Crochet Tunic Pattern


"When the weather can't decide what it will be, take this versatile tunic/swimsuit coverup with you! This crochet pattern makes for a quick an easy weekend project to prep you for a week at the beach. You can wear this as a swimsuit coverup during the day as you stroll to the coffee shop or sit on a patio sipping your favorite nice, cold drink. In the evening, slip on some leggings and a long sleeve shirt with this tunic for a nice walk along the seawall."

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Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gaugenot crucial for this project

Finished SizeOne size fits most Adult Small to 1x (Positive Ease)

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I did not know that the length of this tunic was as long as it was until I saw a full length picture of it. You could almost call this a dress. However with the open weave it would not be suitable as a dress. This could easily be a summer bathing suite cover up and can be worn in the colder months over leggings and a long sleeve shirt. This is a great easy pattern.

I live down south so it does not get very cold but sometimes an extra layer is needed. This will be perfect. I can make one for the colder months in a wool blend and one in cotton for the summer months. I like tunics over pants as well. The pattern looks easy enough and will work up quickly. Thank you.

This is a very pretty pattern. The directions are well written and very easy to follow. I love the openness of it. I can wear it even here in Florida in the Winter or what passes as winter. I love the color that was used too. Now to find the time to get it done!

Wow! This Tunic is very in, very now because of the sleeves. I love this type of sleeve in fact I have several blouses with this style. It's actually a swimsuit cover but it can pass for a summer top. Cool.

I have been making my kimonos and cropped kimonos for the past year from this same stitch pattern! The things I like about it it works up fast, there is no counting, and there is no reason I have to follow along with a written pattern. I can see the subtle color variations with the ombre effect. It is so pretty! Perhaps if I used a cotton or cotton blend yarn I could wear this in the summer poolside, as a swimsuit cover-up!

I'm going to be making this one up over the winter so I'll have it to look forward to wearing this spring/summer around here. I love the free flowing energy this pattern has surrounding it! The ombre yarn was a great touch too! While I like the spearmint I might opt for the baja blue. I can just sense it'll be perfect with leggings and a tank top.


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