Wearable Warmers, 18-Inch Dolls

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Wearable Warmers, 18-Inch Dolls Pattern


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Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit and Purl basics

Pattern Description:

Seven Piece set to keep dolly warm! Patterns include, apple hat, matching scarf and apple purse, fair isle hat, matching scarf, mittens, and leg warmers. All patterns are easy to knit, exclusive from Frugal Knitting Haus! Use worsted weight yarns, knitting needles, US # 6 and 8.


Gauge on # 8 needles and stockinette st. is 5 sts = 1 inch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Fits 18" Dolls, including American Girl Doll


  • Wearable Warmers is a 7 piece set. It includes apple hat and matching scarf, with apple purse. Fair Isle hat, scarf, mittens and leg warmers. These fit 18 inch dolls. For apple set, use about 1 ounce of worsted weight yarn in red color, small amount of green color and small amount of brown for stem.. Knitting needles, US size #6 and #8, plus size G crochet hook. For Fair Isle set, Use worsted weight yarn, about 2 ounces of light blue, small amounts of white, and medium blue. Knitting needles, US sizes #6 and #8. Yarn sewing needle for both sets.

Suggested yarn:

175 yards of Worsted weight


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The Frugal Knitting Haus was founded in July of 1989. It began around the innovative patterns of our founder, designing quick and simple patterns using up leftover scraps of yarn. Since her start, hundreds of knitting patterns have been designed and are available through the eight different books that are published by the Frugal Knitting Haus. The patterns are all different, but the design ...

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