With Flossie Potter's Doll Sock Trio PDF Knitting Pattern you can create three distinct sock styles designed for 18-inch dolls. There are two sizes – one to fit the chunky feet of dolls such as American Girl® and another to fit slimmer dolls.
The Norwegian Knee-High features two-strand knitting for color work reminiscent of Scandinavian designs.
The Classic Cable is also in knee-length.
The Embroidered Roll-Top is a sporty, half-high sock which showcases an embroidered flower-and-vine motif at the top.
All of the styles are knit from the toe up. Instructions for knitting on two circular needles are given.
Don't forget to check out Flossie Potter's Colonial Accessories pattern which shows you how to use this pattern to make a pair of men's thigh-high stockings, which look great with the colonial shoes and tricorn hat!
-2 circular needles, size 0
-Fingering weight (2 ply) sock yarn or other very light weight yarn
-Scrap yarn to cut and use as stitch markers
-Cable needle, size 0 (for Classic Cable)
-Embroidery floss, embroidery needle, small crochet hook (for Embroidered Roll-Top)
Skill Level: This pattern is for knitters with intermediate skills or above.
What You Get: One 9 page knitting pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF 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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I realy like the Pattern
They are so fun and easy to do. I am going to make a few more for my neices.
Very easy to read pattern, very easy to do, have made 3 pair so far