The great thing about this spool knitted doll skirt pattern is it is so easily adaptable for any size doll. The doll skirt pattern dates back to 1909. Little girls today should have even more fun making skirts for their dolls with all of the new pretty colors and textures of yarn available.
This pretty crochet jacket pattern is over 90 years old, yet would be a fashionable addition to any modern wardrobe. This free crochet apparel pattern is made with “fourfold Germantown” yarn, best we can tell that is roughly equivalent to the typical four-ply acrylic yarns.
We haven’t tried this vintage pattern yet but have reviewed the pattern and it looks fairly straightforward. The pattern calls for Shetland Floss. Another site estimates that this is roughly equivalent to light fingerling yarn. Sorry, you’ll be a bit on your own on this one to determine the appropriate yarn/needle/finished size ratios. But hey, it’s a really cute little crochet hat and the pattern’s free.
A vintage spool knitting project that takes 2-post cording and uses it to create a flat mat.
Olive Squares is another vintage crochet doily pattern I’ve found. The original pattern designer suggests using this pattern to make a counterpane. To me, the pattern is interesting enough to be made into a doily or pillow cover.