Monday, February 11, 2008

The Pineapple Monokini


so here it is, here is the picture


i have written up an UNTESTED pattern (only made the one for myself). it is one size fits most, there is a tie back at the rib cage and the halter top so that its adjustable and there is a portion of the bottom that is easily adjustable to be slightly larger or smaller if need be, and i will mention at that point where to adjust this for the individual. this is made all in one piece with no seams to sew! yay!

SPECIAL NOTE: if you want to actually go in the water i would suggest finding some very thin nylon thread/elastic cord and making it with that as the cotton absorbs a LOT of water. i have not tried this technique but feel free to test it out and let me know how it works out for you!
I retain all copyrights to this pattern: it is not to be sold for any reason, you may sell your own finished product as long as you give credit for the design to me, free for personal use only, not for commercial use.

the pineapple monokini (totally not for water, just for looking hot!)

materials:
3 balls of cotton comfort color 16 (cascade fixation and elann esprit are also substitutable but may require more balls and gauge adjustment)
C crochet hook
1 removable stitch marker
small scraps of cotton material to line cups and crotch (optional)
stitches:
sc: single crochet
dc: double crochet
ch: chain
sc2dec: single crochet decrease over next 2 stitches (insert hook into st, yo pull through insert hook into next st, yo pull through, yo pull through all loops on hook)
ss: slip stitch
bikini:
ch 41
row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and each across. ch 1 turn (40sts)
row 2: sc2dec in first 2 sts, sc across to last 2 sts sc2dec ch 1 turn (38sts)
row 3-11: rep row 2 (20sts)
row 12: sc in each st across ch1 turn (20sts)
row 13: rep row 2 (18sts)
row 14-22: rep last 2 rows(10sts)
row 23-35: sc in each across ch 1 turn (10sts)
row 36: 2 sc in next st, sc across to last st, 2 sc in last. ch1 turn (12sts)
row 37: rep row 36 (14sts)
row 38: sc in each across ch 1 turn(14sts)
row 39-80: rep last 3 rows (70sts)
this is where you can adjust the size of the "bottom" by chaining more or less
ch 25, sc across the beginning chain of original 40sts place marker between st 20 and 21, ch25 ss in end st of back of brief, ch3 turn (ch3 counts as dc on back of brief)
row 81: dc in first st of ch25 *ch2 skip next 2 ch, dc in next* rep from *-* to end of ch25, dc in next 40 sts, dc in first st of ch25 rep*-* to end of ch25, dc in next 69 sts ss in top of ch3. ch3 turn
row 82: dc across next 69 sts ch1 skip next dc, dc in ch2 space, *ch2 dc in next ch2 space* rep *-* to last ch2 space, ch1 skip next dc, dc in each next 40 sts, ch1 skip next dc, dc in ch2 space rep *-* to last ch2 space, ss in top of ch3. ch3 turn
row 83: dc in ch1 space, *ch2 dc in next ch2 space* rep *-* to last ch2 space, ch2 dc in ch1 space, dc in next 40 sts, dc in ch1 space, rep *-* to last ch2 space, ch2 dc in ch1 space, dc in next 69 sts, ss in top of ch3, ch3 turn.
row 84-85: rep last 2 rows, ch5 turn for row 85
row 86: dc in same space, *skip next 2 sts dc ch1 dc in next st* rep *-* around entire brief, ss in ch3 of ch5.
(move "middle marker" to ch1 space nearest to its location)
this part will be a little tricky for the adjustment purposes, so to make sure it will still be centered correctly you need to count to 15 "V" sts from center marker, ss in each st to ch1 space of 15th Vst and continue.

row 87: ch5 (counts as dc ch2) *skip 2 dc, dc in next ch1 space, ch2* rep *-* 2 more times ch2 skip to next ch1 space, 2dc ch1 2dc ch3 sc in next ch1 space, +ch4, sc in next ch1 space + rep +-+ 8 times, ch3 2 dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space, ch3 sc in next ch1 space, rep +-+ 9 times ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space* ch2 dc in next ch1 space* rep *-* 3 more times. ch4 turn

row 88: dc in first dc, *ch2 dc in next dc* rep *-* one time, ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell, ch3 sc in first ch4 space +ch4 sc in next ch4 space+ rep +-+ to last ch4 space ch3, 2dc ch1 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space ch3 +-+ to last ch4 space, ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell rep *-* 3 times dc in last dc ch4 turn

row 89: dc in second dc ch2 dc in next dc ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first ch4 space *ch4 sc in next ch4 space* rep *-* to last ch4 space, ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell, ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell, ch3 sc in first ch4 space *-* to last ch4 space, ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space +ch2 dc in next dc+ +-+ to last dc ch4 turn

row 90: dc in second dc ch2 dc in next dc ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first *ch4 space ch4 sc in next ch4 space* rep *-* to last ch4 space ch3, 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch1, 2dc ch1 2dc in ch2 space of Vshell ch1, 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first ch4 space *-* to last ch4 space ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch2 dc in next dc ch2 dc in last dc. ch5 turn

row 91: dc in second dc ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first ch4 space *ch4 sc in next ch4 space* rep *-* to last ch4 space 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch1, 7dc in next ch1 space of Vshell ch1 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first ch4 space *-* to last ch4 space ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch2 dc in next dc ch2 dc in last dc ch5 turn

row 92: dc in second dc ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first ch4 space *ch4 sc in next ch4 space* rep *-* to last ch4 space ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch1 2dc in each of next 3 dc, dc in next dc, 2dc in each of next 3 dc, ch1 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first ch4 space *-* to last ch4 space ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch2 dc in dc ch2 dc in 3rd ch from turning ch. ch5 turn

row 93: dc in second dc ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first ch4 space *ch4 sc in next ch4 space* rep *-* to last ch4 space ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch2 sc in first dc +ch3 skip next dc sc in next dc+ rep +-+ 5 more times ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first ch4 space rep *-* to last ch4 space ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch2 dc in next dc ch2 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. ch5 turn

row 94: dc in second dc ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first ch4 space *ch4 sc in next ch4 space * rep *-* to last ch4 space ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch2 sc in first ch3 space +ch3 sc in next ch3 space+ rep +-+ to last ch3 space ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch 3 sc in first ch4 space rep *-* to last ch4 space ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch2 dc in next dc ch2 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. ch5 turn

row 95: dc in second dc ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first ch4 space ch4 sc in next ch4 space ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch2 sc in first ch3 space *ch3 sc in next ch3 space8 rep *-* 3 times ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in first ch4 space ch4 sc in next ch4 space 2dc ch1 2dc n ch1 space of Vshell ch2 dc in next dc ch2 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. ch5

row 96: dc in second dc ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in ch4 space ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch2 sc in first ch3 space *ch3 sc in next ch3 space* rep *-* 2 times ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch3 sc in ch4 space ch3 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch2 dc in next dc ch2 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. ch5 turn

row 97: dc in second dc ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell, ch1 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell ch2 sc in first ch3 space *ch3 sc in next ch3 space* rep *-* 1 time ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell, ch1 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell ch2 dc in next dc ch2 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. ch5 turn

row 98: dc in second dc ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell, 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell ch2 sc in first ch3 space ch3 sc in next ch3 space ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell, 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell ch2 dc in next ch2 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. ch5 turn

row 99: dc in second dc ch2, 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell, ch2 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell, ch2 sc in ch3 space ch2, 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell ch2, 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell, ch2 dc in next dc ch2 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. ch5 turn

row 100: dc in second dc ch2, 2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell, dc ch1 dc in ch2 space, 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell, ch1 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell, ch1 dc ch1 dc in ch2 space, ch1 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell ch2 dc in next ch2 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. ch5 turn

row 101: dc in second dc, ch2 work 2dc ch1 2dc ch1 in center ch1 of each V-shell across, ch2 dc in next ch1 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. ch5 turn

row 102: dc in second dc, ch2 *2dc ch1 2dch in ch1 space of Vshell, ch1* 2dc ch1 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Vshell, rep *-* two times, 2dc ch1 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space, rep *-* one time ch2 dc in next ch2 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. ch5 turn

row 103: dc in second dc, ch2 *2dc ch1 2dc in ch1 space of Vshell, ch1* +2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space of Wshell 2dc ch1 2dc in next ch1 space,+ rep *-* 2 times rep +-+ one time, rep *-* one time ch2 dc in next dc ch2 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. ch5 turn

row 104: repeat row 100

cups: repeat directions for both sides

set-up row: attach yarn (if not attached) and sc in first 20 sts of top of lace, ch1 turn

rows 1-17: sc in each st across, ch1 turn

rows 18: c in each st across and work 18 sc down inner side. ss into lace top ch1 turn

row 19-40 sc in each sc across ch1 turn (every even row, ss into lap before ch1)

fasten off

repeat for other side

finishing:

attach yarn at mid-back anywhere. work sc evenly all alone outer edge of bottom/body at start of cups ch50 sc in second ch from hook and each ch back continue working sc up side of cup at top point ch50 sc in second ch from hook and each ch down work sc evenly down inner side of cup and up next cup to top point ch50 sc in second ch from hook and each down work sc evenly down outter side of cup ch50 sc in second ch from hook and each across, work sc evenly down side of lace and to starting sc. ss in first sc

fasten off. line if needed

enjoy!
if you found any typos/problems please email me at snugs_tracieAThotmailDOTcom so i may be able to help/correct. thanks!

68 comments:

Haakpoes said...

Hi! I love it! You should post this on Craftster, you're very talented.
greetz
haakpoes

(((((HUGS))))) sandi said...

OOH-LA-LA! Sexay! and very, very beautiful! (((((HUGS))))) sandi

AliciaStar said...

Love, love, love!!! I've been wondering forever how I could make one of these.... WOW!!... you nailed it!! and soooooooo many people are going to love you for this!!! THANK YOU!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Yes Tracey! I'm estatic in finding a pattern like this Pineapply Monokini but I'm afraid that I'm using the wrong thread. Can you please advise.

Thanks

Yours Velta

The Closet Yarn Shop said...

the thread i used was a cotton/elastic blend at about a fingering weight. so anyone who needs to substitute has an idea

Lavahlo said...

This is really a great design!
You should really have it tested and then submit this pattern to a magazine, Annie's Attic, or sel on an Etsy shop.
You did great!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE this pattern! Would you ever consider doing it with a smaller yarn? Like, a 3 1/2 hook?

Gorgeous, please keep posting!!

tlkngfethrs1 said...

This is SOOOOO Beautiful!!!
I am going to go find some yarn made for water... and I will let you know how it works out!..
Also may try some of the suede look yarn..
THANKS!!!!!

Glassprisoner said...

{OMG} I`d kill for UR skills!!!
I saw a picture of this monokini on the internet and tried for days to figure out how it was made, but couldn`t, I just don`t have what it takes :D

Would you mind if i`d translated this into finish and post it on my webpage? I`d give all credits to you ofcourse.

Anonymous said...

Could you list what the final measurements are? You look close to my size, but can't be too sure. You could email me if you want. iamnichole@msn.com
Thanks!!! I LOVE YOUR PATTERN! GREAT JOB!!!

Fiona said...

Omg, it's beeeaaaauutttiifullllll! I want to try and make a variation with a skirt so I can wear it as a cover-up .. at which point in your pattern do the panties instructions end and the pineapple instructions begin? I'm confusing myself trying to find them .. haha.

Could you please please email me? fiona_macgillivray@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

this is such a great creation, well done! i was just wondering where abouts on the garment the pattern actually starts? i'm also from australia and we have different size structure to most other nations, so i was wondering whether, its an american type size 6/8 or wat? thanks heaps! please email me at s4117560@student.uq.edu.au

Anonymous said...

i have been looking for a crochet monokini for ages , and now i can make one! problem is i dont know how to crochet. do you have to be very experienced to make this garment? you can email me at sarah-cardamone@hotmail.com
thanksyou for putting this pattern up!

Anonymous said...

OMG!!! I have been looking for a pattern for a swimsuit like those for so long and here it is. It looks awesome. I cannot wait to start it.

Anonymous said...

I love it so much! This is EXACTLY what I was look for. I want to make the bottom boy shorts though. How do you think I go about doing that?

Jennifer Crowe said...

Omg, This is so beautiful!! Maybe if I successfully loose my gut this year I will try this out!!

Thanks for the pattern!

Much love,
JennCrowe

Aileen said...

hi, loved the monokini, I think it's great, but I'd like to know what other material can be used, as yarn/thread is very limited in Puerto Rico (I usually buy Red Heart at Walmart and that's it; bummer isn't it?) or do you know where I could get the one you used online? I'd love to give it a try. As you know, it's summer all year long in Puerto Rico!

Anonymous said...

I've been looking all over for a pattern like this. It's beautiful. But I wanted to ask you for your suggestions on how to use this patter to make a dress. I saw one exactly like this only the bottom was a dress, not a bathing suit. What do you suggest???

Anonymous said...

I Made It!!! http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=6476375&l=4daa878938&id=840285477
So Proud Of Myself!!!

Anonymous said...

my suggestion would be to make a swimmable version with sewn nylon material for the boob and bottom coverings with the lacy bits crocheted :) hubba hubba!

Donna said...

I have started to make this and came across a stumbling block.

I do not understand what you want done between rows 80 and 81...

If anyone made this please elaborate.. thanks

Donna said...

ok, figured out the row previously had a problem with.... this is a beautiful piece but the pattern sucks. I have been crocheting for years and trying to figure out what you mean in your rows is very frustrating. Moving on to another pattern...good luck to anyone making this piece.

Jesse Bear =] said...

Hello, my name is Jessicah and I love your pattern. It's very creative. I've been looking for something like this for weeks!! But I'm having a problem. I cannot for the life of me understand how to do the second part of row 86! You know, the part about the V-stitch. I would love it if you got back to me on how to do this row so I can finish up my swimsuit and show it off! My email address is
supernerd510@gmail.com

Thanks so Much! ,
Jessicah =]]

Sacred Stitch said...

OMG!!!! This is beautiful! I am going to try and make this water-friendly, as I live in FL. Hopefully it will work out, I'll let you know.

Captain Obvious said...

I love this suit but I am having a supper hard time making it. Do u decresse over two rows and then a row of sc..and then increase two rows and sc or am i mistaken...please help.

Adrianna said...

Hi. I really love this pattern, but I am doubting whether or not it will fit me if I make it. My shape is very uncommon. I am very small, but I have hips. I would like to know the size of the monokini, so I know how much I'll have to change the pattern to make it fit me. Also, I'd like to know how people made out with trying to make it water-friendly, seeing as the climate where I live makes beach days rare, I'd prefer to go in the water when I get to go to the beach. Please contact me.

emojko2008 said...

hi I would like to know if u would know how to change the monokini to boy shorts style or low hip style. I like the bathing suit, but I would prefer not the high rise cut bikini instead some hipster style ones maybe..

emojko2008 said...

hi I would like to know if u would know how to change the monokini to boy shorts style or low hip style. I like the bathing suit, but I would prefer not the high rise cut bikini instead some hipster style ones maybe..

emojko2008 said...

hi I would like to know if u would know how to change the monokini to boy shorts style or low hip style. I like the bathing suit, but I would prefer not the high rise cut bikini instead some hipster style ones maybe..

jaxon said...

Hi im relatively new at crochetin an i love your pattern and would love to try it. im very tiny waist 24 and i would like to know how to adjust the bottoms to fit me, im also havin some trouble with continuin pass row*80 with the 70 st. email me
Jaxonshon@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I made this in a royal blue and edged it in white - really fun! I'm now working on a "tankini" version of this.

Loredana said...

This is a lovely pattern. I would love to make it for my daughter

Loredana said...

Oh I love this pattern and would love to make it for my daughter. Thanks

Melissa said...

i love your pattern. am a beginner and i would love to be able to make this. if i had a better understand with your instructions. skaterguiter@hotmail.com thank you

Genie said...

Ive notice a lot of comments say that people had a hard time with your pattern. Have you revised it at all?
Please let me know genie58@gmail.com

Anna said...

Hi!

I really LOVE that monikini but i can't crochet. So i wonder if you crochet for cash ;) ?
Please send me an e-mail : anna@piratepiercing.be

A girl with a smile said...

would this fit a smaller size?

Mz. Hamilton said...

can i use size 1 yarn and a 4 hook?

Anonymous said...

Madamrican@hotmail.com
I LOVE the monokini its an original not to mention sexy & elegant...My only question is how can I adjust for different sizes...I'm a large in swimwear & things that fit most arenormally a bit small for me?!

Anonymous said...

hey this is one gorgeous pattern. i loved it. it's a while i can't wear bikini, after giving birth to my daughter, because of the ugly stomach it left for me. i was looking for a monokini pattern i came across this one. i have a bikini to which i want crochet the pine apple part but i couldn't figure out where that part starts in the pattern. could u please help me? from which line i have to start ?

nick said...

hi i was wondering if anyone has found a way to make this waterproof & also what size is the pattern for? message me

Snugs Montreal said...

this is about a size 6 as it is written, no idea about the waterproofing, sorry

AleighMC said...

so, i think that this is amazing and i wish i had your talent to create something so awesome. i plan on making this for my trip to galveston this august. thank you times infinity. ;D

Anonymous said...

Hello there! I am in the middle of making this but am a bit confused when I get to row 81. Also, I am ridiculously tiny so I wanted to ask if you had any tips for changing the size. Can you please email me?
devin.willow@gmail.com

Thank you!

angelina said...

I am having the same problem, as far as trying to make this piece smaller. i have successfully free-handed my way through a properly fitting bottom that looks just like your original work, but am having much confusion working the actual pineapple work into the bottom! I suppose the pinappleing is too big for my adjusted bottom. I had made the "40 sts" part that I began with the back (butt)portion of the bottom, and the front of the bottom measures 26 sts across. Any suggestions for adjusting the pineapple-work to fit my size 1-3 body? e-mail me, angelinamlee@hotmail.com? And thanks so much for this SUPER RAD DESIGN

Marchknitter said...

This is a beautiful piece of work! Im making one for a friend (and will be aure to credit you). Stunning!

Only complaints: The pattern is a little difficult, and it does not seem to be a size 6...but it's easily adjustable with the right alteration.

Thank you for posting!!!

Julie said...

Hey, you swimsuit is incredible! i just finished mine in black. Got TONS of compliments! It was my first wearable project ever. Before I only knew single and double crochet, but now, thanks to you I can do lace!!!! thank you very much.

Here is the link to the pictures:
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150310351521410&set=a.10150283872941410.375161.773341409&type=1&theater

Joede said...

Sorry to say, I found another pattern written for the same suit and it was easier to read. Great idea, though!

Summerysmile said...

I would like to try this but I am noticing people having trouble with instruction after they get to the 80's-ish rows. I don't want to get that far and realize I can't make it. Has anything changed or has the pattern been tested now? I am an experienced crocheter.

Manifestra said...

Hi, I want to use the center (pineapple portion) of this pattern with a bikini I'm making based off a different pattern, but I'm unsure where it starts. Can anyone point out the row for me? Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Omg I started with this pattern but since row 86 I don't understand a thing ! :S :( Cab somebody explain what I should do on row 86?

sarahzombie said...

Share it?

Anonymous said...

I love this pattern and I agree its a litle difficult after row 86. I will try to see if I can make it through. However did find another pattern that is more user friendly at www.dcrochet.com Hope this helps. Happy crochet to all my F.O.T.H family

Nadzeya said...

Made it!
My version and comments: http://infantilli.blogspot.com/2012/04/pineapple-monokini.html

Unknown said...

I absolutely LOVE this monokini and I want to make one for myself ASAP! :) However, I’m reading comments here and on the blog page and seeing where people are having trouble at certain parts, like the pattern isn’t written clearly? Have you revised the pattern at all to make it easier to understand? I just don’t want my excitement bubble to burst while I’m making it. Thanks!

vicky said...

VERY LOVELY LOVE IT VICKY

Anonymous said...

wonderful. thanks so much for sharing :3

Anonymous said...

"The Pineapple Monokini"

Has row 87 or pattern been revised I too am having trouble! Don't understand Repeats too well!
*-* ? I know* is to repeat

Is there a revised pattern? Hate to leave it unfinished! So Pretty

Anonymous said...

Hi there. I figured this out if u need help

Trish Millender said...

please if you figured it out please e mail me at prensestrish82@gmail.com

Omebra said...

Hi. Im am on row 87 and im was getting lost. i did what it said but now when i get to 88 im lost. how many sts should i have by then? how many V's should I have going around? I am finding it hard to follow once i get to row 87 and 88. please feel free to email me vid102982@yahoo.com or comment to my post here. thanks

Erica K. said...

This is so beautiful!!!! I love your pattern, please check out my blog www.positivelylace.com, i am going to write a blog for this today!!! LOVE IT!!!

Cherelle D said...

Thanks for sharing your pattern for free. This is really amazing.

Tamara Hardman said...

Hello, would love to make this however after reading the pattern I'm a little confused on a few parts of it...anyone that has figured this out could you please send me an email? also I would like to know which yarn is best to use for this so I can go and get some! thanks. sassycraftysisters@gmail.com

Tamara Hardman said...

Hello! Love the look of this however I'm not understanding some of the instructions..is anyone able to explain also what's the best yarn to use so I can run out and get some! thx email me at sassycraftysisters@gmail.com
thanks

Ester Rodriguez said...

I am having a bit of trouble understanding what you mean between row 86 and 87. Please email me at esternrodriguez@gmail.com with some more detailed instructions perhaps. Please and thank you! Everything else was very clear to understand!

Plain Me said...

Ahhh I love it but what is the size of a c hook because the undie part fits a ten year old what did I do wrong? Lol

Sonia D said...

Bellissimo!!!! Brava!!!