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This is a PDF Pattern to make a quick and very easy short sleeves sweater . It is design to fit American Girl Doll and other 18'' Doll with similar measurements. The sweater is knit in a very simple Sea foam stitch using D.K ( Worsted Weight ) 25 grm yarn x1 or 3 ply Baby Weight 25grm x 1 Other supplies needed : Straight knitting needles no 4 mm ( US 6 ) if you using D.K ( Worsted Weight ) Straight knitting needles no 3.75mm ( US 5 ) if you using 3ply Baby Weight -4 medium size buttons. The doll pictured is a Harmony Club Doll and Madame Alexander . They are soft body 18" dolls with the same measurements as American Girl This is for a PDF Pattern and NOT a finished product. Please contact me if you have any questions . Thanks for looking. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY yrn , yfd GAUGE With D.k ( Worsted Weight ) and no 4 mm ( US 6 ) knitting needles C/O 10 sts and knit 11 rows Length = 1.5'' Width = 2'' SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Orange Sweater knit in D.K Yarn Front view length; Shoulder to bottom : 14 cm ( 5.5'') Width taken at hem ( bottom edge ) 17 cm ( 6.75) Pink sweater knit in 3Ply Baby ( Fingering) Shoulder to bottom : 14.5 cm ( 5.75'' ) Width taken at bottom edge : 16.5 cm ( 6.75'') Can repeat pattern rows once for a longer sweater.

Recommended with this pattern

  • D.K (Worsted Weight ) with no 4mm ( US 6 ) straight knitting needles
  • OR
  • 3 Ply Baby Weight 25 grm x1 with no 3.75mm ( US 5 ) knitting needles

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Marinda Creations
Marinda Creations
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 with help of Mom of course..Being at home now I have all the time to develop my talent.I started by sewing my own clothes then my teenage daughter came up with such complicated designs.She actually pushed me to create and sew dresses for her that I thought I will never be able to do.My kids has then encourage me to open my own Online Shop which I’m doing now with the help of a special friend , Liese and her sister who gave me so much support . Without their help my dreams would have never become true to have my own online shop. .Hoping that I will bring 100% satisfaction to my clients.I Love Feedback .Thanks for Reading.