1940s Well Fitting Cami-knickers Vintage Knitting Pattern



A well fitting all-in-one garment for the chilly winter months. The original yarn was Munrospun
“Glenfruin” Wool, which I think was a 4 ply. (But don’t take my word for it knit a tension
square to make sure)

Mainly worked in stocking stitch with patterned bands at the top of the bust and waist to give it
shape, and around legs.

Measurements: To fit 34 inch bust. Length 24 inches.

Original yarn used was 5 ozs. (142g) Munrospun ‘Glenfruin’ Wool. A pair each No. 11 (3mm)
and No. 9 (3.75mm) needles. A No. 14 crochet hook. 1 yard of ribbon for shoulder straps.
1.5 yards of thin ribbon for yoke. 1/4 yard bias binding. 3 small buttons.

TENSION: 7 stitches to 1 inch.

Please note you are buying a copy of the pattern, not the original or the finished garments

Additional information


Paper pattern, Downloadable PDF pattern