Wednesday, 10 September 2014

A TEAROOM Doll Hat...new knitting pattern

A last minute 'click' of the camera but it captured a little bit 
of unexpected magic and so it's become the cover for the new pattern...

This is a quick post today for everyone who has inquired
about the little hat pattern...
'A  TEAROOM Doll Hat'
is now available 
from the TEAROOM Shop here
or
from Mary Jane's TEAROOM on Ravelry here
(the pattern can also be saved to your Ravelry library)

(This is Layla wearing her new hat)

To celebrate the launch of the new knitting pattern...


a 50% discount has been automatically applied for a limited period
... a thank you to everyone who has bought

(and made the dolls feel so welcome around here!)
For any customers who prefer to purchase on 
ETSY 
the new pattern will be available tomorrow...   

Created using the same

which is used to make the TEAROOM dolls
and so it will be perfect to make hats and flowers with leftover yarn 
from those projects
There are over 220 shades of this lovely yarn available
 and several shades have been included in the pattern for ideas.

...the pattern includes the following...
1. A Hat to knit 'in the round'
2. A Hat to knit 'flat and seamed'
3. A Knitted Flower
4. A Crochet Flower
5. A Stripy Hat (worked both ways)

Basic knitting skills are required for working
'flat and seamed' or 'in the round and seamless'
(Crochet Flower is created using a magic ring (sliding loop/yarn ring/magic loop!)
... perfect for achieving a tight, neat centre to a flower...
Pattern has written crochet instructions plus a simple symbol chart 
along with UK/ US abbreviations)

Instructions are also given for 'felting' finished flowers
(very easy)

For anyone who purchases the pattern
please don't hesitate to contact me if there are any problems
downloading your pattern or adding the discount code
(You can contact me here, on Facebook or Ravelry)

Have fun x

** UPDATE ....Now available on ETSY
(discount has been automatically applied)

 ♥ 

Back soon
(with more news and latest projects)
(and my new yarn swift!)

Take care until next time
(and thank you as always for calling by :-) )

 X   



28 comments:

  1. ¡¡¡¡ Me gusta mucho !!!!!! Una pregunta ¿ Vende la muñeca ya realizada? ¿ O solo vende patrones? Para hacerla yo lo veo muy difícil , son tan bonitas que he pensado que igual a veces las vende hechas ¿No? Tiene unas manos de artista y las fotos son maravillosas ...¡de cuento!

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    1. Thank you so much Karmen for the lovely comments :-)...Unfortunately, I don't have any finished dolls available at the moment as it takes so much of my time putting the patterns together but may do in the future x

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  2. So cute ! I'm knitting Fifi the mouse, the pattern is good explained. Thanks !
    Greetings,
    Martine

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    1. Thank you Martine...that's lovely to hear :-)....hope you have lots of fun making Fifi...x

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  3. She's such a cute little doll...and love the hat.

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  4. just love Layla and her little hat, the pastel colours are lovely. Did I tell you I knitted myself a 4ply fairisle jumper way back around 1980 with Jamieson's Shetland wool?

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  5. It's beautiful Susan, just what every pretty little doll needs! :)
    V x

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  6. Layla is looking so adorable in her new hat :) Your photos are all so beautiful!!
    It always gives me so much pleasure to visit your lovely blog ♥ ♥ Hugs Vicky ♥ ♥

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  7. As always wonderful...so much so I'd like one for myself LOL!!!

    keep well

    Amanda x

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  8. Thanks for the lovely new hat pattern, it really sets of the doll to perfection.

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  9. I just love the teeny-tiny delicateness of the 'props' and things in your photos - so, so cute!!!
    Carly
    x

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  10. Maravillosa, Layla, dulce, amorosa, un encanto.
    Tus muñecas enamoran.
    Besos.

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  11. Oh she's just gorgeous, Susan. As for her hat, (the pink one, naturally), would it be wrong for me to want one just the same, for myself?! I'm learning to knit so perhaps, one day, I might just be able to make one!

    Heather xx

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    1. Thank you Heather...and I definitely think a hat for yourself should be added to your 'to-do' list :-) ...(so happy to hear that you're learning to knit! )..x

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  12. Layla is such a cute doll and the new hat is just the perfect accessory !

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  13. How sweet are these photos, I ask you? Just lovely. And all that Cath Kidston inpsired goodness.....
    Best,
    Sheila
    http://sheilazachariae.blogspot.com/2014/09/holiday-knitting-and-crocheting-part-1.html

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  14. The little hats are adorable.

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  15. What a lovely surprise, the little dolls and hat pattern are perfect, great design as always love all your updates. Thank you.

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  16. SWEET SUSAN! Hello! I so love these hats! Gentle, soft, so small and precious....everything you make is adorable. And it's so lovely to see a new post from you!

    I started school a week early this year on August 25, and here we are into September and the weather has cooled off. A little hat like this is just what any doll (or stuffed animal)would want!

    Wishing you a fantastic fall. LOVE! Anita

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  17. Absolutely precious, Susan...you are immensely talented. And congratulations on the success of your patterns.

    Blessings,
    Marianne

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  18. Oh dear Susan, how kind of you to come by. Thank you!

    That hat....darling, darling....have a super day! Anita

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  19. Oh my that is such a pretty hat, so vintage, it's adorable. x

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  20. This little hat pattern is so so sweet, Susan! I love it, and of course I adore the dolls and hope to have one myself one day! You make such lovely things it is always a treat to visit here.
    Happy weekend!
    Helen xox

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  21. Such a darling little hat for such sweet little dolls.. oh how I wish I had one! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  22. Amei conhecer o seu blog, já fiquei por aqui!!!Achei maravilhoso!!!Visite-me:http://algodaotaodoce.blogspot.com.br/
    Siga-me e pegue o meu selinho!!!

    Obrigada.

    Beijos Marie.

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  23. I really wish I could knit like you!!! Pretty pretty!

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