Skirted Sweater-CH for Helen Kish's 14" Chrysalis Dolls by Becky Colvin

Skirted Sweater-CH for Helen Kish's 14" Chrysalis Dolls

by Becky Colvin
Knitting
Light Fingering ?
20 stitches and 27 rows = 2 inches
in stockinette on size 0 needles
US 0 - 2.0 mm
US 000 - 1.5 mm
150 - 200 yards (137 - 183 m)
fits Helen Kish's 14" Chrysalis dolls
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This PDF knitting pattern will help you create skirted sweaters like the ones shown. These long sweater tops have an a-line skirt with a rolled-edge hem and a ribbed bodice, with a scoop neck and short set-in sleeves. There is a self-edged back to cut back on finishing work later on. It looks cute over a long sleeved tee with jeans or leggings to finish the look. The drawstring waist is decorated with teensy pom poms.

I include instructions for lengthening the skirt to create a knitted dress.

This pattern may fit a variety of 13-14” dolls, but it is specifically fitted to Helen Kish’s 14” Chrysalis dolls.

MATERIALS

  • lightweight fingering yarn like Stroll or Palette from www.knitpicks.com
  • needles sized 000 and 0 (1.5 & 2 mm)
  • 2 place markers--small plastic rings that will fit over your needles.

Gauge in stockinette stitch with size 0 needles--20 stitches & 26-27 rows in a 2 x 2 inch (5.1) square.