Dream tunic – how to make – part II

Download the pattern here.

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In this post I will write about graphic number 2. To start with graphic number 2, we have to finish on the 3rd or 6th row from the graphic number 1. In the picture you can see that in the first, third, sixth and eighth row are double crochet. I prefer more 2 rows of single crochet.

Every stitch, double crochet, from previous row is one single crochet.

The theme of graphic number 1 I repeated 10 times. The theme of graphic number 2 5 times. You have to see what proportions fits you better.

Abbreviations:

SC – Single Crochet

DC – Double Crochet

Ch – Chain

  1. CH, SC in every stitch of the previous row (we do in such a way that we will get an even number).
  2. CH, SC in every SC of the previous row.
  3. CH 4, *DC, CH* – repeat ** the calculated amount, ending with SC in CH of the previous row.
  4. CH, SC in every stitch of the previous row.
  5. CH, SC in every SC of the previous row.
  6. CH 5 in 4th SC of the previous row, *CH 4 in 4th SC of the previous row* – repeat ** the calculated amount, ending with SC in CH of the previous row.
  7. CH 5, *SC in the middle of chain of the previous row, CH 4* – repeat ** the calculated amount, ending with SC, CH, DC in 1st CH of the previous row.

We repeat the calculated amount, ending with 2 rows of SC after DC, CH.

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We still have to do a decolletage, after that I will write about back. The end will be about sleeves and putting this all together.

I hope to write clearly and you have no trouble with understanding. If you have any question, just write.

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