1:12th scale knitting pattern for jumper with dog

Pattern for a dolls jumper
© F H Powell 2011

We have a new 1:12th scale knitting pattern available for a Man’s Sweater with a Border Collie motif.

For intermediate knitters. You must be able to read a chart for colourwork.
Front of sweater is charted, all other instructions are written.

The motif is only worked on the front of this sweater, the back is designed to be plain. Should you wish to work a motif on the back as well, then please allow extra coloured yarns for the design.

To fit a 5½ to 6-inch/14-15 cm tall male dolls house doll

Materials required: Size 19 (1 mm/US size 00000) knitting needles, 40 metres/44 yards main colour 1-ply yarn, 15 metres/16½ yards each black and white 1-ply yarns; 1 metre/1 yard each red and pink 1-ply yarns; ¼ metre/9-inches brown 1-ply yarn, 3 stitch holders or safety pins.

Finished size: 1½-inches/4 cm across chest by 2½-inches/6 cm tall

Gauge – Gauge is not important as dolls house dolls vary greatly in size.

Pattern price £2.25 (NOTE: EU VAT or other digital taxes will be added to price where applicable)


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