If you are tired of blouses and dresses and want to wearsomething new and original, we recommend to pay attention to the knitted tunic. Its length is usually a little more than a blouse and a little shorter than a dress, somewhere up to the middle of the thigh. Knit models look great in combination with trousers of wide cut, jeans, skirts, shorts. You can even wear a tunic with tight tights or tights. The main thing to remember is a small secret, wearing modelsknitted tunics, made in saturated colors, it is better with clothes, the color of which is more relaxed or even more classical. The self-created model of tunic will not only suit you perfectly, emphasizing your dignity, but will also be one of the irreplaceable things in your wardrobe. To date, a tunic, also fashionableAn accessory that can be used as an original addition to an evening party, for visiting guests, and in everyday life, at home. Do you already have a desire to connect such a thing to yourself? If yes, then we offer your attention the next knitted openwork simple tunic tunic. To determine the right amount of yarn, we makeTest knitting of the main pattern on a piece of ten by ten centimeters. If you get twenty-eight loops for twenty-four rows, then you will have nine skeins of ninety meters in fifty grams. We collect on knitting needles No. 4,5 one hundred forty-two loops and we tie them for the beginning three rows of garter stitch. Next, we begin knitting the main openworkpattern, alternating it with garter stitch. That our tunic would turn out to be a little trimmed, eight times, in each tenth row we subtract one loop from both sides at the same time. When a tunic is tied with a pattern of thirtyeight centimeters, go to the spokes number 4 and continue to knit the front surface, immediately reducing evenly in one row, thirty loops. We begin to strip the patches at a height of fifty centimeters. Having pierced an armhole eighteen centimeters,close the middle hinge for the neck. When the canvas reaches seventy centimeters, we close all the remaining loops. The front part of the tunic, similar to the back. After wetting the parts, stretch them on a flat surface and let them dry completely. Then we perform the necessary seams and lining the edges of the armhole and neck with crochet, columns without cloaks and stepping.