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Comments About "American Girl Doll Summer Lace Dress"

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Poster: Sharon w
March 16, 2014

How do I divide the stitchrs? On double pointed needles ? Not sure how to do this part . Thanks
Poster: Pat Bean
November 18, 2014

I could not get the picot to come out - can you give me instructions on how you did not? Thank you.
Poster: Elaine Phillips
March 22, 2012

b means through back loop
Poster: Flora D. Kuritsky
November 23, 2012

I would also like to know the answer to this question.
Thank you for your response.
Poster: Grace & Eavia
January 6, 2014

My sister and I have done a lot of clothes for American girl dolls. Their waist is about 11 inches around, this pattern has 51 stitches for the waist. 51 sts. divided by 11 in. = about 4.5, so use whatever size needles would give you 4.5 stitches per inch. (I think for my sister and I that would be about size 6.)
Poster: alice
February 15, 2013

did you have trouble with top and back?I am not having enough stitches.
Poster: Nina
February 16, 2013

I used size 7 needles for American girl doll
Poster: crystal
February 22, 2013

everything was ok but the size of the needles... also found that the stitches knitted together were not all in a straight line..
Poster: Elaine Phillips
March 5, 2013

Yes, you should place stitches on stitch holders. I suggest to slip the 1st stitch and to purl the last stitch.
Poster: Sharon
March 17, 2013

I was thinking that when it says edge st. I was thought it ment to slip this stitch. Is this rite?
Poster: Elaine Phillips
March 8, 2013

You have to knit all stitches in row 51
Poster: Elaine Phillips
March 26, 2013

You have to achieve the gauge specified in the pattern with the needles of the size, which allows you to do it.
Poster: Pat Bean
April 20, 2015

What size needle did you use for this dress?
Poster: Fran
March 21, 2014

I DONĀ“T UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU MEAN BY CASTING 97STS (INCLUDING EDGE STITCHES) DOES THIS MEAN THE EDGE STITCHES ARE INCLUDED, IF NOT HOW MANY STITCHES DO WE CONSIDER FOR EDGE STS.
THANK YOU
Poster: Aileen Buchan
March 8, 2014

Can you explain ssk to me ,thank you
Poster: Rosemary
February 16, 2014

What height is an American Girl Doll please? I'm actually looking for patterns for a 15.5" /16" doll knitting or crochet.
Poster: jean stagg
April 28, 2013

size of needles too small for gauge.
Row when doing eyelet has 1 stitch left at end of row, pattern does not say how to knit that last stitch. No explanation of how to knit edge stitch. Overall not good instructions for a beginner. I am not, so was able to figure it out. Dress overall is very pretty.
Poster: elena
April 15, 2013

oh dear have forgotten how to ssk!!!please help
Poster: Haley
March 23, 2013

I am an experienced knitter and I have to say there is no way the tension/needle size is right for this pattern. I have started with 2.75mm and it is far too small for AMG doll.
Poster: peggy
March 6, 2013

I think I'm missing something I don't
understand row 51. What do you knit before casting of 9 sts.
Poster: Cindy
February 18, 2013

Fairly new at knitting. When it says divide sts in row 35, do it mean to use markers or put these stiches on stitch holders. Also, assuming that when it says edge st, I am suppose to knit or purl thesests. Can you clearify for me? Thanks.
Poster: crystal
February 8, 2013

i made this dress it was very cool. my daughter loved it. it fits her small ty cat. the size of the needles are deffently wrong. other wise was awsome.
Poster: Mary
January 7, 2013

I do not believe that th gauge on this pattern is quite right. Can you let me know if it is correct.
Poster: dina
July 13, 2012

not picot pattern, i switched rows too achieve picot
Poster: Mary
March 22, 2012

what does the b mean (k2tog-b)
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