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While you wait for the ferry or as you stroll along the waterfront, you will want this long tunic vest for its colour and zest.

The Indian Cross Stitch is the decorative motif, as it makes the most of a handpainted yarn paired with a coordinating solid colour.  A deep back vent as well as side vents give ease of movement and flair. Choose the colours which please you the most.

The tunic vest picturedat left is knit with Lucy Neatby’s Celestial Merino (100% wool, 280 m./310 yds. per 100 g. skein), colours: Deep Purple (MC) and Blue Vesuvius (CC), size Medium. The version below is knit with Noro Silk Garden Sock in colour S264. The main colour bordering the panels is Malabrigo Sock Yarn in “Violeta Africana”.

Purchase Pattern: $12.00 CAD

SPECIFICATIONS

Level of Difficulty: Advanced Intermediate
Size: XS/S, M, L, 1X, 2X and 3X/4X
Suggested Yarn: Fingering or sport weight yarn in two colourways, one solid and one variegated, in the following amounts:
Main Colour (solid—Deep Purple): 280 m./310 yds. (400 m./437 yds., 400 m./437 yds., 560 m./612 yds., 700 m./766 yds., 700 m./766 yds.)
Contrasting Colour (variegated—Blue Vesuvius):
500 m./547 yds. (700 m./765 yds., 840 m./919 yds., 980 m./1072 yds., 1120 m./1225 yds., 1260 m./1378 yds.)
Needles: 4.0 mm. (US 6)
Gauge: 22 sts and 24 rows = 10 cm./4 in. square when knit in the Pattern Stitch with Indian Cross Stitch with 4.0 mm. (US 6) needles, after washing and blocking.

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