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Category Scheepjes Publications, Women, YARN - The After Party
Suggested yarn Our Tribe
Type Tunic
Technique crochet
Sizes S - M - L - XL - XXL
Languages dutch english-uk english-us french german spain swedish
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YARN - The After Party 40 Tansy Tunic

By Margaret Hubert

Showcasing the intricate beauty of a shell-stitch crochet technique, the elegant Tansy Tunic is a subtle yet stunning garment to compliment any outfit. Its elegant neckline and lace-like texture gives the Tansy Tunic a hint of class, and with widening three-quarter-length sleeves, not only does this garment transition from day to night, but can be worn throughout all seasons! Made with Scheepjes Our Tribe, enjoy the warmth and comfort of merino wool.

This crochet pattern provides instructions for all sizes ranging from S to XXL. In our sample shown above, we used Scheepjes Our Tribe colour 882 Blue Flower Haze, though with an extensive range of 31 colours within the Scheepjes Our Tribe range, have the freedom to create to your taste (both monotone and multi-colour blends available)!


  • Scheepjes Our Tribe (70% Superwash Merino Wool, 30% Polyamide; 100g/420m)
    882 Blue Flower Haze x 4 (4: 5: 5) balls
  • 3.25mm crochet hook
  • 2 stitch markers
  • Tapestry needle

The pattern for the Tansy Tunic, designed by Margaret Hubert, is featured in YARN - The After Party 40. This issue of YARN - The After Party is available as a printed booklet in English (UK), Dutch, German and Swedish via Scheepjes retailers, or as a digital download via Ravelry in these languages plus English (US), French, and Spanish.

About the designer

Margaret Hubert is a well-known designer who practises all kinds of craft from knitting to crochet, quilting to needlepoint! Long has she been publishing her wonderful designs, including her book The Complete Photo Guide To Knitting, as well as offering knitting lessons and workshops.

Her favourite past-time is combining freeform crochet with knitting to create unique pieces – unsurprisingly this has become the theme of one of her most popular workshops! Find out more about Margaret via her Ravelry page.

Other patterns by Margaret Hubert