PDF Knitting Pattern - The Princess & the Pompom Cape & Hat Set - Instant Download
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These beautiful little clothes are the perfect finishing touches for your handmade doll or toy! First create a gorgeous Princess Cape, featuring a Swiss Check border and fluffy pompoms – sure to keep any toy stylish and warm no matter the occasion!
The Fair Isle patterning on the cape is written into the pattern rather than being on a chart, so it’s perfect for any skill level. Also, there’s no need to carry the yarn across the back of the work as the colour change always take place in the same spot!
When it’s time for bed, tuck your doll in with the cosy Stocking Cap for a wonderful night’s sleep. The Stocking Cap features a rib border around the head and an oversized pompom on the tip of the hat.
The cape is made to fit a toy approx. 22.5cm across the chest. (Also fits Barbie!)
The hat is made to fit a toy with an approx. head circumference of 16cm
The Cape is knitted using 6ply yarn and the Stocking Cap is worked in DK (8ply) yarn. You can use thicker yarns in both patterns to create a bigger clothes if desired.
Included in the pattern:
- Easy to follow English Instructions
- Full list of required materials, including quantity
- Contact details to show off your finished item
- Finishing off instructions to give your dolls clothes the perfect finish!
Yarn A: 25g of Morris Paddington 6ply in Tissue or other 6ply yarn of same tension of your choice
Yarn B: Oddment of (5g or less) Morris Paddington 6ply in Chalk or other 6ply yarn of same tension of your choice
20 g DK (8ply) weight yarn of your choice in red
The yarn pictured is Twilleys of Stamford Freedom Sincere Organic Cotton DK, which is now discontinued. I recommend Morris & Sons Avalon Pima Cotton
Skill Level: Easy
You only need to know how to work stocking stitch and do basic increasing and decreasing
Worked flat on two needles
The beautiful doll, sewn clothing and accessories shown in the photographs throughout are the amazing work of Megan from Dolly Henry. To see more of Megan’s fabulous sewing and other creative work, visit her blog: www.dollyhenry.com.au
This pattern is for the knitted cape and stocking cap only