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Published on January 2nd, 2015 | by Angie

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Free UK Alpaca tunic pattern

Chunky stripes and funky knits are definitely ”in” this season, so don’t miss out on this gorgeous free tunic pattern from UK Alpaca, free until the end of January.

UK Alpaca Baby Alpaca Merino

This luxurious yarn is spun with 80% baby alpaca and 20% merino wool, making this yarn a perfect choice for all your snuggly garments. The bold and bright shades are exciting and ready for action, with a selection of 5 different shades. This pattern features Cobalt Blue (2), Cherry Red (5), Ivory (1), and Grass Green (3), as seen below.

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UK Alpaca Tunic Pattern 

This fresh and funky tunic knits up in a flash with this aran, worsted weight yarn using 5mm (US 8) needles, like these Symfonie single point wood needles from Knit Pro!

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How to download the patterns: Click on the images above to download the free patterns. Add the pattern to your basket, and select ‘Go to Checkout’ – this requires you to create an account with LoveKnitting. If you’ve already shopped with us, then you will already have an account and can simply sign in. Follow the checkout process (you will not be charged!) to receive the download. Learn more here.

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Last updated: January 5th, 2015.

12 Responses to Free UK Alpaca tunic pattern

  1. Alice Elliot says:

    This is a great pattern, however the instructions have an error. It says to knit 12 rows of grey and 2 rows of red, when I think it should be inches. Rows makes no sense in the pattern.

    • frankie says:

      Read on and note that the underarm shaping comes next. The colour is not to change here but rather to continue in st st until piece measures 27.5 (28.5, 30) inches. I guess this is why we are advised to read the whole pattern through before starting the first stitch..

  2. LaRheta says:

    Where areyou referring in the pattern?

  3. Julianna says:

    I see where Alice is referring to, and I agree referring to rows instead of inches could be a bit confusing if you have never seen it before. But, I think it does make sense. The only error I see in the pattern is “Continue in yarn B until back measures 16 (6.5, 17) inches” I’m fairly certain the first number in the parentheses should be 16.5 instead of 6.5. Yarn B would be the grey yarn. Then it says 12 rows of C which is the red and 2 rows of D which is the blue. Then the underarm shaping and the rest of the top is done in blue, or yarn D. Hopefully that helps.

    • Faith says:

      Hi Julianna,

      You’re right, it should be 16.5 – thanks for spotting this! The rest of the pattern is correct.

      Happy Knitting!

      All the best,

      Faith

  4. jeanette whipp says:

    Love the colours in this tunic can I have a free pattern of this please

  5. Sherry Martin says:

    I can’t download the pattern. I keep getting an error message to say try again later. I have tried several times over two days. Can you explain?

  6. LaGato says:

    The alpaca tunic is so very pretty. If one is allergic to wools is there another yarn one can use? Also, reading the above remarks are the errors valid? Thank you for your time for an immediate response. Also, I find DK yarns so very difficult to find here in Pennsylvania. I would assume your site has these yarns readily available.

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