Anjou: Lacy tie-hem tunic by Kristeen Griffin-Grimes

Anjou: Lacy tie-hem tunic

January 2009
Lace ?
15.5 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch using larger needle.
US 9 - 5.5 mm
1000 - 1250 yards (914 - 1143 m)
30"- 41.25" bust circumference
Errata available:

For the pattern Anjou, Kristeen was inspired by the life and designs of the famous Coco Chanel especially a 1920’s soft pear-green lace dress with a double-layered hem.

“The magical yarn that makes Anjou work is a blend of linen and merino, which creates a fabric with tonality and drape. The lace dripping from hem and sleeve depends on that drape to achieve the languorous, vintage look I was seeking.” -from French Girl Knits (the book).