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Honey Pie Pattern

Honey Pie Pattern

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Honey Pie by Frogginette. This irresistible little pinafore is a very fun and quick knit, with thoughtful details and easy-yet-effective techniques. The result is a crisp, well-finished, adorable garment. Perfect as a sweet dress for special occasions, it also works as a practical layering piece for every day play. This dress is worked seamlessly in the round, from the bottom-up, then the front and back are worked flat separately, featuring an I-cord edging and box pleats. There are two openings at the sides, fastened with buttons. Simple cables are worked on either sides of the front of the dress and continue along the straps. The length of the dress can easily be adjusted by removing or adding rounds before working the box pleats.

Gauge: 18 sts x 28 rounds = 4 inches or 10cm in stockinette stitch in the round using larger needle

Sizes: NB (3mo, 6mo, 12mo // 18mo, 2yo, 4yo, 6yo)

Finished Measurements: Garment chest: 16 (17.75, 18.75, 19.5 // 20.5, 22.25, 25, 26.75) inches or 40.5 (45, 47.5, 49.5 // 52, 56.5, 63.5, 68) cm

Materials Used: Approximately 250 (300, 325, 375 // 450, 475, 500, 525) yds or 229 (274, 297, 343 // 411, 434, 457, 480) meters of worsted weight yarn

Needle Size: 

  • US 8 or 5mm 24-inch or 60cm circular needle or size needed to match stockinette gauge; set of matching dpns
  • US 7 or 4.5mm (or one size smaller than circular needle above) 24-inch or 60cm circular needle cable needle

Pattern Includes: 8 sizes, detailed written instructions

Skill Level: Intermediate. Skills Required: casting on, working a picot hem (explained in pattern), knitting, purling, increasing, decreasing, knitting in the round, I-cord edging (explained in pattern and link to tutorial), yarn over, working a simple cable pattern, box pleat (explained in pattern and link to tutorial), picking up stitches, binding off, I-cord bind off (explained in pattern and link to tutorial), a small amount of grafting (link to tutorial provided)

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