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I’m looking for a pattern to go to this picture I found on a Facebook group I’m in. Can anyone help me? …TIA…

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That could be AI. It doesn’t look too real.

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Yea, I thought so too. But I wonder if someone would be able to create a pattern for it.

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Probably, but not me. i’m just intermediate.

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The center reminds me of most doily patterns. I could probably help you get it started!

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That would be great.

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I found this lady’s website and she has some similar ones

That photo kinda looks ai though

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I just took a look at it and I have a theory of what the pattern might be, but I’m not sure about the number of stitches, but this is just a guess:

Round 1: 12 dc in mr
Round 2: 1 dc, ch 2 rep x 12
Round 3: 2 dc in ch 2 space, ch 2 rep x 12
Round 4: ch 6, 1 sc in the center of the ch 2 space rep x 12
Round 5: ch 6/8, 1 sc in the center of the ch 6 space rep x 12
Round 6: (in each ch 6/8 space) 1 sc, 2 dc, 1 sc rep x 12 or 1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc rep x 12

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On the 6th round, there may be a ch 1 or a picot between the two dc sts. It’s hard to tell.
I tried to reverse image search it and could find nothing on this top, but this is my best guess!

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https://www.etsy.com/listing/1491187845/

i found this one that’s super close! i just looked up “crochet mandala top pattern” and some other similar ones came up if you wanna give it a shot.

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I found this and there is on pretty close to what you are looking for. It is in the 30’s I think.

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Definitely isn’t AI. Zooming in you can see the stitch definition. To recreate it you could probably use a dolly pattern and build off of that with a rectangle with a hole in it. You could use chains with brushes out ends for the dangly thingys

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I can see what you are saying. The colors blend perfectly across as well.

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That’s what I was thinking :sob::sob::sob:

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