1:12th scale Ladies beach suit c.1946 by Frances Powell
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1:12th scale Ladies beach suit c.1946

Knitting
January 2000
Cobweb ?
US 5/0 - 1.0 mm
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This pattern is NOT suitable for a first project in miniature knitting

Materials required for all items: size 19 (1.00 mm/US size 5/0) knitting needles, plus:
Pleated skirt - 37.5 metres 1-ply wool, small length of cord or wool for belt.  
Panties - 12.5 metres 1-ply wool, (optional) small length very thin elastic.
Brassière - 12.5 metres 1-ply wool, length cord or wool.
For the complete set 50 metres of 1-ply wool are required.

Approximate finished sizes:
Pleated skirt –
1½-inches/3.5 cm tall by ¾-inch/2 cm wide at waist
Panties - ¾-inch/2 cm wide at waist by 1¼-inches/3 cm tall
Brassière – 2¾-inches/7 cm wide by ½-inch/1.25 cm tall (excluding ties and neck halter)

Gauge – Gauge is not important as dolls house dolls vary greatly in size.

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