1:24th scale Ladies jumpers and skirt by Frances Powell
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1:24th scale Ladies jumpers and skirt

Knitting
January 2004
Thread ?
US 8/0 - 0.5 mm
US 6/0 - 0.75 mm
1:24th scale
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This is NOT suitable for a first project in miniature knitting due to the tiny needles used

Materials required:
Jumper -
size 24 (0.55 mm/US size 8/0) knitting needles, ¼ x 5g ball No 80 crochet cotton or No 70 Tatting thread.
Skirt - size 22 (0.70 mm/US size 6/0) knitting needles, ¼ x 5g ball No 80 crochet cotton or Tatting thread No. 70.

NOTES FOR JUMPER:

  1. Instructions are also given for a plain jumper with no lace panel
  2. Instructions are given for both long and short sleeves

Approximate finished sizes
Jumper -
1-inch/2.5 cm high x ¾-inch/2 cm wide
Skirt - 1-inch/2.5 cm high x ¾-inch/2 cm wide at waist, 1¼-inches/3 cm at hem

Gauge: Gauge is not important for this project as dolls vary greatly in size.

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