Going For A Walk for 18'' Dolls

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Going For A Walk for 18'' Dolls Pattern


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Knitting: Going For A Walk for 18'' Dolls
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • very important to do knit and purl stitches , yrn , yfd

Pattern Description:

This pattern is very special to me because I took part in a sewing / knitting competition and was rewarded on Easter Saturday as the winner of a Harmony Club Doll. The pattern includes a hooded jacket with sew on band and buttons and also a jacket with collar and zipper and separate beanie .
You can use any weight 4 to knit the sweater .

Photo illustration for the " special lacy cable " included.

The pants in the pic is my Comfy Pants ( also done in denim stretch ) available in my Etsy and Craftsy Store.

This is a PDF Pattern and NOT a finish product. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.


19 sts on no 4mm ( US 6 )knitting needles over 33 knit rows = 4'''x 4''

11 wpi

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • To fit AG Dolls and other 18'' Dolls with similar measurements


  • D.K /Light Worsted Yarn 100% Acrylic 25 grm x 4 skeins per set.
  • Straight knitting needles no 4mm ( US 6 )
  • Straight knitting needles no 3.75mm ( US 5 )

You Will Also Need:

  • Pin holders or safety pins x 3
  • Row counter
  • open end zipper length about 7''.
  • 4 buttons

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Mirage D.k / Courtelle 100% Acrylic , Simply Soft Solids Brand Caron

About Designer

About Designer

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From nurse I ended up being housewife.All my years I love being creative.Writing short stories,poems etc.My late Mom was a professional knitter so I suppose I ve inherit some of her talents,Thanks to South African schooling those days it were an obligation to learn how to sew and knit at Primary school and early High School years.I made my own doll clothes and even knit my own dolls at 7-8 years ...

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