Lacy Afternoon Tea Knitted Blouse Pattern

Knit the Lacy Afternoon Tea Blouse inspired by late nineteenth century women.
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For Afternoon Tea, Karen E. Hooten puts together a little of this and a little of that. She chose an eyelet pattern to mimic broderie anglaise and to highlight where the sewn seams would have been or to allow ribbon to be inserted. She used Barbara Walker's Corona pattern (A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns; Pittsville, Wisconsin: Schoolhouse Press, 1998) for the collar and framing the small swell of the bust and her English Mesh Lace (A Treasury of Knitting Patterns; Pittsville, Wisconsin: Schoolhouse Press, 1998) in a panel bordered by eyelets run up the front and down the back of the blouse. The Twisted Rib pattern mimics pin tucks, and the Deep Diamond pattern is similar to the lengths of knitted, crochet, or machine laces chosen as inserts or trims for a blouse. All are framed with simple stockinette-stitch panels, which highlight the modest lace patterns.

SKU: EP8829

Author/Speaker/Editor: Karen E. Hooton

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Finished Size: 33 inches (83.8 cm) bust circumference
Pattern Requirements: Fyberspates Scrumptious Lace, 55% merino/45% silk yarn, laceweight, 1,093 yards (999.4 m)/100 gram (3.5 oz) hank, 2 hanks of #503 Oyster; www.lanternmoon.com
Needles, sizes 1½ (2.5 mm), 2½ (3 mm), 3 (3.25 mm), 5 (3.75 mm) and 1 circular 16 or 24 inches (40.6 or 61.0 cm), size 1½ (2.5 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
Crochet hook, steel, size 4 (2 mm)
Stitch holders, 2
Tapestry needle
Scrap yarn for provisional cast-on
Gauge: 31 sts and 40 rows = 4 inches (10.2 cm) in St st using size 2½ (3 mm) needles
Originally Published: Knitting Traditions Fall 2013

SKU: EP8829

Author/Speaker/Editor: Karen E. Hooton

File Type: PDF

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