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Jane - Cabled Sweater Dress - 18" Dolls


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  • Cables

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Jane is a classic wool sweater dress with girlish charm, designed to fit 18" dolls with an 11" chest circumference, such as American Girl. It has an allover, wide rib pattern with a dramatic cable down the front. The main part of the bodice is worked in one piece from the top-down, the skirt in one piece from the bottom-up, then the two are joined at the waist while stitches are still live. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knitting in the round on double pointed needles Cables Increasing Decreasing Picking up stitches Three-needle bind off GAUGE 9 1/2 sts & 12 rows/rounds = 1" in k5, p1 rib, un-stretched, on US 1 needles (or size required to get gauge). SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS One Size - To fit 18" dolls with an 11" chest circumference

Supplies Needed

  • Cherry Tree Hill Supersock Solids ~ 100% Merino wool; Fingering weight; 1 skein in the Blossom colorway; There are 420 yards per skein, but only approx. 225 yards are needed.
  • Set of size US 1 (2.50mm) double pointed needles (DPNs)
  • A size US 1 (2.50 mm) circular needle in 24" length

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