I know how much everyone loves 1930’s knitting patterns, but it can be a bit of search to find them in a larger size. I was really entranced with this stunning dress pattern in Knitting and Home Crafts (March 1939) and then I noticed it was curvy sized!
The blouse and skirt are knit in two pieces and seamed at the waist to make a dress – meaning it would be a cinch to turn the blouse portion into a sweater/jumper by just adding a couple of inches of rib at the bottom.
The blouse has a cross over neckline, and is knitted in a drop-stitch pattern making it light and airy.
I hope you like it!
Finished size: Bust 39″, Waist 32″ and Hip 40.5″
Yarn: Fingering weight wool crepe
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