1:12th scale Leggings and Floral jumper pattern

miniature knitting
© F H Powell 2015

Please note this pattern was originally published in issue 203 of The Dolls House Magazine.

To fit a 5½-inch/14 cm tall dolls house doll.

The floral design is worked from a chart, the instructions are not written out in full for this section.

Materials required:
Size 19 (1.00 mm) knitting needles, plus
Leggings – 55 yards/50 metres 1-ply yarn
Jumper – 55 yards/50 metres 1-ply yarn in main colour, 3 yards/2.5 metres 1-ply yarn in each of four contrast colours, 2 stitch holders.

Approximate finished sizes:
Leggings –
3½-inches/8.75 cm high, 1-inch/2.5 cm wide at waist, ⅜-inch/1 cm wide at hem
Jumper – 1½-inches/4 cm wide, height – 2¼-inches/5.5 cm, sleeve length 1¾-inches/4.5 cm. This is designed to be long and loose fitting.

Ability Level – Experienced. (This is NOT suitable for a first project in miniature knitting.)

Tension (Gauge) –
This is not given, as it is not important to the pattern, dolls house dolls like humans vary in size.

Pattern price £2.75 (NOTE: EU VAT or other digital taxes will be added to price where applicable)


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