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King Henry VIII Doll Knitting Pattern
Method: Worked Flat
Wool: DK / Light Worsted/ 8ply
Knitting Needles: Single pointed 3mm / US 2½
Additional: Toy Stuffing & Tapestry Needle
Pattern includes abbreviations & their descriptions
A list of materials needed
Instructions on how to make up the doll
Easy to follow row by row instructions
The body & head are knitted all in one
The knitting pattern is an instant download
I am very happy for people to sell the finished doll in local community craft fairs & for local community charity. Please do not sell the finished doll or pattern on the internet.
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160 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
Love the EdithGraceDesign knitting patterns. The are so easy to do.
pattern looks easy to follow, quick download.
Lovely easy pattern my little Angel turned out beautiful and looked lovely on out tiny tree
Sadly I can't recommend this pattern. It contains several errors and woefully scant instructions on the making up. I had to watch loads of YT videos to do this. Shame, because my finished doll looks great, but that's because I used other sources and so it took ages.
Thank you for your review. You contacted me a couple of times about this pattern & I tried to help you, explaining some rows in great detail. You stated the pattern has lots of mistakes, it doesn't, even after explanation to you. The pattern is for Advanced knitters & written as a standard pattern & not a tutorial. The pattern contains K, P, K2tog, P2tog & a simple picot stitch, nothing in the pattern requires YT videos. The inclusion of beads is not possible with a crochet needle, as I explained, you just slide the bead from the back to the front of the work, so it finishes at the front. It was clear you were having great difficulty with the pattern, so I gave you a full refund last week. I wish you had put a photo of your finished doll on here, I would love to see your work. Many Thank Jo
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