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    Camellia Summer Top for Women, XS-3X


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    Me, I'd make this big and baggy, then wear it over a long sleeved shirt or turtle neck. It is kind of revealing for those of us not young and firm anymore.

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    I would wear it under a shirt like a camesole.

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    So glad you both like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoula View Post
    I would wear it under a shirt like a camesole.
    Never thought of that, but I guess if the yarn used is thin and soft enough, you would have a really nice camisole. I see that they recommend Premier Yarn's Cotton Fair, which is #2. I'd prolly look for some #1 yarn regardless of whether I wear this inside or out. I would love to use Scheepjes Whirl or Whirlette. What would be your choice of yarn? I could discuss yarn (and hooks) day and night...

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    Hi MeToo, I would use thread instead of yarn if I was going to make a camesole. The pattern looked lacy to me. Or like you suggested a number 1 yarn. I think the top should be soft.

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