Satine: Floaty tunic tank by Kristeen Griffin-Grimes

Satine: Floaty tunic tank

January 2009
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
US 13 - 9.0 mm
555 - 719 yards (507 - 657 m)
30.25"- 41.25" bust circumference
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Kristeen describes this pattern, “Satine takes its shape from a vintage chemise found on market day in a tiny village in the South of France. This feathery mohair/silk tunic is constructed in one piece, worked from the bottom up, with waist and bust shaped by using progressively smaller and then larger needles. You can alter the length to make the tunic more dresslike by adding rounds before the waist shaping.”