April 12th, 2012

Free Pattern Thursday: Paris Crocheted Tunic in Tahki Cotton Classic Lite

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This week’s free pattern is a crochet pattern from Tahki. The Paris Tunic is crocheted in Cotton Classic Lite.

Tahki Cotton Classic Lite is part of our Anniversary Sale, so it’s a great time to grab the yarn for this pattern. You’ll need 5-8 hanks depending on the size, so the total cost would be $22.95-$$36.72, which is an incredible deal! There are great colors available, so you’re sure to find something you like. You could go neutral with black or fun and bright with a pink!

The Paris Tunic is crocheted in one piece from the top down and it would be a great layer for spring and summer. I think that this one may actually go in my queue!

Click here for a link to the pattern.

Do you have a favorite crochet pattern that’s perfect for cotton yarn?

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3 Responses to “Free Pattern Thursday: Paris Crocheted Tunic in Tahki Cotton Classic Lite”

  1. Crochetgottaloveit Says:

    Thank you!   :). I love crocheted clothing.
    ______Lee AnnCrochetgottaloveit@gmail.com.blogspot.com

  2. Blessings Says:

    I want to make this tunic but the pattern confuses me. It begins with fsc and it’s worked in16 rnds for size med. Afterwards it states to connect front and back, a join rnd – what is being connected if it’s a single piece from top down? How are the arm holes made if it’s continuos rnds?

  3. Sara Delaney Says:

    I can see your confusion, Blessings! The yoke is worked until it is wide enough to encompass your entire upper body including your upper arms. You will then “join” the front and back at the underarms leaving the arm stitches behind and just working on the body stitches, it will look a bit like a t-shirt at this point. Once the main body of the tunic is done you’ll go back and join the yarn to the sleeve stitches and complete the sleeves one at a time.

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