Jane Austen Doll - Pride & Prejudice Elizabeth Bennet - Doll Knitting Pattern- 2015



This is Elizabeth Bennet from Jane Austen's Classic Book - Pride & Prejudice. 

She is 20cm tall, knitted in Double Knitting Wool & Worked Flat. 

The legs, body & head are knitted all in one.

This pattern would suit a Beginner.

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


Jane Austen was an English novelist, born 1775 in Steventon, UK, she is known for her six major novels.

Sense & Sensibility - 1811
Pride and Prejudice - 1813
Mansfield Park - 1814
Emma - 1816
Northanger Abbey & Persuasion - published posthumously in 1818

Jane died, aged 41 years old in 1817 and is buried in Winchester Cathedral, UK.

Elizabeth Bennet wears a blue Empire Line Gown, the skirt is high waisted and fits under the bust. Elizabeth wears a shawl.

I have used Sirdar Softspun, a Luxury Soft DK wool for the dress. You can use a standard DK wool.

Empire line dress
Elizabeth wears a shawl





Regency Dress



Regency Lady



Jane's Cottage, Chawton - August 2018
Copyright Joanna Marshall

In 1809 Jane moved to Chawton village, near Alton, Hampshire, to live in a large cottage with her sister and mother. This cottage was owned by her brother, Edward. It was part of his estate, Chawton House. The house is just a short walk from the cottage.

The Austen's are buried in the local church graveyard. Jane Austen is buried in Winchester Cathedral.

The cottage is now the 'Jane Austen Museum', and is a must for all Austen fans.
Jane Austen Museum - August 2018
Copyright Joanna Marshall

Jane Austen Museum - August 2018
Copyright Joanna Marshall

Chawton House, Near Alton, Hampshire - August 2018
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Chawton House, it is thought Jane may of wrote her novels here 
Copyright Joanna Marshall - 2018

A view from the alcove of Chawton Church
Copyright Joanna Marshall - 2018

Our rescue dog, enjoying the long walks and woods around Chawton 
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Chawton Church - Jane Austen
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Finished January 2016
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs

Menet 1300BC - An Ancient Egyptian Princess Doll Knitting Pattern - 2015

This is Menet, an Ancient Egyptian Princess Doll - 1300 BC. 

Menet is a knitted Egyptian doll, is 28cms tall, knitted in Double Knitting Wool & Anchor Artiste Metallic Gold & Red Thread. 

This knitting pattern is Worked Flat. The legs, body & head are knitted all in one.

This pattern would suit a Beginner.

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

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An Ancient Egyptian Princess
Linen was the most popular material used for Ancient Egyptian clothing. It was comfortable & kept the wearer cool, due to the desert heat.

Clothes were decorated with jewels, regardless of social standing. Those who could not afford jewels would use coloured stones or coloured pottery beads.

Women wore lots of jewellery - necklaces, earrings, rings, bracelets & neck collars.

Egyptians did not wear shoes, they mostly went about their day bare footed. However, they did wear sandals on special occasions.

I have used a soft baby wool for the dress & cape. This seems to fit well to the body. I have used Gutermann Metalic Thread for the collar, head piece, waist sash & bracelets.



Finished December 2015
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs

St. Lucia Christmas Doll Knitting Pattern - 2015



This is my little St. Lucia Christmas Doll

She is 20cms tall, knitted Double Knitting Wool & Worked Flat.

The legs, body & head are knitted all in one.

This pattern would suit a Beginner.

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

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St Lucia
In Sweden, St. Lucia's Day (St. Lucy), is celebrated on December 13th. When monks arrived in Sweden, they brought Christianity stories. St. Lucia was a 3rd century martyr. Her story told how she brought food & aid to Christians. She used a candle lit wreath to light her way, to leave her hands free in order to carry as much food as possible.


The doll can be used as a toy, be hung on a Christmas tree or be used as part of a Christmas display.