Making Clouds Tunic ~ by Lavender Hill Knits
Easy lace tunic, in a pretty garter and elongated stitch pattern. Directions include color pictures, very detailed knitting instructions and definitions of stitches used, and NO CHARTS. So this pattern is easily accomplished by an intermediate knitter.
The Making Clouds Tunic was inspired by my son, Aaron. When he was two years old we were outside one day admiring the blue sky when he said, “Look Mom, they’re out making clouds again today!” He was referring to the long white trails, called contrails, that the airplanes were leaving behind in the sky. We spent a good long time mesmerized by the shapes the vapors created as they spread out across the sky. Aaron has always been fascinated by airplanes and dreamed of becoming a pilot. He’s older now, still loves airplanes and traveling, and maybe his dream of being a pilot will come true and one day he’ll be out making clouds. If you loved my Making Clouds Shawl pattern (shown in last photo), you will love this tunic!
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Fingering weight yarn:
[375,415,490,525,625,690] yards each of two colors, or [750,830,980,1050,1250,1380] yards of one color.
Yarn used for striped blue tunic shown: Capretta Superwash Yarn by KnitPicks (www.knitpicks.com), [2,2,2,3,3,3] balls each (230 yards each ball) of “Angelite Heather” and “Meridian Heather”.
Size US 5 (4mm) 24” circular knitting needles or straight needles.
Crochet hook the same or a size bigger than the needles you will be using (used for cast on).
Gauge after blocking:
Using fingering weight yarn, size 5 needles, and garter stitch. Adjust needle size, if necessary, in order to get specified gauge.
18 stitches/4 inches = 4.5 stitches/1 inch and 30 rows/4 inches = 7.5 rows/1 inch
Blocked chest circumference: [36”,40”,44”,48”,52”,56”]
Blocked back length from shoulder to hem: [26”,26”,28”,28”,31”,31”]
Blocked length from underarm to hem: [17”,17”,18”,18”,20”,20”]
Ease: this top is designed to fit with a 4-inch ease, top pictured is size 40” on a 36” bust.
Tunic is knit in two identical pieces for front and back, then sewn at the shoulders and sides.
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