Alison Reilly

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
This is a wonderful pattern to use up scrap yarn.
Crochet: Home - Other
From the designer:
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
These fit 15” Dolls (Bamboletta, Waldorf Doll, Dragonfly’s Hollow, or American Girl Doll). For pictures check out the other rolled neck and pants set (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cabled-sweater-an...)… this one is the same but has no cable work.
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
This cute pattern fits 15” Dolls (Bamboletta, Waldorf Doll, Dragonfly’s Hollow, or American Girl Doll)
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
This pattern is designed to fit 15” Dolls (Bamboletta, Waldorf Doll, Dragonfly’s Hollow, or American Girl Doll)
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
This pattern fits 15” Dolls (Bamboletta, Waldorf Doll, Dragonfly’s Hollow, or American Girl Doll). You can embellish it with another one of my free patterns.
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
These two patterns are perfect for 15” Dolls (Bamboletta, Waldorf Doll, Dragonfly’s Hollow, or American Girl Doll)
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
This pattern is designed to fit 15” Dolls (Bamboletta, Waldorf Doll, Dragonfly’s Hollow, or American Girl Doll)
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
This pattern is for a 15” doll -such as an American Girl Doll (Bitty Baby or Bitty Twin) or a Waldorf Doll such as Bamboletta or Dragonfly’s Hollow.
Knitting: Applique / Embellishment
Knit up whatever leftovers you have in your stash! Cute and easy.
Crochet: Applique / Embellishment
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
This 30 page pattern set contains nine, in the round, patterns for 18” size dolls:
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
Now you can make a skirt for your child’s favorite 18” Doll. This pattern gives you instructions for a long and short skirt (sweater pattern sold separately). Both skirts are knit in the round from the top down and take less than a skein of yarn each. The instructions are detailed so that even the beginner knitter can knit these with ease.
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
Now you can make a Sweater and Pants Set (known as “longies”) for your child’s favorite 18” Doll. Both are knit in the round from the top down and take less than a skein of yarn each. The instructions are detailed so that even the beginner knitter can knit these with ease.
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
This quick pattern is for a hat and a headband that is the perfect size for your child’s favorite 18” Doll. Both are knit in the round and take very little yarn, making it the perfect project for the scraps you have lying around! You can have these both done in a jiffy… so what are you waiting for?
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
Now you can make a Cabled Sweater and Cabled Pants Set (known as “longies”) for your child’s favorite 18” Doll. Both are knit in the round from the top down and take less than a skein of yarn each. The instructions are detailed so that even the beginner knitter can knit these with ease.
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
Now you can make a Cabled Poncho and Cabled Pants Set (known as “longies”) for your child’s favorite 18” Doll. Both are knit in the round from the top down and take less than a skein of yarn each. The instructions are detailed so that even the beginner knitter can knit these with ease.
Knitting: Dress
The very talented Kate Gilbert originally wrote the pattern for Anouk as pinafore, open on both sides but held together by cute button sidebands. This was a great design that allowed for a garment that would grow as a baby grows.
Knitting: Component (stitch, edge) - Other
Ok so I have to be honest, this denim vest was knit up for a dear friend for a holiday gag gift. We both used to chuckle at the idea of having a denim vest with knitted sleeves so I decided to cheer her up I’d make her one of her very own for Christmas. I was too cheap to buy a pattern (given the fact that this was a gag gift) so I made my own.
Knitting: Purse / Handbag
There are days when I read the Wall Street Journal and days when I read Us Magazine. My wardrobe is just that varied too - one minute I’m in jeans, the next in a suit, and some days everything in between.
Knitting: Doll Clothes - Other
Even though I am a grown woman (married & a mother) I still sleep with an army of stuffed animals. They keep me company when my husband is out of town, they act as a resting spot for my shoulders and neck, and they a never too far when I need that familiar cuddle.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is for a cute light weight hat to wear as a beanie in the fall months. It is sized for a teen or adult but can easily be made smaller. It’s a quick knit in the round using worsted weight yarn and is pefect for a beginner knitter.
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Booties
It never fails that after I finish making myself socks I always have leftover yarn (and way more left over than I need to fix any holes that might pop up). So I decided to create a pattern to use that leftover yarn to make my then baby-to-be some matching socks.