I happen to love tunics! Apicella is bound to make you feel feminine with its pretty sleeves and set in side panels.
The front and back also have little details around the neckline such as raised lines, just a little simple accent that also lets you easily see which is the front and back.
Simple styling, perfectly accented and super comfortable. An easy project to knit, even for a beginner. Knitted in separate pieces, sleeves and side panels get seamed at the end. (Sleeves could also be picked up and knitted straight to the body).
The front and back are knitted with two strands of yarn held together. An option is given to use a sport weight yarn for this portion. The sleeves and side panels are knitted with a single strand of a fingering weight yarn.
For Bust sizes: 36 (38, 40, 42 / 44, 46, 48, 50 / 52, 54, 56)”
Written pattern with schematics and photo tutorial
Knit kits include
- 10/12/13/15 skeins of Linen yarn a blend of linen and viscose
- The printed and emailed pattern
- 2 organza project bags
- US size 7 (4.5 mm) circular needle 32” (80 cm) in length or needle size you obtain gauge with.
Gauge: 17 sts and 25 rows in 4” (10 cm) stockinette stitch, blocked, for the main body in sport weight yarn or 2 strands fingering weight yarn held together.
19 sts and 30 rows in 4” (10 cm) stockinette stitch, blocked, for the side panels and the sleeves in fingering weight single strand.
The project is tech edited and test knitted.
Wearing my new Mock me shawl over Apicella