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  1. Here’s a link to my granny square dress for 18 inch dolls. I’ve tried it on a few different kinds of dolls and it works up nicely. 18 Inch Doll Granny Square Dress Pattern
  2. Apak

    Hawaiian girl

    My friend's biggest dream is to visit Hawaii and she's crazy about everything Hawaiian. I wanted to make something for her and made that doll. I'm happy to say my friend loved it. Generally I followed the pattern for Audrey Doll by Jessica Doering but I used very wise trick to avoid floppy head - I found it in "Mina doll pattern" on A Yarnful Day blog. I made up the skirt and flowers on my own. The doll is about 20 cm tall. I used cotton Jeans yarn.
  3. I'm sexy and i know it
  4. One of the 3 menaces (Lock, Shock and Barrel) of the beloved movie The Nightmare Before Christmas
  5. Crocheters Creed

    Boba Fett Amigurumi

    I tried my very best to make him as realistic as possible, hes made up of alot of parts but i think he's realtively easy to make
  6. LottieMitch

    Large doll pattern

    Hello lovelies I've been trawling Pinterest, esty, etc. looking for a doll pattern for my 1yo niece. They're all so spindly looking with tiny little limbs. Does anyone know where I can find a doll pattern in a similar shape to the Disney soft dolls like the Moana I've attached, something that will stand up to being loved by a toddler? 😅
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  10. Crocheters Creed

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    One of my favorite projects, I've made! You can find the pattern on my Youtube Channel
  11. Megan Cullen

    Cute Sleepy Bedbug Pattern :)

    Hi all! Yesterday I decided to offer one of my patterns for free. It is for a cute sleepy bedbug. He is worked all in one piece, except for his nightcap. He's pretty easy, and only 3-5 inches long depending on what yarn/hook you use. Works up quick, so he's a great last minute gift. http://mossmountain.blogspot.com/2016/02/a-bug-for-bug.html
  12. RecycleCindy

    Doll Fun Fur Outfit

    Here is a small baby doll that I crocheted a hat, scarf and booties to make an outfit using fun fur. I added a small blanket using a leftover skein of variegated yarn. Here are a few photos.
  13. RecycleCindy

    Doll Wavy Ripple Blanket

    Here is a little baby doll wavy ripple blanket I crocheted. It uses a basic ripple stitch pattern and here is the free blanket pattern directions. This fits my little 11 inch baby doll but you can just crochet more rows for a longer blanket. Enjoy!
  14. Hello this is my first request through Crochetville for pattern testers Noko the Troll is a pretty big guy. He is worked mostly in the style of amigurumi; unjoined rounds. The pattern is written and has a few photos to help along the way. Materials needed for Noko: F hook (or hook needed to obtain a tight enough fabric that stuffing doesn't show through) H hook (short pants) K hook (vest) 1 1/4 " shank style toggle button (vest) tapestry/yarn needle (weaving, attaching, embroidering etc) 9mm safety eyes (you can embroider) 3/16" wooden dowel to provide neck support (you can use chopsticks) fiberfill ww acrylic yarn in color choices for skin, short pants #6 super bulky yarn of choice (vest) Fun Fur in color for hair a healthy imagination! I assume the difficulty is about intermediate to advanced? I would like to have any notes from you within a week of receiving the pattern for Noko. You can make a Noko the Troll with ease over a weekend. I am looking for any input at all. Does there need to be a photo to explain something? Is the count off somewhere? Does it seem like I emitted something? Any input! I cannot offer any money but I will be sure you receive a copy of the edited pattern for free! Pattern is pdf format. I need a few people, maybe 3? All replies will receive a response. (I have more patterns needing testing too!) Thank you!! ****Super big thank you to my awesome tester friends!
  15. This is kind of hard to explain in words, but I've attached a rough sketch of what I'm trying to make, so hopefully that will help. The project I'm working on is one of those blanket dolls where the "body" is a blanket but there's a stuffed animal or doll "head" on top (sorry, I don't know what they're actually called, but you can see my point in the sketch I've attached). I want the blanket portion to represent the doll's dress, so I'd love it to have a scalloped edge around the bottom/outer portion of the circle. However, all the patterns I've found online are for much smaller "scallops", as opposed to just 7 or 8 around the entirety of the blanket. Basically, what I'm trying to make is something similar to a round ripple-patterned blanket, but with the edges being rounded instead of pointed. I've been crocheting for years and know how to read patterns if anyone has one I could use, but I just haven't been able to find on online. Thanks for your help! Here's a very rough sketch of the final project. I'd like the "base" of the doll (i.e. the blanket portion you can see more clearly in the top view) to be about 10'' in diameter. Sorry I'm not the best artist, but hopefully this gets the point across:
  16. Here is a winter sweater I created for a doll I have. I used Darski's pattern Seasoned Just Right sweater and generally followed it but joined the last few rounds to work in the round on the lower back. I did just short sleeves as I was running out of the white yarn. I used a small piece of velcro for a closure on the back. It fits just right on the small baby doll I have.
  17. Dora J. Momoa

    Crochet actual people

    Hello I have been crocheting for a while now and I was thinking of some new ideas for my dolls. I am interested to know if there is any problem if I crochet actual people like for example Youtubers(my brother likes some in particular so since I was going to make some dolls for him I thought of this), maybe some other famous person if I get requests. Is this okay? I was thinking of maybe making some video tutorials on how to make them. I have my own patterns that I've written myself, so I wouldn't be using someone else's work in any of my dolls. This is more for fun actually but I could maybe sell the doll if someone is interested in buying it. It's just that I have so many people in mind that I can't possibly ask each one if they would be okay with me making a crochet doll inspired by them(so far even those that I have asked haven't responded) I just really want to do this but on the other hand I don't want to cause any problems. Thank you! Dora
  18. Hello everyone! In honor of Christmas I'm giving away the original doll made for my latest pattern. (A 12" amigurumi Elsa doll.) The contest is open till Saturday morning (Dec. 13, 2014, 9:59 AM CST) so I have time to get her in the mail. If you're interested, come see my blog for pictures and details.
  19. RecycleCindy

    12-Inch Doll Heart Dress

    Here is a little dress I crocheted for my Granddaughter's 12 inch soft body baby doll. I added the heart to the front center as a special touch to show my love for my GD. Here is the link to my Heart doll dress pattern.
  20. Linspired

    Hello from Iceland

    Hello all, New to this forum so a short introduction. I'm from the Netherlands, but I currently live in Iceland because of work. I love to crochet and have been doing this as a hobby for several years now. Family and friends have been asking me about the dolls I crochet, and I've soled a couple as baby shower presents. And now I started getting emails about the patterns of them. Any tips for me about pattern writing or about what would be cool to have as a pattern in a etsy store? I plan to create some new original dolls, so any kind of comment is welcome. thanks, Linda
  21. Aleksandra Chm

    My dolls

    Those are all dolls made by me. More photos available HERE. What do you think? Do they look good? I am not very experienced yet...
  22. HerterCrochetDesigns

    Millie the Doll and a Special Deal

    Hello Crocheters! Here is one of my favorite doll designs: I am most proud of her adorable curls. They were so much fun to make and the results are just gorgeous. If you would like to have this pattern, I am offering a special deal this month for those who purchase her. In my ravelry store, use the coupon code: JULY2014 when you purchase Millie the Doll and get your choice of a second pattern for free. Happy crocheting! Ida
  23. Aleksandra Chm

    Quick Little Doll

    Here's a doll I designed last year. It does not require much yarn, it's good if you have some leftovers. One photo is by me, one by ravelry user madebyrosie, who tested the pattern. You can find the free pattern ON MY FACEBOOK.
  24. Special For National Crochet Month Purchase my newest pattern and choose another one FREE! http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/victorian-hat-pincushion/edit
  25. Well, I'm sixty-ish and retired...I live in Ridge, Long Island, NY..I have 3 grown kids on their own and 2 grandchildren and a dog named Emily...I love to crochet, read and go to the dog park...my life is busier now that I'm retired than it has ever been!...And, I'm loving it! I've been crocheting for about 50 years now...Geez!...that sounds like such a long time!...After my grandaughter was born I started designing dolls that she asked for. The family was so encouraging about what I was doing I decided to open a store and sell them. It's all so new right now but I love making the dolls and childrens' attire also. I'll be taking the class that is being offered also to learn more about running my business...what a wonderful opportunity... Well, I can chat forever but I hope I'm glad to be part of this community and hope I can contribute often... My friends all call me Aggie, so hello friends and thanks for having me!
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