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Canyonlands Boho Crochet Top – Free Pattern

Pair the breezy Canyonlands boho crochet top with a bandeau or cami, a pair of well-worn jeans and a free spirit and you'll have yourself the perfect bohemian summer look! Free crochet pattern using the Open Fan crochet stitch made with LB Collection Cotton Bamboo yarn!

Combine the breezy Canyonlands boho crochet top with a bandeau or cami, a pair of well-worn jeans and a free spirit and you’ll have yourself the perfect bohemian summer look! As always, the free pattern is below or you can purchase a printable PDF here.

   This free crochet pattern for the Canyonlands boho crochet top is a great summer project and makes a perfect bohemian festival outfit! Learn how to crochet the Open Fan crochet stitch!    Pair the breezy Canyonlands boho crochet top with a bandeau or cami, a pair of well-worn jeans and a free spirit and you'll have yourself the perfect bohemian summer look! Free crochet pattern using LB Collection Cotton Bamboo yarn!
This free boho crochet top pattern is part of an ongoing collaboration with my friends at Lion Brand. This post contains affiliate links.

Are you a swatcher? As in, someone who makes swatches to before a starting a project, either to check your gauge or try out a certain yarn.

I neeeeeever used to swatch anything. Delaying the gratification of starting a new project just to make something I’d inevitably tear out anyhow sounded like a pretty silly use of my precious crochet time.

Pair the breezy Canyonlands boho crochet top with a bandeau or cami, a pair of well-worn jeans and a free spirit and you'll have yourself the perfect bohemian summer look! Free crochet pattern using LB Collection Cotton Bamboo yarn! Perfect for sunsets in the desert (Moab, Utah)!

But things have changed around here. Now I get obsessed with trying out new stitches and end up swatching and swatching until I have no idea which stitch to actually use for a design. (If you’re wondering, this is one of my favorite stitch dictionaries to swatch from! 

When I was on total swatch overload before beginning this boho crochet top pattern, many of you chimed in on Instagram about which stitch you preferred. The Open Fan stitch was the clear favorite. Honestly, I groaned.

I was intimidated. So lacy. So many unfamiliar shapes. I was scared I just would never get the hang of it this stitch for making more than a swatch.

Pair the breezy Canyonlands boho crochet top with a bandeau or cami, a pair of well-worn jeans and a free spirit and you'll have yourself the perfect bohemian summer look! Free crochet pattern using LB Collection Cotton Bamboo yarn!
This free crochet pattern for the Canyonlands boho crochet top is a great summer project and make a perfect bohemian festival outfit!

Well, let me say, to my brain, the Open Fan stitch is less straightforward than some other stitches. But it’s only a four row repeat using basic stitches (ch, sc, dc, tr), so once you’ve worked 4-8 rows, it’s smooth sailing. I’ve included a stitch chart in the printable pattern PDF which I think will be really helpful if you’re a visual learner like me. You can purchase the printable, ad-free PDF here.

I really, really loved the Lion Brand LB Collection Cotton Bamboo yarn I used for this crochet top. The bamboo makes it smooth and flexible and the cotton makes it durable, creating the perfect combo for a garment you plan to wear over and over again (which I promise, you will!)

UPDATE: Lion Brand has put together a kit for this crochet top pattern! You can get all the yarn, plus a printed copy of the pattern sent straight to your doorstep. If you’ve never tried this Cotton Bamboo yarn before, this is a great way to get your hands on some. Check out the new kit here.

Crochet open fan stitch worked in LB Collection Cotton Bamboo yarn in the color "Magnolia." Free pattern using this lacy, decorative crochet stitch!

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Canyonlands Boho Crochet Top – Free Pattern

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Explanation:
This lacy boho crochet top has a slightly cropped look which makes it BBFs with warm nights under the stars and higher waisted jeans. Throw it on over a cami or a bandeau for a breezy summer vibe. It’s made from the bottom up using basic stitches (ch, sc, dc, tr) in a four row repeat. Once you have the basic repeat down, the shaping of the garment is extremely simple. Work additional rows before the sleeves to make a longer tunic-length top.

Supplies:
Purchase a kit with all the yarn needed to make this pattern here!
• LB Collection Cotton Bamboo by Lion Brand (Weight: 3/light – 245 yds, 3.5 oz)
– MC: Magnolia, 3 (5, 6) skeins
• Tapestry needle
• Size G (4 mm) crochet hook
Size H (5 mm) crochet hook
• Stitch markers or safety pins

Sizes:
This crochet top is intended to be loose and flowy with quite a bit of positive ease. The pattern is fairly easy to customize and notes are included below on how to adjust sizing. Sample pictured is a size S/M.

S/M: Fits 32-36” bust. Length = approx. 19.5”

L/XL: Fits 37-41” bust. Length =approx. 21.5”

2XL/3XL: Fits 42-47” bust. Length =approx. 23.5”

Gauge:
2 fan clusters + single crochets on either side = 4”
8 rows (4 fan clusters) = 4”

Abbreviations and Glossary (US Terms):
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
tr – treble crochet
sk – skip
sp – space
tch – turning chain
RS – right side
WS – wrong side
rep – repeat
MC – main color

Overall Pattern Notes:

  • When stitch counts are mentioned, size S/M is given first with L/XL and 2XL/3XL following in parenthesis. Like this: S/M (L/XL, 2XL/3XL).
  • To customize this crochet top to make it wider or narrower, adjust your initial chain to be any multiple of 10 sts + 7. When working the rows, work fewer rows of the lower half of the shirt for a shorter shirt and more rows for a longer shirt. Similarly, you can adjust the overall length of the shirt and the openness of the armholes by working fewer or additional rows in the top half of the shirt.

Lower Half of Shirt

Notes:
• For visual learners, the chart in the ad-free PDF may be very helpful in understanding how the Open Fan stitch is worked.
Special Stitch – Fan: 1 tr, [ch 2, 1 tr] 4 times

Make 2.

Foundation Row: Using smaller hook and MC, ch 97 (127,157).

Row 1 (RS): 1 sc in second ch from hook, *ch 1, sk 4 ch, 1 Fan in next ch, ch 1, sk 4 ch, 1 sc in next ch; rep from * to last 5 ch; ch 1, sk 4 ch, work [1 tr, ch 2, 1 tr, ch 2, 1 tr] all in last ch; turn.

Row 2 (WS): Ch 1, 1 sc in first tr, *ch 3, sk next ch2sp, 1 dc in next ch2sp**, ch 2, sk next [tr, sc, tr] and work 1 dc in first ch2sp of next Fan, ch-3, 1 sc in center (third) tc of Fan; rep from * ending last rep at **, ch 1, 1 tr in last sc; turn.

Row 3 (RS): Ch 6 (counts as 1 tr and 1 ch), sk first tr, work [1 tr, ch 2, 1 tr] in next ch1sp, ch 1, sk ch3sp, 1 sc in next sc, *ch 1, sk next ch3sp, 1 Fan in next ch2sp, ch 1, sk next ch3sp, 1 sc in next sc; rep from * to end; turn.

Row 4 (WS): Ch 6 (counts as 1 tr and 1 ch), sk first tr, 1 dc in next ch2sp, ch 3, 1 sc in center (third) tc of Fan, *ch 3, sk next ch2sp, 1 dc in next ch2sp, ch 2, sk next [tr, sc, tr] and work 1 dc in first ch2sp of next Fan, ch-3, 1 sc in center (third) tc of Fan; rep from * ending with a sc in fourth ch of tch; turn.

Row 5 (RS): Ch 1, *1 sc in next sc, ch 1, sk next ch3sp, 1 Fan in next ch2sp, ch 1, sk next ch3sp; rep from * to last sc and ch3sp, 1 sc in last sc, ch 1, sk ch3sp, work [1 tr, ch 2, 1 tr, ch 2, 1 tr] in tch; turn.

Repeat Rows 2-5 until piece has 7 (7,9) rows of fans, ending with a Row 2. (See photo below for how to count rows of fans.)

Beautiful, lacy crochet Open Fan stitch and free crochet top pattern.

Adding Sleeves + Working Top Half of Shirt

Notes:

• Rows 2-5 are identical to Rows 2-5 in the previous section. A few extra repeats will be worked to create the sleeves.

Set attached ball of yarn aside. Attach new ball of yarn on opposite side of shirt. With smaller hook and new ball of yarn, ch 15. Fasten off new ball of yarn and set aside. With original ball of yarn that’s still attached at the opposite side, ch 16. Work next row using original ball of yarn. You’ll work across newly created chains as well as the last Row 2 of previous section.

Row 1 (RS): 1 sc in second ch from hook, *ch 1, sk 4 ch, 1 Fan in next ch, ch 1, sk 4 ch, 1 sc in next ch, sk 4 ch, ch 1, 1 Fan into tch, ch 1, sk next 3-ch sp, 1 sc in next sc; *ch 1, sk next ch3sp, 1 Fan in next ch2sp, ch 1, sk next ch3sp, 1 sc in next sc; rep from * to end of Row 2 from previous section; sk 4 ch, ch 1, 1 Fan into next ch, sk 4 ch, sc in next ch, sk 4 ch, work [1 tr, ch 2, 1 tr, ch 2, 1 tr] all in last ch; turn.

Row 2 (WS): Ch 1, 1 sc in first tr, *ch 3, sk next ch2sp, 1 dc in next ch2sp**, ch 2, sk next [tr, sc, tr] and work 1 dc in first ch2sp of next Fan, ch-3, 1 sc in center (third) dc of Fan; rep from * ending last rep at **, ch 1, 1 tr in last sc; turn.

Row 3 (RS): Ch 6 (counts as 1 tr and 1 ch), sk first tr, work [1 tr, ch 2, 1 tr] in next ch1sp, ch 1, sk ch3sp, 1 sc in next sc, *ch 1, sk next ch3sp, 1 Fan in next ch2sp, ch 1, sk next ch3sp, 1 sc in next sc; rep from * to end; turn.

Row 4 (WS): Ch 6 (counts as 1 tr and 1 ch), sk first tr, 1 dc in next ch2sp, ch 3, 1 sc in center (third) dc of Fan, *ch 3, sk next ch2sp, 1 dc in next ch2sp, ch 2, sk next [tr, sc, tr] and work 1 dc in first ch2sp of next Fan, ch-3, 1 sc in center (third) dc of Fan; rep from * ending with a sc in fourth ch of tch; turn.

Row 5 (RS): Ch 1, *1 sc in next sc, ch 1, sk next ch3sp, 1 Fan in next ch2sp, ch 1, sk next ch3sp; rep from * to last sc and ch3sp, 1 sc in last sc, ch 1, sk ch3sp, work [1 tr, ch 2, 1 tr, ch 2, 1 tr] in tch; turn.

Repeat Rows 2-5 until piece has 17 (19, 21) total rows of fans from the bottom of the shirt to the top, ending with a Row 4.

Canyonlands boho crochet top is made with super simple construction and minimal shaping.

Seaming

Place wrong sides of shirt together. Using stitch markers or safety pins, pin side seam so that each row of shells lines up with the rows on the other piece. Pin shoulder seams as well.

With a tapestry needle and a doubled-over length of MC yarn, sew side and bottom of sleeve seams using the mattress stitch. (Moogly has a great mattress stitch tutorial.)

Using MC and a few tight knots, tie shoulder seams together at the far edge of the sleeve. Place a second knot 3.5” from the first knot. Place a third knot 3.5” from the second knot. (See Photo below.)

Note: The shoulder seams can be customized to your preference. Create the keyholes as pictured in the sample or use the mattress stitch to create an invisible seam. In either case, don’t be afraid to play around with the seam/knot placement to get a neck opening size that suits you.

Boho crochet top with open shoulder keyholes made from cotton and bamboo yarn.

Edging

BOTTOM: Using larger hook and MC, attach yarn at bottom of shirt near one of the side seams.

Round 1: Ch 1, work 4 sc in each ch4sp, sl st to first sc to join. Fasten off.

NECK: Using larger hook and MC, attach yarn near one of the neck seams.

Round 1: Ch 1, work 3 sc in each ch3sp and work 2 sc in each ch2sp, sl st to first sc to join. Fasten off.

Weave in all remaining ends.

Pop a flower in your hair, a canteen around your neck and head to the desert in your new completely handmade boho top!

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40 Comments

  • Jessica Underwood
    June 17, 2017 at 9:46 am

    Very cute! I need to try this stitch now.

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      June 18, 2017 at 2:26 pm

      Isn’t this stitch pretty? I think it’s really nice for summer too. 🙂

      Happy crocheting!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Daisy
    June 17, 2017 at 11:14 am

    Love your patterns.

    Reply
  • Judy Hawkins
    June 17, 2017 at 11:31 am

    I love this as I like toppers. Looks amazing and will definitely be making this! Thank you!!!

    Reply
  • Kristine
    June 17, 2017 at 12:50 pm

    This is beautiful and I will attempt. Quick ? I noticed “sk” in the instructions but no definition in glossary ….is “sk” a typo of “sc” for single crochet?

    Many thanks!

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      June 18, 2017 at 2:26 pm

      Oh I’m sorry about that! Thanks for bringing that to my attention. Sk stands for “skip” (sometimes also called “miss”) in other patterns. Either way, it just means to skip whatever stitch the pattern is referencing. I’ll update the pattern now!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Krista Adams
    June 17, 2017 at 1:38 pm

    I know this is a “stupid” question, but I like to ask those… I’m always afraid to do a pattern if I don’t use the same yarn. Do you recommend any other types of yarn to do this boho top? How do you get over the nerves of trying a different yarn than the one recommended? Thanks!

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      June 18, 2017 at 2:24 pm

      I totally know what you mean! I’ve had that same fear. A resource I recently discovered is called YarnSub.com and it allows you to search for yarns of a similar weight and composition to the one the pattern calls for. I also just read this blog post that said Lion Brand Jeans yarn could be a good sub for the yarn I used in this boho top.

      I hope that’s helpful!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Enis Poiriet
    June 22, 2017 at 6:07 pm

    In the first row, does the fan stitch consist of 6 trebles. I had finished that row and then counted the trebles in the pattern. I had crocheted 8 for the fans, which is it?

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      June 25, 2017 at 9:34 pm

      Hey Enis,

      The fan stitch should have 5 trebles in it. So each fan goes like this: 1 tr, [ch 2, 1 tr] 4 times

      Please let me know if that doesn’t clear things up for you! Also, if you’re a visual learner, checking out the bonus stitch chart in the printable PDF might be useful for you.

      Happy crocheting!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Colleen
    June 25, 2017 at 3:37 pm

    Hi thanks for the beautiful pattern! I’m an intermediate/advance crocheter but I’m having trouble with rows 3. It states to put the Tami to the ch-2 space; however, there are no ch-2 spaces in the previous row. Only ch-3. Am I missing something?

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      June 25, 2017 at 9:15 pm

      Hey Colleen,

      The ch-2 spaces are part of the fans that you worked in Row 2. You’re essentially putting little “table legs” into each fan as you work across Row 3. If that doesn’t make sense, you might benefit from seeing the stitch chart in the printable pattern PDF. I know charts are always the quickest way for my visual brain to comprehend things. 🙂

      Happy crocheting!

      Jess

      Reply
      • Colleen
        June 28, 2017 at 8:07 am

        Then row 3 is written incorrectly. It should state to insert the “table legs” into the ch3 spaces, not ch2, because in row 2 there are no ch2 spaces. It is “Ch 1, 1 sc in first tr, *ch 3, sk next ch2sp, 1 dc in next ch2sp**

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        • Deborah
          June 29, 2017 at 8:36 pm

          Hi Colleen, there are ch 2 sps. After the first ** it says, CH 2, sk…

          Reply
  • holly
    June 26, 2017 at 12:21 pm

    ch-3, 1 sc in center (third) dc of Fan – from row 2 – should be the 3rd tr i think? 🙂 loving this so far 😀

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      July 1, 2017 at 1:01 am

      Yes, you’re correct! Thanks so much for pointing that out, Holly! I’ve made the change in the pattern.

      I appreciate your feedback!

      Jess

      Reply
      • Holly
        July 6, 2017 at 9:38 am

        I’ve just finished my first one and I love it!! Thank you so much for the pattern!!!

        Reply
        • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
          July 6, 2017 at 11:20 pm

          I’m SO happy to hear that, Holly! I hope you get a lot of good wear out of for the rest of the summer. 🙂

          Jess

          Reply
  • Sierra
    June 26, 2017 at 5:18 pm

    Beautiful! I just made a toddler version with the same stitch a few weeks ago. Great minds think alike! I like your sleeves better too. Great pattern as always!

    Reply
  • joanne
    June 29, 2017 at 9:17 am

    Which image is image b please to show how to count the rows? I am a beginner and am trying this with a discontinued yarn in pastel pink and hoping to wear it for the holidays. Many thanks for this it looks like it would make up quite quickly too.

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    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      July 1, 2017 at 1:00 am

      Hey Joanne–

      I’m so sorry! I realized I accidentally forgot to include that image in the blog post. Well, it’s there now waiting for you. (The one that looks like it has blue and red stripes.)

      I bet this top will be so pretty in pink! Hope you enjoy it as much as I’m enjoying mine. 🙂

      Jess

      Reply
  • Deborah
    June 29, 2017 at 8:38 pm

    Jess, I noticed a typo on rows 2 and 4. It says 1 sc in center (third) dc of fan, it should say tr of fan. Also, the pics are lettered. I take it that the pic of the top flat is the one we can refer to to count fans?

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    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      July 1, 2017 at 12:59 am

      Deborah–

      You are so right! Thank you for pointing that out. I really appreciate your excellent proof reading! I think I’ve corrected it now, but it’s also 1:00am, so if I’m wrong, don’t hesitate to let me know. 🙂

      I also realized I left the photo out that illustrates how to count the rows. Sometimes things get confusing between creating the pattern pdf and the blog post and I’m so happy you brought that to my attention.

      Thanks again. I know future crocheters will appreciate your feedback!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Kathie
    July 5, 2017 at 6:55 am

    I love the detail you provide in your patterns. They are easy to understand as well as beautiful. Thank you

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    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      July 16, 2017 at 3:09 pm

      Thank you so much, Kathie. I really appreciate that kind feedback.

      Happy crocheting!

      Jess

      Reply
  • Gayle
    August 15, 2017 at 4:52 pm

    I would like to use this pattern to make a poncho….as in maybe just a long rectangular and sew together. Is there anywhere this stich is used like that. Or maybe how I could adapt this pattern to do it that way. Love your videos and patterns!

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      August 16, 2017 at 4:23 pm

      That would be beautiful! I def think you could adapt this pattern to make a large rectangle. I love that idea. 🙂

      Jess

      Reply
      • Gayle
        August 17, 2017 at 5:07 pm

        Thanks Jess. I’ve started it so hoping it will work as I envision!

        Reply
  • Jessie
    November 7, 2017 at 5:17 pm

    FIRST: SUCH a lovely, light and airy top! Perfect for the warm and humid climate of El Salvador, even though the recipient of this particular model lives in the cooler coffee-growing regions. Thank you for not only designing such a pretty blouse, but sharing the pattern for FREE! That’s quite gracious!
    So, I know everyone else has probably just assumed the ending asterisk belonged after: “1 sc in next sc*, towards the end of Row 1 instructions. I’m just being kind of persnickety but I DON’T want to guess and make a mistake. I’ve made SO few garments and have such a limited supply of my cotton yarn that if I don’t get it right and my friend doesn’t like it, it will be as if I threw my yarn away.
    I’ll be doing a gauge swatch. A rarity for me! That’s how important this top is for me to make. The FIRST she’s requested of me!
    But I’m writing out the pattern in the meantime because I’m in the boonies of El Salvador AND disabled, so getting a PDF printout from my phone, on a VERY limited income, isn’t quite in the budget at the moment.
    ANY help is appreciated. I’ll be checking back on THIS blog as I’ve uninstalled my e-mail apps as well. Thanks in advance!

    Reply
    • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
      November 8, 2017 at 10:33 am

      Hey Jessie!

      Thanks for your kind words about this pattern! I hope your friend enjoys it! 🙂

      I think I’m understanding your question, but feel free to clarify if not. The part you repeat is: *ch 1, sk 4 ch, 1 Fan in next ch, ch 1, sk 4 ch, 1 sc in next ch. Then you just repeat that across until you have 5 ch left.

      Does that make sense?

      Jess

      Reply
      • Jessie
        January 20, 2018 at 8:11 pm

        Thanks for your prompt reply! I’ve been without internet for about a month but I worked the repeats, crossing my fingers I was right. I was! Thanks for your GREAT pattern!
        I’ve had to change it radically because I’m having to use worsted weight cotton (Peaches and Creme, actually) but knowing how the repeats work has been helpful.
        I’m STILL working on it because I have to stop when memory isn’t functioning. 🙁 In the meantime, it’s fun having an interesting pattern to make.
        Thanks, again.

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        • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
          January 22, 2018 at 9:39 pm

          Oooh! I’m really interested to see it in that yarn. If you’re on Instagram, I’d love for you to tag me in a pic when you finish (@makeanddocrew). It sounds like you’ve got an awesome little project on your hands. 🙂

          Jess

          Reply
      • Jessie
        January 21, 2018 at 5:17 pm

        I think I made a mistake by omission. Oops! The pattern repeat I mentioned was in Row 1 of the top half, where the sleeves are made. SO sorry! I didn’t even catch that myself until I was hand copying the written pattern. Sigh.

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      • Mo
        June 3, 2018 at 5:01 am

        Hi there. I must be doing something wrong. I made sure I had 97 chains to start, then in row 1 alternated fans and sc. Here’s the problem: at the end of the first row, I have a fan stitch and then have 5 stitches left over. That seems wrong though. I should have ended up with a sc and then have 5 chains remaining right? Help! 🙂

        Reply
  • Ana
    November 9, 2017 at 10:22 pm

    Hi Jess

    This is an amazing pattern and I really want to try. I’m having hard time following the written instructions. Please can you post a video?

    Will be so grateful.

    Thanks

    Ana

    Reply
    • Jessie
      January 20, 2018 at 8:14 pm

      Ana, if you want an easier way to work this pattern I suggest you order the ad-free printed pattern she offers that also contains a diagram of it. You’ll actually see WHERE the stitches go. It’s actually a VERY easy pattern to follow!
      Good luck!

      Reply
      • Jess @ Make and Do Crew
        January 22, 2018 at 9:38 pm

        I’m glad to hear you found the stitch chart helpful. I’m pretty visual and I find them by far the easiest way to learn. 🙂

        Jess

        Reply
  • Phyllis Reyna
    April 3, 2018 at 6:56 pm

    Hi, I just recently found this pattern in your blog, I love it and my daughter will also. But I have a question on the lower half of shirt section, In Row 2 and forward it mentions 1 sc in center (third) tc of fan. What does the tc stand for? I am figuring it means top chain but I want to know for sure. I do want to thank you for your wonderful patterns. I have done a baby blanket with the c2c stitch and I used odds and ends of skeins of baby yarn that I had and I am so proud of it. I love it.. another ? On the flip flop sole items, you said don’t use cheap flip flops. How expensive should they be? was just wondering.
    Thanks again Phyllis

    Reply
  • Sharon benson
    July 29, 2018 at 1:41 am

    I love this
    I have cotton/ acrylic yarn…weight 3
    I’m hoping it’s similar to the lion brand
    I’m try it out

    Reply

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