Tuesday, January 15, 2013

presenting Bria

  With current weather conditions giving us a warmer temperatures, with more green and no real snow to speak of, my thoughts quickly turned to spring, in particular Saint Patrick's Day, as I find the traditional sweaters so inspirational.

So with pen to paper and knitting needles ready I designed a unique two in one knitting pattern for the popular American Girl Dolls and the comparable 18" Gotz Dolls.

 

Presenting Bria, the pattern includes both a sweater and cardigan version, featuring a flattering shawl collar neckline along with textured stitches, all formatted into an easy to read pattern that offers line-by-line written instructions , so here are three of my Gotz girls to show and tell

 a shawl collared sweater and cardigan knitting pattern 
designed to fit American Girl Dolls and 18in Gotz dolls














































4 comments:

  1. I love your patterns! I wish this kind of thing would have been available when my girls were young and had their American Girl dolls, but that was back in the prehistoric days before Ravelry. :-)

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  2. Thank you so much . .I feel very blessed finding ravelry, your girls may have grown, but that doesn't mean you cannot own a doll for yourself :)))

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  3. I love your designs. I am working on Brie and hit a snag that I am hoping you can help me with. I am a fairly new knitter so when it came time to do the cowl I did a search on how to pick up and knit stitches. I got confused because all the directions go from right to left but if I am reading your directions correctly you go left to right. Can you explain it to me? I can't wait to give this to my granddaughter. Thanks

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  4. Hi Dana . . . having a hard time replying to you, so please feel free to contact me via my email address, debonair@tekayintl.com

    As far as my instruction go, simply follow what I have written and it will all make sense, the reason for picking up the way I stated is to create the shawl collar . . thanks Deb

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I would love to hear from you, please feel free to contact me with your comments and questions. Thank you for looking over my site and your shared interests ~ Deborah

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