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PATTERN: Doll with a Dress and Shoes

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I designed this pattern for all the little girls who love playing dress-up and made it so her shoes and dress that can be taken off.

Includes one PDF file, 23 pages. Pattern is written in English, using US crochet terminology. I tried to keep beginner crocheters in mind and included detailed instructions, many step-by-step photos and useful tips and tricks.

SIZE
28 cm (11”) when crocheted with DK cotton and bamboo blend and a 2,50 mm crochet hook (US size 2/C).

DIFFICULTY
3. Intermediate - includes more complicated crochet stitches, color changes and simple lace pattern.

SKILLS REQUIRED
• Crocheting in spiral
• Crocheting in rounds
• Crocheting in rows
• Chain, slip, single, half double and double crochet stitch
• Increasing and decreasing

YOU WILL NEED
• Yarn. I used Katia Bamboo, a DK weight cotton and bamboo viscose blend. You will need about 45 g of beige, 15 g of white, 12 g of pink, 10 g of brown and 25 g of green yarn. And about 40 g of sport weight wool for the hair.
• 2,50 - 3,00 mm crochet hook (US size 1/B – 3/D).
• Polyester fiberfill, wool, wadding etc. for stuffing.
• 12 mm (1/2") safety eyes or buttons, beads, felt etc.
• Cotton embroidery floss in dark brown and pink.
• Two 10 mm buttons for shoes and three buttons for the dress.
• Yarn needle, scissors, stitch marker.

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Copyright © 2021 TÜ Spire. All rights reserved. Contents of this document may not be copied, reproduced, altered, published or distributed in any way. You may sell finished products made with this pattern, I would appreciate a credit as the designer (Kristi Tullus, kristitullus.com).