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Free Patterns For Knitting Dolls And Their Clothes

Updated on August 23, 2016

A Child At Heart

Still a child at heart I guess

Because I am loving these little baby dolls and am finding them hard to resist.

I hope you will enjoy making one or all of them as I am.

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Little Charmers Molly and Lucy

Much fun to be had when you knit these two little charmers – Molly in her sweet red dress and Lucy in her adorable yellow dress. Of course you can always choose the color of your choice for these little dolls. Both of these sweeties are knitted from the same pattern and measure 17 cm [6¾in] in height.
Very little yarn is required to knit them. The shoes, legs, body and head are knitted in one piece and each doll only requires 40 grams [1½ ounces] of yarn oddments and about 25 grams [just under one ounce] of stuffing.

These sweet dollies are perfect for fund raisers as well as gifts that every little girl is sure to love.


One Piece Knitted Doll

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About Uthando Project

About The Project

Dr Julie Stone, an Australian infant, child and family psychiatrist, returned from South Africa in 2004 determined to find a group of volunteers to make dolls for the children of the Hlabisa district, where she had visited the hospital. The Project has grown from this initial invitation to dollmakers. Tamsen Rochat, who began her clinical work as a psychologist at Hlabisa Hospital, led the project in KZN. Since its beginning the project has attracted committed partnership in KZN and in other parts of the world.

To learn more about this project go to: THE UTHANDO PROJECT INC.

Kirsten Visiting Norway

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Beautiful Winter Clothes

Although this pattern is not free but for purchase. I thought you would love to visit the page and see what beautiful clothes and accessories can be knit for The American Girl Doll.

I know my Granddaughter would love to find this outfit under the tree on Christmas morning.

The pattern comes complete with Sweater, Hat, Shoes, Tights, Pleated Skirt and a Warm Collar.

The pattern will also fit other 17"-18'' Dolls

If you subscribe to the Newsletter you will receive the free doll knitting pattern Anne for free !

Angel Fae

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Sweet Little Fae

Fae is a pretty little Angel Doll

She will be fun to knit as little angel dolly for your little sweetie or knit her up and put her on the top of your Christmas tree. Or if you have the time knit several as Christmas Tree ornaments.

The pattern is free..

A great way to use up leftover yarn : She has a cute face, dress, hair ,a halo and wings

What's not to love about Fae

A Group Of Tiny Little Dolls

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Tiny Knitted Dolls For Kids

Who wouldn't love these tiny little dolls.

Easy for big hands to knit and little hands to hold.

The pattern is free

These can be made with the tiniest bits of leftover yarn. Children love tiny little things that they can carry in a pocket or a drawstring bag. By changing the color of yarn used for the hair or clothing, you could make an entire Tiny Knitted Doll Family.

This is also a pattern that would be great for fundraiser or a charity group as well as making a great stocking stuffers.

Get the Pattern here for Maggie Bean and Friends

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Maggie Bean And Friends

The design for this pattern came together out of her love for re-purposing and re-using items from the scrap bag..or even thrift store items. The yarn from a sweater can be used by simply unraveling the sweater, winding the yarn into a ball and your ready to go.

I love this little doll .

So will you and any little girl that you wish to bless.

Included in the pattern is a kool-aid dying tutorial.

The Pattern is FREE! Enjoy!

How to Knit: A Complete Introduction for Beginners Part 1

Much Fun to be had for those who love knitting dolls and their clothes ! Enjoy

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    • Rachel L Alba profile image

      Rachel L Alba 2 years ago from Every Day Cooking and Baking

      Such sweet little dolls. I used to knit and crochet years ago, but now the hands don't work so good. My daughter does though, I'm going to show her these. Thanks for sharing.

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      Mackenzie Sage Wright 3 years ago

      Adorable! A little beyond my skill level right now (I can make scarves, lol). But these are really cute, I would love to work up to them. They don't seem all that hard, either.