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Wee and Warm in the Winter Winds

Knitting
November 2012
Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) ?
4.5 stitches and 6 rows = 1 inch in Stockinette
US 8 - 5.0 mm
175 - 601 yards (160 - 550 m)
3m/6m/12m/2y (4y/6y/7y/8y)
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Wee and Warm in the Winter Winds – an intriguing dress or tunic for the smaller girls, featuring a top down raglan, and a short row skirt knitted sideways and knitted on as you go. All edges are done while knitting, so when done, you’re really done! Worsted weight yarn turns this into a quick and relaxing knit, and you’ll be finished in no time! 


Sizes:

3 months (chest: 18 inches/45 cm)
6 months (chest: 18.5 inches/47 cm)
12 months (chest: 19.5 inches/50 cm)
2 years (chest: 21.3 inches/54 cm)
4 years (chest: 24 inches/60 cm)
6 years (chest: 25.5 inches/65 cm)
7 years (chest: 26.5 inches/67 cm)
8 years (chest: 28.5 inches/72 cm)


Materials and tools:

Worsted or light aran weight yarn

Note: Yarn estimates are for the tunic length. For the dress length, you will need more CC for the skirt.

MC (yoke)
Appr 60/70/80/90 (140/160/180/200) meters
or 70/80/90/100 (155/185/195/220) yards

CC (skirt)
Appr 100/130/150/180 (200/250/300/350) meters
or 120/150/170/200 (240/290/340/390) yards

Needles

Yoke:
5 mm circular needle (US 8), or size to get gauge
5 mm Double pointed needles, if not knitting shorter circumferences with magic loop or short circular.

Skirt:
Circular needle approximately 1 mm larger than yoke needle (you can also work the skirt on the same needle but with a slightly heavier yarn than you used for the yoke).

2 buttons (3 for larger sizes)
Needle for weaving in ends