Lattice Style Shawl for a Tiny Tear Sized Doll (16")

Here you will find a free knitting pattern for a lattice style shawl for tiny tears or an equivalent sized 16" doll.  The tiny tear shawl is simple to make and uses double knitting yarn and 4 mm needles.  Tassels can be added to the shawl in a complementary colour to add that bit of extra style, if required.


1 pair of 4mm needles
50g of DK yarn in main colour.
10g of complementary yarn for tassels if required.
1 x 3mm Crochet Hook

Tension 22sts or 28 rows to 10 cm, using stocking stitch on 4.0 mm needles



    Knit (number after it refers to how many stitches to knit)
Purl (number after it refers to how many stitches to purl)
Slip next stitch onto opposite needle without knitting it
Pass slip stitch over the next stitch and drop off needle.
    Knit next two stitches together (decreasing a stitch)
Knit next two stitches together (decreasing a stitch)
Make an additional stitch by passing the yarn over the needles in a forwards before next stitch (increasing a stitch)


Shawl (Make 1):

Using 4 mm needles, cast on 91 st .
Row 1: [K2tog, YFO] repeat to last stitch, K1
Row 2:  P2tog, Purl to last two stitches, P2tog

Repeat these 2 rows until only 3 stitches remain ending on a purl row 
Next row:  S1, K2tog, PSSO.  
Secure stitch and fasten off.

To make up:

Sew in all loose ends and secure.  

If tassels are required on the shawl, cut 4 cm lengths of yarn in the complementary colour and attach to the garment using the crochet hook.  Fold the desired number of yarn (shawl in image has 2 lengths of yarn per tassel).  Place the crochet hook through the work from front to back of the work.  Catch hold of the central loop of the yarn and pull partially through to the front of the work.  Using the crochet thread hook through the central loop and catch hold of the free ends of the yarn.  Pull these ends through the central loop and pull tight.