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Homage to Chef Brockett-15 inch doll :pinterest






Make elastic waistband and work 40 sc into ring.

Work 5 rows of DC around then join 1st st to 20th st and 21st st to 40.th st to form crotch.


Work 7 rows of DC for each pant leg.







Chef’s Jacket…

This was made using Bernat SS which is finer and shinier than the RH I used on the pants…


Row 1: Ch 37. hdc in 6, V-st, 2hdc in 4, V-st, hdc in 12, V-st, 2hdc in 4, V-st, hdc in 6. ch1 and turn


Row 2: Sc across working sc V-st in V-st


Rows 3 – 6: DC in dc, V-st in V-st


Row 7: Separate sleeves by working dc across (1 dc in V-sts) omitting sleeve stitches.


Rows 8& 9: DC across. Break off


I would definitely encourage you to use a Velcro closure on this as it keeps the clean look you want in this outfit. I am going to go looking for some myself. :yes


Chef’s Hat…




Ch 44 and join to form ring.


Row 1: DC around.


Rows 2-4: work DC, FPdc around


Row 5: Work (DC, 2 DC in next) around


Row 6: Work DC even.


Row 7: Work (dc in 2, dc decrease in next) around.


Row 8: Work (dc, DC decrease in next) around. Try to do the decreases over the stitches that were not decreased on the last row.


Row 9&10: Work (dc, dc decrease in next) around.


Row 11: Work HDC decrease around and break off but leave a goodly tail so that you can gather the remaining stitches and pull them tightly together. Secure and weave in ends.




NOTE: this would make a great Tam if you used fewer Ribbing rows



Mixing Bowl…




Row 1: Chain 4 and work 23 TR into 1st chain and join.


Row 2: Work FPsc around and join


Row 3 & 4: work 3hdc, hdc increase around.


Row 5 *&* 7: hdc around


Row *6* work a row of SC in cream if desired.



German Chocolate Cake with Cherries :wlol







Work tightly for best results…I used a finer WW yarn so I used 2 strands… might be good anyway.


Ch 2 and work 8 sc into 1st chain. Join (each round)


Work 2 more rows keeping the cake flat.


Work FPsc around.


Work 2 more rows of sc even and break off.


Use Red to make French knots on top.






Use any yarn that will create the cookie that you want. I also found that the “Wrong Side” gave a better look for my Chocolate chip cookies.


Chain 3, work 11 dc into 1st chain. Break off. Decorate if you wish.




Copyright: Darlene Cutler - 2007


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.


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Oh my goodness Darski!! You making me want to buy one of those dolls!! And my daughter is in chef school!!!! I think that would be a neat gift for her graduation day !!lol


Wouldn't that be so cute to give her at graduation or even before.


It's a simple pattern that you could adapt to another doll if you didn't want this particular one.

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