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In the Navy – 18” doll :pinterest

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I just needed to try the idea I had for the single rows of trim on the vest but it needed a whole outfit to go with those rows…

 

Needs..

2 elastic waistbands

4 colours of WW yarn.

1 colour of SW yarn. Mine is Bernat Baby sparkle Sport.

Various hooks from 4.mm to 5.5mm

 

Note: DNBO = Do not break off.

 

 

The Skirt…

 

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w/ WW yarn and 5.mm hook

 

Foundation row: Work 45 sc over elastic waistband. Join.

 

Row 1-2: dc evenly.

 

Row 3: dc in 2, * 3dc in next, dc in 4* rep to last 2 sts, dc in 2.

 

Row 4: work in dc working 2 dc in the centre of ea 3dc group.

 

Row 5-6 : dc evenly.

 

Switch to 5.5mm hook and continue..

 

Row 7: dc evenly.

 

Row 8: *dc in 3, 3dc in next* rep to end.

 

This skirt was quite see through so I added in the slip/underskirt for the same reason we all wear slips :wlol

 

Blouse…

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SW yarn and 4.mm hook

 

Ch 29

 

Row 1: hdc in 2nd ch from hook and ea ch across. (28 hdc)

 

Row 2: sc in ea hdc.

 

Row 3: sc in 1st * 2 FPsc in 1, FPsc in next* rep to last st, sc in last. (43 sc)

 

Row 4: hdc evenly across.

 

Row 5: *dc in 2, 2 dc in next* rep to end. (57 dc)

 

Row 6: *dc in 4, 2 dc in next* rep to end, end w/ dc in 2. (68dc)

 

Row 7: dc evenly.

 

Row 8: dc in 2, *2dc in next, dc in 5* rep to end, end w/ 2dc in last. (79 dc)

 

Row 9: sc in 11, sk 18, sc in 21, sk 18, sc in 11.(42 sc)

 

Rows 10 -12: dc evenly.

 

Row 13: dc in 3, *3dc in next, dc in 5* rep to end – end w/ dc in 3.

 

 

 

 

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Edging…

 

Sc up and down the left back edge. Sc along the hem edge working 2 sc in the middle dc on 3dc groups

 

Sc up and down the right back edge working in the button loops on the 2nd row.

 

 

 

 

Sleeves…

 

Att yarn in sleeve hole. Work 1 st in ea of the 18 sts plus 1 in base of armhole.

 

Row 1: dc evenly

 

Row 2: *dc in 2, 2 dc in next* rep to end.(does not work out evenly.

 

Row 3: dc evenly.

 

Row 4: dc in 1, *2 dc in next, dc in 3* rep to end.

 

Row 5: dc evenly.

 

Row 6: *dc in 1, dc dec next* rep to end.

 

Row 7: *dc in 3, dc dec in next* rep to end.

 

Finish with 2 rows of sc.

 

The Vest…

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Note…this is a generous fit and I don’t know that I would make it as large again. However it does fit easily over the blouse and skirt so there yah go.

 

WW yarn in 4 colours and 5.5mm hook

 

With Navy yarn Ch 51…

 

Row 1: hdc in 2nd ch from hook and ea ch across, (51 hdc)

 

Row 2-3: hdc evenly. Break off and tidy all ends.

 

For rows 4 to 9 you are going to be adding in a new colour for every row. Begin with at least an 8” tail and end with at least an 8” tail

 

Rows 4-9: attach yarn leaving a long tail and sc across row. Break off leaving long tail.

 

Colours:

Pink,

White,

Light blue

Pink,

White,

Light blue.

 

Feel free to work your colours differently

 

Row 10-11: att navy and hdc evenly.

 

Row 12: hdc in 10, ch 12, sk 4, hdc in 22, ch 12, sk 4, hdc in 10.

Note chains count as sts in row 13..

 

Row 13: *hdc in 3, hdc dec* rep to end.

 

Row 14: hdc in 1, *hdc dec in next, hdc in 3*

 

Rows 15-17: work one row of sc with each of your trim colours. Work decreases if needed to keep the neck curve. I did keep the ending tail for beads but I tidied the beg tails .

 

Braid the tails.

 

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Braid each set of 3 tails to the end. Then tie your front ties as you wish and then cut and secure the braids to size.

 

 

 

The Underskirt…

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Join all rounds.

SW yarn and 5.mm hook. Yes t is large for the yarn but I wanted this ‘fabric’ feel.

 

Foundation row …w/ Bernat Baby sparkle yarn (SW) work 45 sc over elastic waistband.

 

Row 1-3: dc evenly.

 

Row 4: dc in 2, *3dc in next, dc in 4* rep to end. End w/ dc in 2

 

Rows 6-8 : dc evenly.

 

Note, I have 63 sts at this point. You may want to increase by 1 st on row 8 to make the loops work out evenly – or just fudge as I did.

 

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Row 9: *sc in 1, ch 3, sk 1* rep to end and fudge if needed.

 

Rows 10-11: *sc in sc, ch 4* rep to end.

 

Row 12: *sc in sc ch 5* rep to end..

 

Row 13 : work shell (2dc. ch 2, 2dc) in ea sc. Break off and tidy all ends.

 

 

The Tam…

 

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Please note that this hat is made to fit over all those curls for Nancy. I included a pic of this hat on my Springfield girl and it does seem to work but is very loose.

 

 

WW yarn in 4 colours and 5.mm hook

 

w/ navy, ch 2

 

Row 1: 10 hdc in 2nd ch from hook. (10)

 

Row 2: 2 hdc in every hdc. (20)

 

Row 3: *2hdc in 1, hdc in next* rep to end. (30)

 

Row 4: *hdc in 2, 2 hdc in next* rep to end.(40)

 

Row 5: hdc in 1, *2hdc in next, hdc in 3* rep to end. (50)

 

Rows 6- 10: hdc evenly. Secure but DNBO navy yarn. Keep it to back of work.

 

Rows 7-9: work 1 row of sc with each of the trim colours. Break off and tidy ends after each row.

Pick up navy…

 

Row 10: hdc evenly.

 

Row 11: *hdc in 4, hdc dec next* rep to end.

 

Row 12: *hdc in 3, hdc dec in next* rep to end

 

Row 13: *hdc in 4, hdc dec in next* rep to end. Break off and tidy ends.

 

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this shows the outfit on a Springfield doll. it is a generous fit but no more so than on Nancy.

 

The bracelet/watch …

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After making up a bunch of waistbands I had this little bit of elastic left over and it just happened to be enough to go around her wrist. I stitched the two ends together and sewed the double button trim over the joining. It’s just cute and adds a certain je ne sais quoi.

 

Copyright: Darlene Cutler - 2011

 

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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