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Dancing Princesses Coat (Girls)

(1104)
Difficulty: Intermediate

These little coats & leg warmers (in straight and flared styles) are fashioned after the romantic little coats that the 12 Dancing Princesses most certainly would have slipped on over the silks chiffon dresses and brocades they wore each night to dance with the 12 Princes. . . if the underground passages they trod held a chill.

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Coat Sizes

Coat Sizes                       2T        3T       4T     5T       6    8
Finished chest size (in)   22.5    23.25    24    26.5    28   29
Finished chest size (cm)   57       59       61   67.25   71  73.5


Pattern Difficulty

Intermediate: Requires knowledge of knitting and purling, increasing and decreasing, rudimentary knowledge of colorwork, working on circular needles and double pointed needles.


Gauge

20 stitches and 28 rounds = 4"(10cm) in St st with a single strand of worsted weight yarn.


Materials

Yarn Requirements 

Coat Sizes 2T          3T         4T           5T           6             8
Yards       750        750      1000        1000      1250        1500
Bi-color 500/250 500/500 750/500 750/750 1000/750 1000/750

Needles and Other Materials

Size 7 (4.5mm)  32"(80cm) circular needles
Stitch Markers
Tapestry needle
Sewing needle
Like colored nylon beading thread
10 - 14 .5" buttons (Pictured: kid-proof ceramic "pea" and "apple blossom cab" buttons by Creative Impressions in Clay)


Pictured Samples

Both pictured coats were made in Stonehedge Fiber Mill's Shepherd's Wool. Blue Coat: MC Light Turquoise with CC Misty Blue. Slouchy leg warmers in Misty Blue. The cherry blossoms were made in Tilli Tomas' Flurries in Candy with pale yellow Fizz centers. Pink Coat: MC Hot Pink with CC Orange. Flared leg warmers in Orange with Hot Pink dots.


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