Beantown Mittens 18" Doll Clothes Knitting Pattern

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Your doll's little fingers will be toasty warm for a stroll to her favorite local cafe in these tiny fair isle mittens by Clarisse's Closet. The stranded color-work pattern is very simple with short repeats, and creates the look of tiny roasted coffee beans. Don't worry about losing one along the way- add a crochet chain strand to connect the mittens through her coat sleeves to prevent a lost mitten. 


This pattern is classified as Advanced due to the tricky task of working in the round on such small needles, especially with colorwork. Other than the fair isle colorwork, there aren't any advanced techniques used in the pattern, just basic increases and decreases.

The pattern includes charts, but also has the colorwork instructions written out so that it can be completed without the use of charts.

Shown with: Bristol Cardigan, Skirt with Pockets, Plumfield Cloak, and Genoa Jumper.

This PDF knitting pattern is designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl®. 

Recommended Fabrics: Lace weight wool or other fiber yarn.

Supplies Needed:

Needles
Size US 00 (1.75mm) or 000 (1.5mm) dpns (or size needed to obtain gauge). Please note that size 0 (2mm) or larger is likely too large and not recommended.

Yarn
Lace weight, approximately 4g/35yards/32mts of each color.
Yarn(s) shown:
• Debbie Bliss Rialto Lace (100% Merino Wool; 427yds (390m/50g): Black (C1), Silver (C2),1 ball each.
• Cascade Alpaca Lace (100% Alpaca; 437yds (400m/50g): Ecru (C1), Camel (C2), 1 skein each.
(Given for example purposes only, no affiliation or endorsement is implied).

Gauge
26 sts x 32 rows = 2″ (5 cm) square in Stockinette stitch with stranded colorwork after blocking.

Other Materials
2 small stitch holders (safety pins, paper clips, or scrap yarn work), tapestry needle, small crochet hook (for mitten keeper strand), blocking tools.

Measurements
• Finished wrist circumference (unstretched): 2 3/4" (7 cm)
• Finished length: 3" (7.5 cm)

Skill Level:  Advanced

What You Get: One 32 page knitting pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF knitting pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.

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12/09/2020
Sue C.
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So cute and realistic

As stated on the cover, these mittens are a challenge due to the tiny needles and lace yarn. But- I had so much fun making them. I even dyed my yarn with coffee for the coffee beans! I used the magic loop method and it worked just fine. Also used Knitpicks bare shadow lace for the cream color and, as I stated, dyed about 30-40 yd. with coffee. The realistic results were well worth the effort.

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