Girl's tunic top

I made this for Lyla my second youngest grand daughter.

Created by: Jennifer M

  • Project Details

    About

    I saw this pattern and just thought it would suit Lyla.

    Needles & Hooks

    • Single Point 3.00mm (US 2.5)
    • Single Point 3.25mm (US 3)

    Accessories

    • Tapestry Needle

    Measurements

    3-4 Years

    Notes: Made the length the same as the 4-5 as Lyla is 5 but is only small around the chest.

    Tags

    • Girls

    Craft

    craft-knitting Knitting

    Skill Level

    difficulty Intermediate

    Status

    project-state Complete
    Started on: Mar 15, 2019 Finished on: Apr 15, 2019
  • Comments

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    20 Comments

    • Julie R

      Beautiful tunic. Your granddaughter looks lovely in it. The colour really suits her.
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    • Jayne V

      Henley in Arden

      Another pretty top for another beautiful granddaughter
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    • Sandra A

      Springwood

      Lovely little girls tunic
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    • Vix

      North Walsham

      You are quite right she looks so cute in it! Lovely colour, think it especially suits a blonde
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      • Jennifer M

        Avalon Beach

        Thank you Vix. The colour does suit the blonde hair and the brown eyes.
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    • Lyn R

      Sydney

      Jennifer, this tunic top is divine, as is the model. You have done a beautiful job. You've inspired me to buy this pattern as it will get me to use up the huge amount of Morris 6ply yarn I bought in the sales!
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      • Jennifer M

        Avalon Beach

        Thank you Lyn, it is an easy pattern to do, and can be worn with a long sleeved top underneath.
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      • Lyn R

        Sydney

        @Jennifer M: have started this as a ‘side’ knit as I am currently knitting other half a jumper and it is taking forever, so need an interesting knit when boredom takes over!
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      • Jennifer M

        Avalon Beach

        I sometimes have two things going at once but I find I end up favouring one. Are you knitting your husband's jumper?
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      • Jennifer M

        Avalon Beach

        @Lyn R: I can see now that you are knitting your Husband's jumper. What alot of work in 5ply.
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      • Lyn R

        Sydney

        @Jennifer M: Yes and needles are only 2.75. My son bought me a camping light to stick on my head so that I can see the stitches properly at night! Will need it once I reach the pattern part on upper chest. Should be ready by Winter 2020, perhaps...
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      • Sandra A

        Springwood

        @Lyn R: A camping light - what a great idea for night time. Looking forward to seeing the finished product
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      • Vix

        North Walsham

        @Lyn R: Took me 3 years to knit a very boring waistcoat for my old chap then it was too small 😡. I wouldn't do him another he will just have to lose weight. The joy of being very short sighted I can still see near even if not very light. Mind you I wouldn't see a bus til it was a few feet away!
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      • Jennifer M

        Avalon Beach

        @Lyn R: I can just imagine that.
        It is very hard knitting dark colours at night.
        I don't know why but I am receiving other peoples messages to you when you reply to me.
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    • Michelle M

      MELBOURNE

      Ohh how gorgeous is Lyla, that colour is so lovely on her so fresh looking.What a lovely pattern and that wool is so pretty I have never used Debbie bliss wool.
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      • Jennifer M

        Avalon Beach

        Thanks Michelle. Debbie Bliss wool is really nice to knit with. I only buy it when it is on special.
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    • Alison B

      Portsoy

      Your granddaughter looks lovely in her tunic top, it’s such a pretty colour and design, it’s beautifully knitted and it looks gorgeous on her 💕
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