Embrace a rebellious spirit and shatter the conventional norms with our audacious collection of knitting patterns that declare, unequivocally, that dresses and skirts are meant to be knit. In a world that sometimes clings too tightly to tradition, we proudly stand as “opportunics,” seizing the chance to redefine fashion with the cozy embrace of yarn. And because we couldn’t resist the siren call of tunics – those versatile wonders that blur the line between top and dress – we’ve included our favorite patterns, because after all, knitting knows no bounds when it comes to creativity and style.
From graceful dresses that sway with every step to flirty skirts that add a touch of whimsy to your ensemble, each pattern in this collection is a testament to the transformative power of knitting needles.
And let’s not forget the tunics, those dynamic pieces that effortlessly bridge the gap between casual and chic. They offer a canvas for exploration, allowing you to play with length, texture, and color, resulting in garments that reflect your personality and flair.
With these knitting patterns for dresses, skirts, and tunics, you’re not just crafting garments; you’re fashioning statements of individuality and confidence. Get ready to make a statement and redefine the boundaries of fashion. Happy knitting!
This warm-weather tunic features contrast color pops of I-Cord, an easy to wear silhouette and a super fun peplum! And the best part – the only seams in this tank are at the shoulder. Soothing stockinette stitch makes this a good project to have in your hands while watching TV. Read More
Mariza is a playful skirt inspired by vintage summers with a bohemian flair. Knit with six different colors and grounded with a neutral Ecru color, small amounts of yarn are used for each stripe. Easily adjustable to your own color palette, this skirt can also be a great scrap-busting project Read More
Savannah is a sleeveless, high-neck dress that features a geometric colorwork bodice that transitions into a simple Lattice Lace skirt, and finished with a Diamond Lace pattern. The construction is top-down, in the round, with Steeks for sleeve openings and back neck closure. Slight waist shaping is done by changing to a smaller needle size. Transitions between each lace section incorporate gradual increases that shape the skirt. The skirt length can be easily extended by working additional lace repeats. Read More