Clothes for The Oak Folk Set H

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Welcome to the magic world of The Oak Folk...

Many of you may have knitted, or had someone knitting, clothes for your dolls during your childhood...wasn't that wonderful?!

For those who are starting their knitting journey, these little pieces are great for practice, because the same techniques are used as on the baby size pieces and everything is knitted flat. So not only this is a toy for babies and kids, but also a powerful learning tool for knitting beginners as well.

THIS LISTING INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PATTERNS:
- Sunday Morning Dress for The Oak Folk
- Sunday Morning Romper The Oak Folk
- Sunday Morning Bonnet for The Oak Folk
- Sunday Morning Booties for The Oak Folk
(DOLL PATTERN IS NOT INCLUDED)

FULL INSTRUCTIONS ARE GIVEN IN THE PATTERN.
The step by step instructions have lots of photos to help you through your knitting project.


PATTERNS INFORMATIONS:
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SUNDAY MORNING DRESS FOR THE OAK FOLK:
This little dress is knitted in the round from the top down with raglan increases. We start knitting flat, in order to gain some space for the head and sew a button on the back, but after a few rows the work is joined in the round. The dress features a beautiful attached I-cord and instructions for optional ruffles on the neck band and at the bottom.
- Experience level: Advanced Beginner
- Yarn: DK weight yarn
- Tension: 25 stitches x 34 rows = 10cm / 4” in stocking stitch with 3,5mm (US 4) needles.
- Yardage: approx. 100-125m
- Needles: 3,5mm (US4) and 3mm(US2,5) circular needles with 40cm/16", 3,5mm(US4) and 3mm(US2,5) double pointed needles, a crochet hook for the buttonhole.
- Knitting techniques: Knit, Purl, Knitting in the round, simple increases and decreases, picking up stitches, I-cord.
- Languages: English and Portuguese
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SUNDAY MORNING ROMPER FOR THE OAK FOLK:
This little romper is knitted in the round from the top down with raglan increases. We start knitting flat, in order to gain some space for the head and sew a button on the back, but after a few rows the work is joined in the round.
- Experience level: Advanced Beginner
- Yarn: DK weight yarn
- Tension: 25 stitches x 34 rows = 10cm / 4” in stocking stitch with 3,5mm (US 4) needles.
- Yardage: approx. 75m
- Needles: 3,5mm (US4) and 3mm (US2.5) circular needles with 40cm/16", 3,5mm(US4) double pointed needles, a crochet hook for the back buttonhole.
- Knitting techniques: Knit, Purl, Knitting in the round, simple increases and decreases, picking up stitches.
- Languages: English and Portuguese
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SUNDAY MORNING BONNET FOR THE OAK FOLK:
This tiny bonnet is worked flat at the beginning, but the back shaping is worked in the round. It also features I-cord straps.
- Experience level: Advanced Beginner
- Yarn: DK weight yarn
- Tension: 25 stitches x 34 rows = 10cm / 4” in stotcking stitch with 3,5mm (US 4) needles.
- Yardage: approx. 25m
- Needles: 3,5mm (US4) circular needles, 3,5mm (US4) and 3mm (US2.5) double pointed needles
- Knitting techniques: Knit, Purl, simple increases and decreases, picking up sts, I-cord.
- Languages: English and Portuguese
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SUNDAY MORNING BOOTIES FOR THE OAK FOLK:
This tiny booties are knitted in the round from the bottom up. The sole is sewed at the end.
- Experience level: Advanced Beginner
- Yarn: DK weight yarn
- Tension: 25 stitches x 34 rows = 10cm / 4” in stotcking stitch with 3,5mm (US 4) needles.
- Yardage: approx. 25m
- Needles: 3,5mm (US4) double pointed needles
- Knitting techniques: Knit, Purl, simple increases and decreases
- Languages: English and Portuguese
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With love
Sandra