Kriszta (one of the knitting club girls) came across a bag of Rowan 4 ply cotton yarn. Rowan!!! She had the same reaction as I would have. Regardless of the color or the quantity she bought it. She started thinking only later: "OMG Lilac is sooo not my color... what a heck should I do with four ball of fingering weight lilac colored cotton yarn?" She mused at one of our meetings. Of course I jumped "I'll take it, I'll take it off your hands!". So I bought it from her. Of course even if I loved the color, the question of what to do with only four balls of thin cotton yarn remained until the July issue of Fürge Ujjak (it means Busy/Fast Fingers, the one Hungarian craft magazine, it has a considerable section on knitting and crochet) came out and in it there was this camisole. Being me, of course meant considerable rework of the pattern, but the end result turned out fine, I think.
Aside from the necessary recalculating the stitch-count (of course once again, I had a totally different yarn that the pattern had, this time mine was considerably thinner, and I had a very limited amount so I had to be extra careful)...
In the magazine's picture the modell already started to roll... To prevent this I started with four rows of garter stitch.
1. row: knit, knit, yo, knit, k3tog, knit, yo, knit, slip.
2. row: knit, knit, purl 5, knit, slip.
Once again, I have to be greatful to Dinara for the pictures. She is so talented. She shot these (along with the wrap cardi pics) in such a hurry, still they turned out great. Thank you.