Login or Register      
Navbar button Top Crochet Patterns Search Button
Purplelinda-March
Purplelinda-March

Jane Doll: Her Beret & Bag

Excuse us crocheters, but as you know... we love knitting too! The marvellous Jane Doll appeared in issue 89 of Let's Get Crafting: Knitting & Crochet, and we've got her accessories here for you to make...

Jane Doll: Her Beret & Bag

Jane Doll Beret

BERET
Using 3mm needles and Yarn E cast on 36 sts
Rows 1-3 (ws): k
Row 4: kfb in each st to end. 72 sts
Rows 5-13: st st
Row 14: (k5, sl2tog kwise, k1, psso, k4) to end. 60 sts
Row 15 and every odd-numbered row: p
Row 16:
(k4, sl2tog kwise, k1, psso, k3) to end. 48 sts
Row 18: (k3, sl2tog kwise, k1, psso, k2) to end. 36 sts
Row 20: (k2, sl2tog kwise, k1, psso, k1) to end. 24 sts
Row 22: (k1, sl2tog kwise, k1, psso) to end. 12 sts
Row 24: (k2tog) to end. Six sts
Row 26: rep Row 24. Three sts
Transfer sts onto double-pointed needle and work i-cord of two rows
Cut yarn leaving a long tail, thread tail onto tapestry needle and thread through rem sts, fasten off

Jane Doll Scottie Dog Bag

SCOTTIE DOG BAG
Using 2.5mm needles and Yarn D cast on 24 sts
Row 1 (WS): p
Row 2: (k1, m1, k10, m1, k1) twice. 28 sts
Row 3: p
Bag Chart A is placed in foll rows using Intarsia technique and st st. Beg at bottom-right corner
Row 4: k2, work Bag Chart A, k15
Row 5: p15, work Bag Chart A, p2
Rows 6-15: rep Rows 4-5 five times
Rows 16-17: st st
Row 18: k7, yoh, k2tog, k to end
Row 19: p
Cast off

Chart A
Chart A

Handle
Using 3mm needles and Yarn D cast on 60 sts
Row 1 (WS): k to end
Cast off

To Make Up
Using Bag Chart B, work collar detail in ds. Sew side and bottom edges of bag tog. Attach each end of bag handle to top edge of bag with a couple of sts. Sew button on inside back of bag, matching it up with buttonhole

Chart B
Chart B

My Knitted Doll

For the full project, turn to p56 in issue 89 of Let’s Get Crafting: Knitting & Crochet. This project has been adapted from My Knitted Doll by Louise Crowther (£15.99, David & Charles).

More from Top Crochet Patterns blog

St Patrick’s Day Projects
St Patrick’s Day Projects

Whether you're Irish or not, it seems that St Patrick's Day is a celebration we all try to get involved in. With just a few days to go until the festivities begin, we've compiled a list of knitting and crochet patterns with the St Paddy's Day theme for you to try!

9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It
9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It

Food is something everyone can appreciate. Whether it be a salad or a hot dog, a bar of chocolate or a bowl of fruit – we can't get enough! Therefore, we've decided to share with you the best in crochet food, so if you're struggling to diet, have a go at these stunning creations to ease your appetite.

Yarn Shop Day Cheat Sheet
Yarn Shop Day Cheat Sheet

Yarn Shop Day 2017 is just around the corner on the 6th May 2017, and we're so excited! Whether it's free patterns, woolly treats, goodie bags, or crafty camaraderie you're after, we don't want you to miss any of it. Download our Cheat Sheet below to help guide you through the day and what you can expect to find...

9 Crochet Projects For Mother’s Day
9 Crochet Projects For Mother’s Day

There's always so much pressure to please on Mother's day, especially if you have siblings. Competition can be fierce between who has the best gift or spent the most, when in reality most mums are happy just to get a chance to sit down, relax and enjoy a cup of tea without being nagged! Stand out from your siblings this Mother's day by being original and making your mum a crocheted project. She'll not only be grateful of your effort, but she'll also be amazed at your skills - you'll be the favourite child this year!

ISSUE 89 SNEAK PEEK
ISSUE 89 SNEAK PEEK

Issue 89 is finally here and we've got so many exciting projects for you to sink your needles and hooks into. Try adorable animals or craft treats for yourself and even have a giggle at our weird and wonderful feature – you won't believe your eyes!

Page {curent_page} of 44