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  • bitstobuy - Miniature Knitting Patterns For The Dolls House HINTS AND TIPS
    Many of my patterns list the quantity of yarn required as scraps or small balls In practice this means 1 2g but it is not practical to weigh this amount For guidance 20g of my 2 ply yarn will knit a double size blanket and two cushions in 1 12 scale The kits give you the right amount of yarn needed in all the colours to make the finished item Garments and household items knitted from 2 ply yarn on 2mm UK size 14 needles are quite fine and drape well for the dolls house You can use many other different yarns as long as they are a similar thickness to 2 ply for example my 1 12 scale patterns work just as well using a 20 gauge crochet cotton or two strands of 1 ply used together Unlike full scale knitting when choosing a yarn you do not have to worry about washability or durability in wear Fastenings It is impossible to obtain scale fastenings for miniature knitting they would just be too small to sew onto the finished garment A tiny bead can be used as a button but is difficult to fasten make a loop out of your knitting yarn to hold the garment closed Small buttons can be obtained from dolls house suppliers or make your own from modelling material which is baked in the oven such as Fimo They have to have holes large enough to sew onto the garment so tend to look out of scale but are suitable for chunky garments The smallest press stud available is size 000 and you will need a fine needle to sew it to the garment Hide it under a flap so that it doesn t show on the finished garment Small hooks and eyes can be hidden in the same way If you are very patient you can sew on a piece of Velcro fastening so that it doesn t show when closed Even the narrowest ribbon can also look out of scale use a small piece of knitting yarn or cotton to tie a bow on a toy If you are happy to sew a garment onto a doll making it non removable you can dispense with fastenings Making up the finished work When casting off leave a length of yarn to use for sewing the pieces together Small pieces of miniature knitting can twist or distort in shape while working and it is a good idea to block and steam the pieces before sewing them together not for all stitches though such as raised motifs or cables be guided by the pattern If you are using a specialised yarn for example Lurex or a metallic thread check with the label instructions first that it can be pressed Pin the piece out on an ironing board to the right shape and size Use lots of pins around the edges so that the piece lies flat without pulling With the iron on the lowest steam setting

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  • bitstobuy - Miniature Knitting Patterns For The Dolls House LINKS
    s World of Miniatures Miniature Crochet Projects in 1 12 Scale by Roz Walters GMC Colin Bird Miniature Furniture Fine quality hand made Georgian Regency Victorian and Edwardian furniture Specialising in Windsor Chairs Also tables dressers desks etc Some 1 24th scale Commissions accepted Always Hobbies A wide range of Dolls Houses furniture and accessories from Always Hobbies miniknittingstuff com On line store for needles knitting patterns threads knitted garments

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  • bitstobuy - Miniature Knitting Patterns For The Dolls House FURNISHINGS
    Contact Details bitstobuy 33 Truro Gardens Flitwick Bedfordshire MK45 1UH UK Email anna beeptwo com Designed by beeptwo web design All website content copyright Helen Cox 2010

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  • bitstobuy - Miniature Knitting Patterns For The Dolls House BOOK
    competent child knitter to make Designs include a basic wardrobe for adult 6 tall and child 4 tall dolls furnishings and extras to make the doll s house a comfy home This is the only book of knitting patterns you will need to fill the doll s house with practical knitted projects All the designs are made using readily available materials with a manageable 2mm knitting needle size and are

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  • bitstobuy - Miniature Knitting Patterns For The Dolls House BOOK
    even suitable for a competent child knitter to make Designs include a basic wardrobe for adult 6 tall and child 4 tall dolls furnishings and extras to make the doll s house a comfy home All the designs are made using readily available materials with a manageable 2mm knitting needle size and are very quick to produce Projects include Clothes for babies toddlers and children Cabled pullover Snowflake lace blanket

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  • bitstobuy - Miniature Knitting Patterns For The Dolls House BOOK
    s first doll s house They are even suitable for a competent child knitter to make These designs all have a Christmas holiday theme so that the doll s house can be decorated for the season All the designs are made using readily available materials with a manageable 2mm knitting needle size and are very quick to produce Projects include Wreath and garland decorations Christmas stockings Father and Mother Christmas

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