Shaw

Using larger needles cast on 139(169-193) sts and work 50(60-70) cms 20(24-28) ins in pattern as given for Back and Front of Dress ending with a right side row. Cast off purlwlse. Using larger needles and with right side facing pick up and k139(169-193) sts evenly along one edge of Shawl. 1st row Knit. 2nd row K1, M1, knit to last st, M1,k1. 141(171- 4th row (eyelets) Kl, M1, k2tog, yf, k3, *yf, si 1, k2tog, psso, yf, k3 rep from * to last 3 sts, yf, si 1, k1, psso, M1,k1. 143(173-197) sts. 5th...

Traditional Look

Double Knitting. 70(100-140)g Main colour (M), 30(40-50)g Contrast colour (C). Oddment in Yellow. Pair needles each size 4mm (No 8) and 3Wnm (No 10). 5 buttons for Dress and Purse. 1 gold button for Tie 3 press fasteners. Small buckle. Narrow elastic. Oddments of felt and yarn for embroidery. 22 sts and 30 rows 10 cms 4 ins square measured over st st using larger needles. Using smaller needles and M cast on 49(57-67) sts and work 3 rows in garter st (every row knit). Change to larger needles...

Dress

Using smaller needles and M cast on 49(57-67) sts and work 3 rows in garter st (every row knit). Change to larger needles and work 6 rows in stst, starting knit (right side). Dec 1 st at each end of next and every following 5th(6th-8th) row until 35(41-49) sts remain. Work 7(7-5) rows Straight, thus ending with a purl row. Shape Armholes and Divide for Front 1st row Cast off 3(4-5) sts, knit until there are 13(14-17) sts on right-hand needle, turn and cast on 3(5-5) sts. Continue on these...

Mitts

Using smallest needles cast on 21(25-29) sts and work 4(4-6) rows in kl, p1 rib as given for Sleeves of Jacket, Change to largest needles and work 14(16-20) rows in st st, starling knit Nexl row (decrease) K1, *k2tog, k2 rep from * to end. 16(19-22) sts remain. Next row Purl. Next row (decrease) K1, *k2tog, k1 rep from * to end. 11(13-15) sts remain. Next row Purl. Next row (decrease) K1, *k2tog rep from * to end. Break yarn, thread through remaining sts, draw up firmly and fasten off. Fold...

DK Dresses

Double Knitting Short Dress 20g, Long Dress 25g. Pair needles each size 3a mm (No 9) and 3mm (No 11), 24 sts and 32 rows 10 cms 4 ins square measured over st st using larger needles. Back and Front (Worked in one piece) Using smaller needles and Main colour cast on 29 sts and knit 1 row (wrong side). Change to larger needles and work in stst, starting knit, until piece measures 10 cms 4 ins for Short Dress or 18 cms 7 ins for Long Dress ending with a purl row. * Next row K1, *yf. k1 rep from *...

Ply Trousers Shorts and Skirt

Cullottes 10g Below-knee Trousers 10g Bermuda Shorts 10g. Shorts 5g Straight Skirt 5g. Pair needles each size 3mm (No 11) and 23 4mm (No 12). 30 sts and 38 rows 10 cms 4 ins square measured over st st using larger needles Using smaller needles and Black cast on 27(33-41) sts. 1st row (right side) K1, *p1, k1 rep from * to end. 2nd row PI, *k1, p1 rep from * to end. 3rd row As 1st row Change to larger needles and work in st st, starting purl, until boot measures 5(6-7) cms...

Bride

Using smaller needles and M cast on 39(105-121) sts and work 3 rows in garter st (every row knit -first row Is wrong side). Change to larger needles. Shape Back 1st row Knit to last 36(44-52) sts, turn, 2nd row S11, purl to last 36(44-52) sts, turn 3rd row S11, knit to last 32(40-48) sts, turn. 4th row S11, purl to last 32(40-48) sts, turn. 5th row S11, knit to last 28(36-44) sts, turn. 6th row S11. purl to last 28(36-44) sts, turn. Continue to work 4 more sts in this way on every row until the...

Dresses

Using smaller needles cast on 163 187-211 sts and work 5 rows in garter st every row knit - first row is wrong side . Change to larger needles and work 2 rows in st st, starting knit. 3rd row eyelets K2, yf, si 1, k2tog, psso, yf, k3, yf, si 1, k2tog, psso, yf rep from to last 2 sts, k2. Work 2 rows in st st, starting purl. 6th row Knit. These 6 rows form the eyelet band. Commence Pattern 1st row K1, k2tog, yfm, p1 rep from to last 3 sts, k2tog, yf, kl. 2nd row P3, k1, p2, k1 rep from to last 3...

Sirdar

We hope you enjoy knitting our latest selection of dolls' outfits. We have tried to include something for everyone - your favourite outfits for 'dressing up' your doll, an easy-to-knit wardrobe for the Fashion-type doll and finally a complete layette for your Baby doll. The larger sizes of these Baby doll patterns will also fit premature babies. Some of the patterns only take a small amount of yarn so this is an ideal opportunity to use up your oddments. For best result check your tension...