Primrose Peg Doll - Victorian Ladies Doll Knitting Pattern - 2013

Here is Primrose Peg Doll. This is a knitted peg doll and is dressed as a Victorian Lady. The dolls are knitted in Double Knitting Wool & Worked Flat. I have included an easy version for children (beginners) knitters. The easy version is knitted completely in garter stitch.

This pattern would suit Beginners.

This pattern can be bought as a PDF Digital Download from - Etsy, Love Crafts & Ravelry.

Victorian Peg Dolls Knitting Pattern
Blue Victorian Dress Peg Doll

Pink Dress Victorian Dress
Beginners Peg Doll Knitting Pattern
I took my inspiration from Princess Victoria, who as a child had a collection of 132 small dolls. She lived a lonely childhood at Kensington Palace before she inherited the British throne in 1837. She would make clothes and name the dolls after theatre characters & ladies from society.

The doll wears a tight bodice and full skirt which shapes out. One dress has a picot edge and another a flared version. The waist is pulled in which was the fashion at this time. A waist band is included and can be attached with or without a bow. The doll comes with a detachable bonnet. Hair and face features can be coloured in with pencil or paint.

The peg doll can be knitted in a couple of hours. She fits beautifully into a small tin and looks quite at home in a child's doll house.

Victorian Peg Dolls

Peg People

Blue Victorian Peg Doll

Victorian bonnet is detachable

Hem edging is in picot stitch

Beginners knitting pattern

Garter stitch peg doll

Easy knit pattern

Striped garter stitch skirt

Victorian bonnet is detachable

Victorian pink dress peg doll

Victorian bonnet is detachable

The pink dress has a flared skirt

Peg dolls for doll's houses

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Finished January 2013
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs