27. Micro Preemie Doll Dress & Leggings

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27. Micro Preemie Doll Dress & Leggings Pattern


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Knitting: 27. Micro Preemie Doll Dress & Leggings
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, knit 3 stitches together, yarn forward, knit 2 stitches together, slip stitches, pass slipped stitches over

Pattern Description:

Instructions for a reborn's front fastening short dress, bonnet, leggings and shoes in 4ply yarn. When knitted this set will fit a 10 inch reborn doll. You will need 50g main colour 4ply yarn, 20g contrast colour, 3.25mm needles, 3 buttons, ribbon for bonnet and embellishments to complete.

This pattern has been designed by myself so it is in UK terminology. It does not follow the usual 'shop bought' format. There are 5 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.

This outfit has been knitted in James C Brett's supersoft 4ply which knits up slightly bigger than standard tension. If you are using a 4ply yarn with a standard tension, use 3.75mm needles instead of those stated.


26sts and 34 rows to 10cm square over stocking stitch on 3.25mm needles

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 10" Ashton Drake Emmy Doll

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

James C Brett supersoft 4ply

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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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