This is a rare and unusual little sweater suit for a Barbie size doll. Originally created for “Penny the P&N doll” FROM Pins and Needles magazine May 1969 issue.
Your dolly can look casually stylish in this “chunky” knit sweater and skirt set-both with an interesting cable detail. Either piece alone would also compliment other separates clothing she may have.
The sweater or jumper has a high roll collar and retro, low slung, “buckled” belt...perfect use for that single tiny vintage button you may have.
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All my PDF patterns come with conversions UK/USA, extra freebies and my own extensive yarn notes research. (you can see this in my shop reviews).
I also support the patterns and will answer email queries-no matter how basic. I love to knit & to crochet and I want you to be able to use the patterns; I have even worked samples etc to help.
I use high resolution scans-and where I think it is needed they are reformatted [beyond just “cleaning up”]; I have used my experience of teaching knitting and crochet, so they are easier and clearer to work from. For example instructions are often amended so that all relevant bits are together on one page.
Please note, all WonkyZebra listings are for pattern instructions in English. My words in this description are written in English. If you are reading them in any other language they have been translated by ETSY software and may not accurately say what I intended. Very few of the patterns have charts, most are written instructions in English using English crochet terms.
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