Blast from the past: Doll cardigan pattern

There has been some 'making' go on around here, and not all of it mine! Mum and Little Miss are busily working on a few sewing projects, of which there will be more details soon, but here's a peek...

Little Miss is making again!

So Mum was looking for doll clothes patterns and I reminded her of one of my very first designs - a cardigan for our MamAmor doll. I hadn't been blogging (or knitting) for long so not many people will have seen the original details, and I'm sharing it again today. At the time, I used the yarn I'd been practicing my crochet with - I'd certainly choose something softer than DK cotton now, but I still like the pattern.

The cardi is very straightforward and really doesn't take long to knit up - it's easy to alter to fit (you can see some lovely customised versions on the Ravelry page). If you know someone with a doll in need of a make-over this summer, you can find the free pattern on the original post here. Happy Knitting!


  1. Yikes! How'd I miss this adorable cardigan? Got it faced and pinned. You should design a kid version.

    1. People said the same last time I posted it - I might just do it one day! :D

  2. What a cute little pattern and so clever to make it easily adaptable to different sizes!


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