the round. That’s probably my favorite part about the top—it is just one piece; no sewing is involved at all. And once you get the stitch pattern down, it goes super quickly.



The PDF Version

You can buy the pattern separately from the book as a download HERE. If you look at the pictures, you might notice that the original pattern was designed with long sleeves. As you can see here, I chose to leave the sleeves off, because I felt the lacy look would be a perfect light summer top. I truly love the way it turned out!

The Yarn

Lastly, let me tell you about the yarn I used for this top. I chose Knit Picks Galileo. If ever there was a squishy, soft sport weight yarn, this would be it! I enjoyed working with this yarn so much. Plus, it is fairly inexpensive to buy. Get some for yourself HERE!

Just in case you missed the links above, I’ll put them all here for easy accessibility:

View the tutorial for stitch pattern in this top HERE. 

Get the Sera Lace Top PDF pattern HERE.

Get the Best of Interweave Crochet book (this top and a bunch of other amazing crochet patterns are included!) on Amazon HERE.

Get Knit Picks Galileo Yarn HERE.

I hope you have enjoyed this article. If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I would love to help!

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Happy crocheting!

— Rachel 🙂