The Pink, One-Piece Wrap Style 1 ( Pink Stripe) Size – Small – Medium – Large Length (neck to base of tail) – 10 inches – 14 inches – 20 inches Width (without side tabs) – 9 inches – 12 inches – 18 inches The instructions are given for the smallest size. Materials Chunky Yarn â€“ 2 (3,6) ounces Size 9 straight needles, (5 Â½ mm) or size required for gauge One 4inch stitch holder Crochet Hook Hook and Loop fastener such as Velcro Straight pins, needle and matching thread Gauge 7 stitches and 11 rows = 2 inches Pattern Cast on 16 (22, 42) stitches Row 1: (Wrong Side) Purl 1 Knit 1, (P1, K 1) ribbing.
Bind off the next 15 (21, 30) stitches for neck opening. These 14 (18, 25) stitches will form the first shoulder. Knit or Purl the last 2 stitches together as per pattern. Continue in pattern until shoulder measures about 2 (3, 4 ) inches from the bound off stitches at the neck edge. Half way between the last increase row and the neck edge mark off the center 2 (4, 6) inches.
Work in rib pattern until work measures about 2 (3, 5) inches from the bound off stitches at the neck edge. Row 1: K or P 2 together, pattern to the end of the row. With right side facing pick up and K 11(19, 29) stitches along the center marked edge.
With Right side facing pattern to the last 2 stitches K2 together. Repeat these 2 rows until 4 (7, 15) stitches remain. Second Shoulder Slip stitches from the stitch holder onto needle with right side facing. Row 2: Pattern to the last 2 stitches, K or P2 together. Work in K1, P1 pattern until tab measures 2, (2, 4) inches from the side edge.
To shape the tab, K or P 2 together, pattern to the last 2 stitches, K or P 2 together. Sew enough of the hook and loop fastener to each side of the tab edges on the shoulder and under stomach to close sweater.
Continue shaping in this way until 3(11, 13) stitches remain.
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