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Lady Augusta Hooded Cloak for 18" Dolls


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Every young lady of fashion needs a cloak to keep her warm whilst she is out riding or visiting friends. This cloak is knit from the top down in one piece, beginning at the center front of the hood and increasing down to the hem. An I-cord drawstring is threaded through a row of eyelets to form the hood and tie. This pattern includes instructions for two variations. View A features a fingertip-length cloak with contrasting garter stitch edge trim. View B features an ankle-length cloak with ruffled trim, a moss stitch hem, and a smocked stitch panel at center back. A photo tutorial demonstrating the smocked stitch is included. This pattern has been tech edited and tested. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit, Purl, Increasing (M1L, M1R, yo, k1f&b, p1f&b), Decreasing (k2tog), I-cord, Pick up and knit stitches along an edge GAUGE 25 st/37 rows = 4 inches [10 cm] in St st after blocking SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS To fit 18-inch doll PREFERRED BRAND/YARN View A: Knit Picks Palette and Knit Picks Aloft; View B: Knit PIcks Chroma Fingering COLORWAY View A: Jay and White; View B: U-Pick

Supplies Needed

  • View A: [MC] 210 yd [192 m] of Fingering/4 ply/Super Fine yarn and [CC] 100 yd [92 m] of fluffy Lace/2 ply yarn (to be held double).
  • View B: 525 yd [480 m] of Fingering/4 ply/Super Fine yarn Delete
  • US 4 [3.5 mm]: 24-inch [60 cm] circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge

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Carla Pera Designs
Carla Pera Designs
My mom taught me how to knit, sew and crochet when I was a girl. It's all part of who I am. I like to design things that are elegantly simple, not too difficult, but also might teach you something new. Clicking on the www box below will take you to my knitting blog where I always have something to say.