Designa Frien PATTERN #10LC

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Designa Frien PATTERN #10LC Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic pattern following

Pattern Description:

PDF Pattern for
3 x cute little Dresses with Bow Hairband

to fit a 13 or 14inch doll such as

Argos Designa Friend Little Sister Doll or

Les Cheries Doll or Heart for Heart Doll.

Comprising of

3 different top down knit dresses, the tops are the same with different bottoms

1 x lilac diagonal

1 x lemon faux cable

1 x pink lacy

Each has a matching Headband with a matching knitted Bow, just like all the kids are wearing today. They each button a good way at the back making for easy dressing by tiny fingers

Knitted doll clothes are more forgiving and therefore much easier for children dressing their dolls than sewn clothes are.They are all knitted in 4 PLY Knit Yarn,the Pink is Sirdar Snuggly and lemon and lilac in Womens Institute Soft and Silky from Hobbycraft using size 3.00mm & 3.25mm needles.

These are clear, concise instructions which are tried and tested.
ALSO TO HELP YOU I INCLUDE A UK TO EUROPE ,USA AND CANADA YARN CONVERSION CHART WITH EACH ORDER
This pattern is my own creation and fully protected by copyright.
HOWEVER I AM HAPPY FOR THE COMPLETED KNITTED ITEMS
TO BE SOLD

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 13 and 14 inch doll

Materials:

  • 4ply jyarn

You Will Also Need:

  • 3mm amd 3 25mm needles

Suggested yarn:

140 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Jarol Heritage or Stylecraft Special 4ply

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About Designer

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Jacknitss
by Jacknitss
Stevenage Hertfordshire UK
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Born in Edinburgh but living in Stevenage for 50 years now.I am a retired Bank worker of 37years. I took up the needles again after a long break and I wonder now why I ever stopped knitting.Yarn,yarn,yarn, any kind. Give me a ball and I'll give you a project.Now there is so much yarn and so little time.I decided to put my rough notes to proper paper so that everyone has the chance to share in my ...

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