Braid Tunic Dress, crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon
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Two new patterns!

I’ve got good news for you! Last week I released two new patterns and I am pretty sure you are going to love them. Well, at least I hope you will! ๐Ÿ™‚

The first one is for Braid Tunic Dress. It is a very versatile design, you can make it shorter, more like a sweater, or longer as a real dress.ย  The texture is eye catching and braids are my favorites!

Braid Tunic Dress, crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon

Braid Tunic Dress, crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon

I do suggest to use for this pattern some stretchy yarns and avoid stiff 100% cotton yarn or 100% acrylic yarns. It is better to useย cotton blend yarns, merino wool, or acrylic blend yarns which give some stretch to the fabric.

Second one is for Berry Cardigan. I love how it turned out! I am a big fun of V necks and I am going to incorporate them more and more in my designs. Do you love V necks?

Another fun thing about this pattern is that the yoke part is worked normally, in horizontal rows, but the lower part is worked vertically. It is a really fun way to make a cardigan and it makes unusual and beautiful texture too.

Berry Cardigan, crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon Berry Cardigan, crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon

Finally, to buy these patterns (and not only these ones) this week you can use coupon code SPECIAL30 to get 30% off. The code will work on Etsy and Ravelry.

Braid Tunic Dress pattern is available on Etsy, Ravelry and LoveCrochet!

Berry Cardigan pattern is available on Etsy, Ravelry and LoveCrochet!

Happy crocheting!

 

 

 

 

AboutVita Apala

Hello! I am a designer behind Mon Petit Violon brand. In this little space of mine I share unique, beautiful and inspiring projects and patterns. I am an author and recently my first book "Super Cute crochet for Little Feet" was released in UK, Germany, France, Estonia an other countries! US version is coming out in March. I was born in Riga, Latvia, but currently living in Italy with my husband and our two kids. I truly believe that crochet (and other crafts as well) make the world a better place!

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