Dress Up Your Doll: Sensational Outfits for 18" Dolls

Dress Up Your Doll: Sensational Outfits for 18" Dolls

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By (author) Lise Nymark

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  • Publisher: Search Press Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 104 pages
  • Dimensions: 198mm x 270mm x 10mm | 399g
  • Publication date: 5 October 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Tunbridge Wells
  • ISBN 10: 1844488519
  • ISBN 13: 9781844488513
  • Illustrations note: 61 colour
  • Sales rank: 68,492

Product description

Suitable for 12in, 15in and 18in dolls, the patterns include a great range of dresses, trousers, hair bands, sweaters, hats, scarves and shoes. If you are looking for a special party dress, a winter outfit, a dancing tunic or special prince or princess costume, you will find them here, with instructions too for a selection of unusual garments including a safari dress, hat and bag and three fun pirate outfits. 90 gorgeous patterns and 33 outfits to knit and crochet Over 60 beautiful photographs Includes needle and yarn conversion charts

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Author information

Lise Nymark is a trained teacher of arts and crafts at Oslo University. She runs various courses and teaches workshops in needlecraft, knitting and patchwork. Lise also works as a freelance textile designer and designs knitting, crochet and sewing products, working with yarn and fabric suppliers. She also writes for craft magazines.

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Dress up your 12" to 18" dolls in this wide range of knitted and crocheted outfits. There is something for every occasion from fun to formal, and from simple to more complex according to ability. I think that my favorite features of this book are the wonderful staged photographs showing dolls clad in their new clothes doing various things. Dolls in pirate outfits play on a beach, others wearing winter outfits are in the snow with a snowman, or tracking through the long grass on a walk. These are not Barbie type dolls but the more traditional type of stockier toy more like a baby doll, only mostly with hair (there are a few baby outfits too). This book was originally published in Norway, so expect the yarns mentioned to be different although any yarn crafter worth their salt ought to be able to find something to substitute. Hooks and needles are given in both UK and US sizes, and patterns are in word format with a few charts. The level of expertise would be improvers upwards, but the patterns vary in complexity. It is an imaginative mix of everyday costumes and those for best, or for playing make believe. Some dolls sport everyday children's clothes, others are dressed in party best or as explorers, pirates, fairytale characters or a 20s flapper. There are accessories too such as a fairytale tent for a princess, toy monkey for the safari section, bunting for the party etc. adding to the fun. There is no index which I found frustrating when looking for something in particular, and anybody wanting a couple of "refresher course" pages of stitches had better look elsewhere. Overall this is a good book that does what it says on the cover, i.e. provide patterns for dolls clothes.-Myshelf.com