Pattern for two knitting bags, with contents, designed to go in a dolls house. The plain knitting bag is suitable for a beginner and the other for slightly more experienced beginner/intermediate knitter.
This pattern comes with a choice of UK or US crochet terms. Ability Level: Experienced Materials required: 0.60 mm crochet hook; 0.75 mm crochet hook; 140 metres (2 x 5g balls) size 80 crochet cotton in white;
The latest issue of Dolls House and Miniature Scene (276 May 2017) is now on sale in the UK, this magazine contains our latest pattern for
Pattern compises: 1:12th scale skating dress, panties, muff and hood To fit a 14 cm/5½-inch tall doll Ability Level – Intermediate NOTE: short rows are worked on the hood, but if you follow the instructions and turn the work when instructed, you will find these are not complicated
To fit a 29-30 cm/11-½ to 12-inch tall doll such as Barbie The jumper will fit a standard, tall or Curvy Barbie with no alteration of pattern required Ability Level: Intermediate
This is designed to go on a wall or door of a dolls house. Choice of UK or US crochet terms. Ability Level: Experienced
Further to customer requests I have done some experiementing with the new Curvy Barbie doll. Unfortunately the arm of the doll is bent, and in this position does not lend itself to easy dressing, especially on tighter fits!
Update Sunday afternoon: This offer has been extended until Monday night due to unforeseen problems experienced on Ravelry this morning. This pattern offer is only valid until Monday and expires at midnight (UK local time) on Monday 13th February 2017, when the price will revert to pre-offer price.
This pattern offer is only valid until Sunday and expires at midnight (UK local time) on Sunday 5th February 2017, when the price will revert to pre-offer price.
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 …