American Girl Doll Suit with Godet Skirt
Free Doll Suit Knitting Pattern
Materials: 100% wool yarn worsted weight, color - blue, 100 m (103 yds) 50 g - 1 skein (A) , color - white (B) 1 skein
Gauge:18 st x 22 rows = 4" x 4" (10 cm x 10 cm)
Wrap and turn in the short rows:
Slirt is worked sideways and sshaped with short rows.
Short Rows Godet:
Row 6: p 30.
Poster: dawn odes
July 16, 2014
I love all the patterns shown here for the 18inch dolls, but when I press the printable version I do not see anyhere to activate the printer. Please can someone help me.
Poster: Kathryn Davis
December 6, 2015
I hit control P and it brings up the printer.
March 13, 2012
You're more than welcome to use the pattern to make items for gifts or for sale. You don't have to give me credit unless someone else is interested in the pattern. In that case, I would really appreciate if you pointed them to this website.
Poster: Elaine Phillips
June 11, 2013
The skirt is worked sideways and shaped with short rows.
April 25, 2014
On the jacket: One side states to cast off 4 stitches on row 24 while the other side says to cast off 4 stitches on row 23. Is that correct?
Poster: Cheryl McClelland
June 1, 2013
Hello, I agree with comment #4. I think ABC patterns are the greatest, but I can't figure out what to do with the Godet Skirt. I'm not a beginner. I have been knitting for 57 years. Is it made side to side? Please help me to understand this pattern.
Thank you, Cheryl
Poster: Carol Stoxen
November 27, 2012
I am knitting the American Girl Doll Suit with Godet Skirt. It dosn't say how many times to repeat the short rows Godet and I don't understant about repeat rows 1-10 7 times more. Am I missing some of the pattern or just not understanding. I'm doint the cape and get that pattern but I am missing something on this one. Could you help me? Thanks
October 8, 2012
Thank you so much!!! I was searching all over the internet for a doll coat pattern for my bissness (I don't know how to spell that) that wasn't garter stitch.
Poster: Candie Petrolli
March 13, 2012
I am making some of your patterns for a party my girls are having for some of their friends and their AG dolls. I have been spending lots of time in waiting rooms and people ask me how much I would charge to make clothes for them. This happens often. What would I need to do so that I can make clothes for others while still giving you credit for the pattern?
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