THIS PATTERN is for THE CLOTHING ONLY pattern consists of Coat, tie, top hat and stripped bell bottom pants.
Clockwork Jordan can be made with Lottie doll basic body available for free in my pattern store
Clockwork Jordan Attire
416.0 yards (380.4m) Worst weight acrylic yarn, (or yarn of choice, remember to use needle size the same as you knitted your doll) in Tan (or colour of choice
0.25 skeins = 91.0 yards (83.2m) Worst weight acrylic yarn, (or yarn of choice, remember to use needle size the same as you knitted your doll) in grey (or colour of choice)
364.0 yards (332.8m) Worst weight acrylic yarn, (or yarn of choice, remember to use needle size the same as you knitted your doll) in black (or colour of choice) -3 decorative buttons -5 double pointed US 7-4.5mm knitting needles - This will give you an outfit that will fit a 28-inch doll- if you want smaller doll, use smaller needles but also adjust the type of yarn you will use
Tapestry needle -5 stitch markers,
Stitch holder or waste yarn -Crochet hook similar in size to your needles -Lottie Doll basic pattern found free in my store
K = knit
Ktog= knit two together
P = purl
Ptog = Purl 2 stitches together
st st = stockinette stitch
Kfb= knit into front loop, then knit into back loop- increase of one stitch
C/o=Knit two stitches on the right hand needle- with left needle pull first stitch back and over the second stitch leaving one stitch- repeat till you have one stitch left, pull yarn through and weave in the ends.
Sc- insert hook in the second chain stitch through the center of the V and under the back bump-bring yarn over the hook from back to front, and hook yarn-pull yarn through the chain stitch - You now have two loops on the hook-bring yarn over the hook from back to front, hook it and draw it through both loops on the hook
Backward Loop Cast-on- With working yarn in your left hand, wrap the working yarn over your thumb from front to back, and grasp it with your remaining fingers to tension. Insert the needle under the yarn looped around your thumb, working from bottom to top. Pull up on the needle a little as you slide the yarn off your thumb and onto the needle
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