Your Amelia Thimble, and her friend Izzy, can now have all the dresses their little hearts’ desire. My knitting pattern for their a-line and party dress is now available on my website. Even if you don’t have these dolls these dresses make the cutest ornaments, miniatures, room box decorations, or simply hang them on branches in a vase. Let your imagination go wild! But be forewarned, they are addictive! For inspiration, here is the link to Amelia Thimble’s album on Flickr.
You’ll only need small bits of lace weight yarn to make these teeny tiny dresses. You can embellish them with embroidery, lace, ribbons. Have fun! Once you get going on them you can probably get all of your hand made gifts made in no time.
In case you missed my first knitting pattern, Classic Cardigan, for Dianna Effner’s Little Darling dolls go here to check that one out.
Pattern is available as a pdf digital pattern; you’ll need a pdf reader application installed on your computer. Go to my website and click on the “Shop Patterns” tab.
Once you complete your Paypal payment, I will send the pattern as an attachment to your email address. Please make sure I have your correct email for sending the pattern to. There are no shipping charges and the pattern can be sent anywhere as long as you have an email address.
This pattern can be purchased on Ravelry.
Ok, I just bought your adorable pattern. Maybe it will magically knit itself? It is all Izzy’s fault. She is sitting here in her night gown looking at me and wishing for something else to put on. She arrived this morning. By the way, she is much easier to pose than her buddy Amelia. She can sit and stand and her head doesn’t open up and her wig fall off. She looks great with blue eyes and that redish hair. She came with a tiny little Smurf too.
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Hi Joy. Wouldn’t that be nice! Leave the yarn, needles, and pattern out before bedtime and maybe those little Brownies will come by and work their magic.
I’m glad you got a good Izzy; she sounds adorable. Mine has her problems, like my dear Amelia. They are both so cute though…
When you start knitting I’d recommend the Kf&b increases. I made one this weekend (to make sure it worked), and it’s much easier. The increases are noticeable, but not too bad.
Will you make a pattern for a Kish Riley doll, too?
I would really love that.
Thank’s a lot
Thanks for the request, Katjush. I will keep little Riley in mind. I made her a Christmas dress last year and the poor neglected dear looked pretty darned cute.
Thank you for the patterns Cindy. I hope to get back to knitting sometime late November or December, Londa
You’re welcome, Yolanda. I hope you enjoy knitting my patterns. Thanks for giving them a try.
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I bought the pattern yesterday, and … so marvelous, I was able to knit a little dress.
Yeeees ! A thousand of thank you dear Cindy to have write so helpful pattern, and as you’ve probably noticed, my english is not “perfect”; also I’m not an experienced knitter, but I took the time to read everything before to begin. I’m so glad !! From a long time I follow your works, when I saw your pattern for sale, I couldn’t believed my eyes ! Thank you very-very much, you make me so happy! Maybe a little hat pattern for next ? 😉
Simply, big hug !
Oh my goodness, Colette! You are so sweet! Hearing that you are able to create a little dress from my pattern truly makes my day!!! Thank you so very much for letting me know. I will keep a pattern for hats in mind. Have a great day, Colette!