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My name is Luz Mendoza and I am originally from Spain, from the beautiful Island of Tenerife, I moved to the UK over 17 years ago and live in London with my better half a wonderful english man and my ...

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Crochet pattern tunic top pattern 168

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Crochet pattern tunic top pattern 168
Crochet pattern tunic top pattern 168
Crochet pattern tunic top pattern 168
Crochet pattern tunic top pattern 168
Crochet pattern tunic top pattern 168

Pattern Description:

Crochet pattern, Black and white twenties style crochet tunic top pattern 168

When I think of classic and elegant design the 1920s always come to my mind, I love the graphic designs and how this fashion made women look both strong and feminine. When I received the Boutique Swanky from Red Heart in the post, I knew it was the perfect yarn for perfect 20s style tunic!. This lovely top is very versatile, very wearable with a pair of jeans and boots for a day trip anywhere or a smart skirt and heels for dinner.
S: 90cm (37 1/4 in) M: 105cm (41 1/4in), L: 120cm (47 1/4in)
S and M: 60cm (23 1/2in), L: 68cm (26 1/2in)
For Small size 2 skeins of Boutique Swanky Yarn in black and 2 in silver M (3 black and 2 silver) L (4 black and 3 sliver)
Crochet hook J (6 mm)
Tapestry needle or sewing needle and thread in black and white, when I work with bulky yarn I like to sew the pieces with sewing thread, it makes a less bulkier seam.

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7 stitches and 8 rows = 2 inches

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