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{FREE} VALIANT : American Girl Doll Hooded Poncho Knitting Pattern

Grab this FREE American Girl Doll Knitting Pattern. This is a hooded poncho which I offer in a doll size plus 3 sizes for a little girl.


FREE Doll Poncho Knitting Pattern : Brome Fields


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:) About the Pattern:

  • Advanced beginner skill level
  • Size: Fits 18″ baby dolls + 3 sizes for little ones
  • The poncho is knit flat
  • The Hood is knit in the round and flat
  • Includes 4 written patterns, no charts

:) Materials Needed:

  • You’ll need an American Girl Doll, or one about her size.
  • Size US 13 {9mm} straight needles
  • Size US 13 {9mm} needles with 16″ {41cm} circular cable
  • Size US 13 {9mm} needles with 24″ {41cm} circular cable
  • Approximately 60 yards of a super bulky yarn {Doll Poncho}
  • Approximately 50 yards of a super bulky yarn {Doll Hood}
  • Approximately 300 yards of a super bulky yarn {Kid Poncho}
  • Approximately 80 yards of a super bulky yarn {Kid Hood}
  • {I used Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick Yarn, Cranberry}
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DOLL PONCHO PATTERN:

:) About:

  • Time it took me to knit: 3-4 hours
  • Dimensions {laying flat}: 7 1/2″ {19cm} tall x 14” {35cm} wide
  • Gauge: 9 sts & 14 rows per 4” {10cm} square {knit flat in the pattern below}
  • Size: Fits an 18” doll
  • Weight: 3.4 oz {95g}

:) Material:

  • Approximately 60 yards of a super bulky yarn
  • {I used Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick Yarn, Cranberry}
  • Size 13 {9mm} straight needles

:) Pattern:

  • CO 9 STS
  • Row 1: *K1, P1* K1, INC1
  • Row 2: *K1, P1* INC1
  • Row 3: *K1, P1* K1, INC1
  • Row 4: *K1, P1* INC1
  • Follow in pattern until you have 34 STS.
  • BO in pattern.
  • Repeat for the other side.
  • The front and the back are the same, there isn’t a wrong side.
  • Lay them on top of each other and sew up the side seams, not the cast-on and bind-off edges.

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DOLL HOOD PATTERN:

:) About:

  • Time it took me to knit: 1-2 hours
  • Dimensions {lying flat}: 8″ {20cm} tall x 6 1/4” {16cm} wide
  • Size: Fits an 18” doll
  • Gauge: 9 sts & 14 rows per 4” {10cm} square {knit flat in the pattern below}
  • Weight: 2.1 oz {60g}
  • Note: I leave the hood separate from the poncho

:) Material:

  • Approximately 50 yards of a super bulky yarn
  • I used Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick, Cranberry
  • Size 13 {9mm} needles with 16″ {41cm} circular cable

:) Pattern:

  • {starting in the round, bottom up}
  • CO 28 STS, PM, join in the round.
  • Round 1-2, 5-6: *K1, P1*
  • Round 3-4: *P1, K1*
  • Switch to knitting flat. For the first few rounds, leaving the stitch marker in place so you know where to switch back. After a few rounds you won’t need it anymore, you’ll be able to see when to turn your work.
  • Rows 7-8: *P1, K1*
  • Rows 9-10: *K1, P1*

  • Repeat rows 7-10, 6 times and then bind-off using the 3 needle bind-off technique.

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KID PONCHO PATTERN:

:) About:

  • Time it took me to knit: 4-6 hours
  • Gauge: 9 sts & 14 rows per 4” {10cm} square {knit flat in the pattern below}

:) Material:

  • Approximately 300 yards of a super bulky yarn
  • Size 13 {9mm} needles with a 36”+ circular cable

:) Pattern:

  • CO 13 {S}, 15 {M} or 17 {L} STS
  • {Note: I make them to where they fit comfortable over the head, so that the cast-on row starts at the middle point between my neck and shoulder on the left and ends at the middle point between my neck and shoulder on the right}
  • Row 1: *K1, P1* K1, INC1
  • Row 2: *K1, P1* INC1
  • Row 3: *K1, P1* K1, INC1
  • Row 4: *K1, P1* INC1
  • Follow in pattern until you have reached your desired length. BO in pattern.
  • {Note: I knitted mine until it reached the tip of my fingers. If you’re knitting this for a little one and they’re going to be trick-or-treating in it, you may want it a little shorter so they’re hands are easily accessible.}
  • Repeat for the other side.
  • The front and the back are the same, there isn’t a wrong side.
  • Lay them on top of each other and sew up the side seams, not the cast-on and bind-off edges.
  • I wear this with the seams in the front and back, so it’s longer in the front and back, not the sides.

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KID HOOD PATTERN:

:) About:

  • Time it took me to knit: 2-3 hours
  • Gauge: 9 sts & 14 rows per 4” {10cm} square {knit flat in the pattern below}
  • Note: I leave the hood separate from the poncho

:) Material:

  • Approximately 80 yards of a super bulky yarn
  • Size 13 {9mm} needles with 16″ {41cm} circular cable and/or
  • Size 13 {9mm} needles with 24″ {41cm} circular cable

:) Pattern:

  • {starting in the round, bottom up}
  • With size 13 {9mm} needles with 16″ {41cm} circular cable
  • CO 34 {S}, 36 {M} or 38 {L} STS, PM, join in the round.
  • Round 1-2, 5-6: *K1, P1*
  • Round 3-4: *P1, K1*
  • Switch to knitting flat. For the first few rounds, leaving the stitch marker in place so you know where to switch back. After a few rounds you won’t need it anymore, you’ll be able to see when to turn your work. Switch to a longer cable if you’d like.
  • Rows 7-8: *P1, K1*
  • Rows 9-10: *K1, P1*
  • Repeat rows 7-10, 8 times {until it comfortable meets at the top of the head} and then bind-off using the 3 needle bind-off technique.

:) Abbreviations:


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