Small Doll Sweater

This Sweater was designed to fit our 12 inch Waldorf style dolls.

Size 6 Needles
1 Skein DK Weight Yarn
Gauge 7 stitches per inch
3 – ¾” buttons

CO – Cast On
SSK – Slip two stitches as if to knit, return to left needle, knit them both together (1 st decrease).
K2T – Knit two together (1 st decrease).
P2T – Pearl two together (1 st decrease).

Third Times the Charm

I am currently working on my third doll sweater. These are so much fun to make. Such a fast project! Love that immediate gratification. Anyway, I have made some minor adjustments each time. I still have just a little bit more tweaking to do to feel like I have finished the pattern but it will be ready soon. Look for it early next week.Read more

Dolly Sweater

Just another teaser...

Over break I have been working on some new projects too. The first one I am sharing is this cute sweater I came up with for our 12" homemade dolls. Fairy had found a sweater on a stuffed bear and switched it to her doll (although it was a bit big) and of course Pixie wanted one too. Using the bear sweater as a reference point I designed this cardigan pattern (the one pictured still needs buttons) which fits much better than the borrowed bear sweater.

I am working on getting the pattern written up in a way which might actually allow someone else a chance of following it. I should have it ready in the next week or two. I am also working on a pattern for doll leggings. Stay tuned.Read more

Knit Basket Weave Dishcloth

In another couple of weeks Michelle and I are starting a knitting group. To begin with, we'll be meeting once a month for a little knitting, a little chatting and a little wine. What could be lovelier, right? Most of the women are new to knitting. A couple know the basics but have never completed the first ubiquitous scarf that all first time knitters think they should make. First off, a scarf? Really! Unless it is one of the one skein wonders, it can take a new knitter the better part of a year to complete an arduous scarf. Definitely NOT what a first time knitter needs to tackle! And second, there is a great deal of repetition and little skill development. So, we've come up with a couple quick projects to help teach the basics and give some needed quick gratification!

We are introducing the beginners to a one skein cotton dishcloth. We will have the absolute novices do a garter stitch square, but for those that have a basic knowledge, we'll have them start on this simple basket weave design. We are also thinking of headbands and coffee cup cozies. If anyone out there has...Read more

Knit Basket Weave Dishcloth Directions

Easy to make, a dream to use, and wonderly quick to give as gifts.

1 skein Lily “Sugar ‘n Cream" 100% cotton yarn (4 ply – 2 oz.)
Knitting needles US 7 (4.50 mm)
Yarn needle


Cast on 44 stitches.

Bottom border:
Rows 1 – 6: k row.

Ding! Ding! One More Off My List


Anyone else feel like it is now a race to the finish line for Christmas gifts? This is the Airy Fairy from Knitted Toys: 25 Fresh and Fabulous Designs. Isn't she adorable? She is for my Fairy Girl... a specific request on her part. Now to finish up the Robot that Bug requested. I think these are going to be a sweet Christmas Eve gift... just before we go to church.

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