The underskirt is in a straight forward stocking stitch with an interesting detailed hem using yarn over holes.
The hem is turned up inside to produce the picot hem. This also has the added advantage of discouraging the skirt from rolling up.
There were surprisingly few problems with the pattern; a typo on row 11 and an issue with row 76 (the same one I had with the pants).
It has been so long since I knitted with 4mm needles that they felt like using tree trunks at first! These dolls have been mostly knitted with 3mm and Shetland Lace uses 3mm. The next time I shall be using 4mm will be for the shawl (not a Shetland Lace one though).
But now for the blouse.
All cast on and ready to go.