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Grandma's Garter Stitch Blouse

By: Free Vintage Knitting

A simple knit blouse had always been a staple of every wardrobe, and with free vintage patterns like Grandma's Garter Stitch Blouse, you can take pride in knowing you knit your own. Using free clothing patterns to knit your own blouse is a smart and cost-efficient way to add variety and nostalgia to your wardrobe. This solid-colored blouse mixes and matches easily, and because it's knit almost entirely in garter stitch, also it's quick and easy to make. Make your grandma proud by starting this timeless project today.

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Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm, 8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge5 stitches, 8 rows, 1 inches. garter stitch

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I believe this style of blouse was called a jumper back in the day. They were usually knitted with cotton crochet thread, which comes in balls of 250 yards or more. You could probably substitute a lace yarn or something super fine like that, but I think if I made it I'd use the cotton crochet thread, because I like cotton.

This sweater does remind me of something my mother wore when women still wore skirt most of the time. But I can see that it would be equally adorable with a nice pair of slacks. For vintage inspired dressing, I think I would pair it with a knotted scarf or look for a set of vintage Coro scatter pins. Its simple enough to dress up or down and would look great with a pair of Capri pants for summer.

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