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Purple Pukifee Doll Sweater

This is part of a trade for Rosslyn.


I found this pattern on Ravelry.


I wasn't sure which of her dolls would get it, but Selby claimed this one.


Selby got the first sweater I ever knitted as well. I shouldn't have been surprised.


Back shot!


And the completed outfit!

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