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B16 Shawl snuggly - Claire's Baby & Doll Handknit …

Pattern by babydoll Handknit Designs Claire Topping 2007 1 Knitting pattern for Knitting pattern for Knitting pattern for Knitting pattern for cosy snugglycosy snugglycosy snugglycosy snuggly & Shawl & Shawl & Shawl & Shawl for 8for 8for 8for 8----12 doll or reborn12 doll or reborn12 doll or reborn12 doll or reborn Pattern by babydoll Handknit Designs Claire Topping 2007 2 Shawl and Shawl and Shawl and Shawl and SnugglySnugglySnugglySnuggly 9999----12121212 dolls and reborns dolls and reborns dolls and reborns dolls and reborns Materials Approx 150g in main colour 50g DK in contrast and other contrasts in DK if more than one colour desired 4mm (UK 8, US 6) needles 200 hole piece of eyelet lace Shirring elastic Small piece of satin type material for inner ring in contrast colour 1m 7mm ribbon Any desired embellishments Abbreviations Y2on: Wind yarn round needle twice to make 2sts MB: (K1, P1, K1, P1, K1) in st to make 5 sts from 1, turn, P5, turn, pass 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th sts, one at a time over 1st st, then K into the back of this stitch.

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1 Pattern by babydoll Handknit Designs Claire Topping 2007 1 Knitting pattern for Knitting pattern for Knitting pattern for Knitting pattern for cosy snugglycosy snugglycosy snugglycosy snuggly & Shawl & Shawl & Shawl & Shawl for 8for 8for 8for 8----12 doll or reborn12 doll or reborn12 doll or reborn12 doll or reborn Pattern by babydoll Handknit Designs Claire Topping 2007 2 Shawl and Shawl and Shawl and Shawl and SnugglySnugglySnugglySnuggly 9999----12121212 dolls and reborns dolls and reborns dolls and reborns dolls and reborns Materials Approx 150g in main colour 50g DK in contrast and other contrasts in DK if more than one colour desired 4mm (UK 8, US 6) needles 200 hole piece of eyelet lace Shirring elastic Small piece of satin type material for inner ring in contrast colour 1m 7mm ribbon Any desired embellishments Abbreviations Y2on: Wind yarn round needle twice to make 2sts MB: (K1, P1, K1, P1, K1) in st to make 5 sts from 1, turn, P5, turn, pass 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th sts, one at a time over 1st st, then K into the back of this stitch.

2 K: knit P: purl G-st: garter stitch St-st: Stocking stitch Dec: decrease Inc: increase by knitting into front and back of stitch Sl 1: slip next stitch Psso: Pass slipped stitch(es) over Yfwd: Yarn forward K2 tog: knit next 2 stitches together P2 tog: purl next 2 stitches together P3tog: purl next 3 stitches together Rs: right side Ws: wrong side Cont: continue Sts: Stitches Author s note In the frilled edging of the Shawl the P sts are worked into the 2nd loop of the y2on Instead of working the whole plain pieces in st-st, it is also a nice effect to alternate the sections with moss-st, or by using different colours. To make the edging a different colour just work the egdge sts (on odd rows starts with Sl 1, on even rows edging ends with yfwd, K2tog, K1 change colour before or after these sts, no need to break yarn, then it is in the right place for every row) Circular Shawl Cast on 46sts and work as follows: Row 1: Sl 1, K35, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, (y2on, K2tog) twice, K1 Row 2: K3, (P1, K2) twice, yfwd, K2tog, K1, P33, turn, leaving 3sts unworked Row 3: Sl 1, K32, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, K2, (y2on, K2tog) twice, K1 Row 4: K3, P1, K2, P1, K4, yfwd, K2tog, K1, P30, turn, leaving 6sts unworked Row 5: Sl 1, K29, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, K4, (y2on, K2tog) twice, K1 Row 6: K3, P1, K2, P1, K6, yfwd, K2tog, K1, P27, turn, leaving 9sts unworked Row 7: Sl 1, K26, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, K11 Row 8.

3 Cast off 6sts, K6 (7 on rh needle), yfwd, K2tog, K1, P24, turn, leaving 12sts unworked Row 9: Sl 1, K23, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, (y2on, K2tog) twice, K1 Row 10: K3, (P1, K2) twice, yfwd, K2tog, K1, P21, turn, leaving 15sts unworked Row 11: Sl 1, K20, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, K2, (y2on, K2tog) twice, K1 Row 12: K3, P1, K2, P1, K4, yfwd, K2tog, K1, P18, turn, leaving 18sts unworked Row 13: Sl 1, K17, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, K4, (y2on, K2tog) twice, K1 Row 14: K3, P1, K2, P1, K6, yfwd, K2tog, K1, P15, turn, leaving 21sts unworked Row 15: Sl 1, K14, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, K11 Row 16: Cast off 6sts, K6 (7 on rh needle), yfwd, K2tog, K1, P12, turn, leaving 24sts unworked Row 17: Sl 1, K11, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, (y2on, K2tog) twice, K1 Row 18: K3, (P1, K2) twice, yfwd, K2tog, K1, P9, turn, leaving 27sts unworked Row 19: Sl 1, K8, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, K2, (y2on, K2tog) twice, K1 Row 20: K3, P1, K2, P1, K4, yfwd, K2tog, K1, P6, turn, leaving 30sts unworked Row 21: Sl 1, K5, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, K4, (y2on, K2tog) twice, K1 Pattern by babydoll Handknit Designs Claire Topping 2007 3 Row 22: K3, P1, K2, P1, K6, yfwd, K2tog, K1, P3, turn, leaving 33sts unworked Row 23: Sl 1, K2, Sl 1, K2, yfwd, K2tog, K11 Row 24: Cast off 6sts, K6 (7 on rh needle), yfwd, K2tog, K1, *yfwd, K2tog; rep from * to last 2 sts, P2 These 24 rows form one section of the Shawl .

4 Repeat rows 1-24 15 times more to make a complete circle. Cast off. Join seam as neatly as possible by flat oversewing to minimise join. Centre Flower This flower looks nicer knitted in stocking stitch but does tend to curl so can be knitted in garter stitch if preferred. However I did find that sewing round the edges of the petals in blanket stitch made it lie better and also made it look more finished. You could also crochet a chain edge to it or sew on any edging it s up to you! Work 2 pieces Cast on 8sts, work 2 rows (K and P if st-st, both K if g-st) Row 1: Inc in 1st 2sts, turn and work on these sts ONLY(4sts) Row 2: P Row 3: Inc in all 4sts (8sts) Row 4: P Row 5: Inc in 1st and last sts (10sts) Row 6: P Row 7: Inc in 1st and last sts (12sts) Rows 8-10: St-st Row 11: Dec 1 st at each end of row (10sts) Row 12: P Row 13: Dec 1 st at each end of row (8sts) Row 14: P2tog, P4, P2tog (6sts) Row 15: K3tog twice (2sts) Row 16: P2tog Fasten off.

5 Repeat this set of 16 rows on next 2 sts, then foll 2 sets of 2sts and you end up with 4 petals. Join both sets in a circle and sew one in the centre of the Shawl to cover central hole. Place 2nd circle of 4 petals over it so petals overlap to create flower. Sew in place. Add any embellishments and thread ribbon through if desired. snuggly (First Piece) Cast on 49sts and K 4 rows. Work as follows: 1st row: K1, *K2tog twice, [yon, K1] three times, yon, [Sl 1, K1, psso] twice, K1, rep from * to end 2nd row: P Repeat these 2 rows 5 times more and 1st row once more. K 1 row Next row: K1, *yfwd, K2tog; rep from * to end Next row: K inc one st in centre of row (50sts) Cont in bramble st as follows. If using more than one colour for this st, colours are introduced in rows 2 and/or 4 and changed every 2 rows to give the striped effect.

6 Two colours can be alternated or you could use 3 or 4 if you fancy a brighter ring! Bramble stitch 1st row: (RS) P 2nd row: K1, *(K1, P1, K1) into next st, P3tog; rep from * to last st, K1 3rd row: P 4th row: K1, *P3tog, (K1, P1, K1) into next st; rep from * to last st, K1 These 4 rows form pattern. Cont for a further 21 rows, thus ending with a rs row. Next row: Insert 50 hole piece of eyelet lace, knitting one st per hole. Panel foundation row: K4, P17, K8, P17, K4 Keeping these K and P sts correct work one more row. Work 2 pattern panels as below placing the 17sts of panel in each of the 2 17-st panels placed in the foundation row. The bobbles can be effectively done in another colour by using an (approx) strand of yarn per bobble. Flower motif Over 19 sts MB: (K1, P1, K1, P1, K1) in st to make 5 sts from 1, turn, P5, turn, pass 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th sts, one at a time over 1st st, then K into the back of this stitch.

7 Row 1: P6, K2, P1, K2, P6 Row 2: K6, P2, K1, P2, K6 Row 3: P5, K2tog, K1, yrn, P1, yfwd, K1, Sl 1, K1, psso, P5 Row 4: K5, P3, K1, P3, K5 Row 5: P4, K2tog, K1, yfwd, K1, P1, K1, yfwd, K1, Sl 1 , K1, psso, P4 Row 6: K4, P4, K1, P4, K4 Row 7: P3, K2tog, K1, yfwd, K2, P1, K2, yfwd, K1, Sl 1, K1, psso, P3 Row 8: K3, P5, K1, P5, K3 Row 9: P2, K2tog, K1, yfwd, K3, P1, K3, yfwd, K1, Sl 1, K1, psso, P2 Row 10: K2, P6, K1, P6, K2 Row 11: P1, K2tog, K1, yfwd, K1, K2tog, K1, yfwd, K1, yfwd, K1, Sl 1, K1, psso, K1, yfwd, K1, Sl 1, K1, psso, P1 Row 12: K1, P6, K1, P1, K1, P6, K1 Row 13: P1, K3, K2tog, K1, yrn, P1, K1, P1, yfwd, K1, Sl 1, K1, psso, K3, P1 Row 14: K1, P5, K2, P1, K2, P5, K1 Row 15: P1, K2, K2tog, K1, yrn, P2, K1, P2, yfwd, K1. Sl 1, K1, psso, K2, P1 Row 16: K1, P4, K3, P1, K3, P4, K1 Row 17: P1, K1, K2tog, K1, yrn, P3, K1, P3, yfwd, K1, Sl1, K1, psso, K1, P1 Row 18: K1, P3, K4, P1, K4, P3, K1 Row 19: P1, K2tog, K1, yrn, P3, MB, P1, MB, P3, yfwd, K1, Sl 1, K1, psso, P1 Row 20: K1, P1, K13, P1, K1 Row 21: P5, MB, P5, MB, P5 Row 22: K Pattern by babydoll Handknit Designs Claire Topping 2007 4 Row 23: P4, MB, P1, P2tog, yrn, P2tog, yrn, P2, MB, P4 Row 24: K Row 25: P4, MB, P2tog, yrn, P2tog, yrn, P2tog, yrn, P1, MB, P4 Row 26: K Row 27: P4, MB, P1, P2tog, yrn, P2tog, yrn, P2, MB, P4 Row 28: K Row 29: P5, MB, P5, MB, P5 Row 30: K Row 31: P7, MB, P1, MB, P7 Keeping K and P sts of panel correct work 3 rows.

8 ** Work one more row keeping these sts correct. Next row: Insert 50 hole piece of eyelet lace, knitting one st per hole. Cont in bramble st as before for 57 rows. Next row: Insert 50 hole piece of eyelet lace, knitting one st per hole. Cast off. Posing Ring (second piece) Work as first piece to ** Cast off. Making up Join 2 pieces of ring together by joining seam between 2 pieces. Fold work in half lengthways and join seam from bramble st above eyelet row at bottom of each side to eyelet lace row above flower motifs. Do not join centre bramble st section yet. Satin Inner padding This is quite hard to explain but really just common sense. This is the inner padded ring that fits inside your knitted ring. While work is folded cut a piece of satin of the correct length to form the inner padded ring (to fit from above the eyelet holes all the way round to other eyelet holes.)

9 It will need to be about times the folded width. Sew the side seam of this piece of satin and one end. Fill with polyester toy filling (not too firmly as it must bend easily inside your knitted sleeve and join last seam. Using double strand of shirring elastic join seam of centre bramble st section. Gather quite tightly and fasten off. To give added strength to this section use fastened off elastic to sew back across this seam and fasten off firmly. Finishing off Join frill pieces at ends at front and back so they form one piece the width of front and back. Add any desired embellishments. Thread a piece of ribbon through the eyelet hole above the frill so that the ends can be tied at the front centre. Place satin inner padded piece inside ring and tie ribbon to hold in place.)


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