Iron Craft ’16 Challenge 17 – Tiny, Knit Retro Swimsuit

For this Iron Craft challenge the Iron Crafters could pick any category from the Minnesota State Fair competition book and make a project that fit it. I picked Lot 739 Doll clothes, set (mounted on cardboard) made by exhibitor, knit or crocheted. Here is my “entry.”
Iron Craft '16 Challenge 17 - Tiny, Knit Retro Swimsuit
It is just about 2.75″ long.
Iron Craft '16 Challenge 17 - Tiny, knit retro swimsuit
I’ve been thinking it might be fun to knit up a garland of knit retro swimsuits as a summer decoration and this was a good chance to give one a go. I’ll sew it together like this to hang.
Iron Craft '16 Challenge 17 - Tiny, Knit Retro Swimsuit
The green and red swimsuit in this picture was my inspiration.
This was a quick, one afternoon knit and a fun challenge to figure out the shaping. I’m looking forward to trying my hand a a few more.

(Yes, I am planning on sharing the pattern for this at some point, but probably as a whole garland project.)

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4 Comments to Iron Craft ’16 Challenge 17 – Tiny, Knit Retro Swimsuit
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    • Oh my! That is so sweet. My mom used to knit us stuff for our barbies but it wasn’t this stylish. My Barbies would be jealous of your barbies. lol

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