1:12th scale Mans knitted slipover pattern

miniature knitting
© F H Powell 2015

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

To fit a 5½ to 6-inch/14-15 cm tall dolls house doll

Materials required: size 19 (1.00 mm/US size 5/0) knitting needles, 25 metres 1-ply yarn in main colour, 13 metres each of two contrasting colours, stitch holders.

Approximate finished size: 6 cm/2½-inches high, 4 cm/1½-inches across chest

Gauge – Gauge is not important as dolls house dolls vary greatly in size.

NOTE: This slipover may be worked in TWO colours only. Be aware that you may require slightly more than 25 metres of Main colour, but this can be worked with 25 metres of yarn if you are careful and do not cut and join in yarn any more than necessary.

The pattern has BOTH charts and full written instructions. Charts are printed on separate sheets to written pattern so you can print out whichever you prefer.

NOTE: This pattern will NOT be available to buy as a ready printed version on our web shop

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


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