The story has been illustrated many times over the years by a wide variety of artists, all with their own individual styles and interpretations of each character.
Perhaps the most recognisable illustrations are the originals done by John Tenniel in the 1860s. He produced satirical cartoons for Punch magazine and this style is evident in his Alice in Wonderland illustrations which were originally in black and white. Later they were tinted with colour.
Tenniel's tinted illustrations became very popular and were used for a number of children's games and toys (see above).
It is the brightly coloured Disney cartoon illustrations that today's children will recognise (see above).
The doll in my Alice in Wonderland pattern has yellow hair (tied with a ribbon). She wears a blue dress and white apron just as the Disney Alice did. The original Alice in Tenniel's tinted pictures wore a yellow dress but somehow I think blue suits her better.
Knitting patterns for Alice and the White Rabbit can be found in my Etsy and Ravelry shops and on Loveknitting where patterns are prices in GB pounds.