1:12th scale Mans Diamond Jumper by Frances Powell
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1:12th scale Mans Diamond Jumper

February 2015
Thread ?
24 stitches and 30 rows = 1 inch
in colourwork on stocking/stockinette stitch
US 6/0 - 0.75 mm
150 - 175 yards (137 - 160 m)
1:12th scale
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This miniature was inspired by a 1963 photo of a mans diamond patterned jumper.

This is NOT suitable for a first project in miniature knitting.

Ability Level: Expoerienced

The colourwork in this pattern is fully charted with minimal written instructions, the pattern is not written out line by line.

Materials required: one pair size 22 (0.70 mm/US 000000) knitting needles, 1 x 5 gram ball each of three colours No 80 crochet cotton or No 70 Tatting thread, 2 stitch holders.

Approximate finished size: Neck to hem 2½-inches/6 cm, sleeve length 1½-inches/4 cm

Gauge – Although the gauge is given this is not important as dolls house dolls (like humans) vary greatly in size and proportions


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