Tunic and Dress Knitting Patterns
These pullover sweater knitting patterns can be knit at a shorter length for tunics or longer for dresses. I selected tunic patterns that are long enough to go to mid-thigh or below and be worn with jeans, leggings, tights or by themselves.
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Free Knitting Patterns
Cable Luxe Tunic
This dramatic sweater designed for Lion Brand is a gorgeous addition to any wardrobe, featuring a beautiful cabled yoke and a slightly belled body and belled sleeves. SIZE: Small, Medium, Large, 1X, 2X in two lengths.
Empire Waist Pullover
One size – 35.4 inch bust, so you may have to adapt the pattern. Fully written out in English.
An asymmetric neckline adds a stylish detail to this simply elegant tunic. Bust sizes: 95 (103, 110) cm [37 (40, 43)”]
Patterns for Purchase
Cloudy Sunday Tunic
This pullover sweater with a big, dramatic cowl and short sleeves. Quick knit in bulky yarn and mostly one piece. Women’s XS (S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL)
Soul Sister Tunic
This pullover sweater features a contrasting lace front yoke, a flattering A-line silhouette, and three-quarter length sleeves.To fit: Woman’s S through 2XL. Designed by Melissa Leapman
Tuscany Lace Tunic
This well structured pattern allows for a balance between a flattering stabilizing yoke continuing into a lovely draped diamond patterned lace lower tunic. Sizes 36 (40, 44, 48)” (91.5 [101.5, 112, 122] cm) finished bust circumference
The fit and flare silhouette gives an hourglass look, the gathered sweetheart neckline creates a beautiful bust and neck, and the soft center panel skims over the tummy with a height-enhancing vertical line. Available in petite to plus sizes!
Melissa Wehrle knits laceweight on big needles to create a slinky, silky, fabric punctuated by simple zigzagging eyelets. with a deep cowl and ribbed edges with the same fluid drape. Sized for bust 33½ (36½, 39, 42, 45, 47½)” bust circumference. Tunic shown measures 36½”. Pictured project by ennyleve