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Princess Me

Knitting
19 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette st on bigger needles
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
300 - 850 yards (274 - 777 m)
3 months - 12 years; 18" to 26" waist.
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The ebook is available now with all 6 fairy skirts and one shrug.

Fairies, princesses, ballerinas, there is always magic in the air with little girls. Perpetually dancing, twirling and dressing up, here is the first skirt of my fairy skirt series What Dreams Are Made Of.
Using lace mohair in an airy gauge, the skirt is going to be light, fluffy and beautiful. However, if you prefer a polished, soft and silky look, you may want to choose a merino or silk/merino blend in fingering or lace weight.
And of course, there are choices for sparkles if you wish! By choosing a yarn with metallic thread or sequins, or by adding beads while knitting, you will add the right touch to the magic!

The pattern include:
tips on knitting with mohair
tips on knitting with beads
suggestions to customize the skirt (e.g add flair,…)
several hem options
waist shaping (optional)

Skill level:
The pattern is detailed enough to be adventurous beginner friendly, and at the some time interesting enough to capture attention of a more advanced knitter as well

Sizes (based on waist measurement):
baby (3m-12m): 18-20” / 46-51 cm
toddler (18m-4T):20-22” / 51-56 cm
child (5-8): 22-24” / 56-61 cm
tween (9-12): 24-26” / 61-66 cm

Gauge:
19-20 sts on US#6 / 4 mm needles

Yardage:
baby: 300-400 yds
toddler: 400-530 yds
child: 540-700 yds
tween: 660-850 yds
Note: the higher number refers to skirt with added flair. If you choose hemline with ruffles, you will need an additional 100 to 300 yds.

Notions:
3/4” elastic, 10-40g of glass beads size 6/0 “E” (4mm diameter), small crochet hook, 3/4 to 5/8” satin ribbon

Printing note:
Please, read the pattern before printing to save on ink and paper. There is a chance you don’t need to print everything.