Rock Your Bodysuit 16 sizes (see details below)

Pattern includes sizing instructions for bust sizes 30(32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60)"/76(81, 86, 91, 97, 102, 107, 112, 117, 122, 127, 132, 137, 142, 147, 152) cm. 

 

Details for Sizes: 30(32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44)”/76(81, 86, 91, 97, 102, 107, 112) cm bust sizes. Designer’s note: Feel free to mix and match bust/hip/waist instructions for a more tailored fit to your body!

 

Gauge: 20 stitches and 28 rows per 4” (10 cm) in 1x1 ribbing with fingering weight held double (st gauge is taken when stretched, row gauge is taken when relaxed). Designer’s notes:

 

1) I personally prefer my garment to stretch easily to 5 sts to the inch. If you’d prefer an even more form fitting garment, feel free to go down in needle size. Keep in mind, the way your swatch stretches, is how it will stretch to fit on your body. Therefore, the tighter the rib the more form fitting the bodysuit will be.

2) This pattern is tailored to the row gauge listed above. Therefore, it is vital that your gauge matches (or you’ll have to adjust the row gauge). I suggest doing a gauge swatch beforehand and adjusting your needles to get the correct gauge!

 

Needles: (2) 40” & (2) 24” circular needles in size needed to achieve gauge listed above (suggested size: Main needle: (2) 40”/US 8/5mm needles. Plus (1) 24” size US 8/5mm and (1) 24” size US 7/4.5 mm.

 

Materials used: Hedgehog Fibres Skinny Singles held double (fingering; 100% merino wool; 400 yds/100 g, or anyother yarn that knits up to desired gauge).

 

Yardage: 1819(1876, 2000, 2118, 2292, 2611, 2625, 2634) total yards fingering weight yarn held double.

 

Other notions: Snaps/buttons (I bought mine at Hobby Lobby), stitch markers, crochet hook/tapestry needle, scrap yarn/stitch holder and scissors.

 

Final measurements: Bodysuit is worn with 6”/15 cm of positive ease in the upper body portion. Model has a bust size of 34”/86 cm and is wearing the size M/40”/102 cm size.

 

Details for Sizes: 46(48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60)”/117(122, 127, 132, 137, 142, 147, 152) cm bust sizes. Designer’s note: Feel free to mix and match bust/hip/waist instructions for a more tailored fit to your body! See page 5 for more details.

 

Gauge: 20 stitches and 28 rows per 4” (10 cm) in 1x1 ribbing with fingering weight held double (st gauge is taken when stretched, row gauge is taken when relaxed). Designer’s notes:

 

1) I personally prefer my garment to stretch easily to 5 sts to the inch. If you’d prefer an even more form fitting garment, feel free to go down in needle size. Keep in mind, the way your swatch stretches, is how it will stretch to fit on your body. Therefore, the tighter the rib the more form fitting the bodysuit will be.

2) This pattern is tailored to the row gauge listed above. Therefore, it is vital that your gauge matches. I suggest doing a gauge swatch beforehand and adjusting your needles to get the correct gauge!

 

Needles: (2) 40” & (2) different 24” circular needles in size needed to achieve gauge listed above (suggested size: Main needle: (2) 40”/US 8/5mm needles. Plus (1) 24” size US8/5mm and (1) 24” size US 7/4.5 mm.

 

Materials used: Hedgehog Fibres Skinny Singles held double (fingering; 100% merino wool; 400 yds/100 g, or anyother yarn that knits up to desired gauge).

 

Yardage: 2699(3002, 3211, 3383, 3625, 3811, 3498, 4141) total yards fingering weight yarn held double.

 

Other notions: Snaps/buttons (I bought mine at Hobby Lobby), Stitch markers, crochet hook/tapestry needle, scrap yarn/stitch holder and scissors.

 

Final measurements: Bodysuit is worn with 6”/15 cm of positive ease in the upper body/bust portion. Model has a bust size of 34”/86 cm and is wearing a size M/40”/102 cm size.

 

 

 

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