1:12th scale Wolf Cub Uniform by Frances Powell
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1:12th scale Wolf Cub Uniform

January 2001
Cobweb ?
US 5/0 - 1.0 mm
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Materials required:
Sweater -
1 pair size 19 (1mm/US 00000) knitting needles, 28 yards/25 metres 1-ply wool.
Knee length socks - 1 pair size 19 (1mm/US 00000) knitting needles, 14 yards/12.5 metres skein 1-ply wool in grey, small amount of green wool.
Boys Shorts - 1 pair size 19 (1mm/US 00000) knitting needles, spare needle (may be smaller), 28 yards/25 metres 1-ply wool.
Neckerchief - Rolling a triangle of fabric or paper from the longest edge to the point can make a neckerchief. A few strands of wool or scrap of felt will secure it.

Finished sizes:
Sweater -
approx 1½-inches/4 cm tall by 1-inch/2.5 cm wide at base, sleeve length approx. 1½-inches/4 cm
Socks - approx 1-inch/2.5 cm heel to knee when cuff is folded over, foot length approx ½-inch/1.25 cm
Shorts - approx 1-inch/2.5 cm waist to knee, approx ¾-inch/2 cm across at waist

Gauge: this is not important as dolls house dolls vary in size


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