This fun, fanciful, Faerie Frock is perfect for the little girl in your life. It features vertical stripes of knit panels, connected with crochet. The frock can be made with or without a skirt, hood and sleeves. The sleeve can be of varying lengths, and can even end with mitts with thumb holes. You can close your frock with a separating zipper, snaps or buttons. A photo tutorial on shortening separating zippers is included. Several line drawings are included on the last page so you can plan out your colors. The pattern suggests one color for the outline and six colors for the panels; however, you can do what makes you happy; use just two or three colors for the panels, or even just stash~bust and wing it! The whole point of this pattern is to have fun and to bring some joy to the little one who gets to wear it.
This pattern was inspired by the remarkable Kat of Katwise.com who can also be found on Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/katwise
Her amazing upcycled elf coats were the starting point of these knit patterns.
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21~22sts and 28rows to a 4" square in stocking knit (the slight variance from 21~22sts is acceptable as this is a coat, so it is not extremely fitted.
Once upon a time I was a professional costume designer/builder. Then I met a boy. You know how that goes. Now I am a Stay At Home Mom in NJ. We have twin girls who were born in July '07. The artist ...
Once upon a time I was a professional costume designer/builder. Then I met a boy. You know how that goes. Now I am a Stay At Home Mom in NJ. We have twin girls who were born in July '07. The artist in me can not stay still, and we could use more income, so here I am! I love creating knit and crochet patterns, sewing (obviously!), book making, well...creating just about anything.
We also have a creative hobby. In some of our free time we are Medieval Re-creationists.
You can learn more about me, and see lots of fun snaps of my children and other creations on my blog, ~or~ You can keep tabs on my creations on my facebook page, both are linked below with my other crafty pages.
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