Does Dolly need a light summery cover-up? Spring tulips is the answer. This versatile shrug, by Ma Petite Cherie Couture, can be worn over a dressy outfit or used as a fancy swim suit cover-up. It features an inverted modified pineapple motif that resembles an upside down tulip.
This PDF crochet pattern will fit most 18 inch dolls such as American Girl®.
Recommended Fabrics: Cotton crochet thread size 10
-1 small ball of size 10 or bedspread weight crochet thread
-Size 10/1.30mm crochet hook
-1/2 – 5/8” button
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 14 page crochet pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF crochet 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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FIRST pattern I started/completed upon purchase. Instructions are clear and the pattern flows just right. I admit I did not check my gage so one of my granddaughters' 8" baby doll just got a P Coat created with a 5.0mm hook - - so, the doll's big sister will get one next using 6.0mm hook. But, I absolutely LLLL UUUU VVVV this pattern and the outcome!! Thank you, and Good Job to the Pixie Faire team ... you all do such a good, thorough job ... you are appreciated!
This pattern was easy for me to follow and worked up fairly quick. The finished jacket fit the doll very well. I think every doll needs one of these toppers in their wardrobe.
Well, I attached pictures to show that I got through it... I've been crocheting for about five years and considered myself at least an advanced beginner... I had never done any lace crochet before and perhaps that was why it was difficult for me. Each row is different and like a puzzle to figure out. I definitely could have used more pictures, such as were provided at the beginning of the pattern. I needed them not just for the pineapple motif, but for the edges and the spaces in between the pineapples. Another, small, detail that would have helped me tremendously would have been a note about the difference between crocheting into a chain and crocheting into a chain space. I was over half-way through before I googled the right thing and figured it out! In my pics the sweater is being modeled on an AG doll. Mia is wearing a rather bulky shirt underneath, I'm afraid.
The pattern was easy to follow and it turned out very cute.
I loved this pattern - crochet in thread always looks feminine and stylish and this was an easy pattern. The instructions were clear and I had no problems with it.