27 March 2014

Knitting - dressed to impress?

As I mentioned a few weeks ago our village has a festival every 2 years and the theme this year is "Childhood".  I attend a craft group that meets at the Memorial Hall every Monday and we were all given a doll to dress for an exhibition entitled " A Swavesey Childhood" in the local church on the 14-15 June.

So here is my doll. She is 11" tall,  the pattern - Teddy Knitting Yarns booklet 7140 - I had, had to be amended slightly to fit her.

The hat was just a rectangle of garter stitch folded in half and then crocheted along the edge, folded back to make a brim.  I added a couple of flowers just to finish it off.  The little shoes were given to Jessica but were too small so I just crocheted along the top and added a chain bow.  The little buttons were some I got in the charity shop, and the yarn just some double knitting yarn from stash, label long gone


  1. She is just precious! You find the most wonderful buttons at charity shops.

  2. That is so cute. Love the colour obviously, and the finishing touches of the motif and the buttons are perfect!


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