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Victoria 18” doll :pinterest

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The PDF is Here:Victoria-18 inch doll.pdf

 

5mm hook and WW yarn

 

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This dress needs the crinoline as it is quite heavy on its own.

 

 

 

Work a final row with picots…

 

Ch 5, slst in 3rd ch from hook, ch 2, sc in next.

 

Please let me know if you spot any errors. With 3 patterns on the go I get distracted :wlol

 

 

Copyright: Darlene Cutler - 2010

I do not have a problem with people/groups using my patterns to make a little extra money by physically making them and selling the items they make. However, I do not permit the selling of my patterns for money. I have once given permission for a booklet to be made of them for a charitable sale and I may do so again *if I am asked* and if it is for a church, charity or school type group. But first you have to ask.  Furthermore, If you choose to use my patterns as a money maker, I do not permit my images to be used for any advertizing of your work. You must make your own item and photograph that. These images are as much a part of my Web image as a designer as the patterns are and I reserve that use to myself alone.

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I followed the pattern faithfully, but my stitch count and lenth of dress just don't match. I can't figure out what in the world I could have done wrong. I even added 3 rows of dc, but the gown only comes mid-calf, and looks much fuller than your pics. The crinoline only comes just below her knee. Help!

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I followed the pattern faithfully, but my stitch count and length of dress just don't match. I can't figure out what in the world I could have done wrong. I even added 3 rows of dc, but the gown only comes mid-calf, and looks much fuller than your pics. The crinoline only comes just below her knee. Help!

 

I'm sorry but I can't come up with any suggestions for you other than to keep working the rows until they are long enough. I can't imagine what the problems might be.

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Hi this is beautiful you are so talented can I just ask in row 9 it says 3 double crochet for 14 stitches when I do this my stitch count is not add up should it be 2 double crochet instead of three. Many thanks

 

Yes, you are right.  it should be 2dc in 14 both times.  sorry about that.  I'll see if I can fix that.

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I noticed you do not have any chains in the end / beginning of most rows. Rows 5, 6, & 7 just for an example. Shouldn't there be some chains to get the height for the next row? Thanks for the patterns!

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I noticed you do not have any chains in the end / beginning of most rows. Rows 5, 6, & 7 just for an example. Shouldn't there be some chains to get the height for the next row? Thanks for the patterns!

 

I responded to you PM.  :hug

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On 2010-11-19 at 10:14 AM, darski said:

Victoria 18” doll :pinterest

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5mm hook and WW yarn

 

 

Row 1: ch 17 normally then ch 5 very tightly, hdc in the last ‘normal chain’ and in every ch across, (17 hdc, button loop formed.)

 

Row 2: sc in 1st, *ch 5 , sc in next* rep to end,(15 ch 5 loops)

 

Row 3: ch 3 (counts as dc) *sc into ch 5 loop, ch 3* rep to end, dc in last st,

 

Row 4:sc in 1st, in all ch 3 loops work 3 dc, ch 1, sc into top of last dc.

 

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Row 5: dc in 1st, in ea 3dc group work [dc, 2dc,dc] dc in last. (62 dc)

 

Row 6: hdc in 4, dc in 4, sk 15, dc in 4, hdc in 8, dc in 4, sk 15, dc in 4, hdc in 4.

 

 

Row 7-8: sc across – on 7 work a sc into armholes too ( 34 sc)

 

Row 9: dc in 1st, 3 dc in 14, dc in 4, 3dc in 14, dc in last. (62 dc)

 

Row 10: dc evenly across and join. Ch 1 turn.

 

Row 11: sc evenly around

 

Row 12: dc in 1, 2 dc in 4, dc to last 4, 2dc in 4, 1 more dc in 1st.

 

Row 13: dc in 1, 2 dc in next 8, *dc in 3, 2 dc in next* rep to last 8, 2dc in 8, 1 more dc in 1st. join. Note that the *-* does not work out evenly c’est la vie.

 

Row 14: dc evenly around.

 

Row 15: dc in 32, *2 dc in next, dc in 3* rep to last 31 sts, dc to end.

 

Row 16-17: dc evenly around.

 

Row 18: ch 4, tr in next 31, *2 dc in next, dc in 4* rep to last 32 sts, tr in 32.

 

Row 19: dc evenly around.

 

Row 20: sc evenly around. At this point I have 170 sc.

 

 

Row 21: *dc in 4, 5 dc in next* rep to end.

 

Row 22: work around in sc working 3 sc into every peak from row 21. Break off blue.

 

Go to right top edge and work a row of sc around opening. Work button loops on right edge as you go.

 

 

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Trim rows…

 

Att white yarn at right edge of row 5. *ch 5, sl st in next* rep to end. Break off and tidy all ends.

 

Att lt. blue yarn at right edge of row 4 and work as for white trim row. Break off and tidy all ends.

 

Bustle

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Ch 16..

 

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and in next ch, hdc in 3, dc in 5, hdc in 3, sc in last 2. ch 1 turn

 

Row 2: sc in 2, hdc in 11, sc in 2.

 

Row 3-4: hdc evenly across

 

Row 5: hdc in 5, hdc dec, hdc in 1, hdc dec, hdc in 5.

 

Row 6: hdc in 4, hdc decd, hdc in 1, hdc dec, hdc in 4.

 

Row 7: hdc in 3, hdc decd, hdc in 1, hdc dec, hdc in 3.

 

Row 8: hdc in 2, hdc decd, hdc in 1, hdc dec, hdc in 2.

 

Row 9: hdc in 1, hdc decd, hdc in 1, hdc dec, hdc in 1.

 

Row 10: hdc dec, hdc in 1, hdc dec.

 

Row 11:2 dc in ea hdc.

 

Row 12: 2dc in first 2, dc in 2, 2dc in last 2.

 

Row 13: 2dc in first 2, dc to last 2, 2dc in last 2.

 

Row 14- 18:dc evenly .

 

Row 19-20: dc in 1st, dc dec to last, dc in last .

 

Row 21: dc in 1st, work double dc dec over next 3, dc in last.

 

Row 22-23: hdc evenly (3 hdc)

 

Row 24: 2 hdc in 1st, hdc in next, 2 hdc in last.

 

Row 25- 27: 2 hdc in first 2, hdc to last 2, 2 hdc in last 2. (19 hdc)

 

Row 28 30– dc evenly.

 

Row 31: sc in 2, hdc in 2. dc in 11. hdc in 2, sc in 2. break off and tidy all ends.

 

Att white yarn at edge and work a ch 4/ sk 1 around the edge. You have to sort of find your way about that skip 1 part as you work over the sides of dc. J work 2 sts into the corners.

 

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Fold the bustle as shown in the pic. Stitch to back of dress through the two layers then fold the upper portion over the stitches. I did the pic without the trim to keep it simple.

 

 

 

The Stole…

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w/ Bernat baby sparkle yarn (3 wt of 6) and 5.mm hook. I’m using a larger hook to get a very light effect.

 

 

 

Ch 76…

 

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook *ch 2, sk 2, sc in next * rep to end.

 

Row 2: sc in 1st, *ch 2, sc in next sc* rep to end.

 

Rep row two until your stole is big enough for your taste.

 

Finish by working [ch 5/ sc in next sc] loops around edge. fudge the ends as you wish.

 

The crinoline…

 

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This dress needs the crinoline as it is quite heavy on its own.

 

Needs elastic waistband, 5.5mm hook and WW yarn.

 

Foundation row: work 29 [sc/ch 3] around waistband, ch 1, dc in 1st sc. (30 ch 3 sp)

 

Row 2: sc in same ch 3 sp, *ch 3, sc in next ch 3 loop to last, ch 1, dc in beg sc.,

 

Row 3-10: work w/ ch 4 loops and begin to work in spiral. Keep note of your start location generally and continue until you have 10 rows.

 

Row 11:* work 1 ch4 loop in one loop then work 2 ch4 loops in the next loop* rep to end. Break off white. Att blue in a ch 4 loop.

 

Work 2 dc in loop, *ch 1, 3 dc in next loop* rep to end, end w/ ch 1, 1 more dc in beg loop, join. Ch 1.

 

Sc in same st, *ch 3, sc in middle dc of next 3dc group* rep to end, end with [ch 1, dc in beg. Sc.]

 

Work a row of ch 4 loops. End w/ ch 2, dc in beg sc.

 

Work next row w/ ch 5 loops.

 

Work a final row with picots…

 

Ch 5, slst in 3rd ch from hook, ch 2, sc in next.

 

Please let me know if you spot any errors. With 3 patterns on the go I get distracted :wlol

 

 

 

Copyright: Darlene Cutler - 2010

 

I do not have a problem with people/groups using my patterns to make a little extra money by physically making them and selling the items they make.

 

However, I do not permit the selling of my patterns for money. I have once given permission for a booklet to be made of them for a charitable sale and I may do so again *if I am asked* and if it is for a church, charity or school type group. But first you have to ask.

 

Furthermore, If you choose to use my patterns as a money maker, I do not permit my images to be used for any advertizing of your work. You must make your own item and photograph that. These images are as much a part of my Web image as a designer as the patterns are and I reserve that use to myself alone.

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On 2010-11-19 at 10:14 AM, darski said:

Victoria 18” doll :pinterest

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5mm hook and WW yarn

 

 

Row 1: ch 17 normally then ch 5 very tightly, hdc in the last ‘normal chain’ and in every ch across, (17 hdc, button loop formed.)

 

Row 2: sc in 1st, *ch 5 , sc in next* rep to end,(15 ch 5 loops)

 

Row 3: ch 3 (counts as dc) *sc into ch 5 loop, ch 3* rep to end, dc in last st,

 

Row 4:sc in 1st, in all ch 3 loops work 3 dc, ch 1, sc into top of last dc.

 

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Row 5: dc in 1st, in ea 3dc group work [dc, 2dc,dc] dc in last. (62 dc)

 

Row 6: hdc in 4, dc in 4, sk 15, dc in 4, hdc in 8, dc in 4, sk 15, dc in 4, hdc in 4.

 

 

Row 7-8: sc across – on 7 work a sc into armholes too ( 34 sc)

 

Row 9: dc in 1st, 3 dc in 14, dc in 4, 3dc in 14, dc in last. (62 dc)

 

Row 10: dc evenly across and join. Ch 1 turn.

 

Row 11: sc evenly around

 

Row 12: dc in 1, 2 dc in 4, dc to last 4, 2dc in 4, 1 more dc in 1st.

 

Row 13: dc in 1, 2 dc in next 8, *dc in 3, 2 dc in next* rep to last 8, 2dc in 8, 1 more dc in 1st. join. Note that the *-* does not work out evenly c’est la vie.

 

Row 14: dc evenly around.

 

Row 15: dc in 32, *2 dc in next, dc in 3* rep to last 31 sts, dc to end.

 

Row 16-17: dc evenly around.

 

Row 18: ch 4, tr in next 31, *2 dc in next, dc in 4* rep to last 32 sts, tr in 32.

 

Row 19: dc evenly around.

 

Row 20: sc evenly around. At this point I have 170 sc.

 

 

Row 21: *dc in 4, 5 dc in next* rep to end.

 

Row 22: work around in sc working 3 sc into every peak from row 21. Break off blue.

 

Go to right top edge and work a row of sc around opening. Work button loops on right edge as you go.

 

 

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Trim rows…

 

Att white yarn at right edge of row 5. *ch 5, sl st in next* rep to end. Break off and tidy all ends.

 

Att lt. blue yarn at right edge of row 4 and work as for white trim row. Break off and tidy all ends.

 

Bustle

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Ch 16..

 

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and in next ch, hdc in 3, dc in 5, hdc in 3, sc in last 2. ch 1 turn

 

Row 2: sc in 2, hdc in 11, sc in 2.

 

Row 3-4: hdc evenly across

 

Row 5: hdc in 5, hdc dec, hdc in 1, hdc dec, hdc in 5.

 

Row 6: hdc in 4, hdc decd, hdc in 1, hdc dec, hdc in 4.

 

Row 7: hdc in 3, hdc decd, hdc in 1, hdc dec, hdc in 3.

 

Row 8: hdc in 2, hdc decd, hdc in 1, hdc dec, hdc in 2.

 

Row 9: hdc in 1, hdc decd, hdc in 1, hdc dec, hdc in 1.

 

Row 10: hdc dec, hdc in 1, hdc dec.

 

Row 11:2 dc in ea hdc.

 

Row 12: 2dc in first 2, dc in 2, 2dc in last 2.

 

Row 13: 2dc in first 2, dc to last 2, 2dc in last 2.

 

Row 14- 18:dc evenly .

 

Row 19-20: dc in 1st, dc dec to last, dc in last .

 

Row 21: dc in 1st, work double dc dec over next 3, dc in last.

 

Row 22-23: hdc evenly (3 hdc)

 

Row 24: 2 hdc in 1st, hdc in next, 2 hdc in last.

 

Row 25- 27: 2 hdc in first 2, hdc to last 2, 2 hdc in last 2. (19 hdc)

 

Row 28 30– dc evenly.

 

Row 31: sc in 2, hdc in 2. dc in 11. hdc in 2, sc in 2. break off and tidy all ends.

 

Att white yarn at edge and work a ch 4/ sk 1 around the edge. You have to sort of find your way about that skip 1 part as you work over the sides of dc. J work 2 sts into the corners.

 

post-4896-135897599097_thumb.jpg

 

Fold the bustle as shown in the pic. Stitch to back of dress through the two layers then fold the upper portion over the stitches. I did the pic without the trim to keep it simple.

 

 

 

The Stole…

post-4896-135897599088_thumb.jpg

 

 

w/ Bernat baby sparkle yarn (3 wt of 6) and 5.mm hook. I’m using a larger hook to get a very light effect.

 

 

 

Ch 76…

 

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook *ch 2, sk 2, sc in next * rep to end.

 

Row 2: sc in 1st, *ch 2, sc in next sc* rep to end.

 

Rep row two until your stole is big enough for your taste.

 

Finish by working [ch 5/ sc in next sc] loops around edge. fudge the ends as you wish.

 

The crinoline…

 

post-4896-13589759909_thumb.jpg

 

This dress needs the crinoline as it is quite heavy on its own.

 

Needs elastic waistband, 5.5mm hook and WW yarn.

 

Foundation row: work 29 [sc/ch 3] around waistband, ch 1, dc in 1st sc. (30 ch 3 sp)

 

Row 2: sc in same ch 3 sp, *ch 3, sc in next ch 3 loop to last, ch 1, dc in beg sc.,

 

Row 3-10: work w/ ch 4 loops and begin to work in spiral. Keep note of your start location generally and continue until you have 10 rows.

 

Row 11:* work 1 ch4 loop in one loop then work 2 ch4 loops in the next loop* rep to end. Break off white. Att blue in a ch 4 loop.

 

Work 2 dc in loop, *ch 1, 3 dc in next loop* rep to end, end w/ ch 1, 1 more dc in beg loop, join. Ch 1.

 

Sc in same st, *ch 3, sc in middle dc of next 3dc group* rep to end, end with [ch 1, dc in beg. Sc.]

 

Work a row of ch 4 loops. End w/ ch 2, dc in beg sc.

 

Work next row w/ ch 5 loops.

 

Work a final row with picots…

 

Ch 5, slst in 3rd ch from hook, ch 2, sc in next.

 

Please let me know if you spot any errors. With 3 patterns on the go I get distracted :wlol

 

 

 

Copyright: Darlene Cutler - 2010

 

I do not have a problem with people/groups using my patterns to make a little extra money by physically making them and selling the items they make.

 

However, I do not permit the selling of my patterns for money. I have once given permission for a booklet to be made of them for a charitable sale and I may do so again *if I am asked* and if it is for a church, charity or school type group. But first you have to ask.

 

Furthermore, If you choose to use my patterns as a money maker, I do not permit my images to be used for any advertizing of your work. You must make your own item and photograph that. These images are as much a part of my Web image as a designer as the patterns are and I reserve that use to myself alone.

post-4896-135897599058_thumb.jpg

post-4896-135897599079_thumb.jpg

post-4896-135897599094_thumb.jpg

 

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25 minutes ago, France Grimard said:

pouvez vous me dire comment je peut avoir le patron de Victoria 

from Babelfish

J’ai don\ ' t comprendre ce que vous entendez par \"be la boss\ » de mon patron.

 

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