Weekender Tunic and Beach Cover Up by Maria Bittner

Weekender Tunic and Beach Cover Up

June 2018
yarn held together
+ Fingering
= DK (11 wpi) ?
5.0 mm (H)
2240 - 3700 yards (2048 - 3383 m)
Small through 5X
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I wanted the yarn to be the star of this show, so I kept the construction simple. The tunic is made with two rectangles joined at the shoulders and sides with a couple of strategically placed vents and openings at the sides and shoulders for a bit of design flair. I didn’t make the V neckline too deep for the tunic, but if you want to make this as a beach cover up (which I highly recommend), you could go as low as you like! The stitch pattern is an interesting, but easy shell combined with basic filet and double crochet.

I used a fine #1 weight yarn with two strands held together, because I wanted a bit more weight and drape on the finished garment.

Size: S/M; L/XL; 2X/3X; 4X/5X

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