1:12th scale Childs Striped Jumper pattern

miniature knitting
© F H Powell 2011

Materials required: one pair size 19 (1.00 mm/US size 5/0) knitting needles, 27 yards/25 metres of 1-ply wool in each of three colours (A, B and C), 3 stitch holders.

Note: This slipover can be worked in one colour only by omitting stripe pattern and working in one colour only. In this case 35 yards/32 metres of yarn in one colour would be required

Finished size: approx 1½-inches/4 cm tall by 1-inch/2.5 cm wide at base. Sleeve length approx. 1½-inches/4 cm

Gauge: this is not important as dolls house dolls vary in size


  • This is suitable for either a 1:12th scale girl or boy doll.
  • The collar can be worked as either a crew neck or a polo collar, instructions are given for both. (Polo neck version is shown in photos)
  • This is suitable for a first project in multicolour knitting, as all rows are single colour.
  • It is easier to carry yarns not in use up the sides of the work, rather than cutting colours at the end of each stripe, to avoid bulky seams when sewing in loose ends.
  • Pattern price £1.25 (NOTE: EU VAT or other digital taxes will be added to price where applicable)


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