Calad Shirt by Jessica Tsung

Calad Shirt

March 2023
Lace ?
3.0 mm
XS, S, M, L ,XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL
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This pattern is available for €8.50 EUR
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The Calad shirt is made with a thin weight yarn to create the soft and draping effect. It is designed to have a cropped length and loose fit. You will find customisation options in the file to alter the shirt to your liking. The pattern covers sizes from XS to 5XL.

It is recommended to work the shirt with 2 colours of yarn. You will need about 700-1260 yards for the main colour and 185-400 yards for the lace parts.

There are diagrams, step-by-step instructions with pictures, and video tutorials for special techniques in the pattern to help you through the process. There is also a tester gallery with the data of the pattern testers as a reference for you to better understand the sizing and materials needed. The pattern is available in English and Traditional Chinese.

Tools and materials

  • Yarn - Yearing from Miss Babs or any yarn in between Lace #0 to Fingering #1 weight

  • 3.00 mm crochet hook (or any size that will fit the gauge)

  • Buttons (⌀ ≅ 2cm) (3 buttons for size L and below, 4 buttons for size XL and above.)

  • Stitch marker

  • Needle

  • A pair of scissors

  • Measuring tape

Download your pattern

There is no shipping cost for this item as it is a PDF file and can be downloaded immediately after purchase. The pattern is available for download when you pay through Etsy. You can also look in your Etsy account under “Purchases and Checkout” where you will find a link to click to download.

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I have spent many hours on this pattern to provide clear instructions. By purchasing you agree not to alter or resell the pattern in any way. Feel free to sell products using this pattern, but please give me credit for the design!

If you have any questions about this pattern, feel free to email me or DM me on Instagram @jess_rootknots and I will do my best to help. And please tag me in your photos on Instagram, I’d love to see your work!

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