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The Tabitha Tunic

Introducing the Tabitha Tunic. I’m very proud of this top as it is the first on I have designed. I wanted to make something that was simple and easy for the novice crocheter but I also wanted it to have some interesting texture to it.

The Tabitha Tunic is constructed all in one piece with VERY little seaming at the sleeves.

For the sample I used Bernat Super Value (less than a skein in each color for size 4). Sizes include girls sizes (chest circumference) 2 (21″). 4 (23″), 6 (25″) and 8 (26″). The tunic is surprisingly pretty light weight but I recommend reinforcing the neck with some ribbon (just to keep it from stretching out).

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A big thanks to my testers who took the time to test this during the busy holiday season!!


4 thoughts on “The Tabitha Tunic

  1. Fantastic Katy, and Kudos to the squid for braving the cold for pictures. As soon as I get Punkies made, I will link to the pattern as a project. If I can figure it out that is

  2. I love this tunic. Do you have a pattern for an adult?
    I am getting materials to make the cowl neck vest which you had in an adult size. Thanks

    1. Hi Josey,
      I do not plan on making this is adult sizes just because I don’t see the shape working for a women but I may do something similar in the future.

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