1:12th scale Apricot Leaf Curtains by Frances Powell
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1:12th scale Apricot Leaf Curtains

April 2004
No 100 crochet cotton
Thread ?
US 6/0 - 0.75 mm
1:12th scale
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For Experienced Knitters
This is not a suitable project for a first attempt at miniature knitting

Materials required: Size 22 needles, 1 ball DMC 100 (this will be sufficient to complete the whole set), 4 small rings for curtain tie backs, small rings for top of curtains (optional as the curtains will thread over a curtain pole).

Size: To fit a 4-inch/10 cm square window. Curtain drop is 4½-inches/11.5 cm. Pelmet is 1¼-inches/3 cm deep. Notes are given to allow resizing, but remember to allow extra yarn if making larger curtains

Important Note: The lace curtains are not suitable for a beginner. If you have not knitted on tiny needles before start with one of the other projects on this pattern first.

Gauge: Gauge is not important for this project as dolls house window sizes vary

1:12th scale Apricot Leaf bedspread matches this design


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