1930s Shetland Blouse- Knitting Pattern- 34" Bust
"The high neckline, the fancy stitch in the yoke, the back closing, are novel features of this distinctive model."
This blouse pattern is for a vintage size 16 which is a 34 inch bust, 28 inch waist.
Materials required to make this blouse include:
Six 1-ox balls of Yellow Shetland Floss (though you can substitute your own color choice)
1 set of circular knitting needles, 3 MM
1 set of D.P. needles, 2 1/4 MM
I am uncertain how this translates into modern yarn weight and lengths.
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