Tiny, cozy sweaters knit for handmade dolls, it doesn’t get much cuter than that! Please enjoy this knitting pattern for a cardigan for the Make-Along doll. It is knit in sock yarn with size 2 needles. Tiny, but not too crazy small. It is a different version than the sweater I replicated from my great grandmother’s pattern which involves a lot of seaming. This one is knit from top down in one piece and sleeves can be knit in the round for no seaming at all.
Is your Make-Along doll feeling mischevious this season? Use this free pattern to make her own jaunty elf hat complete with ears! Also included, a pointy collar and boots to complete the transformation.
This romper pattern delivers a lot of cute for not so much effort. This romper has elastic cuffs and waist, an opening in the back for a tail and a bodice with sleeves easily made from a woven ribbon. The materials you’ll need are 20″ x 8″ of fabric, 10″ of 1/8″ wide elastic, 11″ of ribbon (ribbon should be between 1/2″ and 1″ wide). Print out your pattern piece here and we’re ready to get started. Photo tutorial here.
Please do not sell items made from this pattern.
Knit on sock yarn with size 2 DPNs.
Cast on 84 sts
Knit 7 rows of K3,P3 rib
Knit 16 rows
Start decreases. PM, K2tog, K12. repeat 6 times.
Knit 2 rows. (or just one if you don’t want your hat so tall)
Repeat decrease and knit rows until 12 sts remain.
K2tog 6 times (6 sts), K2tog 3 times (3 sts)
Cut yarn and tie off remaining sts. Weave in your ends.