Veronica and Hannah Pattern


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Knitting: Veronica and Hannah
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Veronica and Hannah Pattern

Pattern Details






Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Cast on and Cast off
  • knit and Purl
  • Increase and Decrease
  • Use a crochet hook, this is for adding the hair, instructions with lots of photos are included in the pattern

Pattern Description:

This knitted doll has very long hair, and lots of it! A hairstyle for every day of the week, from plaits, bunches, or a ponytail, with added bobbles, bands or ribbons. The hair could also be cut or layered, and then taken away and added again, using any coloured yarn, long or short. The possibilities are endless. The photos of the dolls are from the same pattern, different coloured yarn is used (both coloured yarns are given in the pattern). Veronica is the Black haired doll and Hannah is the Yellow haired doll. Have fun!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Height of doll approx 45 cms (18 inches) sitting position approx 22 cms (9 inches)


  • 3.50mm (USA E/4) crochet hook for the hair
  • Tapestry needle
  • Double Knitting Yarn (also known as Light Worsted and 8ply)
  • Black aprrox 125grams
  • Purple approx 10 grams
  • Skin coloured approx 20 grams
  • Small amount of Blue and Pink
  • Toy Stuffing approx 40grams
  • 3mm knitting needles (US 2/3)

You Will Also Need:

  • Jumbo straw - for support of the head and body, this is added in with the toy stuffing. As a precaution it is probably best to omitt the straw if this doll is being knittted for a small chilld.

About Designer

About Designer

linda1686676 on

My earliest memory of making dolls is with my mums clothes pegs,. I had bobbins of different coloured cotton for the hair, odds and ends of material for the clothes and glue (made from flour and water)! I spent many a happy hour making my peg dolls, patiently gluing on each strand of cotton. Over the years I have made dolls from salt dough, pottery, sewing and knitting. My favourite, by far, is ...

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