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Just Like Me Knits: Matching Patterns for Kids and Their Favorite Dolls

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Sweet Little Knits for Kids and Their Dolls

Little ones love to dress just like their favorite dolls or stuffed animals. In Just Like Me Knits, Brandy Fortune shows you how to create nineteen modern projects for children, with nineteen matching projects for 15-to-18-inch toy figures, perfect for Bamboletta and other popular dolls. Knit everyday favorites such as a striped r
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ebook, 160 pages
Published April 23rd 2013 by Potter Craft (first published January 1st 2013)
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Stefanie Girard
Jun 17, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This book is so cute! I have sewn quite a few outfits for 18 inch dolls over the years for the little girls in my family but I've never knit anything for them. I have a handful of crocheted Aminekos and I am looking forward to making some of the cute projects in this book for them.

There is a great variety of projects in the book so no mater what little kid and their little best friend you want to make something for they will get a kick out of these adorable projects for sure!
Catherine
Jul 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I wish I had the time to knit everything in this book!
Linda
Dec 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: nonfiction
I found a new obsession with this book...Waldorf Dolls! I picked this book up for the knitting ideas of children's clothing and discovered that the dolls in the book were very unique. I started to research the doll makers listed in the back of the book and wow! I am hooked.. My granddaughter and I are accumulating supplies to try making our first doll. These dolls are very expensive to purchase and the clothes and patterns as well. This book gives you the patterns for the doll clothes and matchi ...more
J
Dec 31, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Super!

This book starts as a great resource for knitting clothes for many types of dolls. There are instructions for many adjustments. Then, the book is also filled with some great basic pieces for any child and doll pair. There are also a few neat patterns for more advanced knitters.
Rachael Lauritzen
Sep 18, 2013 rated it really liked it
Fun patterns, though the shrug pattern was worded a little confusingly in a couple of places. Fantastic for the 16" soft dolls or Waldorf dolls, which are a nice alternative to American Girl.
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