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Victorian & Georgian Dolls Knitting Pattern

Victorian & Georgian Dolls Knitting Pattern
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Jane - A Victorian Doll 1838 - Beginners Knitting Pattern

DESCRIPTION:
Height: 28cms
Method: Worked Flat
Wool: UK - DK Wool/ USA - Light Worsted/ Australia - 8ply
Knitting Needles: Single pointed 3mm (UK 11/ USA 2)
Additional: Toy Stuffing & Tapestry Needle
I have used Hayfield Bonus DK

Caroline - A Georgian Doll 1808 - Beginners Knitting Pattern

DESCRIPTION:
Height: 28cms
Method: Worked Flat
Wool: UK - DK Wool/ USA - Light Worsted/ Australia - 8ply
Knitting Needles: Single pointed 3mm (UK 11/ USA 2) & 2 3/4 (UK12/ USA 2)
Additional: Toy Stuffing & Tapestry Needle
I have used Hayfield Bonus DK

INSTRUCTIONS:
Pattern includes abbreviations & their descriptions
A list of materials needed
Instructions on how to make up the doll
Easy to follow row by row instructions
The legs, body & head are knitted all in one

NOTE:
I am very happy for people to sell the finished doll in local community craft fairs & for local community charity. Please do not sell the finished doll or pattern on the internet.

E-MAIL:
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WEBSITE:
http://www.edithgracedesigns.com

Thank-you for looking at my pattern.

Jo x

Inspiration

Victorian Doll:
Following the death of King William IV in 1837 the United Kingdom entered the Victorian age. Queen Victoria was 18 years old when she inherited the throne. Her coronation was on the 28th June 1838 at Westminster Abbey, London.

I have taken this design from fashions worn by girl's in 1838. Girl's fashion were simplified versions of women's fashions. They wore shorten skirts with pantaloons showing, waists were pulled in and bonnets had flowing ribbons.

Georgian Doll:
Known as the Georgian era, King George III reigned the U.K in 1808. During this period the beginnings of the industrial revolution were starting in Britain.

Women's fashions were inspired at this time on neoclassical themes. The bodice became closely fitted under the bust and flowed downwards with loose skirts. This gave a natural look. Young ladies would wear the colours of: pinks, lights blues & lilacs. Mature ladies wore the colours of: dark blues, reds, purple & yellow.

Shipping & delivery

This item is made-to-order and will be posted to you by Edith Grace Designs within 1 day of receiving payment.

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