Even Smaller!-Knitted Woodland Hoodlet For 10-12" Dolls

I am pretty much obsessed with the Woodland Hoodlet pattern by Tiny Owl Knits.

I have completed a human sized version, then a 1/3 doll version, and immediately progressed to attempting a 1/4 doll version.  So far, so good!

I am using size 2 US needles, and the same yarn I used for the 1/3 version, just held single strand this time.  After already doing the pattern twice, it is even easier to follow, and going even quicker despite the size reduction.

I have completed the front section already, and now the back and hood remain.  Those have minor cabling compared to the front, so I fully expect to be able to finish this version in the next day or so.

And then, the next attempt will be even smaller, hopefully for 12" fashion dolls.  :D

Here is the completed front section on my 10" Bambicrony Lottie sculpt BJD.  I think this will be a good fit on her, although her shoulders are a bit narrower than my Tonner Patsy.  (Our cat, Steven Monster, lounges in the background, as he frequently does.)

Here is the completed front section on my 10" Bambicrony Lottie sculpt BJD.  I think this will be a good fit on her, although her shoulders are a bit narrower than my Tonner Patsy.  (Our cat, Steven Monster, lounges in the background, as he frequently does.)

Here is the front section sized up against my 10" Tonner Patsy.  It looks like it will be a good fit on her so far.

Here is the front section sized up against my 10" Tonner Patsy.  It looks like it will be a good fit on her so far.

After casting on, and five cable sections into the front.

After casting on, and five cable sections into the front.

The front section is complete.

The front section is complete.