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Thomas Doll’s stockinette stitch outfit

Hello Everyone!

I posted Annabel’s stockinette stitch outfit a while ago.

Here’s Thomas’.

Happy knitting!

xxx

Ann

Thomas Doll’s stockinette stitch outfit

Long trousers

Leg (make 2)

  • * Begin at the lower end and cast on 26 sts.
  • K 2 rows.
  • Beginning with a K row, st-st 8 rows*.
  • Break off yarn and leave a long end.
  • Transfer the sts to a spare needle.
  • Work the second leg the same way from * to *.

Upper part

  • K across the sts on the needle and across those on the spare needle, knitting the last st of the one leg together with the first st of the second leg (51 sts).
  • St-st 7 rows.
  • (K1, K2tog) to end (34 sts).
  • K 2 rows.
  • Cast off leaving a long end.
  • Join the back seam and one leg with the long end you have from casting off.
  • Join the second leg with the other long end you left.
  • Sew the top of the trousers to the first row of the jumper of the doll.

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Stockinette stitch cape

  • Beginning at the lower end, cast on 34 sts.
  • K 2 rows.
  • Beginning with a K row, st-st 8 rows (note: in the P rows, K the first and last two stitches).
  • (K2, K2tog) x8, K2 (26 sts).
  • St-st 3 rows.
  • (K1, K2tog) x8, K2 (18 sts).
  • Cast off but don’t cut the yarn.
  • Transfer the last st to a crochet hook and make a chain of 25 sts, then cut off the yarn and pull through the loop.
  • Crochet a chain of 25 sts on the other top side of the cape.
  • Using a tapestry needle, weave in all the loose ends and cut them off.
  • Cut the loose ends of both chains.

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Knotted hat

  • Begin at the lower end and cast on 36 sts.
  • K 3 rows.
  • Beginning with a K row, st-st 6 rows.
  • (K2, K2tog) x9 (27 sts).
  • P 1 row.
  • (K1, K2tog) x9 (18 sts).
  • P 1 row.
  • K1, K2tog x8, K1 (10 sts).
  • St-st 21 rows.
  • Cast off leaving a very long thread.
  • Close the hat with mattress stitch.
  • Do not cut off the yarn but use it to sew the hat to the head at the last row in skin colour.
  • Make a knot in the peak.

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This is what Thomas looks like in his stockinette stitch outfit.

Please check this list for abbreviations used.

Click these links for the explanation on how to knit the doll, rabbit and duck.

To learn how to stuff and assemble the dolls, click here.

Look here to see how to attach the hair.

 

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