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Mary, Millie, and Morgan

Knitting
January 2014
Sport / 5 ply (12 wpi) ?
6 stitches = 1 inch in stockinette stitch
US 3 - 3.25 mm
181 yards (166 m)
one size
This pattern is available for $12.00 USD
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Errata available: quinceandco.com

This is part of the ebook “Mary, Millie, & Morgan” by Susan B. Anderson.

Finished measurements
9” 23 cm tall when standing, 6” 15 cm body circumference,
approx 3½” 9 cm arm length, and 4½” 11.5 cm leg length

Yarn
1 skein each in the following colorways:
Doll #1 (Millie):
Egret 101, Bird’s Egg 106, Frank’s Plum 114, Storm 104, Winesap 133, Glacier 105, Carrie’s Yellow 125
Doll #2 (Mary):
Petal 111, Carrie’s Yellow 125, Kumlien’s Gull 152, Gingerbread 120, Crow 102, Lupine 116
Doll #3 (Morgan):
Twig 119, Iceland 153, Peacock 109, Crow 102, Winesap 133
Note: Yardage includes yarn needed for outfits.

Needles
• One set of 4 double-pointed needles (dpns) in size US 3 3.25 mm
Or size to obtain gauge

Gauge
6½ sts = 1” 2.5 cm inch in stockinette stitch.

Construction Notes
The doll is worked seamlessly from the top-down, starting at the top of the head. The head is shaped first by increases, then decreases to form the neck. The shoulders and yoke are worked similarly to a top-down sweater by increasing to the underarm. The arms are held on waste yarn while the body and legs are divided and worked down to the shoes. The arm stitches are then picked up and worked down to the hands.

For reference here are the names and color description for the dolls:
Mary is the brunette doll with the peach skin.
Millie is the blonde doll with the white skin.
Morgan is the black haired doll with the brown skin.