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Textured Tunic Knit Pattern

A contemporary object of desire. Mari Lynn Patrick’s A-line tunic boasts jazzy vertical ribbing. Worked in a purl-garter stitch, it sports full-fashioned set-in sleeves and neckline. “Textured Tunic” first appeared in the Fall ‘00 issue of Family Circle Easy Knitting magazine.

MATERIALS
X-Press by Berroco, Inc., 11/2oz/50g balls, each approx 44yd/40m (wool/acrylic) 20 (22, 24,26,28) balls in #3614 olive
One pair size 13 (9mm) needles
OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE
Size 13 (9mm) circular needle,
16”/40cm long
Stitch holders
SIZES
Sized for Small (Medium,Large, X-Large, XX-Large). Shown in size Medium.
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Lower edge 53 (56, 59,62, 66)”/134.5 (142, 150, 157, 167.5)cm
Bust 40 (43, 46, 50, 53)7101.5 (109,117, 127, 134.5)cm
Length 28 (281/2,29,29,291/2)771 (72.5, 73.5, 73.5, 75)cm
Upper arm 151/2(17,181/4, 181/2, 20)”/38.5 (43,47,47,51)cm
GAUGE
10 sts and 14 rows to 4”/10cm over rib pat using size 13 (9mm) needles.
TAKE TIME TO CHECK YOUR GAUGE.
RIB PATTERN
(multiple of 4 sts plus 2)
Row 1 (RS) K2, *p2, k2; rep from * to end. Row 2 Purl.
Rep these 2 rows for rib pat.

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