Left to right: Her short T-shirt was cut from the toe of a rayon sock, using Pattern 110D. All edges finished with narrow hem and zig-zag stitch. 

The white dress started out as a fold-over woman's cotton sock top, mostly ribbing. Pattern 110D was used as a guide, but the neckline was cut straight across, and the sock slit to make the armholes. Both were narrow hemmed with a zig-zag stitch, and the lower hem was stretched and zig-zagged to make a "lettuce" hem.

The purple dress was the top of a child's sock, with the ribbing at the neck edge. Pattern 110D was used as a guide, but the neckline was not cut out. The sock was slit at the sides to form armholes, which were narrow hemmed with a zig-zag stitch. The top ribbing was folded over to form a turtle neck, and then the shoulder seams were stitched to hold the collar in place. The lower edge was finished with a zig-zag stitched hem. 


Left to right: Her 2-piece dress was made from a rayon sock. The sock ribbing forms the waist of the skirt; a long tapering dart was stitched on each side to fit the doll's waist, and the skirt was finished with a narrow zig-zag stitched hem. The top, cut from Pattern 110D but shorter, was finished with narrow zig-zag hems. 

The white lacy top was a nylon sock top (Pattern 110D), with neck and armhole edges finished with narrow zig-zag stitched hems. 

The flouncy black 2-piece dress was a patterned nylon sock; the skirt and top hems were "lettuced", with the sock ribbing forming the skirt waist (no darts needed with this sock). The neck and armhole hems were zig-zagged in place. 

 These garments were made from sweaters which had had an unfortunate encounter with the dryer. Left to right: Her cashmere sweater and skirt used the original lower hem ribbing as hems on skirt and sweater, and pieces of the ribbing were used, single layer, as neck and wrist ribbing. His grey pullover was similarly cut, and the navy cardigan used the sweater ribbing at waist and sleeve hems. Patterns used: 110A & 140F, 210 A & 210F.