Patriotic Crochet Tank Top
Do you want to learn how to crochet a Patriotic Crochet Tank Top? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.
Hi there, here at Crochet fashion you will find great tutorials, and I have a perfect Patriotic Granny Stitch Crochet Tank Top for you today, it’s a fast and easy tutorial, that was created by Sarah from @repeatcrafterme.
But before we talk about this beautiful pattern, do you know what the 4th of July is?
If you are not an American, you may not understand what this date represents and we will give you a summary.
The 4th of July is the date of one of the biggest national holidays in the United States. Americans celebrate their Independence Day with different activities, one of the most popular being the fireworks display, which takes place in the four corners of the country.
The commemorations go back to the 4th of July 1776, the date on which the Declaration of Independence was printed, when the country is considered to have been born. The territory that became independent from the British, however, was much smaller than the United States as we know it today.
In the mid-18th century, the United Kingdom had under its dominion in North America the so-called 13 Colonies, which extended along the east coast of the continent: Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware. , Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.
Colonization began in the 17th century, as part of the expansion of British territories into the “New World”, which also reached Canada and part of the Caribbean.
In general, the central government administered its domains under the logic of mercantile colonialism, to extract from the overseas possessions as much as possible for the benefit of the metropolis.
The 13 colonies, however, had a particularity: they enjoyed a high degree of autonomy and held their own local elections. This freedom forged the foundations of a sense of identity that, from 1750 onwards, would become the substrate of the independence movement.
Now that you understand the holiday, let’s talk about this beautiful pattern that has two tutorial options. The first one is for kids and the other one is for people who wear small size. But you can adapt to larger sizes, following the creator’s guidelines.
We’re using U.S. crochet terms in this tutorial and materials used for this project are:
– Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in Cherry Red, White, and Blue are perfect patriotic colors, but you can use any brand you want.
– Size H Crochet Hook
– Tapestry needle
So far have you liked the clear instructions? Then see the FREE written pattern. You can follow the step by step with clear instructions and photos.
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