Crochet tunic PATTERN – crochet trends

Recently one of my clients asked to create detailed step-by-step pattern for this tunic:

Tunic Crochet Pattern - Brighten up your wardrobe with this fun eye-catching crochet tunic. The oversize fit at the hips is the perfect style for a layered look, a comfortable fit, which makes this garment perfect for any occasion. Wear it over a simple top with jeans or put it over a bikini and you are ready for a day at the beach.   Tunic Crochet Pattern - Brighten up your wardrobe with this fun eye-catching crochet tunic. The oversize fit at the hips is the perfect style for a layered look, a comfortable fit, which makes this garment perfect for any occasion. Wear it over a simple top with jeans or put it over a bikini and you are ready for a day at the beach.

  Tunic Crochet Pattern - Brighten up your wardrobe with this fun eye-catching crochet tunic. The oversize fit at the hips is the perfect style for a layered look, a comfortable fit, which makes this garment perfect for any occasion. Wear it over a simple top with jeans or put it over a bikini and you are ready for a day at the beach. Tunic Crochet Pattern - Brighten up your wardrobe with this fun eye-catching crochet tunic. The oversize fit at the hips is the perfect style for a layered look, a comfortable fit, which makes this garment perfect for any occasion. Wear it over a simple top with jeans or put it over a bikini and you are ready for a day at the beach.

Beautiful creation and I’m sure you’ve seen several pages with free charts related to it. Well, you can ask, why bother if they are everywhere? : ). Let’s have a look.

First of all, when you try to follow available charts you’ll see that you need to chain 2 in the final row between petals. Chaining 3 as in those charts will make your motif rather curvy. Indeed original HQ photos show 2 chains between petals. Secondly, in charts for decreasing stitches in lace panels (you’ll see such panels at waist level between level of motifs) you can see that the angle of decrease is different than in the original. HQ photos of the original tunic show fewer rows in the panels than in free charts.

Sure an experienced crocheter would complete the tunic with available photos (and even without charts : )). What if you wish to crochet it with clear instructions for every row, reach diagrams and have complete layout of motifs in front of you?

Since I was thinking of a present for my friend this was a nice opportunity to make my permanent customer and my friend happy : ). I still have to crochet second sleeve, hide all ends in the tunic before I make photos and publish them on Ravelry. But the pattern is completed!

This tunic crochet pattern is provided for sizes US (4-8), UK (8-12), Europe (36-40) with bust 84-92 cm (33-36’’) and US (10-12), UK (14-16), Europe (42-44) with bust 94-100 cm (37-39.5’’).

PATTERN for the Eternal Sunshine Creations tunic can be downloaded here: https://www.etsy.com/ch-en/listing/165867724/

http://conceptcreative.store/shop/tunic-crochet-pattern

http://www.ravelry.com/designers/conceptcreativeblog

The description includes:

► detailed tutorial in English (for every row);

► HQ diagrams, including layout of motifs (in PDF-format);

► written explanation of all charts is included (in case you are not used to work with diagrams).

Screen shot of PDF – crochet tutorial with blurred charts (for preview).

Enjoy!