My Knitted Doll

Knitters will love this fabulous collection of adorable knitted dolls and their very contemporary styled clothes and accessories.

Author: Louise Crowther

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781446306352

Category: Doll clothes

Page: 128

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Learn to knit these stunning dolls with their changeable outfits. Choose from Faye with her cute bunny ear beanie and boots or Naomi with her Fair Isle dress and mary jane shoes. All the dolls can be adapted so you can change their hairstyles and colour - perfect for an extra special present. All the dolls clothes are interchangeable so you can make one doll and keep adding to her wardrobe or choose your favourite garments to knit your own unique outfit. These knitted dolls make ideal presents for children and grown up children who will adore the attention to detail in their very contemporary clothes.

My Knitted Doll

Knitting Patterns for 12 Adorable Dolls and Over 50 Garments and Accessories Louise Crowther ... The inspiration for my dolls comes mainly from all the beautiful children's clothes available on the high street, the gorgeous little ...

Author: Louise Crowther

Publisher: David and Charles

ISBN: 1446374238

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 309

View: 954

Create twelve dolls and over fifty garments and accessories to dress them in with this wonderful collection, featuring easy-to-follow instructions. Make an adorable, knitted doll for the little person in your life. Children will love all twelve dolls in this knitting pattern collection which has been designed to provide the perfect playmate. Each doll has their own personality and style—whether it’s Faye with her cute bunny ear hast and cozy boots, or Jane with her chic beret and Breton top. There is a doll here to suit everyone. The step-by-step instructions show you how to make the twelve individual dolls, but you could also mix and match the outfits, hairstyles, and colors to create the perfect doll for you. My Knitted Doll is not for the absolute beginner knitter but will appeal to knitters who do have a basic understanding of the craft. Having said that, the instructions are presented succinctly with easy-to-follow diagrams, with charts for intarsia and other designs.

Knitted Animal Friends

Louise brings her unique style of coordinated knitwear with cute colorwork details to this new collection of toy animal knitting patterns. There are a total of twelve knitted animals—each with their own unique personality and style.

Author: Louise Crowther

Publisher: David & Charles

ISBN: 1446377555

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 517

View: 987

“Beautiful designs . . . children will love the whimsical results.” —Publishers Weekly Learn to make an adorable collection of knitted animal toys with these new patterns by the author of My Knitted Doll, Louise Crowther. Louise brings her unique style of coordinated knitwear with cute colorwork details to this new collection of toy animal knitting patterns. There are a total of twelve knitted animals—each with their own unique personality and style. The animals all have the same basic body, with a few color variations and tail additions, so the clothes can be mixed and matched between them to create endless outfit possibilities. Choose your favorite animals and outfits and have fun making the perfect gift for friends and family.

Topsy Turvy Knitted Dolls

Many thanks to my friends and family, who have been excited and enthused over the writing of this book. My grateful thanks also to Cynthia of www.clarewools.co.uk. Picture credit: page 6 Shutterstock/Picsfive TO PSY-TURVY KNITTED DOLLS ...

Author: Sarah Keen

Publisher: GMC PUBLICATIONS LTD

ISBN: 1784943568

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 840

Best-selling author Sarah Keen shows readers how to make 10 adorable topsy-turvy knitted dolls based on well-loved characters from fairy tales and nursery rhymes.

Lifelike Dolls Tutorials 09 10

Here is a very easy short-sleeved knitted cardigan pattern that will fit a variety of mid range dolls, including, ... it comes to hand knitting, I have been charting and designing sweaters for my knitting machines for quite some time.

Author: Sheri McDonald

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0557639859

Category:

Page:

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Wendy Knits

When I was a little kid, I was the queen of the knitted doll blanket. They were sad, lopsided, uneven doll blankets, but they were my own work and I was darn proud of them. Then you need challenges and you start to knit cables, ...

Author: Wendy D. Johnson

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1440649537

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 224

View: 648

In this warm, wise, and witty memoir, Wendy D. Johnson takes a look at her lifelong obsession with “casting on” as she chronicles her journey from a crudely self-taught, left-handed beginner to one of the world’s most prolific knitters—not to mention premier knitting bloggers. From the virtues of learning how to knit the perfect sock, to the compulsive need to stash exquisite skeins of yarn in every crevice of one’s home, this is the perfect book for every knitter. Wendy also offers tips for avoiding errors, thoughts on knitting gifts for others, and more than twenty original patterns for knitters of every level of expertise: from the ridiculous and irreverent (a cell phone cozy) to the absolutely sublime (your very own luxurious Nordic style pullover).

Tell It As It Was

My elder sister spent hours making raffia baskets for us; she also made them for sale. We also had cut-out books with figures and clothes to dress. I don't recall whether my knitted doll was a Christmas present or not.

Author: Kathleen Hann

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595227902

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 180

View: 459

Kathleen Hann was born into a poor working-class family in the Black Country during the depression of the nineteen thirties. She was a clever child at a time when it wasn't thought poor children could be clever, when ridicule was the only way the mediocre teachers knew how to deal with the situation. This is a book to make you laugh and cry as the author revisits her past and evokes many of the outrageous and picaresque charcters of her childhood, her youth and early womanhood. She was one of a hundred people in Shropshire chosen by the BBC to appear on the programme, The Century Speaks, in which the BBC called for people to give their views on Shropshire. This book is living history, experienced in the raw and tested on the pulses of a real participant whose vision of those times, while sympathetic, sincere and humorous, is never coloured by rose-tinted lenses. She has not given us a dry treatise of social history, but a slice of life that will forever remain with the reader.

British Dolls of the 1950s

She was phased out in 1959, and the 1960s saw Woman's Weekly switch allegiance to the hard plastic Chiltern twins and also a pair of large vinyl Cheeky Chiltern dolls. My Mum often knitted doll's clothes for me, using patterns gleaned ...

Author: Susan Brewer

Publisher: Pen and Sword

ISBN: 1781598568

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 224

View: 658

Photos, descriptions, and fascinating history for dedicated doll collectors. In the 1950s, a new material—plastic—revolutionized the doll trade and made dolls affordable for people of all classes. This book focuses specifically on British dolls of that decade, offering not only useful information for collectors but a glimpse into the history and culture that surrounded these cherished toys. Along with photos and descriptions, this unique guide covers: doll manufacturers must-buy dolls what to spot when buying dolls how to avoid buying fakes a where-to-buy directory doll hospitals specialist museums

20 to Knit

Inspired, I started designing and knitting my own doll's clothes using sequins and bits of fur to embellish them. Over the years I've enjoyed many crafts such as painting, needlepoint, crochet, cross-stitch and sewing.

Author: Lee Ann Garrett

Publisher: Search Press Limited

ISBN: 1781262020

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 48

View: 860

The latest knitting title in the Twenty to Make series, Easy Knitted Tea Cosies contains twenty desirable, colourful and easy-to-knit tea cosies. The book contains a wide range of designs, from funky fruit and friendly owls to contemporary stripes, along with Autumn, Christmas and Valentine's Day designs. These cute and quirky tea cosies are quick to make and great for brightening up your home or giving as gifts.

The Knitter s Gift

She continued to sit at my bedside entertaining me while she knitted doll clothes and a blanket for my doll's bed. In midApril a nurse friend of Momma's brought wrapped gifts, each numbered for every day until my birthday on June 9th.

Author: Bernadette Murphy

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1440518904

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 256

View: 985

Passionate knitters know that knitting is more than just a craft or a hobby. Knitting forms the texture and a background for their lives, binding them to their mothers and grandmothers who shared their great legacies; to friends and family who wear their homemade gifts; and to their fellow knitters. The Knitter's Gift is an inspirational collection just for them. Beginner and longtime knitters will rejoice as they read about: A father who treasures the scarf made by his daughter decades earlier A Ph.D. candidate who finds that knitting reduces her stress, and allows her to knit together her higher education with her craft A mother-in-law who makes peace with her daughter-in-law by creating a luxurious handmade gift Written and compiled by this best-selling author, The Knitter's Gift is a timeless work that spans the generations.