Flouncy Fringe Tank

Flouncy Fringe Tank Pattern Fibra Natura
Flouncy Fringe Tank Pattern Fibra Natura
Flouncy Fringe Tank Pattern Fibra Natura
Flouncy Fringe Tank Pattern Fibra Natura
Flouncy Fringe Tank Pattern Fibra Natura
Flouncy Fringe Tank Pattern Fibra Natura
Flouncy Fringe Tank Pattern Fibra Natura
Flouncy Fringe Tank Pattern Fibra Natura
Have you ever been shopping and spotted a sweater you love, only to think “I could make that myself”? We think most makers have, and such was the case when Yonca’s daughter spotted a cute tank. Just like that, a similar, though re-imagined, version of the ready-to-wear top was born. Knit in Luxor, this fresh and funky pattern features intarsia throughout the body and a hem decorated with fringe.

Flouncy Fringe Tank
Designed by Yonca Ozbelli

DIFFICULTY
Intermediate

SIZES
Small (Medium, Large/1X, 2X/3X)
Shown in Medium size with 5” of positive ease.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Bust: 34 (41, 47¼, 54¼)”
Length (excluding Fringe): 18¼ (19¼, 21¼, 22¼)”

MATERIALS
Fibra Natura Luxor (100% Egyptian Giza mercerized cotton; 50g/137 yards)
• 105-09 Lavender (MC) – 4 (4, 5, 6) skeins
• 105-01 White (CC1) – 2 (2, 3, 3) skeins
• 105-03 Yellow (CC2) – 1 skein (all sizes)
Needle: Two sets of US Size 5 (3.75 mm) straight (or your preferred needle for knitting flat), or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch holders or waste yarn, Size F-5 (3.75 mm) crochet hook (for Neck Edging and attaching Fringe)

GAUGE
23 sts x 32 rows = 4” in Stockinette stitch
Save time, check your gauge.

PATTERN NOTES
Please note that this pattern is in chart-form. Be sure to work the correct chart for your size.

This top is knit flat in pieces from the bottom up. Intarsia is used to create color blocking. The sides are joined using the three-needle bind-off in a contrast color to create a visible seam. Half-double crochet is used for the neck edging. Finally, fringe is attached to the hem after the top is assembled.

This sweater is worked using intarsia. When changing to a new color, bring the old color up and around the new color to prevent any holes from forming in the piece. Use a separate ball of yarn for each section. Please note that there are not written instructions for the intarsia chart.

Download Pattern


Yarn used in this Pattern:

Back To Free

Hello You!

Join our mailing list