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If you like to crochet doll clothing, then this project is for you. This is a guide about crocheted slippers for American Girl doll.
I make very simple dresses for American Girl Dolls by reusing the elastic cuffs from blouses I don't wear any more. By hemming them at around 9 or so inches, all you have to do is add simple straps and you have a pull on summer dress. It doesn't get any easier than that! The other cuff could become a purse or simple hat.
Making crochet doll clothing accessories is usually quick, fun, and easy. Even the doll's owner may be able to make some too.
This is a guide about making a crocheted dress for an American Girl doll. Make your own American Girl doll dress by crocheting it.
This is a guide about making a crocheted headband for an American girl doll. Accessorize your child's favorite doll with this pretty headband.
Your child's doll will look cute with this easy to make headband. This is a guide about making a crochet bowband for an American Girl doll.
Dress up your American Girl doll or any 18" doll with this pretty wrist corsage. This is a guide about crocheted wrist corsage for an American Girl doll.
Keep you doll warm with this cute, easy to make crochet cowl. This is a guide about American Girl doll crocheted cowl pattern.
This is a guide about making crocheted fingerless gloves for an American Girl doll. These tiny little gloves are a perfect gift for any girl, that has an American Girl or similar doll.
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I'm looking for a quick and easy sweater pattern for an American girl doll and its 7 year old owner, my niece. Any thoughts on where to find a good one? I was thinking something knit with bulky yarn would be great, but I'm having no luck finding a pattern. Does anyone have a favorite that they'd be willing to share?
By Katie M
Try looking on the yarn company web sites, ie. Lion Brand, Red Heart, etc.
The girls sweater will be easy to find, but the doll you could just make a "T" shape, and sew under the arms and down the torso style maybe. I am only a brand-brand new knitter so I haven't tried anything this technical. Would the yarn stores in your area be able to advise you on the doll sweater?
Another idea that my Mom did years ago, was to just cut up an old purchased sweater and sew/zigzag the seams. (I've seen instr. somewhere on how to do this to make mittens for us big girls and boys too. makes the ribbing at the wrist and everything.) Good Luck! Happy knitting!