Barbara G. Walker's A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns PDF

By Barbara G. Walker

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R19–*sc2tog, 1sc in next 2sc, repeat from * around, mm R20–*sc2tog, 1sc in next sc, repeat from * around, FO Front Legs (make 2) Stitch to end of body. With orange-red R1–ch2, 3sc and 3dc in 2nd chain from hook, mm R2–3sc and 3hdc, mm R3 thru 7–sc in each stitch around, FO leaving a long tail Close hole with tail and sew to the sides of the front of body. 0mm crochet hook Worsted weight yarn in off-white, light brown, and black Eyelash yarn in dark brown 6mm black safety doll eyes, beads, or buttons Polyester stuffing material Polyester beads for stuffing Embroidery needle GAUGE 20 stitches x 22 rows = 4” FINISHED SIZE Approx.

To hide stitches. Face Feet (make 4) With off-white With light brown R1–ch2, 6sc in 2nd chain from hook, mm R1–ch2, 6sc in 2nd chain from hook, mm R2 thru 5–sc in each stitch around, mm R2 thru 4–sc in each stitch around, FO R6–*2sc in 1st sc, 1sc in next, repeat from * around, mm Stitch to underside of the belly. R7&8–sc in each stitch around, mm Be aware of spacing so your doll doesn’t tip forward at the R9–*2sc in 1st sc, 1sc in next, repeat from * around, mm nose. 0mm crochet hook Worsted weight yarn in off-white Embroidery floss in red 12mm black doll eyes Polyester stuffing material Embroidery needle GAUGE 24 rows x 22 stitches = 4” FINISHED SIZE Approx.

32 Snout R1–ch3, 1sc in 2nd chain from hook, 4sc in next sc, 3sc in Ears (make 2) R1–ch2, 6sc in 2nd chain from hook, mm underside of the 2nd chain again, join with slip stitch R2–sc in each stitch around, mm to form ring (8sc total) R3–*2sc in 1st sc, 1sc in next, repeat from * around, mm R2–in back loops only, sc in each stitch around, FO R4–sc in each stitch around, FO To attach, sew snout in between eyes, slightly above them. Place ears on the top sides of the head—not right on the top and not parallel to the eyes, but between those points.

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