Miss Molly Waistcoat knitting Pattern

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Miss Molly Waistcoat knitting Pattern Pattern


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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic crochet
  • Basic knitting

Pattern Description:

These lovely waist coats are in 3 sizes and is worked in DK

They are made in one piece so there is no sewing up and is very versatile.

Made in white with sequin embellishment would be perfect for a christening

A great way to use up oddments, one I have made plainer so you could also add an intrinsia motif or a small Fair isle pattern.

There are two necklines, the higher neckline is great over fuller dresses.

I have detailed all the sizes and requirements below.

Sizes are 16/18" 20/22" and 24/26"

Using 100grms of Dk

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  • 3,50mm needles
  • 4,mm needles,
  • 3mm crochet hook

You Will Also Need:

  • embellishments
  • ribbon
  • Buttons

About Designer

About Designer

maybebaby1422977 on craftsy.com

I love circular knitting but found that patterns for this are limited especially for shawls.

There was only one answer, to design them myself. This of course has not only become an obsession but has lead to doing a few outfits to compliment the shawls.

I type them myself, all have written row by row instructions and in some cases I have used a combination of both full written ...

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