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In 2015, Britain celebrated the centenary of the story of Alice in Wonderland written by Lewis Carrol and illustrated by Sir John Tenniel. My pattern draws on the original Tenniel illustrations and I have depicted four of the main characters, dressing Sylvanian Families and Calico Critters in their style.

The patterns are not for the beginner! They all use a pair of 2 mm (US 0) needles and a selection of remnants of lightweight wool such as laceweight. Two lengths of stranded embroidery floss or crochet cotton will work well, plus a few tiny shirt buttons (such as are used on collar lapels.

You will need to be able to knit in two colours, work on miniature clothing and sew in quite a few ends! The end result is stunning and you will be able to read the story to children and act out the scenes with your dressed characters.

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Hazel Lorna of WoollyWoodlanders
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Scraps of thin yarn, doubled threads, crochet cotton, 2 threads pulled from stranded embroidery cotton will all work. A few beads for the crown.
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