Crochet Tunic Pattern- Tuscan Sun Tunic

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Woman wearing a yellow crochet tunic called the Tuscan Sun Tunic.

The Tuscan Sun Tunic crochet pattern is a simple side to side workup project that creates a beautiful, textured, v-neck garment!

Pattern Inspiration

This beautiful crochet tunic was inspired by the latest trends and fashions that I am loving! I don’t know about you, but I love wearing long tunics with leggings and boots in the fall and winter.

I wanted to crochet a tunic that was long enough to wear with leggings. I also wanted it to be a v-neck with 3/4 length sleeves.

I decided on the texture of the garment by trying out different stitches combined, and decided on this combo.

Flat lay of the crochet tunic pattern called the Tuscan Sun Tunic.

Pattern Details

The tunic is made with DK (#3) weight yarn for a cozy, but lightweight feel! I used Stylecraft Special DK yarn in the color mustard for my sample sweater, pictured above.

I really love this yarn! It is a great DK (#3) yarn that comes in so many beautiful colors! This yarn is 100% acrylic and can be machine washed and dried.

For more tips on washing your tunic check out my tips on Caring for Your Crocheted Garments.

This tunic is long so you can wear it with leggings or jeans! I love to wear mine with my favorite leggings and boots! 

It can be made shorter, and worn as a regular length sweater, by making the two panels shorter in length. You can also lengthen the sleeves to full length if you desire.

Woman wearing yellow crochet tunic with black leggings and brown boots.

This pattern comes with instructions for children’s sizes 2-10 and women’s sizes XS-2X!

The crochet tunic is a side by side workup style.

It also includes step by step instructions on how to sew the panels together as well as a photo tutorial!

The pattern is very versatile and adjustable so you get the best fit for you! Be sure to check out my tips on Crocheting Garments!

This pattern is rated intermediate in pattern difficulty. It does require some sewing.

You can easily make adjustments to the length of the garment, as well as the length of the sleeves.

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Where to Purchase

You can purchase this crochet pattern on Ravelry and Etsy!

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  1. I love your work — and I love this tunic! I have never made clothing but would like to try this. Can the sleeves be made more fitted? And, if so, would it just be as simple as less stitches for the sleeves ? Thanks!

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