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Jan 11, 2017 08:16:16   #
nice job done !!! it looks lovely !!
 
Nov 12, 2016 06:25:31   #
well done !!
Nov 10, 2016 01:09:22   #
one more row wrote:
Beautiful, but did I overlook the boys?
Keep knitting,
One More Row



One lady knitted a short version of the dress and with a cap and shorts they fit a baby boy doll , don't you think ?


Nov 9, 2016 07:59:30   #
this is the Link to the pattern

http://www.abc-knitting-patterns.com/1386.html
Nov 8, 2016 15:43:24   #
yes indead that's the pattern the ladies used !

they al tried to make their own version of the pattern ,they did a great job didn't they ??
Nov 8, 2016 08:05:36   #
I just want to show what our Dutch ladies did with a pattern of the http://www.abc-knitting-patterns.com/ website !

greetings Big-Oma




















 
Sep 4, 2016 06:55:18   #
you are going to need a lot of those to make tomatosoup LOL !!
Jun 19, 2016 06:50:57   #
i love it !!!
Jun 19, 2016 06:45:19   #
what a cute picture of both of you !! congratulations !
Oct 18, 2015 09:05:08   #
http://www.ravelry.com/shops/search?geo=&address=&accuracy=&lat=&lng=&radius=150&units=miles&fuzzy=1&query=amsterdam+&loc=


I found this link on Ravelry
perhaps you can use it to find yarnshops in Amsterdam !

succes !
Aug 18, 2015 21:31:29   #
imalulu wrote:


My question... what would you do to follow her instructions for making a loop to go over a button on sweater back neckline or skirt back closure, she says "Make a loop of buttonhole sts along the top of the opening back and sew a button to the opposite side." And no crochet hook called for.

http://www.doll-knitting-patterns.com/0130D-doll-knitting-summer-fashion.html



I uses this type of buttonhole , you can adjuste to the buttonsize very well here and ...you don't need a crochet hook

I just saw I forgot to put the link in ! sorry

http://ysolda.com/support/tutorials/sewn-button-loops/
 
Aug 18, 2015 16:14:21   #
imalulu wrote:
I am knitting one of her patterns right now, her newest, I think. The translation to our American way of pattern writing/reading leaves a lot to be desired. So far, I have figured out most instructions, but have a question, too. But first to your question. I think others are right that the first 15 decreases would be k2 tog tbl (thru the back loops), then 15 regular k2 tog. I have found by going to her website and looking closely at the blown up pics helps to figure out things.

My question... what would you do to follow her instructions for making a loop to go over a button on sweater back neckline or skirt back closure, she says "Make a loop of buttonhole sts along the top of the opening back and sew a button to the opposite side." And no crochet hook called for.



http://www.doll-knitting-patterns.com/0130D-doll-knitting-summer-fashion.html
I am knitting one of her patterns right now, her n... (show quote)





I uses this type of buttonhole , you can adjuste to the buttonsize very well here and ...you don't need a crochet hook

I just saw I forgot to put the link in ! sorry

http://ysolda.com/support/tutorials/sewn-button-loops/
Aug 18, 2015 08:55:03   #
grammylynn wrote:
No there isn't which is the problem. It is a pattern downloaded from her site and no stitch definition or glossary available. Nor help with knitting any other way than hers so I was hoping someone on here has actually made this little coat or understands Nordic wording better than I do.


The most common abbreviations used in our English / American knitting patterns
approx = approximately
beg= begin & beginning
cont = continue & continuing
dec = decrease(s)/decreasing
inc = increase(s)/increasing
k = knit
k2tog = knit 2 stitches together
kwise = as if to knit
p = purl
p2tog = purl 2 stitches together
rem = remain & remaining
rep = repeat(s) & repeating
rnd(s) = round (s)
Vrnd(s) = round (s)
RS = right side of work

ssk = slip 2 stitches as if to knit them, 1 at a time, then insert left needle through the front of the loops and knit togther
st(s) = stitch(es)
St st = stockinette (or stocking) stitch - stockinette is American, and stocking is British
tbl= through the back of the loop(s)
tog = together
WS = wrong side of work
Yo = yarn over
Aug 18, 2015 08:53:22   #
The most common abbreviations used in our English / American knitting patterns are on her site
Aug 18, 2015 08:51:23   #
I found a list of her most used abbr. here it is :

The most common abbreviations used in our English / American knitting patterns

approx = approximately
beg= begin & beginning
cont = continue & continuing
dec = decrease(s)/decreasing
inc = increase(s)/increasing
k = knit
k2tog = knit 2 stitches together
kwise = as if to knit
p = purl
p2tog = purl 2 stitches together
rem = remain & remaining
rep = repeat(s) & repeating
rnd(s) = round (s)
Vrnd(s) = round (s)
RS = right side of work

ssk = slip 2 stitches as if to knit them, 1 at a time, then insert left needle through the front of the loops and knit togther
st(s) = stitch(es)
St st = stockinette (or stocking) stitch - stockinette is American, and stocking is British
tbl= through the back of the loop(s)
tog = together
WS = wrong side of work
Yo = yarn over
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