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​Crochet Tunic-Dress

Susan
Aug 09, 2021 11:52 PM

You’ll need:

550 (600) 650g of green-grey Royal Tweed yarn (100% merino wool; 100m/50g);

Crochet hook 5;

Circular knitting needles 4,5;

Scissors;

Stitch markers.

Size: S (M) L.

Used Patterns

Main pattern: the quantity of sts is multiple 4 + 1 + 3 chain sts increase. Work due to the scheme 1. Start with sts before pattern repeat, pattern repeat, finish with sts after pattern repeat. Make 1st-3rd rows x once, then, repeat 2nd-3rd rows.

Arches pattern: the quantity of sts is multiple 10 + 1 + 3 chain sts increase. Work due to the scheme 2. Start with sts before pattern repeat, pattern repeat, finish with sts after pattern repeat. Make 1st-8th rows x once, then, repeat 3rd-8th rows.


Stitches control: main pattern: 14 sts x 7 rows = 10 x 10 cm;

Arches pattern: 12,5 sts x 8 rows = 10 x 10 cm.


Instructions

Back

Make 69 (77) 85 chain sts + 3 chain sts increase for upper part and work with the main pattern. In 31,5 cm = 22 rows (34,5 cm = 24 rows) 37 cm = 26 rows from the set-up row, leave the central 19 (23) 27 sts foe neck-hole and finish both sides separately. For smooth rounding, decrease 1 double crochet from inwards in the next row. In 34,5 cm = 24 rows (37 cm = 26 rows) 40 cm = 28 rows from the set-up row, finish your work. For lower part, work with arches pattern upon the set-up row of upper part, increase 2 (4) 6 sts in the 1st row = 71 (81) 91 sts. In 48,5 cm = 39 rows (52,5 cm = 42 rows) 56 cm = 45 rows from upper part, finish your work.


Front

Make upper part in the same way, as for back, but with deeper neck-hole. For this, in 25,5 cm = 18 rows (28,5 cm = 20 rows) 31,5 cm = 22 rows from the set-up row, leave the central 13 (17) 21 sts and decrease 4 x 1 double crochet in every row. Make lower part in the same way, as back lower part.


Sleeves

Make 37 (45) 53 chain sts + 3 chain sts increase and work with the main pattern. For sleeve chamfers, increase 2 x 1 st in every 4th row from both sides and 10 x 1 st in every 2nd row = 61 (69) 77 sts, include the increased sts in the pattern. In 40 cm = 28 rows from the set-up row, finish your work.


Assembly

Make shoulder seams; for placket, cast on 70 (78) 86 sts and make 1,5 cm of wrong-side pattern in circle rows, then, bind off sts as knit sts. Sew up the sleeves, make side and sleeve seams. Fasten sleeves with 1 row of single crochets and 1 row of “crab stitch”.

​Crochet Tunic-Dress
​Crochet Tunic-Dress
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Aug 10, 2021 10:53 AM

What a nice tunic!

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Aug 11, 2021 01:04 PM

What a nice tunic!

Thank you

Cindy
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Aug 10, 2021 03:01 PM

I really like the tunic but found the instructions rather confusing.  

I am new to this site, I've been crocheting for many years and I don't know that I have ever found patterns written out like this before.  I've recently seen ones done as a graph and not sure of those either....

00
Aug 11, 2021 01:02 PM

I really like the tunic but found the instructions rather confusing.  

I am new to this site, I've been crocheting for many years and I don't know that I have ever found patterns written out like this before.  I've recently seen ones done as a graph and not sure of those either....

Dear Cindy, 

If you write what exactly isn't clear, I'll try to help you.

00
Aug 11, 2021 02:58 PM

Dear Cindy, 

If you write what exactly isn't clear, I'll try to help you.

Guess you could say I'm «old school»… the patterns I am use to working from Annie's Attic or Red Heart, Caron, etc. where they show each row. I find that helpful as I make a mark as I complete each row just in case I have to put it down and then go back… I look at the scrap paper I wrote on to know where I left off. This is especially helpful if I don't get back to it for a day or two.  

Hope that makes sense to you.    

Thanks

Cindy