V-Neck Tunic Crochet Pattern

Stylish handmade V-Neck Tunic is a great gift to a young woman.

V-Neck Tunic

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Skill level

  • Experienced

What do you need to crochet this project?

  • Crochet hook size E (3.5 mm), 1.8 mm
  • Yarn:
  • 3 1.4oz/40g balls in #06 lavender
  • 5 1.4oz/40g balls in #06 lavender
  • Yarndage: 135 yards(123 meters) / 40 grams (1.41 ounces)
  • Yarn weight: Fingering (14 wpi)
  • Fiber type: 40% merino, 30% cotton, 30% possum
  • Yarn Brand: Zealana Performa KIWI Fingering
  • Yarndage: 217 yards(198 meters) / 40 grams (1.41 ounces)
  • Yarn weight: Lace
  • Fiber type: 40% merino, 30% cotton, 30% possum
  • Yarn Brand: Zealana Performa KIWI Lace
  • Scissors
  • Stitch/place markers
  • Hairpin lace loom
  • Muslin, foam core, pins, darning needle

Crochet sizes

  • Gauge: 20 dc and 10 dc rows = 4″/10cm using size E-4 (3.5mm) hook and Kiwi Fingering Weight
  • Finished size: Bust 32 (36, 39)”/81 (91.5, 99)cm. Length (after lower edge border) 26 (27, 28)”/66 (68.5, 71)cm

Stitch abbreviations used in this crochet

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V-Neck Tunic Crochet Pattern

Author: John Brinegar

Top 3 free tunic crochet pattern


V-Neck Tunic

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