additional gauge, 11 sts and 15 rows=4” in stockinette stitch with b doubled on smaller needle.
From the magazine: “An intriguing corn-fiber yarn makes up the drapey body of this tunic, while a fun cotton novelty yarn makes for a curve-skimming bodice. Waist shaping make for a truly womanly fit.”
The yoke is knitted from the lower back to lower front in one piece. The bottom is worked in the round by picking up stitches around the lower edge of the yoke and working down. The sleeves are worked from the top down.