Santa's Laundry Line

Santa's Laundry Line

"**Yardage:** Scarf (0.25 oz/7g; 9.33 yds/11.77 m), Long Johns (0.32 oz/9 g; 12 yds/15.14 m), Hat (0.14 oz/4 g; 5.33 yds/6.73 m), Coat (0.46 oz/13 g; 17.33 oz /21.86 m), Socks (0.04 oz/1 g; 1.33 yds/1.68 m); Pants (0.21 oz/6 g; 8 yds/10.09 m) and Mittens (0.07 oz/2 g; 2.67 yds/3.36 m) I totally forgot to share this pattern with you! Last winter I designed Santa's Laundry Line and filmed a video tutorial to help you make it too! But it was so late in the season I decided to hold off sharing the pattern. I hope you enjoy this whimsical little Christmas Pattern to make your own Santa's Laundry Line. These are small finished pieces and are fun to hang around the house or on the tree. My children think they are pretty cute – although they are somewhat disappointed that these ‘dress-up clothes’ are not large enough to fit on our Elf on the Shelf, Fred. I see a future request from them coming for Elf Clothing… Watch the YouTube Video too if you have time, or if you get stuck. All the best, Rhondda xo"

NotesFull YouTube Video for this project.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge3 stitches and 3.5 rows = 1 inch
in sc with 5 mm hook

Finished SizeScarf: 9 inches long X 2 inches wide (not including fringe), Long Johns: 4 inches tall X 4.5 inches wide (arm span), Hat: 2.5 inches tall X 1.75 inches wide (not including pom pom), Coat; 4.5 inches tall X 6 inches wide (arm span), Socks: 2 inches tall X

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