Amigurumi Doll

*This post may contain affiliate links.

Agyness

I’m a craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews about crocheting and other crafts. I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to promoting our crochet community. I’m interested in crafts, interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

Share this post with friends

Amigurumi dolls are wonderful.

Amigurumi dolls are a wonderful gifts, and immediately become a girl’s best companion to hang out with everywhere.  Moreover, if you add accessories that she can put on or take off the doll, it will guarantee hours of play and imaginative fun. Although they are often simple patterns, they do bring a lot of you and fun into her life. Better still, with some accessories, you can make a bunch of different ones from the same pattern.

Ingrid Amigurumi Doll

The Ingrid amigurumi doll is a wonderful, highly stylized ami doll with the cutest side-buns and a beautiful, serene face. Indeed, she has some very inspired yet subtle styling. To summarize, I simply adore this beautiful, serene pattern.

Ingrid Amigurumi Doll

The full article about this pattern is here:

Ingrid Amigurumi Doll

Molly Doll

This doll measures 11″ (28 cm). Together with the doll pattern, you will get instructions to make clothes and a backpack. Do you remember the very popular Molly Doll pattern? This doll is a variation of Molly, so you can see how easy is to personalize it. Don’t hesitate to apply your imagination to make the final effect very unique and personal.  A link to the free pattern is under the photos.

Skills: Easy               Designer: Amigurumi Today

Molly Doll
Go to the pattern:

Molly Doll

Ragdoll Blossom Fairy

Are you looking for a rag doll pattern? Here is one of the possibilities: the Melly Teddy Ragdoll Blossom Fairy created by Melanie Grobler. This pattern is a CAL and starts May 18th, 2021.

What is a crochet CAL you may ask? Well, a group of people from all over the world crochet a pattern, doing each section at the same time. Usually, the pattern is divided into a few parts, and one part is published each week. Overall, it’s motivational, and it’s easier to get help with the project or crochet stitches. Moreover, you get to interact with fellow crocheters and build a community.

If you want to make this doll, I suggest you to participate in a CAL, if you miss it, you will probably have to pay for a pattern!

Skills: Easy               Designer:  Melanie Grobler

Melly Teddy Ragdoll Blossom Fairy
Go to the pattern:

Ragdoll Blossom Fairy

Additionally for more free designs every day follow us on Facebook! Whenever you need inspiration, we are there for you! Visit our Fan Page here  or share your ideas and your work on our Facebook group – My Hobby is Crochet!

Share this post with friends



Similar Posts

3 Comments

  1. Gail Lowe says:

    I am very interested in the little boy with the Ingrid doll. Where could I find that pattern?
    Thank you,
    Gail

  2. Julie evans says:

    Very pretty patterns of dolls

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *