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American Girl sweater hat mittens scarf


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I am working on Sweater-of-the-Month designs for the American Girl, and this was the first pattern I finished: November. It includes instructions for making a cardigan sweater, a beanie hat, a ripple scarf, and sweet little mittens. Such fun! Note: The sweater actually closes with snaps; the buttons are decorative only. Feel free to sell any items you make from my patterns (but do not mass produce). Please do not resell the patterns themselves or make them available online. They are copyrighted. Contact me if you have any questions or feedback! :) I also sell on Etsy: My patterns are available there, as well as some of my finished items. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY ch, sl st, sc, dc GAUGE 6 sc = 1 inch; 8 sc rows or rnds = 1 inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS fits 18-inch doll, such as American Girl, Bernat, and Tolly Tot

Recommended with this pattern

  • Herrschners 2-ply Afghan yarn (2 oz/220 yds/56g per skein): 1 skein #0044 Dark Grey (or other sport weight or baby yarn)
  • Deborah Norville Serenity Sock Weight yarn (1.75 oz/230 yds/50g per skein): 1 skein Indigo
  • Size E/4/3.5mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge

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