Sonnet Camisole

Sonnet Knitted Camisole Free Pattern

Knitted camisole with satin ribbon straps, back facing and smart lower hem finish. Crochet edging around neckline and underarms. Flower bouquets pattern on upper section. Small photo only available and this does not show the unusual and feminine lace flowers. Size 42 inch bust.

MATERIALS

4 balls Shepherd Classic pure wool shade 0307 buttercup (4ply weight)

Pair 3.25mm needles (US 3 UK 10)

Circular needles 3.00mm (US 2 UK 11)

Ribbon for straps (1″ – 2.5cm wide pale yellow or peach satin)

Ribbon for front eyelet threading (5mm – 1/4″ wide)

Crochet hook 3.00mm (US D/3 UK 10)

SIZE

Width across stocking stitch 48″ before seaming. Fits 42″ – 44″ bust.

Underarm to lower edge 101/2″ – 26.5cm finished measurement.

GAUGE

6 stitches to the inch over stocking stitch.

ABBREVIATIONS

0 (yarn over needle as in yard forward)

Note: Always cast off and decrease in the pattern stitch.

Cast on 145 stitches and work stocking stitch for 44 rows. Begin flower pattern and complete 5 sets of the pattern.

FLOWER PATTERN

Row 1: Purl

Row 2: Knit

Row 3: P7 *(P1, K1, P1, K1, P1, K1) into next stitch, P12 repeat, ending with P7.

Row 4: K7 *P6, K12* repeat, ending with K7.

Row 5: P7 *K6, P12* repeat, ending with P7.

Row 6: K7 *P6, K12* repeat, ending with K7.

Row 7: P1 (P2TOG) twice, P2, *K2, 0, K2, 0, K2, P2, (P2TOG) 4 times, P2* repeat, ending with (P2TOG) twice, P1.

Row 8: K5 *P8, K8* repeat, ending with K5.

Row 9: P1 (P2TOG) twice *(K2TOG, 0, K1, 0) twice, K2TOG, (P2TOG) 4 times* repeat to last 5 stitches, (P2TOG) twice, P1.

Row 10: K3 *P9, K4* repeat, ending with K3.

ARMHOLE SHAPING

Purl next row. Keeping pattern on central 5 flower pattern repeats only and working reverse stocking st on other stitches, cast off 4 sts at beginning of next 8 rows (113 sts). Note: Row 7 begins P2, P2TOG twice, 5 flowers, P2, P2TOG twice. Row 9 begins P2TOG twice and ends P2TOG twice.

Next row (row 10 of pattern) cast off 2 sts, work 52 sts, K2TOG (leave remaining sts on spare needle).

Cast off 2 sts, work 52 sts in reverse stocking stitch, P2TOG.

Row 1: Cast off 2 sts, rev st/st to last 2 sts, K2TOG.

Row 2: Cast off 2 sts, work to last 2 sts, P2TOG.

Repeat last two rows until 6 sts left. Cast off.

Join wool to centre and knit across (this is row 10 of pattern).

Row 1: Cast off 2 sts, rev. st/st to last 2 sts, K2TOG.

Row 2: Cast off 2 sts, work to last 2 sts, P2TOG.

Repeat last two rows until 6 sts left. Cast off.

BACK

Cast on 145 stitches and work in stocking stitch for 94 rows. Begin back facing – purl next row for foldline. Starting with a purl row, stocking stitch 4 rows and cast off purlways. Finish ends. Mist lightly with water and pin out on ironing board, straightening edges and folding under the facing. Leave to dry. Tack down back facing and sew with matching buttonhole thread. Using mattress stitch sew side seams carefully, joining row to row and taking in two stitches each side. (4sts taken up in seam)

LOWER EDGE

Right side facing, pick up and knit 286 sts with circular needles, going under both loops of the cable cast on. Knit 7 rounds. Cast off. Pin, dampen and sew as for back facing. The foldline is the pick up row.

FINISHING

With crochet hook, begin at right back (rs facing) and slip stitch around entire top, working across the back by crocheting into every second stitch through the upper chain loop. Continue around the front, picking up each stitch on the very edge. (This will be fairly tight to pick up). After reaching starting point continue across back with double crochet (US single crochet). Change to this pattern stitch when you reach the front:

2 chain, miss one, 1 slip st into next st (repeat around, working firmly).

Cut 2 pieces of pale yellow ribbon, sew ends under 5mm (1/4″), attaching one at underarm seam on right side of work. Thread ribbon from side seam to center front with a large tapestry needle. The ends meet here and tie in a bow. Sew straps at front position, turning ends under 5mm. Try on and sew back strap down as needed. Soft lingerie elastic can be inserted into the back channel for a snug fit.

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MATERIALS  REQUIRED

Coat and knickers: 3 ounces of baby soft wool in 4 ply

Dress, vest, bonnet, booties, and gloves: 2 ounces 4 ply

Knitting needles UK 10, UK 9, UK 13

US 3/3.25mm ~ US 4/3.5mm ~ US 1/2.25mm

Crochet hook UK 13/US B1/2.25mm

Silk ribbon

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Materials

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