1:12th scale bridal gowns by Frances Powell
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1:12th scale bridal gowns

Knitting
March 2016
Cobweb ?
US 5/0 - 1.0 mm
82 - 109 yards (75 - 100 m)
1:12th scale
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To fit a 14 cm/5½-inch tall doll.

Waistlines and sleeves are interchangeable. Train on ruffled dress is optional.

Ability Level: Experienced This project is not suitable for a first project in miniature knitting

Materials required: size 19 (1.00 mm/US 00000) knitting needles, 100 metres 1-ply yarn.

Finished sizes:
Neck to hem (at front) -
4-inches/10 cm; Note: short train adds ¾-inch/2 cm to back length. Hem width (front of dress with short train) – 4-inches/10 cm; hem width (front of dress with high waist) – 2-inches/5 cm; waist - 1-inch/2.5 cm. Sleeve lengths - short - ¾-inch/2 cm; elbow length – 1¼-inch/3 cm.

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

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