This photo is the Cindy Doll by Fibre Craft. They are available at craft stores and online at Annie's Attic and Create for Less. They are inexpensive and make a nice gift for a little girl. About eight years ago, I designed this little dress for the doll. I finally sat down and wrote out the pattern and will be putting it on my website as a free pattern.
This dress uses a very small amount of yarn and is great for leftover yarn. The one on the left is from Sugar n Cream cotton in a solid. I show the back so you can see that it's a wrap dress. Basically no finishing. Just a ribbon tie with a bow at the waist. The center dress is also Sugar n Cream but I used a print for the skirt and a solid for the bodice. The one on the right is from leftover yarn from a blanket. This is a wool/acrylic blend. I can't remember what brand that is. It was just a small amount in my stash.
I'll post as soon as I've added the pattern to my website. At that time, I'm also going to give away 5 Row Keeper Bracelets for Knitting in a clear and blue bead combination. The bracelets will go to the first five knitter's who send me a photo of the Dress completed. If you use a different doll that's okay. I have no connection to these dolls other than that I think they're cute and just the right size for small hands to carry and play with.
Have a great day!
Labels: doll dress pattern, Knitting, Sugar n Cream Cotton yarn, Yarn Stash