1:6th scale petticoat and vest pattern

pattern for dolls clothes
© F H Powell 2017

To fit a 29 cm/11-½ inch tall doll such as Barbie.
NOTE: The vest would not fit my Curvy Barbie, as it was not wide enough to pull over her hips and get her arms in, and with a bent arm it was impossible to get the vest over her head, but the petticoat did fit.


Ability Level:
Intermediate

Materials required: one pair 1.50mm knitting needles; No 12 crochet cotton or No 10 crochet cotton: Vest – 40 metres; Petticoat – 50 metres; Skirt – 60 metres; 50 cm x 2 mm silk ribbon (optional).

Finished sizes:
Vest –
side seam 5 cm/2-inches; chest 5 cm/2-¼-inches.
Petticoat/skirt – 9.5 cm/3¾-inches long; 5 cm/2-inches at waist

Gauge – worked over stocking stitch: 8 rows = 1 cm and 5 stitches = 1 cm

Pattern price £1.75 (NOTE: EU VAT will be added to price where applicable)


NOTE: This matches 1:6th scale bra and panties pattern and 1:6th scale camisole and knickers pattern and may be bought as an eBook containing all three patterns:

Pattern price £4.50 (NOTE: EU VAT will be added to price where applicable)


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