Row1: ch 2, 10 hdc in 2nd ch from hook, join.
Row 2: ch 5, (dc in next, ch2) around and join in 3rd ch of ch 5. (10 dc & 10 sps)
Row 3: sl st into next space… Work 3dc into ever space with a ch 2 between them, join
Row 4: sl st to next dc, (ch 5, sc in next ch 2 space, ch 5, sc into central dc of next 3 dc grouping) around but end with ch 2, dc into beginning sc.
Row 5-6: sc in same space (ch 5, sc in next loop around but end with ch 2, dc into beginning sc.
Row 7: sc in same space, ch 10, skip one loop (ch 5 loop) and sc in next, (ch 5, sc in next) 9 times. Ch 10, skip one loop, sc in next, continue in ch 5 mesh to next to last stitch, ch 2, dc into beginning sc.
Row 8: ch 3, dc in same loop, ch 2, in chain 10 loop work (3 dc, ch 2) 3times, continue around working a 3dc group in every ch 5 loop with ch 2 between. Work the next ch 10 loop as for the first one. End with dc in the beginning loop and join to first dc
Row 9: ch 5, 2 dc in same stitch as join, *ch 2, in the centre dc of next group work shell of (2dc, ch 2, 2dc)* repeat around, end with ch 2, 1 dc into beginning stitch. Join in 3rd chain of 5
Row 10: sl st into ch space, ch 5, 2dc in same space, *ch 1, dc in next ch 2 space, ch 1, shell in next shell* repeat around and end with ch 1 dc in beginning space, join in 3rd chain of 5
Row 11: sl st into ch space, ch 5, 2dc in same space, ch 1, V-st (dc-ch1-dc) in next dc, *ch 1, shell in next shell, ch1, V-st in next dc * around and finish with dc in first space, join in 3rd chain of 5.
Row 12: sl st into ch space, ch 5, 2dc in same space, *ch 1, 3dc in V-st, ch 1, shell in shell,* around and end as usually.
Row 13: sl st into ch space, ch 5, 4dc in same space, *ch1, sc in centre dc of next 3dc group, ch 1, work (4dc, ch 2, 4dc shell) in next shell* around. End with 3 more dc into beginning space, join and break off. Tidy all ends.
Put the jacket on your doll and determine which points will be at centre front. Sew a pretty button on the point from row 12 that you have chosen. Be sure that it is large enough for the loop. The corresponding loop from row 12 is your button hole loop.
Copyright Darlene Cutler - 2007
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Edited by darski, 22 February 2012 - 05:32 PM.