Trippy Tunic Crochet Pattern

This piece offers many wearing options. It looks great with a tank top and jeans but would look fabulous over a pretty dress or would double as a beach cover up. This versatile tunic would be perfect for summer travel plans.

LW2860
Double Stitch Twins
  • Easy
  • Crochet
  • Apparel

STITCH NATION by Debbie Stoller™ Bamboo Ewe™: 1 Ball each 5625 Sprout A and 5230 Buttercup B.

Crochet Hook: 6.5mm [US K-10½].
Yarn needle.


One size fits most.
Diameter: 30”, laid flat.
Because of the loose nature of pattern stitch, Tunic changes shape to fit a wide variety of sizes.


GAUGE: Rows 1-2 = 5” across. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

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Comments

ponykeg's picture

I am sooo making this..

Using shimmer in pewter instead
Making it a spider web and adding spider appliques for Halloween!!!!

dred's picture

would like to make this for

would like to make this for my college age granddaughter

BalletGirl123's picture

I made this in cotton-green and white

This top is cute, I did fewer stitches joining the neck so the boatneck was wider. This is a simple pattern and easy to do while watching tv. To me the center looks kinda like a flower

marrae labo's picture

A good early pregnancy cover-up?

I'm going to make this for my cousin's pregnant daughter to wear over a light top during the summer while she's in her 4th to 6th months (maybe more!) of pregnancy. I think she'll look soooo cute - and fashionable! - in it.

lazyk@ken-tennwireless.com's picture

thanks

Happy Birthday and thanks for the convience of shopping and the free patterns. I have made several already.

Redheart Lady's picture

Addon:

Looking at the Bamboo Ewe colors I wold have made this tunic in Mercury and added a crocheted spider to the center. What fun!

Redheart Lady's picture

Trippy Tunic design

This would be great done in black for Halloween since it resembles a spider web! Why didn't someone there put it out in time for the parties. What a costume it could make.

mflesch's picture

All black - would make a great spiderweb tunic

I will remember this one for next Halloween!