This fitted camisole top gives just enough lace detail to show off its feminine flirty side. The slight hourglass waist-shaping will look flattering while wearing a suit jacket or with a casual pair of jeans.
To fit 32(34:36:38:40:42:44:46:48:50:52: 54:56:58)” chest. The finished chest measurements include 0–1cm/0–¼” of positive ease (see diagram on page 7).
NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
2.25mm/US 1 needles for flat knitting with short rows.
3.25mm/US 3 needles for flat knitting with long rows and medium diameter circular knitting.
2.25mm/US B crochet hook for a crochet provisional cast-on.
Adjust needle size as necessary to achieve specified tension.
3(3:3:3:3:3:3:4:4:4:4:4:4:5) 50g balls of 2ply/laceweight yarn with approximately 800 metres/874 yards per 100g (400 metres/437 yards per 50g). The pictured sample was knitted with Rowan ‘Fine Lace’ in Chalk #942.
24 sts and 38 rows per 10cm/4″ in st-st after blocking knitted with the yarn held double and the larger needles.
7½ sts and 12 rows per 2.5cm/1″ in lace pattern after blocking knitted with the yarn held single and the smaller needles.
The Lindley camisole pattern is also available in the book ‘Lace Knits’.