Make these 5 Adorable Doll Crochet Patterns. This is a Free Crochet Pattern Roundup.
Welcome to our first Free Pattern Friday Crochet Pattern Roundup!
For this week’s roundup I have curated a seletection of adorable and loveable amigurumi doll patterns for you to choose from. Each of these patterns was designed by an Indie crochet designer and they have made the instructions available for free online.
Some of the patterns have now been archived, meaning the blogs are no longer in operation, but I have located their original files in the Wayback machine (Internet Archive) which is a magical place that stores the urls and snapshots of old posts that were published.
For this collection you will find some laloopsy look alikes, Alice in Wonderland based off the Tenniel’s illustration on the cover of Alice in Wonderland and fun little Flower Fairy Doll (she is my favorite) and the Amigurumi Girl doll.
5 Adorable Doll Crochet Patterns
Free Pattern Roundup
Here are the details:
1. Margarita by Mia Zamora Johnson
Her petals and wings are sewn securely to her little body, while her hair is embroidered into a bob style, cute and low maintenance. Hopefully this lovely maiden will inspire you to create a garden of flower fairies to love and enjoy!
2. Cookie, the Amigurumi Girl by Serah Basnet (Tales of Twisted Fibers)
Cookie is 8.5 inches tall and very, very mischievous. So should you decide to make one for yourself, be warned—she can be quite a handful.
3. O.opsie doll by Vanja Grundmann (AmigurumiBB’s Blog)
Was fun making this little one and hope you will have as much fun making her, as well as you daughters playing with her. Possibilities are endless. Specially when it comes making hair or dress. Looking forward to hear how about your ideas!
4. Lalaloopsy Doll by Corina Gray (Stitch 11)
This crochet pattern is loads of fun! I encourage you to be creative with your yarns. I used all medium weight yarns but mixed up the textures and brands of yarns and I LOVE it!!!
5. Free Alice In Wonderland Crochet Doll Pattern by Book People Studio
If ever a classic children’s book got done, redone, and overdone by illustrators, moviemakers, and TV miniseries masterminds, it’s poor Alice. Since Lewis Carroll introduced Alice to the world in 1865, her adventures through the nonsensical world of Wonderland have become part of popular culture. Just the term “rabbit hole” has come to take on a symbolic meaning. People celebrate unbirthdays and exclaim “I’m late for a very important date!” when they’re running behind or “Off with their heads!” when exasperated.