Knitted Nativity Set - Angel Gabriel, Mary, Joseph & Baby Jesus Doll Knitting Pattern

 
 Here is Angel Gabriel, Mary, Joseph & Baby Jesus Dolls. They are 13cms tall, knitted in Double Knitting Wool & Worked Flat.

This pattern would suit a Beginner. The Angel pattern is written in English & French.

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The Angel is knitted in Sirdar Snuggly Pearls DK which gives a little sparkle. I have also used Hayfield Bonus DK.

Mary has been knitted in blue, with a little colour in the skirt, as was worn by Hebrew women during this time. She also has a head shawl & of course carries Baby Jesus.

Joseph is wearing the natural colours as worn by Hebrews of that time. He has a tunic, waist band & over coat.

I have used Sirdar Snuggly Pearls DK & Hayfield Bonus DK.






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Knitted Nativity

Mary & baby Jesus Dolls

Baby Jesus Doll

Joseph Doll




Christmas Nativity

Christmas Angel

Christmas Doll















 
Finished December 2014 - Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs

WW1 Red Cross Nurse Doll & Florence Nightingale Doll Knitting Pattern

This is Clara - A WWI Red Cross Nurse & Florence Nightingale. Clara & Florence are 20cms tall, knitted in Double Knitting Wool & Worked Flat. The legs, body & head are knitted all in one.

This pattern would suit a Beginner.

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It is 2014 & during this year, in the U.K, we are remembering & commemorating those who served in World War I - 1914 to 1918. Paul Cummins & Tom Piper designed Red Poppies & these were placed outside in the moat of the Tower of London. 888,246 were made, representing each English Military soldier who died during the conflict.
Tower of London with a moat full of Poppies
I visited the The Tank Museum, Boverington, Dorset, U.K, in July 2014. There was a very poignant exhibition of the life in the trenches. It was very moving & this is where I bought a book.
The Tank Museum - Boverington, Dorset, U.K

'The Backwash of War' by Ellen N. La Motte. 'The Human Wreckage of the Battlefield as Witnessed by an American Nurse'. She was one of many inspirational women nurses at that time. My mother is also a nurse, nursing is a true vocation for my mother. She is also a member of The Red Cross & recently received her 20 years of service 'Red Cross Medal'. All this was the inspiration I needed to design Clara!





 
 
 


 
Red Cross Nurses during World War One
In 2012, my family & I visited the Florence Nightingale Museum, at St. Thomas' Hospital, London, U.K. It was not until I visited this, that I realised what an influence Florence had on nursing. This photo was a postcard I bought from the museum & what I have based my design of Florence on.

Florence Nightingale in the Miltary Hospital at Scutari - 1855


















Florence Nightingale (1820 - 1910) came from a rich & upper class family from Great Britain. She was born in Florence, Italy, hence her name! Florence was the founder of modern nursing & was best known for her work in the Crimean War as 'The Lady with the Lamp'. In 1860 she laid the foundation for a professional nursing school, at St. Thomas' Hospital, London, U.K.













A Photo of Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale was awarded the The Royal Red Cross Medal by Queen Victoria in 1883.

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Florence Nightingale Doll



Nurse Doll



Victorian Nurse

WW1 Red Cross Nurse

WW1 Uniform

Nurse Doll















 


 
 



 







































 



 
Finished December 2014
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs