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Vintage Inspired Petti Romper

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Vintage Inspired Petti Romper
Vintage Inspired Petti Romper

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erikapach4050552    March 19, 2015
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In what sizes does it really comes?? i need 2t and up

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becca_c905    March 15, 2013
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im confused about the shells on the top, could you please explain how to do it?

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Ava Ezras mama  April 30, 2013
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When I purchased this pattern I thought it had directions for other sizes. Has this been made for a 12-18 mo old. This was supposed to be a gift for a friends little girl this weekend now I'm afraid I can't make it! Please help!!

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Adorkable  May 11, 2013
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Ive been trying to figure out this pattern and I am pretty sure Rounds 19 and 20 should read like this(these are the rounds that make the shells on top, by the way):
19.(switch to k hook), ch 1 sc in hdc, sk st, 4dc in next hdc, sk st repeat from
around, sl st to join
20. sl st to 3rd dc, ch 1 sc in 3rd dc, 4dc in next sc repeat from around, sl st to join.

also, in the photo it looks like she added an extra 2 points on top right under where you attach the ties. So round 22 (which currently has no instructions except to tie it off and weave in ends, so I think she is missing that round anyway) should say something like : sl st to 3rd dc, ch 1 (sc in 3rd dc, 4dc in next sc) twice, sc in 3rd dc, ch 1, turn. sc in same dc, 4dc in next sc, sc in 2nd dc. fasten off. sk next sc on round 21, attach yarn to next 3rd dc, rpt from * to *

hope this helps because I was really confused by rounds 19 and 20 and I am sure a lot of other people were, too.

Also when you make the ruffles, it is easiest to start with the bottom ruffles and work your way up.

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courtneyi3013884  March 10, 2015
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Thank you so much for your help. I was very confused as well!