Strolling Dolls Knitting Pattern Download

Create little works of art with this collection of well-dressed dolls. Complete the dolls with delicate hairstyles and masculine mustaches.
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Knit your own strolling companions as toys or display items. Edgar Allan Poe, who first inspired the term flâneur, dresses carefully even for a day (or night) spent writing in his study. A dapper Flâneur sports brown trousers, vest, cutaway jacket, cravat, and top hat. Finally, the lovely Flâneuse prepares for an expedition in a park or department store, with long skirts, a warm muff, a shawl, and a modish hat. If you haven't tried knitting human figures before, they finish up quickly and thriftily use up stash yarns.

Finished Sizes: Poe: 6½" tall and 3" wide. Flâneur: 6½" tall and 3" wide. Flâneuse: 5" tall and 4½" wide.
Yarn: Brown Sheep Company Nature Spun Fingering (100% wool; 310 yd [283 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]): #123F saddle tan (A); #N48F scarlet (B); #N89 roasted coffee (dark brown; C); #308F sunburst gold (D); #701F stone (med brown; E); #N974F Bev's bear (light brown; F); #601F pepper (black; G); and #740F snow (white; H), 1 skein each.
Needles: Size 2 (2.75 mm): set of double-pointed (dpn). Notions: Size C/2 (2.75 mm) crochet hook; stitch holder; tapestry needle; 0.5 mm floristry wire; polyester fiberfill; 1 skein Anchor embroidery floss (100% mercerized cotton; 8¾ yd [8 m]): #363; embroidery needle.
Gauge: 36 sts and 44 rows = 4" in St st.
Originally Published: Knitting Traditions Spring 2016
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SKU EP14844
Author/Speaker/Editor Sarah Ivinson
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