1:6th scale Summer skirts by Frances Powell
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1:6th scale Summer skirts

Knitting
June 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
9 stitches and 12 rows = 1 inch
in moss stitch or stocking stitch
US 0 - 2.0 mm
22 - 33 yards (20 - 30 m)
1:6th scale (Barbie)
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To fit a 29 to 30 cm/11-½ to 12-inch tall doll including Curvy Barbie

Ability Level: Intermediate

Materials required: one pair 2.00 mm knitting needles, approximately 30 metres/34 yards 4-ply/fingering yarn for each skirt.

Approximate finished sizes
Blue skirt – 8 cm/3½-inches across hem/10 cm/4-inches waist to hem; 6.5 cm/2¾-inches at waist
Yellow skirt – 7 cm/3-inches across hem/10 cm/4-inches waist to hem; 6 cm/2½-inches at waist
Pink skirt – 7 cm/3-inches across hem/10 cm/4-inches waist to hem; 6 cm/2½-inches at waist, but is adjustable

Gauge - worked over moss stitch or stocking stitch: 5 rows = 1 cm and 4 stitches = 1 cm

This pattern matches 1:6th scale sundress, 1:6th scale Ladies hats and 1:6th scale handbags

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