Cover-Up Crochet Pattern: Felicita Kimono
It is a perfect spring/summer top. You can wear it over a tank top, it looks gorgeous with your casual jeans or your favorite shorts. It can even be a beautiful beach cover-up. It`s lacy enough not to be just another ordinary sweater.
SIZE INCLUSIVE COVER-UP crochet pattern
Felicita Kimono is versatile and fun pattern to make.
Color choices are endless. Add fringe or leave it as it is.
It`s all up to your needs and your style. Follow the link to see different Ravelry All Season Frankie projects HERE.
The construction of the Kimono is very simple. It`s made of just four panels seamed together.
The pattern is written in English using standard US terminology.
It`s SIZE INCLUSIVE pattern. Instructions are given for sizes XS – 5XL, with an additional info on possible adjustments
SIZES: XS, S/M, L/XL, 2XL/3XL, 4XL/5XL
Bust circumference of finished item with slightly oversized fit (15 – 20 cm / 6 – 8 in) of ease: 92 (105, 125, 145, 165) cm / 36 (41, 49, 57, 65) in
Made to fit bust: 80 (85/95, 105/115, 125/135, 145/150) cm / 32 ( 34/38, 42/46, 50/54, 58/60) in
ABOUT THE PATTERN:
YARN WEIGHT: #3 Light Worsted/DK Weight Yarn.
GAUGE: Gauge: 18 dc, post dc sts and 13 rows = 10 cm / 4 in square with 4.0 mm / US G-6
Skill level for this pattern is INTERMEDIATE, but as all of my other patterns it is full of detailed descriptions, photos and useful tips, so if you`re still learning this would be a great opportunity to practice.
In this pattern you will find:
- Full written instructions for Felicita Kimono
- Photo instructions for additional explanation (seaming and stitches)
- SEPARATE INSTRUCTIONS for all sizes, for easier follow + short format instructions
- Row Count Tables for all panels – if you find it easier to mark finished rows
- Instruction on possible size alterations are also given.
Even with plenty of photos of the stitch explanations, as well as finished items, Instructions are made to be print friendly, so you can print out the page for your size and row count tables.
If you like this cover-up pattern, you may want combine it with Trixie Kerchief , the lovely bandana pattern that uses the same stitch.
I would love to see your new Kimono! Please tag @frankie.kate_ on Instagram and let me share your makes! Also, use the hashtag #FelicitaKimono