FO: Another Little Dress

Let’s start this Monday off right with one of last week’s finished objects I didn’t share. I made another little dress with the Summer into Fall dress.
You can see my first one for my goddaughter Paige in a bright pink! This time I used Knit Picks Comfy Worsted (it’s currently got a lot of colors on sale right now if you’re interested in trying it out) in the Orchid colorway. It’s more lavender with pink undertones to it than just the standard baby girl pink. I really liked this color. This yarn was also super soft to the touch and is machine washable and dryer friendly. YAY!
I’m telling you this dress is such a super cute and super quick knit. I finished this one in just two days in the 6 months size. It flies off the needles.
And hopefully at the six month size little Evelyn will get a few months of wear out of this and can even put on some tights when it gets a bit cold in the fall. I’ve got a few little girls I want to make these for in warmer material for fall into winter but my list of knits for fall is growing insanely long. We shall see how much I’m able to accomplish. But speaking of accomplish, I finished my Pink Professor cardigan (I had a few sneak peeks on Instagram in my stories) and can’t wait to share the finished object with you this week! I’m really happy with the finished object and now I’m just waiting for fall to come so I can stop wearing it in my living room.
Getting cozy on my sweater
And when I’m not wearing it, Cher decides it’s her newest and softest blanket. Multiple purpose knitting at its finest.

8 Replies to “FO: Another Little Dress”

    1. HA! Indeed. I’ve got almost 2 full skeins of yarn leftover and so both my dogs might get a sweater out of it for the fall too.

  1. Dear DWJ
    I am stuck at the I Cord directions. Can’t make any sense of it even though I know how to knit an i cord. Can you shed some light on this for me? Thanks so much!

    1. You’re just slipping 3 stitches with yarn in front and then turning your work and pulling the yarn to purl those stitches you just slipped.

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