Anne Boleyn Doll Knitting Pattern

Anne Boleyn C1501 to 1536 - A Tudor Queen Doll - Beginners Knitting Pattern

The doll is 13.5cms tall, knitted in Double Knitting Wool & Worked Flat. The 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 Knitting, Makerist, & Ravelry.

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Anne Boleyn 


Anne Boleyn was the second wife of Henry VIII, an English Tudor King. She was born C1501, in Blickling Hall, Blicking, Norfolk, UK.

In 1522, Anne was sent to the Royal Court to become a lady-in-waiting for Henry's first wife, Catherine of Aragon.
Catherine was unable to produce an heir for the King, he appealed to Pope Clement VII, to annul his marriage, so he could marry Anne.

This was not granted, so Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic Church & declared himself to be the head of the Anglican Church.

King Henry VIII
Anne & Henry married in secret, Anne was already expecting her first child. Elizabeth, later to become Queen Elizabeth I, was born in 1533. Following two more miscarriages, Henry felt his marriage was a curse. Henry VIII started an affair with Jane Seymour, Anne's lady-in-waiting & wanted to end his marriage to Anne.

Anne was accused of adultery & witchcraft. She was eventually imprisoned. On the 19th May, 1536, Anne was executed at The Tower of London.

Catherine of Aragon

Henry VIII was an English Tudor King. He was born at Greenwich Palace, London on the 28th June 1491.

Henry had six wives:
Catherine of Aragon - Spanish - Divorced
Anne Boleyn - English - Beheaded
Jane Seymore - English - Died
Anne Cleeves - Flemish-Belgian - Divorced
Catherine Howard - English - Beheaded
Catherine Parr - English - Outlived Henry

Henry died, aged 55 years old, on 28th January 1547 at St. James's Palace, London.
Henry VIII was inspired to write 'Greensleeves' because of this dress

Anne wears a Tudor head dress

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The kirtle & gown are knitted separately




















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Finished - November 4th 2018
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