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ayuda con ropa de perro 8/24/2011 2:15 AM (permalink)
Ayuda alguien sabe como tejer un vestido para una perrita o que tenga un pap porfavor gracias.
mi correo:
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    Re:ayuda con ropa de perro 8/24/2011 10:36 AM (permalink)
    Hola Kahori!!!
    Te dejo estos dos modelitos.
    Momita estrella
    Este vestidito es tejido en agujas.
    You knew it was coming…the embarrassingly girly Ruffled Sweater Dress: an A-Line dress with ruffled neck and hem and a bow to give the appearance of an empire waist. This time in 2 sizes, size 10″ for 3-4.5 lb dogs with a 10″-11″ circumference around the waist/ribcage and size 12″-14″ for pups 4.5-7lbs.
    Added 11/01/08: I”m sorry crocheters, I cannot write you a crocheted version.

    #6 double point needles
    #6 16″ circular (not necessary, but it sure would help)
    worsted weight yarn (I used baby yarn, which seems to be on the skinny side for worsted) in 2 colors. 1 main color and 1 complementary color.  (I used about half a skein for the 10″ and maybe .70 skein for the 12″)
    Ribbon in complementary color, approx 2 feet.
    2 large safety pins
    Optional: Medium crochet hook (for sleeves, or you can use the knitting needles)
    10″ will be listed in directions with the 12″ size in parenthesis.
    Ruffled neck
    Cast on 80 (120)
    Join, being sure not to twist.
    knit 2, k2tog around : 60 sts (90 sts)
    k1, k2 tog: 40 sts (60 sts)
    k2tog around: 20 sts (30)
    knit in stockinette until piece is 1″ long (1 1/2″ long) these are really approximate because the ruffles make it hard to measure
    Begin Increases
    K3, kfb, k12, kfb, k3: 22 sts (k6, kfb, k16, kfb, k6 :32 sts)
    K3, kfb, k14, kfb, k3: 24 sts (k6, kfb, k18, kfb, k6: 34sts)
    K3, kfb, k16, kfb, k3: 26 sts (k6, kfb, k20, kfb, k6: 36sts)
    K3, kfb, k18, kfb, k3: 28 sts (k6, kfb, k22, kfb, k6: 38sts)
    K3, kfb, k20, kfb, k3: 30 sts (k6, kfb, k24, kfb, k6: 40sts)
    K3, kfb, k22, kfb, k3: 32 sts (k6, kfb, k26, kfb, k6: 42sts)
    K3, kfb, k24, kfb, k3: 34 sts (k6, kfb, k28, kfb, k6: 44sts)
    K3, kfb, k26, kfb, k3: 36 sts (k6, kfb, k30, kfb, k6: 46sts)
    K3, kfb, k28, kfb, k3: 38 sts (k6, kfb, k32, kfb, k6: 48sts)
    K3, kfb, k30, kfb, k3: 40 sts (k6, kfb, k34, kfb, k6: 50sts)
    K3, kfb, k32, kfb, k3: 42 sts (k6, kfb, k36, kfb, k6: 52sts)
    K3, kfb, k34, kfb, k3: 44 sts (k6, kfb, k38, kfb, k6: 54sts)
    K3, kfb, k36, kfb, k3: 34 sts (k6, kfb, k40, kfb, k6: 56sts)
    Leg Holes
    These are always tricky for me to explain, so if it sounds a little weird, thats my fault. Please note I use a reverse loop cast on to return the stitches I bound off and then I knit through the back of each loop for a slightly less sloppy finish.
    K4, b/o 8, k20, b/o 8, k4 (k6, b/o 8, k28, b/o 8, k6)
    K4, c/o 8, k20, c/o 8, k4 (k6, c/o 8, k28, c/o 8, k6)
    To make an A-Line dress we are going to use some gradual increases along the sides of the dress, where the “seams” would be. You can use the method of increasing you like, I use kfb (knit front and back of the stitch) because it doesn’t leave the hole you would get with a yarn over increase
    Knit 5 rows then:
    k10, kfb, K22, kfb, k10 (K13, kfb, k28, kfb, k13)
    Knit 5 more rows then:
    K11, kfb, k22, kfb, k11 (k14, kfb, k28, kfb, k14)
    Knit 5 more rows then:
    K 11, kfb, k24, kfb, k11 (k14, kfb, k30, kfb, k14)
    Knit 5 more rows then:
    K12, kfb, k24, kfb, k12 (k15, kfb, k30, kfb, k15)
    Knit 5 more rows then:
    K12, Kfb, k26, kfb, k12 (k15, kfb, k32, kfb, k15)
    Knit 5 more rows then:begin ruffled hem (k16, kfb, k32, kfb, k16)
    (Knit 5 more rows <size 12″ only>)
    Ruffled Hem
    kfb of each stitch (kfb of each stitch)
    k1, kfb around (k1, kfb around)
    k2, kfb around (k2, kfb around)
    Bind off.
    2nd ruffle (petticoat) and Neck Ruffle

    With contrasting color: On inside of dress pick up all stitches from the row before you began the ruffled hem. Knit in stockinette for 1 inch or until the contrasting color is same length as original ruffle. Knit 2nd ruffle in same direction as original ruffled hem.
    For neck ruffle: do same thing, but at the top of the dress
    With Contrasting Color:
    With Crochet hook pick up all sts and crochet around until the sleeves are long enough for your taste (I did 1 row of double crochet and 1 row of single crochet)
    Pick up all stitches and knit 5 rounds (or until it is as long as you like)

    Put the dress on your pup and using the safety pins mark behind the front legs (on the sides of the dress). Crochet loops to hold ribbon in place. Tie bow, admire how cute she looks.


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      Re:ayuda con ropa de perro 8/25/2011 4:35 PM (permalink)
      muchas gracias por el aporte que me estas dando esta muy lindo me encanto lo voy a tratar de hacer aver como me queda muchas gracias.
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