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Pig Shirt For Kids


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Basic style shirt, fits kids well. Easy to knit in record time! After you knit it, make the snout, eyes and ears. Sew on and you are done! This uses worsted weight yarns, and knitting needles US # 10.5. Fits 2 to 6 years. Fun to knit in all colors! GAUGE 31/2 Stitches And 5 Rows = 1 Inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Sizes: (Chest Measurement) Size 2 to 3 - 25 Inches Size 4 to 5 - 28 Inches Size 6 - 31 Inches SUGGESTED YARN 360 yards of Worsted weight COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

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  • Worsted Weight Yarn 6 (7) (8) Ounces Any Shade of Pink, Peach, Tan, or Rose (Main Color) Small Amount of Black for Embroidery 1 Pair Knitting Needles, #101/2

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