1:12th scale Autumn set c.1933 by Frances Powell
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1:12th scale Autumn set c.1933

September 2016
Cobweb ?
US 5/0 - 1.0 mm
44 - 115 yards (40 - 105 m)
1:12th scale
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To fit a 14 cm/5½-inch tall lady doll

Ability Level: Intermediate

Materials required
One pair size 19 UK/1.00 mm/US 00000 knitting needles. PLUS
Jumper: 25 metres each of three colours 1-ply yarn; 2 stitch holders or safety pins.
Belt – 7 metres 1-ply yarn, small jump ring or buckle
Skirt – 40 metres 1-ply yarn

Approximate finished sizes
Jumper –
5 cm/2-inches back neck to hem; 3 cm/1¼-inches across chestsleeve length 4.5 cm/1¾-inches.
Skirt – 5.5 cm/2⅛-inches waist to hem; 2.5 cm/1-inch across waist; 4 cm/1¾-inches across hem (with pleats closed)

Tension/gauge: this is not important as dolls vary greatly in size, check sizing given above and use as a guide.

Historical Fashion Notes

  1. Geometric patterns were very fashionable in the early to mid 1930’s. They were found on all manner of items including Ladies fashion.
  2. Colours were more muted on Ladies fashion than they were on china and furniture. The tubular look had persisted from the 1920’s, so there is very little shaping found in this jumper.
  3. Originally in this type of garment the sleeves would have been very narrow (and often ribbed to above the elbow), and the armholes were very tight. As it is not as easy to dress a miniature doll with very tight sleeves and armholes, the armholes and sleeves in this pattern have been designed to be slightly roomier than the original would have been.
  4. Belts were often worn over a jumper, or incorporated into the design of the jumper. Cuffs were always long and turned up.
  5. Skirt pleats were very deep at this time, reaching well up the thigh.


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