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Kuklyandiya: Journal of "The Country Girl" (Little Dumpling Dolls by Jean Greenhowe)

Kuklyandiya: Journal of "The Country Girl" (Little Dumpling Dolls by Jean Greenhowe)

Pinner says: One of my favourite knitted toys received from my great aunt as a child. When I started knitting, I made a lot of Jean Greenhowe patterns. Haven't done so many lately but maybe I should: they are excellent ways to use up oddments.

Pinner says: One of my favourite knitted toys received from my great aunt as a child. When I started knitting, I made a lot of Jean Greenhowe patterns. Haven't done so many lately but maybe I should: they are excellent ways to use up oddments.

Dainty Dollies FREE Knitting Pattern by Jean Greenhowe / pdf file here: http://www.jeangreenhowe.com/Images/Dainty_Dollies.pdf

Dainty Dollies FREE Knitting Pattern by Jean Greenhowe / pdf file here: http://www.jeangreenhowe.com/Images/Dainty_Dollies.pdf

Knitted Santa Claus. Another Jean Greenhowe pattern, made for my lovely sister for Christmas 2013

Knitted Santa Claus. Another Jean Greenhowe pattern, made for my lovely sister for Christmas 2013

This quintet of cute characters couldn't be quicker or easier to make from scraps of yarn and stuffing. They are knitted in garter stitch (no increases or decreases) and with one nifty stitch they stand up by themselves, like magic! by Jean Greenhowe. Find the free PDF pattern here: link

This quintet of cute characters couldn't be quicker or easier to make from scraps of yarn and stuffing. They are knitted in garter stitch (no increases or decreases) and with one nifty stitch they stand up by themselves, like magic! by Jean Greenhowe. Find the free PDF pattern here: link

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