Elegant & Interwoven-TW for Robert Tonner's 16" Tyler Wentworth, Ellowyne Wilde, and Antoinette by Becky Colvin

Elegant & Interwoven-TW for Robert Tonner's 16" Tyler Wentworth, Ellowyne Wilde, and Antoinette

by Becky Colvin
Knitting
October 2011
Light Fingering ?
23 stitches and 30 rows = 2 inches
in stockinette with size 000 needles
US 000 - 1.5 mm
US 5/0 - 1.0 mm
US 0 - 2.0 mm
150 - 170 yards (137 - 155 m)
fits 16" Tyler Wentworth, Ellowyne Wilde, and Antoinette dolls
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This knitting pattern can help you create a detailed aran sweater, like the ones pictured here. This fisherman-style Aran turtleneck is modeled after a beautiful sweater from Eddie Bauer. The cable pattern is complex, worked with small knitting needles. This pattern is for advanced knitters.

The sweater may fit a variety of 17 inch dolls, but is specifically fitted to Robert Tonner’s 17” Tyler Wentworth. The sweater is completely open in the back for ease of knitting. The body is knit in one piece and separated at the arm holes. It has set-in sleeves, and the collar is picked up and knitted after the shoulders have been sewn together.

Supplies

  • Ultra Lightweight fingering yarn--I used “Serena” from Manos del Uruguay
  • Knitting Needles sized 00000, 000 and 0 (1, 1.5 & 2 mm) Sweater is worked with size 000 needles.
  • six sets of 4/0 snaps for back closure with matching thread

Gauge
* With size 000 needles in stockinette stitch, 23 stitches & 30-31 rows in a 2 x 2 inch (5.1 cm) square.