Fine Madeline Tunic

Fine Madeline Tunic

Fine Madeline Tunic
Fine Madeline Tunic

"If you can crochet a granny square, you can totally make this beautiful top. One of my favorite ways to teach someone to crochet is with the granny square. The stitches are worked in holes, not other stitches, and after a few rounds the pattern becomes easy to memorize. This pullover is seamless, worked from the top down and ends with a pretty colorblocked, double crochet bordered hem. You could easily modify the length of the top or even add sleeves for a perfect, custom fit! Wear it belted for a blouson blouse or wear it solo as a tunic, cover up or shift dress!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge18 sts/6 rows = 4" in established pattern, after blocking

Finished SizeBust 35¾ (39¼, 42¾ 46¼, 50)” Length 30 (30.75, 31.25, 32, 32.5)"

Materials List

  • Be So Fine Yarn, shown in colors Blue Danube & Passionate Plum
  • H/8 (5mm) crochet hook

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Pretty tunic and lovely lady modeling it. Just my preference, but I would switch this bamboo yarn to cotton yarn. Havent checked the pricing or the local availability, but the yarn switch would probably be more cost efficient too, I am assuming especially for me because I have a surplus of cotton yarn.

What a lovely pattern. But when I saw who designed it I was not surprised. This tunic is a nice addition to your wardrobe. You can layer it over a solid color dress as well. I have a black dress which needs a bit of color over it. Not crazy about the colors in the photo but you can always choose others. The pattern looks simple enough. Thank you.

I don't know how this is possible, but here we have a tunic that is worked from the top down in one piece! I could not have come up with this pattern myself. I wish I did! The plum colors are so lovely. I am partial to teal and turquoise. That would make an awesome combination for the summer, poolside. There are so many ways to style this, too.


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