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Scooter Sweater and Hat for Slim Dolls


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  • Intarsia|Short Rows

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The Scooter Sweater is knit seamlessly, from the top down, in sport weight yarn. Instructions for 2 different stripe patterns are included. The sweater closes with buttons at the back for easy dressing. The Scooter Hat is almost seamless - there is a small seam at the back of the garter stitch band. The ear flaps are created with short rows. Row by row instructions (including stitch counts) for the short rows are included. Instructions for wrapping stitches in garter stitch is included. No picking up wraps required! "Scooter" is perfect for spring and fall, when you want to play outside but it is a bit too chilly for just a t-shirt! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY increase decrease knit in the round (sleeves and hat) kitchener stitch (hat) short rows (hat only) intarsia (for stripes) GAUGE 26 Stitches / 10cm (4") in stocking stitch. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The Scooter Sweater and Hat are designed to fit SLIM all-vinyl 46cm (18") play dolls like Kidz 'n Cats. The outfits pictured are modelled by Kiki, a Kidz 'n Cats doll. She has a chest circumference of 23cm (9") and a head circumference of 26cm (101/4"). The Scooter Sweater and Hat will NOT fit American Girl Dolls. SUGGESTED YARN 175 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino COLORWAY 1 Ball of each of 2 colours of Baby Cashmerino is sufficient to knit a sweater and a hat. A small amount of a third colour is required for the 3 colour outfit pictured.

Recommended with this pattern

  • removable stitch markers
  • darning needle
  • 3.0mm needles

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Jay Bird Finnigan
Jay Bird Finnigan
I have been making things my whole life. My grandmothers both sewed and knit, and one made beautiful quilts as well (an endeavour that I'm not sure I have the patience for but would love to try). I don't really remember them actually teaching me to sew or knit. I think I just learned by watching. My Mom always kept a big bag of scrap fabric and she let me loose on the sewing machine at a very young age. I owe a lot to these three women for their patience and inspiration!