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Chardonnay Dress Set knitting Pattern


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This lovely set comprises of a side fastening matinee jacket, Romper, Hat and Shoes It is worked in DK and Contrast yarn I have detailed all the sizes and requirements below To fit 16" - 18" - 20" Matinee Coat 1 - 1 - 1 100grm balls DK Marriner Space DK Romper 2 - 3 - 3 50grm balls DK Contrast Small amount of Main Hat & Shoes 1 - 1 - 1 50grm balls DK Main Small amount of Contrast Pair of each 3.25mm, 3.50mm, and 4mm needles 4 Buttons for Jacket 10 Buttons for Romper 4 Buttons for Shoes Beads (optional) Digital Download: After purchasing a digital file, you'll see a link to the Downloads page. Here, you can download all the files associated with your order. Downloads are available once your payment is confirmed. If you paid with PayPal or a credit card on Etsy, confirmation may take a few minutes. You'll see a notice at the top of the page, if your payment is still processing. A download notification email separate from any transaction notification emails you receive from Etsy and/or PayPal. The boring bit: My patterns are copyright protected and are for personal use only, they are not to be re-sold or reproduced in any format including by electronic means, unless I have given permission. Completed items made from my patterns sold, and ask that I be given credit for the pattern. Thank you :-) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Lace Knitting GAUGE 24 x 32 sts = 10 x 10cms

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  • 4 Buttons for Jacket 10 Buttons for Romper 4 Buttons for Shoes Beads (optional)

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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