The outfit consists of:
The items are made with WW yarn in Pink, White, Green and Yellow. Hook most generally used was a 5.5 mm
This dress begins by working both sides of a chain; one side is the frilly chains and the other begins the bodice
Chain 24 then chain 6 tightly and join 6 to form button hole. Add another buttonhole or some form of closure as you work the bodice
Work (sc, chain 3, skip 2 ch, sc in next)across top of 24 chains…
Work 3sc around the last chain to be in position to work bodice side…
Row 1: Sc in next 3, sc V-st in next, 2sc in next 2, sc V-st in next, sc in 8, sc V-st in next, 2sc in next 2, sc V-st in next, sc in next 4.
Row 2: dc in sc and dc V-st in V-st around
Row 3: sc in dc sc V-st in V-st around
Row 4: Dc in sc, dc V-st in V-st around. Break off yellow.
Row 5: Attach pink on wrong side and work sc in dc, sc V-st in V-st.
Row 6: Separate sleeves by work dc in sc up to and into V-st, ch1, dc in next V-st. continue across separating the next sleeve as well. Brak off Pink
Row 7: attach White and work one row of sc across. Break off white.
Row 8: attach Green and work dc across
Row 9: work (hdc in dc,2hdc in next) across. Break off Green.
Row 10: Work dc in hdc across
Row 11: Work (sc in 3, 2 sc in next) across. Join to first sc and turn.
All rows are work in the round without turning from now on.
Rows 12 – 14: Work dc in dc even.
Row 15: Work one row of dc TBL
Row 16: work (dc in 2dc. 2 dc in next) around
Row 17: repeat Row 15. Break off Yellow
Row 18: Attach Pink and work a row of SC even TBL
Row 19: work a row of Dc evenly. Break off pink
Row 20: work a row of sc TBL. Break off white.
Row 21: work of row of dc evenly TBL. Break off.
Tidy ends and add buttons.
Row 1: Begin with an 1/8in elastic tied to fit around your sweetie’s head. And work a bunch of sc into the ring formed. I did too many L
Row 2: Dc in 2, 2dc in next around
All future rows are worked TBL.
Row 3: Dc in dc around.
Row 4: work sc into dc around. Break off White.
Row 5 and 6: attach Green (then white) and work sc around. Break off.
Attach Yellow… Work scallop row using *sl st, sc, hdc, 2dc in next 3, hdc, sc,* repeat around. May not work out evenly – see what works for you.
It might be nice to add some floral elements to frame the face with this hat. Show pics if you do please.
I would recommend that you make a bag that suits you and your little ones…
I began in a corner with chain 2, 3sc in 2nd ch from hook
Build up more rows increasing by one stitch at the beginning of each row.
At some point, work in your other colours and leave yarn dangling for effect.
When the bag is as wide as you want it stop increasing on both sides and increase at one side only to create a rectangular shape while keeping your diagonal.
When it is as much as you want end at the point shown in the pic and turn (more or less)so that you are working a row of sc along the edge marked. Continue working evenly on this new row until it is wide enough to be the backing of your bag.
Sew edges and add a strap.
Shoes… With tan
Round 1: Work sc in heel stitch and HDC around with 5hdc in toe area.
Round 2: 2sc in same st as ch, sc around working 2sc in HDC in toe area join and break off.
Uppers in Yellow
Row 1: Work hdc in each st of sole making (at least) 1 dec in heel area. Join and ch 1.
Row 2: work 5 hdc make 3ch picot, Work dec on either side of centre two stitches. When opposite, 3ch picot, ch4, slst into picot, ch3, slst in 1st ch, hdc to end. Join and break off.
Copyright: Darlene Cutler - 2007
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Edited by darski, 19 January 2013 - 06:12 PM.