Tunisian work two-color new model full vest

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Tunisian work two-color new model full vest

Creating a Tunisian crochet two-color vest involves a combination of Tunisian simple stitch (Tss), color changes, and shaping for the armholes and neckline. Here’s a basic pattern to get you started:

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Tunisian work two-color new model full vest

Materials:

  1. Tunisian crochet hook (size appropriate for your yarn)
  2. Worsted weight yarn in two contrasting colors (Color A and Color B)
  3. Yarn needle
  4. Scissors

Abbreviations:

  • Tss: Tunisian simple stitch
  • Tps: Tunisian purl stitch
  • Sl st: Slip stitch
  • Ch: Chain
  • Yo: Yarn over
  • FwP: Forward pass
  • RetP: Return pass

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Pattern:

Back:

  1. Using Color A, chain a multiple of stitches for the back panel, plus 1 additional chain (for turning).
  2. Foundation Row: Forward Pass (FwP): Insert hook into the second chain from the hook, pull up a loop; repeat across. Return Pass (RetP): Yo, pull through one loop on the hook, yo, pull through two loops; repeat across.
  3. Work in Tss for the next rows until you reach the desired length for the back.

Color Change:

  1. Switch to Color B at the beginning of a return pass. Make sure to carry the unused color along the side.
  2. Continue alternating colors as desired.

Armhole Shaping:

  1. When the piece measures approximately half of the desired length, begin armhole shaping.
  2. At the beginning of each forward pass, work Tss across until the last 3 stitches.
  3. Tss2tog over the last two stitches of the forward pass, then work Tss in the last stitch.
  4. Continue until you have the desired number of stitches decreased for the armhole.
  5. Work even until you reach the desired length.

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Neckline Shaping:

  1. At the center of the work, leave a gap for the neckline.
  2. On each side of the gap, work Tss2tog at the beginning of each forward pass until you reach the desired depth for the neckline.
  3. Continue working even until you reach the desired length for the front.

Front:

  1. Repeat the same steps as for the back until you reach the desired length.
  2. Add any desired stitch patterns, such as colorwork or texture, to the front panels.

Finishing:

  1. Join the front and back panels at the shoulder seams using slip stitch or preferred joining method.
  2. Seam the sides, leaving spaces for armholes.
  3. Weave in all loose ends.

Feel free to customize this basic pattern by experimenting with stitch patterns, color changes, and overall design. Tunisian crochet offers a unique texture that can be enhanced with various color combinations and stitch techniques. Adjust the stitch count and shaping as needed to achieve your desired fit and style.

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Tunisian work two-color new model full vest