1:12th scale Ladies maternity wear c. 1950-1970
Ability level: Experienced
Skirt - One pair size 19 (1 mm/US size 5/0) knitting needles, 50 metres/56 yards 1-ply wool or 2 skeins DMC Broder Spécial No 25.
Note: This skirt is designed to go under a jumper and therefore is only pleated in the part that shows beneath the jumper. The remainder of the skirt is ribbed to make it fit close to the dolls body and have less bulk.
Yellow jumper - One pair size 19 (1 mm/US size 5/0) knitting needles, 50 metres/56 yards 1-ply wool or 2 skeins DMC Broder Spécial No 25., stitch holders, small length of narrow ribbon for bow.
Green Jumper - Size 22 (0.75 mm/US size 6/0) knitting needles, stitch holders, approx. ½ x 5g ball No. 80 crochet cotton or tatting thread No. 70, small button or bead for neck, small length of narrow ribbon for bow.
Approximate finished sizes:
Jumper - 1½-inches/4 cm wide at chest; neck to hem – 2-inches/5 cm; sleeve length - ¾-inch/2 cm,
Skirt - 1½-inches/4 cm wide at base, 1-inch/2.5 cm wide at waist, 2½-inches/6 cm from waist to hemline.
Gauge – Gauge is not important as dolls house dolls (like humans) vary greatly in size and proportions
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