Girls DK A5 Pattern in 3 sizes - NIKKI

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Girls DK A5 Pattern in 3 sizes - NIKKI Pattern


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Knitting: Girls DK A5 Pattern in 3 sizes - NIKKI
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details









Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • follow a simple 4 row pattern
  • knit in lace (instructions are given in the pattern)
  • work with a yoke

Pattern Description:

If you read my Bio page you will see why all my patterns have been inspired and why I am so proud of them.

All my patterns print out on A5 paper with photos on front and back pages and they are all copyright protected.

Of course, you are welcome to sell any items you make from my patterns, but please do not replicate the pattern to sell in any format.

Nikki is a 4 piece outfit in DK comprising of a swing jacket with yoke and lace, leggings with lace edging, hat with lace trim and booties.

Trimmed with lace throughout, pretty bows and masses of sequins. A 4 row simple pattern but takes a long time to sew on all the sequins!

This was the first design I completed after I started designing again and is named after my daughter, so still one of my favourites!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Size 1 fits Premature Baby or 16/18" Reborn Doll
  • Size 2 fits Newborn Baby or 18/20" Reborn doll
  • Size 3 fits 0-3 Months Baby or 20/22" Reborn doll
  • All 3 sizes are in each pattern with quantities for each size listed


  • DK 250gm/275gm/300gm
  • Needles: 3.25mm & 3.5mm/3.5mm & 3.75mm/3.75mm & 4mm
  • Lace: 6mt/6.5mt/7mt
  • Narrow ribbon: 1.5mt
  • Bows: 32
  • Buttons: 5
  • Sequins:1 pot (optional)

You Will Also Need:

  • circular needle for yoke

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Any good quality washable yarn


White with Pink Lace

About Designer

About Designer

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Being involved with crafts for more than 50 years, over 35 of those as a professional designer and knitter of ‘one off' items from baby shoes to a wedding dress, having to depend on somebody else was very difficult.

In 2001 when illness struck, and eventually resulted in relying on a wheelchair, it was hard not to just give up. But starting to use the computer again helped ...

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