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This delicate camisole is worked in the round to the underarms and front and back is then worked separately to the shoulders.

Penelope is worked from the bottom up with a wide lace border which will transition into an easy arrowhead lace pattern in stocking stitch for the body. The edging at the top of the body and bottom of the lace border as well as the shoulder straps is worked in moss stitch.

Penelope was originally published by Artesano. The new pattern has a few changes.

Choose size which gives 0-5cm (0-2in) positive ease. Sample shown in size 87cm (34/¼in) with 1cm/¼in positive ease.

Actual Bust (Circumference):
81cm/32¼in, 87cm/34¾in, 93cm/37¼in, 99cm/39¾in, 105.5cm/42¼in, 111.5cm/44½in, 117.5cm/47in
Actual Hip (Circumference):
91.5cm/36½in, 98.5cm/39¼in, 105cm/42in, 112cm/44¾in, 119cm/47½in, 126cm/50½in, 133cm/53¼in
65.5cm/25¾in, 66cm/26in, 67.5cm/26½in, 68cm/26¾in, 70.5cm/27¾in, 71.5cm/28¼in, 73cm/28¾in

Schoppel 6 Karat (heavy lace; 80% merino/20% Silk; 600m/656yds per 100g) x 2 (2, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3) skeins. Shown in shade: 2234 Red Wins
3.25mm (UK 10/US 3) circular needle, 80cm (32in) length
Spare 3.25mm (UK 10/US 3) needle
Four stitch holders or waste yarn
Two stitch markers

Difficulty level:

26 sts and 34 rows/rounds over 10cm/4in in st st after blocking.
23 sts and 32 rows/rounds over 10cm/4in in Chart B after blocking.

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