Mollie Onesie Dress - English
The Mollie Onesie Dress is worked top-down with raglan increases. The yoke is first worked back and forth to create an opening in the right shoulder and then later worked in the round. The body is worked in the round until divided for front and back (between the legs). The sleeves are worked in the round. Sts are picked up around the waist for the skirt, which is worked in the round. Lastly sts are picked up for the leg edgings and the edgings are worked in garter st.
Sizes: 3 (6) 9 (12) 24 months
Chest Width: 20 (22) 24 (26) 28 cm
Length (shoulder to between the legs): 27 (33) 36 (40) 46 cm
Gauge: 28 sts x 34 rows on 10 x 10 cm in stockinette st (in the round)
Skill level: Intermediate
Techniques: Top-down raglan, simple lace pattern, increasing, decreasing, picking up sts, short rows
- 100 (150) 150 (150) 200 grams of yarn for size 3.0 mm (US size 2.5-3) needles (the yardage is for the long sleeved version) (the short sleeved dress is made in Camarose Yaku Merino Wool (50 g = 200 m/211 yards) in the color Magenta (#1704) and the long sleeved dress is made in Knit Picks Palette (50 gram = 211 m) in the color Pennyroyal (#25090))
- Size 3.0 mm (US size 2.5-3) circular needles, 40 and 60 cm (16 and 24 inches) (or size needed to obtain gauge)
- Size 3.0 mm double pointed needles or a long circular needle for magic loop.
- 4 buttons