Once Upon A Time

from Marinda Creations

Once Upon A Time 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:

  • yarn in front , yarn at the back

Pattern Description:

This is a PDF Pattern designed to fit Mini American Girl Dolls.

The Pattern included 2 variation for dress , a belt and Bonnet . The dress is work from bottom upwards ( all in one ) until arm hole division.

The back of dress is open and you can use sew on snaps or velcro for closure.

I have design the dress using about 12 grm plain 3 Ply Baby / Light Fingering Yarn also using the same pattern and did a 2 tone dress very small amount of contrast yarn needed.

The dress with flowers as decoration I use Baumwolle Mercerized Cotton which really gives it a good to touch outcome.

For all the dresses I used size 3mm ( US 2 - 2.5 ) straight knitting needles.

My gauge is 32sts = 4'

The Bonnet has a short 3" ribbon on each side just long enough to tie a knot or make a bow so if you prefer it longer add 1" to each side.

This is a PDF Pattern and NOT a finish product.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Gauge:

32 sts = 4''

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • To fit Mini AG Dolls 6''

Materials:

  • 3 ply Baby / light fingering Yarn
  • Row counter
  • Mercerized Cotton for Cotton Dress

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Mirage 3ply 100% Acrylic / Any Light fingering Yarn will do.

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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