Snowman - "Many Snowflakes" Knit Doll

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Snowman - "Many Snowflakes" Knit Doll Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should aready know how to knit/purl, increase/decrease, knit in the round using double pointed needles, read and work from a written pattern.
  • YARN: Two 100 gr ball of Lopi or equivalent (white), one 100 gr ball (black). One 50 gr ball sport weight (color of your choice) and a small amount orange fingering yarn.
  • NEEDLES: #10.5 straight and dp (double pointed), #5 straight needles, and #1 dp needles.
  • EYES: Two 15mm black animal eyes & 3 9mm black animal eyes (used as buttons)
  • OTHER: Black Perle Cotton #5, fiberfill, stitch holders, tapestry needle, plastic markers, decorations for hat (optional).

Pattern Description:

My mom's favorite holiday of all was Christmas. I'm not sure if the holiday it's self was her inspiration, or the vision of freshly fallen snow and the laughter of children building a snow man....what ever her inspiration was, Many Snow Flakes was born. He is just so cute, you won't need mittens or gloves to keep your hands warm while making him, and he will be around long after the snow has melted. He's sure to become a family favorite.

Happy Knitting,
Jan

Designed by Mary Martin - The Knitting Needle

Gauge:

None Required

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished Felted Size - Approximatly 15" tall

Suggested yarn:

330 yards of Worsted weight

Colorway:

White & Black

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