Over the past week, I have been working on a new crochet dolly. This is something that I had been meaning to do this ever since I finished my first amigurumi doll back in 2012. The reasons for this are before I could turn her into a pattern, there were a few changes I needed to make, and I just love crocheting little dollies!
I am currently in the middle of doing her hair, and she will of course needs some clothes, but other than that she is done.
Continue reading to discover the design process for this dolly, and to see how far she has come thus far...
2013 is officially gone, but all the fabulous free crochet patterns from last year have been rounded up here just for you. From stylish barbie fashions to the cutest amigurumis and fun accessories you are sure to have a blast crocheting them all. Happy hooking everyone!
From Top Left Corner - Clockwise Direction: ~8 in 1 Crochet Barbie Clothes #5, ~Crochet Toys for Kelly #8, ~Crochet Barbie Witch Hat #9, ~Crochet Jumbo Dwarf Pumpkin #7, ~Crochet Remembrance Poppies #10, ~Easy Crochet Scrunchy #2, ~Design Your Own Tapestry Crochet Shoulder Bag #6, ~Crochet Little Snowman #11, ~Crochet Mrs. Barbie Claus' Apron #12, ~Crochet Basic Heels for Barbie #1, ~Crochet Barbie Skirt #3, ~Crochet Barbie Top #4.
Welcome to the second part of three for Crochet Toys for Kelly. In this blog post, you will find the crochet patterns for Kelly's amigurumi dolly and her dolly's crochet dress.
This fun dolly has rag doll hands, and is super cute!
She can easily be crocheted in a few hours (less if you are a fast crocheter). She is a jumbo dolly for Kelly, but Kelly loves her all the same.
Continue reading for the free crochet patterns...
This is a sweater I made for a doll when I was about 16 or 17. I just found it the other day and I thought I would share it.
I started with the fingers and thumb. Then I started working them into a hand, and in turn into an arm. Though before I finished the I arm, I decided that I needed a body to better determine the length of the arm. So I set to working on the toes joining, them to become a foot and in turn a leg. I did that with both feet/legs. Without fastening off on the second leg, I joined them together to start working the torso up to the top of the head. I then finished the arms and attached them to the body. I made the ears, eyes, nose and mouth and sewed them onto the face/head. For the hair, I did chains, attached to the head and chained some more. I repeated this process all over the head until I reached the fullness I wanted. Then I weaved in the ends.
Scroll down to see different hairdos that can be done with this doll.
I made this Doll Clothing Set for Little Miss in January of 2011.
This Doll Set was made for Boo Bear in January of 2011.
This is what I made 3 of my siblings for Christmas 2010.
Bugs Bunny got the Wallet.
Little Miss and Boo Bear each got Boy Doll Clothes for their Dolls.
These doll clothes was my first attempt at making doll clothes for dolls.
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