Eyelet Cable Bundle Cardigan and Hat to fit 13 inch Dolls PDF Knitting Pattern

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$7.99

Designed to fit Diana Effner Little Darling and other 13″ dolls, this versatile PDF knitting pattern comes with three sleeve variations. It is knit all in one piece, from the top down. There are NO side seams; in fact, the only seams needed are on the underarm of the raglan sleeves. It has a special “fast and easy” eyelet cable that does NOT require a cable needle. The sweater closes in front with buttons and has a Garter Stitch or Ribbing band at the hem. The collar is worked in a seed stitch. The cable makes a wonderful detail all on it’s own or you can embellish it with embroidery & bead-work for a three dimensional effect.
Also included is the knit hat. It features a rolled brim and is embellished with the eyelet cable.

Description

Hat and cardigan patterns bundled together for one low price.
Designed to fit Diana Effner Little Darling and other 13″ dolls, this versatile PDF knitting pattern comes with three sleeve variations. It is knit all in one piece, from the top down. There are NO side seams; in fact, the only seams needed are on the underarm of the raglan sleeves. It has a special “fast and easy” eyelet cable that does NOT require a cable needle. The sweater closes in front with buttons and has a Garter Stitch or Ribbing band at the hem. The collar is worked in a seed stitch. The cable makes a wonderful detail all on it’s own or you can embellish it with embroidery & bead-work for a three dimensional effect.
Also included is the knit hat. It features a rolled brim and is embellished with the eyelet cable.

Materials and Supplies:
The cardigan and hat are knitted with fingering weight yarn. (Approximately 100 yards)
Size #1 US circular knitting needles or size to give a gauge of 8 stitches=1”
Large tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Embroidery floss, seed beads (optional)
Four 3/8” buttons
4 Stitch holders
6 Stitch markers
1 Row counter
GAUGE: 8 stitches=1”

Skill Level: Easy Intermediate

This PDF knit pattern is designed to fit 13” Dolls such as Little Darling®. It is also available for 18″ dolls such as American Girl® as well as 14.5” Dolls such as WellieWishers™ and A Girl for All Time®.

What You Will Receive: One 24 page knitting pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF knitting pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete.

I am not affiliated with Diana Effner or Little Darling.

Complete your ensemble with the School Girl dress designed especially for Little Darling.

 

Additional information

Doll Type

Little Darling™

Format

Digital (Download)

Skill Level

Intermediate

Theme

Everyday

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  1. Gloria Chace

    Gloria Chace (verified owner)

    I have not begun this project yet because I am unable to get a response from Crabapple on a question I have about this pattern. I have sent two or three messages to “contact us”. No response.

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  2. kippyfure

    kippyfure (verified owner)

    This design is extremely unique and well written. I look forward to knitting many!

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  3. Knitalicious

    Knitalicious (verified owner)

    Beautiful little sweater…I am just learning to knit and have been able to make this sweater…..

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    • Bonnie Spencer

      Bonnie Spencer (store manager)

      I’m so glad it turned out for you! Can you post a picture of it in the Hall of Fame so we can all admire it?

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