East End Tunic – completed (March 2015)

Sorry for the blurry photo :|

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It ended up being more of a dress than a tunic – I figured I might as well finish all 7 skeins of yarn.
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Looks much better with a finished neckline:

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I didn’t know how to avoid this hole while picking up stitches, so I just fixed it by stitching it up in the end.

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The beginning of the seed stitch is like the pattern instructs, but the rest is improvised.

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See how soft and velvety the fabric is?

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All in all, I’m happy with it, though there are things I’d like to do better next time, and I am sorry to say I prefer more informative pattern instructions than these.

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2 thoughts on “East End Tunic – completed (March 2015)

    • Thanks! :-) I do love so many aspects of knitting. You can take it anywhere with you; there’s not a lot of setup time – just take it out of the bag and continue from where you left off; you can fix mistakes without undoing your work; the fabric is very flexible so it it easy to get it to fit well; and so much more. I’m loving it.

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