Boxy Tee by Kare Peacock

Boxy Tee

June 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in back loop single crochet
4.0 mm (G)
900 - 1096 yards (823 - 1002 m)
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The Boxy Tee has the coziness of a sweater with the ease of
T-shirt. And it’s reversible! With just one stitch and 4 skeins of
yarn, this is a fun and easy crochet summer make.The
horizontal and vertical ribbing provides elasticity, making it
comfortable and easily adjustable. Originally created in the #fringeandfriendslogalong, the log cabin style arrangement of
the blocks provides an interesting pattern, making it look
more complicated than it really is.

Finished Measurements: As charted, bust circumference is
40”. Model has 34” bust and stands 5’5” tall. Because the
ribbing is stretchy, the dimensions can be easily altered with
wet blocking, or lengthen or shorten hemline by adding or
subtracting rows from the last block in the front, back and
side panels. Change the width by adding or subtracting rows
to the last vertical block in these panels.
Yarn: 4 (274/250meters/100 grams) skeins of Scout,
Kelbourne Woolens
Hook: 4 mm / US G/6 crochet hook
Gauge: 18 stitches & 20 rows = 4” in stitch pattern
Notes: This garment is made by crocheting and joining 8
panels. The panels are created by crocheting blocks in a log
cabin style, using one stitch. The back single loop crochet
stitch creates a ribbing, making the panels reversible, so there
is no RS. Two rows of this stitch makes a rib. Fastening off
between blocks creates a more squared look as each block is
crocheted onto the previous one. The panels are joined with
the single crochet stitch.