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Comments About "American Girl Doll Snow Princess Dress"

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Poster: Sherry Pyne
April 26, 2019

I cannot get a pdf file for the outfits I would like to knit. Can you tell me what is wrong?

Thank you in advance ,
Sherry
Poster: Mary Harrison
March 22, 2018

Is the wool equivalent to double knitting or 4 ply please?
Poster: Elaine Phillips
March 30, 2018

The yarn is fingering weight, 2-ply.
Poster: Yvonne
March 4, 2018

My granddaughter is going to love this beautiful dress for her dollies she love all her dolls especially with the hand knitted dresses. Thank you to whoever worked this outfit out.
Poster: Lois M
May 15, 2017

I am working on the short rows on the sleeves. I have tried many times but after purling back 45 stitches w/t and knitting 50 stitches, I cannot come back to the beginning of the round. What might I not be doing right?
Poster: Amy O'C
May 13, 2016

This is a lovely dress and I'm looking forward to knitting this up. I studied the pattern well and I think I would be confident at work this.

Can I get a little clarification for row 18 please. The pattern calls for a yarn over increase at the back and front only, increasing the row by 4 each time. How does this work? As in, where do I work the yarn over increases? Of course, it might fall into place easily once I begin work and come to this row.
Poster: pam speelman
March 3, 2016

how can I convert the lace skirt to straight knit since I am not good at knit in the round? thanks
Poster: Bev
January 12, 2016

I have knitted a lot but I find this hard to follow. After joining and starting the round. Rnd 1 & 2 I got but then are you to continue following the lace pattern in rounds from then on or continue just doing the round 1 as listed. I have ripped this out so many times I am getting frustrated. Thanks for the help
Poster: Elaine Phillips
January 12, 2016

I have made a correction to that part of the pattern. Hopefully this will make it easier to understand. Please let me know if you still have trouble with it.
The lace pattern is worked on 5 sts and 4 rounds. You can make the following list for yourself and cross off each round after you made it:
Round 1 – lace pattern round 1
Round 2 – lace pattern round 2
Round 3 – lace pattern round 3
Round 4 – lace pattern round 4
Round 5 – lace pattern round 1
Round 6 - lace pattern round 2
Round 7 – lace pattern round 3
Round 8 - lace pattern round 4, etc.
Poster: Pauline
March 30, 2016

What is the pattern for round 4 in the lace pattern it just says repeat 1-4...my other question is row. 17 my count is 15sts 52sts,30sts,52sts,15sts....in row 18 it says I should have only 50 were my 52 is..
Poster: Sue
April 2, 2018

Rounds 1-10: *5 sts lace pattern, p1 - rep from * 30 times . I'm not sure where the p1 is done.
Poster: Diane Crowther
October 29, 2015

I'm losing the lace pattern on rows 13 and following odd rows. The way the instructions are written the odd rows increase each time. Row 11's lace falls into place but after row 12 the increases and lace don't fall into place as far as the established lace goes. Help
Poster: Elaine Phillips
November 6, 2015

The lace pattern is always worked on 5 stitches throughout the skirt. The increases are made between the lace repeats. In rounds 1-10 there is 1 purl stitch between 5 lace stitches. In round 11, we make 1 stitch before and one stitch after the purl st. In this way we have 3 purls between 5-lace stitches in the next rounds. The next increase is in round 55. Again we make 1 stitch before and one stitch after the 3 purls. In the next round we'll have 5 purls between the 5-lace stitches.
Poster: Sharon hein
April 18, 2018

I have started the skirt two times but wind up getting more stitches. I have started a swatch of 15 stitches and after2 sets of knitting the lace I now have 18 stitches....what am I doing wrong. Am about to tear it out and start something else.
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