Petite Fille Modèle


The shrug is worked from the bottom up, in one piece. It starts with provisional cast on of the stitches, then work the curved back with short rows, before making the pleats, and work to the shoulders. Stitches for sleeves are picked up around armholes to work in the round, then all the edges are worked in pleated rib. Not a single seam!

2 / 4 / 6 / 8 / 10 years

24 sts and 32 rows = 10 cm/4’’
in stockinette stitch, after blocking, with the larger needles.

• Stockinette stich
• Pleated rib

Yarn & Notions:
• 300/350/400/450/500 m / 330/380/440/490/550 yds (Vi)laines Faces-Bleues et Soie Fingering, 50% BFL wool,50% silk (400 m/440 yds/ 100 g) in the col. « Dragées au Mariage » (or any other fingering yarn to get gauge).
• Circular needles to get gauge (suggested size: 3.5 mm/US #4).
• If you don’t use the magic loop, a set of DPNs in the same size to work the sleeves in the round and 1 DPN or anothercircular to work the boxed pleats.
• Circular needles 0.5 mm smaller.
• Hook in the same size than the larger needle and scrap yarn for the provisional cast-on.
• 1 stitch marker.
• Stitch holders.

Product information:
The pattern is available for purchase as an electronic PDF file for download. Following your purchase, you will receive an email asking you to download 2 files, one in French (FR) and one in English (EN).
SKU: LCT-PAT-034 Categories: , Tags: , , , , , Yarn Weight: Fingering