1:6th scale Aran sweater 2 by Frances Powell
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1:6th scale Aran sweater 2

May 2016
Light Fingering ?
US 0 - 2.0 mm
104 - 109 yards (95 - 100 m)
1:6th scale. To fit a 32.5 cm/13-inch tall doll/action figure
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Ability Level: Experienced NOTE: Cables are worked whilst decreasing, although this is detailed step by step in the pattern, an experience of working cables will be helpful.

Designed to fit a 32.5 cm/13-inch tall doll such as Ken, GI Joe, Action Man or other similar teenage/fashion doll
Note: collar for an Action Man may need to be made slightly longer due to the broader shoulders, 20 rows has been suggested.

Materials required: one pair of size 2.00 mm knitting needles; cable needle or one double pointed size 2.00mm knitting needle; 95 metres/104 yards/14 grams 2-ply laceweight/light fingering yarn; 4 stitch holders or safety pins.

Finished size of sweater:
Neck to hem - 12 cm/4½-inches
Sleeve seam - 7.5 cm/3-inches
Sleeve length - 12 cm/4½-inches
Width across chest - 7.5 cm/3-inches

Gauge - worked over rib (k 1, p 1) stitches:
6 rows = 1 cm and 5 stitches = 1 cm


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