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Technique - Crochet

Deceptively intricate lace pattern, this Zany Tunic is simply a combination of the most basic crochet stitches!

Whether you make this design close fitting as shown or oversize by going up a size, it is sure to turn heads everywhere you go. Made using Sirdar Snugly Baby Bamboo DK, you work the motifs for the small sizes with a smaller hook, and work medium and extra large sizes with a larger hook. Sizes: S (M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL).

Skill Level: IntermediateRecommended Yarn

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Recommended Yarn
Sirdar Snuggly Baby Bamboo DK
  • Bust Size: 34"(37", 41", 44", 48" 51")
  • Yarn Amounts: 10(11, 12, 13, 15, 16)skeins
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Customer Reviews for Zany Tunic:

Average Rating:
4 out of 5 (Reviewed by 1 customer.)

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August 26, 2014
Helen W
I have made this jumper using Sublime baby cashmere merino silk. The instructions include (Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!) a stitch chart and make it much easier to follow the pattern - especially for the part-motifs round the neck. The pattern is written so that you join the motifs (very quick to crochet) as you go. The downside to this is that, whilst you end up with a completed garment that doesn't need sewing up - it is more difficult to block. Blocking is essential for this pattern in order to show the motifs to their best advantage - it looks fabulous once blocked. Sewing up becomes a little more complicated as you do need to maintain the pattern of the blocks if you want to avoid having an obvious seam where there shouldn't be one. It takes more time and patience but in my opinion it's worth it. I was getting a lot of admiring looks/comments when the garment was drying out on the blocking board. Just wait till they see me wearing it!

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