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Candy Outfit


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This Christening set has been made to compliment the Candy shawl. The set comprises of Jacket, Dress, Hat and Slippers. The Jacket with its picot edge and bell shaped sleeves works well as an edge to edge jacket or can be fastened with white frogs, as this photo shows, or you could also use ribbon ties. The dress is trimmed with Knit-in lace at the join between the skirt and the bodice. (This can be omitted and ribbon used as alternative if preferred) There are two lengths of dress and can be made with short or long sleeves. To finish the outfit I have added a roll brim hat. I have made the long dress in plain white and trimmed it with ribbon roses. The short dress I have made with two contrast colours to show the versatility of the pattern. (Please see the photos below) The slippers have been finished with small ribbon roses on the toes Size 14in 16in 18in Actual size 16in 18in 20in Jacket & Hat Dk Main 100grm 125grm 150grm fancy Contrast 100grm 125grm 150grm Dress (Long) DK Main 200grms 225grm 250grm Dress (Short) & slippers DK Main 100grms 125grm 125grm contrast 1 50grms 50grm 50grm contrast 2 25grms 50grm 50grm Matching Shawl Pattern can be found here YOU CANNOT RESELL MY PATTERN HOWEVER YOU CAN SELL THE FINISHED ITEM. A Maybe baby pattern designed by (c) J Aldread (2009) GAUGE 22 stitches x 28 Rows= 10cm (4 in) worked in stocking stitch on 4mm needles SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sizes 14 to 18ins

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1x 4.00mm needles
  • 1 x 3.75mm needles
  • 1 x 5.00mm needles

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Maybebaby Designs
Maybebaby Designs
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 instructions and charts. I do try to make them easy as possible to follow and on most of the patterns I have also included check boxes to make it easier to mark off each row as it is complete. I hope you enjoy my designs, your feedback is most welcome!! Website: Member of: Knitting Paradise Forum Member of: Ravelry