One year for Christmas my Mom made me, along with a couple of other young girls, a plethora of handmade Barbie Clothes, and as you can imagine, I was in awe. Although some were knit, some were crochet, and a lot of them some were sewn, all of them were fabulous and have stood the test of time.
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Knitting for Barbie and other fashion dolls can be really easy and a lot of fun. The projects are small, work up really quick, are great stash busters, and you get the added bonus of gift giving that like in my case, will last a lifetime. Also, you’ll find that Barbie is perhaps a lot more appreciative of receiving knitted goods for gifts than say, your Sister in Law.
Easy Knitted Barbie Clothes Scarf Pattern
This is too easy really. The scarf is worked in stockinette stitch, which means that you knit one row, and then purl one row. Again, it’s Barbie sized, therefore it’s pretty small and will work up quickly. Although using stockinette stitch on just a few rows can cause the item to curl up on itself, which is perfect for a scarf. However, to have your finished scarf lie flat, just fold it against the roll a few times, and it should keep.
Easy Barbie Scarf Pattern
- Worsted Weight Yarn ( use anything from your stash!)
- Size 4 mm knitting needles
- Darning needle
- Cast on 30 sts
- Row 1 (right side) : knit
- Row 2 (wrong side) : purl
- Repeat Rows 1 & 2, two more times. You will have six rows completed, and you’ll be finishing with a purl row
- Bind off all stitches, cutting the yarn and securing the last stitch. Next, weave in and then trim ends.
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