Pattern for 1:12th scale cricket sweaters

miniature knitting
© F H Powell 2016

This pattern is designed to fit a 15 cm/6-inch tall doll. Pattern includesboth sleeveless and sleeved versions.

Ability Level: EXPERIENCED
This is NOT suitable for a first project in miniature knitting.

Materials required: one pair UK size 21 (0.80 mm) knitting needles; cable needle; 2 stitch holders or safety pins; plus for sweater with sleeves 45 metres Ecru 1-ply yarn; 10 metres Dark green 1-ply yarn; 5 metres bright yellow 1-ply yarn or for sleeveless sweater 30 metres Ecru 1-ply yarn; 8 metres Dark green 1-ply yarn; 5 metres bright yellow 1-ply yarn.

Approximate finished sizes
Sweater with sleeves –
4 cm/1½-inches across chest, 7 cm/2¾-inches neck to hem, sleeve length 5 cm/2-inches
Sleeveless sweater – 4 cm/1½-inches across chest, 7 cm/2¾-inches neck to hem

This is not important, as dolls house dolls, like humans come in all shapes and sizes. Refer to finished sizes above to give a guide.

PLease note: this pattern first appeared in issue 267 of Dolls House and Miniature Scene.

miniature doll
© F H Powell 2016

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


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