20. Newborn Tartan Jacket & Tam O Shante

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20. Newborn Tartan Jacket & Tam O Shante Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Boys, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

advanced skill level requirement Expert

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, yarn forward, knit 2 stitch together, increase, slip stitches

Pattern Description:

Instructions for a reborn or baby tartan jacket and tam o shanter in dk yarn. When knitted, this set will fit a newborn baby upto 6-8lb or an 18-20 reborn doll. This pattern does require some experience and a lot of patience due to all the different stitch techniques and colour changes within the same row, so its great if you fancy a challenge! You will need 200g double knitting yarn in colour 1, 50g each in colour 2 and 3, 3.25mm needles, 4mm needles, 1 stitch holder, and 16 bobbins to help stop the yarn all getting in a tangle!

This pattern has been designed by myself so it is in UK terminology. It does not follow the usual 'shop bought' format. There are 7 printed pages with clear and easy to follow instructions. All my patterns are tested by independent knitters before they are released, so every effort is made so that they come to you error free.

Although my patterns are strictly protected by copyright, which I ask you to respect, I am more than happy for any items made from my patterns to be sold.


22sts and 28 rows to 10cm square over stocking stitch on 4mm needles

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 6-10lb newborn baby or 18-20" reborn doll

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About Designer

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Hi, my name is Lynne and I am the person behind DollieBabies. I specialise in hand knitted outfits from the smallest prem to 0-3 months. I now have my own range of designer knitting patterns. All my items (unless otherwise stated) are suitable for both real infants and reborn dolls.

I am a single stay at home mum, doing what I love to do; knitting. I have set up a small business selling my ...

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