Girl CLothes For Little Animals

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Girl CLothes For Little Animals Pattern


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Knitting: Girl CLothes For Little Animals
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knitting in the round

Pattern Description:

Make an entire wardrobe for all your Little Animals! All pieces in this pattern are designed to fit any Little Animal also designed by This Cosy Life. Those patterns can be found here;

***** Included in this 11 page pattern are instructions for;
2 dress styles
Ballet outfit including leotard (which can also be made as a swimsuit) and tutu
2 shoe styles
2 head bands




  • Sport weight yarns in various colors. Each piece of clothing takes a very small amount of yarn, so it's a great way to use up scrap yarns. For the pieces I've photographed here I used Wool of the Andes Sport Yarn from Knit Picks
  • Set of 4 US size 3 (3.25mm) double pointed needles
  • Set of US size 3 (3.25mm) straight needles
  • Crochet Hook size E/4 (3.50 mm)

You Will Also Need:

  • Yarn needle
  • 4.5" x 3" piece of fabric for dress skirt
  • Sewing machine or hand sewing needle
  • 1/8" elastic
  • 30" of 3" wide tulle
  • 1//4" buttons (You will need 1 button for the cardigan and 1 for the Garter Dress)
  • Small safety pin
  • Thread to match chosen fabrics including tulle

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Wool of the Andes Sport from Knit Picks

About Designer

About Designer

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I am so glad you found my cosy little place. My name is Julie, I am 33 years old and single mama to three spirited little girls. I love to create just about anything, but my passions are knitting and Waldorf doll making. Check out my Etsy shop to see my dolls!
I am happily building a cosy life with my little family in the foothills of North Carolina, one stitch ...

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