I wanted the yarn to be the star of this show, so I kept the construction simple. The tunic is made with two rectangles joined at the shoulders and sides with a couple of strategically placed vents and openings at the sides and shoulders for a bit of design flair. I didn’t make the V neckline too deep for the tunic, but if you want to make this as a beach cover up (which I highly recommend), you could go as low as you like! The stitch pattern is an interesting, but easy shell combined with basic filet and double crochet. Link of the pattern is below!
Weekender Tunic and Beach Cover Up
by Maria Bittner
Weekender Tunic and Beach Cover Up [ FREE CROCHET PATTERN ] downloadable pattern is available here.