Sasha Doll Pattern - Hat and Mitten-Scarf Knitting Pattern

For a while I have intended to put a knitting pattern for Sasha onto the Sasha Doll Style Blogspot.

This pattern is one that I created several years ago for Sasha.

It is not a "polished" pattern like I used to produce for selling but taken from my Sasha Knitting Pattern Notebooks. But I thought people who like knitting for Sasha might enjoy knitting it.

I shall add a new knitting pattern from time to time.

Hat Pattern

3 mm needles
3 mm 12" circular needle or set of 3 mm double pointed (dp) needles
4 ply wool in Main Colour (MC)
4 ply wool in Contrast Colour (CC)

This pattern also works beautifully using the self patterning sock yarn in which case you don't need to work the striped pattern but can use one yarn. The hat can be worked flat in which case the seam at the end should be at centre back. When worked in circular manner there is no seam.

Cast on 66 sts in MC, join into a round, being careful not to twist the sts.

Round 1: k1, p1 rib using MC
Round 2 & 3: k1, p1 rib using CC
Round 4 & 5: k1, p1 rib using MC
Repeat rounds 2, 3 and 4.

Working in stocking stitch (using dp/circular needle this is all knit sts) continuing in MC work until work measures 3 1/2" from the start of work.

Turn hat wrong side out. Divide sts onto 2 dp needles and cast off using 3 needle cast off or the seam can be joined using kitchener stitch on the right side.

Darn in any loose ends and turn hat right side out.

Knit 2 lengths of 3 stitch I-cord, 60 rows long. Sew onto outside corners of the hat in 3 loops.

Mitten-Scarf Pattern

Using 3 mm needles and 4 ply wool in MC and CC or a self patterning sock yarn.

Cast on 15 sts in MC

Row 1: p1, k1 rib using MC
Row 2: k1, p1 rib using CC
Row 3: p1, k1 rib using CC
Row 4: k1, p1 rib using MC
Rep rows 1-4

Keeping continuity in rib continue using MC until scarf measures 25" in length finishing with a k1, p1 rib row.

Rep Row 3
Rep Row 2
Rep Row 1
Rep Row 4
Rep Row 3
Rep Row 2
Rep Row 1

Next: cast off using MC.

Turn up ends so that the stripes are fully showing and making sure that enough of the scarf ends has been turned up to allow the sasha hands to fit in and to be covered. Sew the side seams and darn in loose ends so that they will be hidden inside the "mittens".
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9 Response to "Sasha Doll Pattern - Hat and Mitten-Scarf Knitting Pattern"

  1. Nikita Eileen says:
    22 February 2010 02:24

    The outfit is adorable...OMG!!!

  2. SewManyDolls says:
    22 February 2010 02:25

    Thanks for the knitting pattern. I am such a fan of all your beautiful knit outfits and your sense of color.
    sandy w.

  3. ptkw3925 says:
    22 February 2010 04:20

    Thanks for sharing this. As an admirer of your work I look forward to knitting these patterns.

  4. G&G says:
    22 February 2010 23:37

    Thanks so very much for sharing this pattern. Your work never ceases to amaze me with your wonderful choice of colors and fabrics. I need 24 more hours in each day to "create" all the items my Sasha crew are begging for!

  5. PrairiePosy says:
    24 February 2010 01:39

    Thanks so much for sharing your pattern, Nikki. It's adorable!


  6. Danielle says:
    30 August 2010 21:41

    Merci pour ces magnifiques modèles que vous nous offrez.
    danielle (France)

  7. Anonymous Says:
    28 November 2010 15:25

    Cute, I've just cast on!

  8. Anonymous Says:
    27 January 2013 13:54

    Thank you for this pattern- do you sell any of your other sewing or knitting patterns?

  9. Cindy M says:
    1 July 2013 16:29

    I love Sasha dolls. I am a seamstress and a "smocker" and make clothes for Sasha, but it has been many years since I did any knitting. This outfit is so precious, it has enticed me to get back to knitting. Thanks so much.

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