Bailey Bear



Free crochet pattern for Bailey Bear.

Bailey can wear all of my outfits for the Hailey doll, which are available on my Ravelry page: http://www.ravelry.com/designers/jessica-doering

Hailey playtime outfit (free pattern) pictured below: 
Materials:
- Worsted weight yarn - approximately 200 yards brown, 20 yards tan.
(I used Caron Simply Soft in the colors Chocolate and Bone.
  • Suggested hook size: 3.25mm (D).
  • 2 x 12mm safety eyes
  • Black embroidery floss
  • Poly-fil
  • Yarn needle
My bear measures approximately 9” tall when made with the above materials.
You can use any weight yarn or thread that you are comfortable using, just adjust your hook size accordingly.
Stitch abbreviations:
Sc: single crochet
Hdc: half double crochet
Inc: increase
Dec: decrease
Sl st: slip stitch
Ch: chain

Arms
(Make 2 - starting in tan)
Round 1: sc x 6 in magic ring (6)
Round 2: sc inc x 6 (12)
Round 3: (sc x 3, sc inc) x 3 (15) Change to brown on the last st of this round.
Rounds 4-7: sc x 15 (15)
Round 8: (sc x 3, sc dec) x 3 (12)
Round 9-19: sc x 12 (12)
Stuff arms, leaving the top unstuffed.
Round 20: sc x 6 2 loops on top, closing the arm (6) 
Fasten off.

Legs
(Make 2 - starting in tan)
R1: Ch 6, sc in 2nd ch from hook, 3 sc, 3 sc in next st, 5 sc across other side of chain (12)
R2: sc inc x1, 3 sc, sc inc x3, 3 sc, sc inc x2 (18)
R3: (2 sc, sc inc) x6 (24) Change to brown on the last st of this round.
R4: 24 sc BLO (24)
R5-6: 24 sc (24)
R7: 6 sc, hdc dec x6, 6 sc (18)
R8: 6 sc, sc dec x3, 6 sc (15)
R9-19: 15 sc (15)
Stuff and fasten off the 1st leg but not the 2nd.

Body & Head
Stuff the body as you go.
R1: With feet facing towards you – start where you left off on the 2nd leg (if you are not in the center where the legs should be connected, sc however many will take you to the center stitch and then continue as written), Ch 1, 15 sc around the 1st leg, sc in ch 1, 15 sc around the 2nd leg, sc in other side of ch 1 (32)

R2: (7 sc, sc inc) x4 (36)
R3: 12 sc, sc inc, (4 sc, sc inc) x2, 13 sc (39)
R4-8: 39 sc (39)
R9: 14 sc, sc dec, (4 sc, sc dec) x2, 11 sc (36)
R10: 36 sc (36)
R11: (4 sc, sc dec) x6 (30)
R12-14: 30 sc (30)
R15: (3 sc, sc dec) x6 (24)
R16: Attach arms: 5 sc, sc top of one arm together with the next 6 sts, 6 sc to other side of body, 6 sc arm to body, 1 sc (24)
*NOTE – if you prefer to sew the arms on, sc 24 around body for row 16 and continue.
R17: (2 sc, sc dec) x6 (18)
R18: (4 sc, sc dec) x3 (15)
Stuff body.
R19: 15 sc (15)
R20: sc inc x15 (30)
R21: (4 sc, sc inc) x6 (36)
R22: (5 sc, sc inc) x6 (42)
R23: (6 sc, sc inc) x6 (48)
R24-31: 48 sc (48)
R32: (6 sc, dec) x6 (42)
Insert safety eyes between rows 29 & 30, 7 sts apart.
R33: (5 sc, sc dec) x6 (36)
R34: (4 sc, sc dec) x6 (30)
R35: (3 sc, sc dec) x6 (24)
R36: (2 sc, sc dec) x6 (18)
R37: (1 sc, sc dec) x6 (12)
R38: sc dec x6 (6)
Fasten off with tail. Stuff and close up head.

Muzzle
(Make 1 - in tan)
R1: Ch 6, sc in 2nd ch from hook, 3 sc, 3 sc in next st, 5 sc across other side of chain (12)
R2: sc inc x1, 3 sc, sc inc x3, 3 sc, sc inc x2 (18)
R3: (2 sc, sc inc) x6 (24) 
R4-5: 24 sc (24)
Fasten off with tail for sewing. Sew to the face, adding some stuffing before you close.
Embroider nose using black embroidery floss.

Ears
(Make 2 - in brown)
R1: sc x 6 in magic ring (6)
R2: sc inc x 6 (12)
R3: (1 sc, sc inc) x 6 (18)
R4: (2 sc, sc inc x 6 (24)
R5-7: 24 sc (24)
R8: (4 sc, sc dec) x 4 (20)
Fasten off with tail for sewing. Sew to the head on either side.

You're done!
I hope you have enjoyed making your doll as much as I enjoyed designing her.
No unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this pattern or content, in whole or in part, is permitted. You are free to sell any dolls made with this pattern, but please give credit when doing so. A link back to the pattern page is appreciated.

Any additional questions regarding the use of the pattern publication please send an email to neogurumi@gmail.com


Check my Ravelry page for clothing for Bailey - All of my Hailey doll outfits fit this bear :) http://www.ravelry.com/designers/jessica-doering



Copyright 2017, Jessica Doering, Neogurumi

Sunny Sunflower




Materials:
- Worsted weight yarn - approx. 90 yards yellow, 20 yards gold, 70 yards dark pink, 30 yards brown, 40 yards green (I used Lion Brand 24/7 cotton in Lemon, Camel, Magenta, Café au Lait and Grass)
- Suggested hook size: 3.25mm (D)
- 2 x 12mm safety eyes 
- Blush 
- Yarn needle
- Poly-fil

Other materials needed:
- Small piece of cardboard
- Weight for the bottom of the pot (I used decorative glass rocks)
- Stem support (I used a foam hair roller and a chopstick)

My flower measures approximately 11’ tall when made with the above materials.

You can use any weight yarn or thread that you are comfortable using, just adjust your hook size accordingly.

Stitch abbreviations:
Sc: single crochet
Hdc: half double crochet
Dc: double crochet
Tr: treble crochet
Inc: increase
Dec: decrease
Sl st: slip stitch
Ch: chain

**Pattern is worked in continuous rounds unless stated otherwise**

Petals
(Make 16 – in yellow)
R1: 4 sc in magic ring
R2: (1 sc, sc inc) x 2 (6)
R3: (1 sc, sc inc) x 3 (9)
R4: 9 sc (9)
R5: (2 sc, sc inc) x 3 (12)
R6-9: 12 sc (12)
R10: (4 sc, sc dec) x 2 (10)
R11; (3 sc, sc dec) x 2 (8)
R12: 8 sc (8)
R12: (sc dec, 2 sc) x 2 (6)
R21: Do not stuff – flatten the petal and 3 sc across both sides of the top of the to close
Fasten off.

Flower center
(Make 1 – starting in gold)
R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
R2: sc inc x 6 (12)
R3: (1 sc, sc inc) x 6 (18)
R4: (2 sc, sc inc) x 6 (24)
R5: (3 sc, sc inc) x 6 (30)
R6: (4 sc, sc inc) x 6, (36)
R7: (5 sc, sc inc) x 6 (42)
R8: (6 sc, sc inc) x 6 (48)
R9-11: 48 sc (48) Change to green on the last st of R11.
R12: 48 sc (48)
R13: (4 sc, sc dec) x 8 (40)
R14: (3 sc, sc dec) x 8 (32)
Insert safety eyes between R6 & 7.
R15: (2 sc, sc dec) x 8 (24)
Start stuffing.
R16: (2 sc sc dec) x 6 (18)
R17: (1 sc, sc dec) x 6 (12)
R18: sc dec x 6 (6)
Finish stuffing and fasten off. Weave in ends.
Sew all 16 petals around the flower center, between R10 & 11.

Pot
(Make 1 – in dark pink)
R1: 7 sc in magic ring (7)
R2: sc inc x 7 (14)
R3: (1 sc, sc inc) x 7 (21)
R4: (2 sc, sc inc) x 7 (28)
R5: (3 sc, sc inc) x 7 (35)
R6: (4 sc, sc inc) x 7 (42)
R7: (5 sc, sc inc) x 7 (49)
R8: (6 sc, sc inc) x 7 (56)
R9: 56 sc BLO (56)
R10: 56 sc (56)
R11: (13 sc, sc inc) x 4 (60)
R12-14: 60 sc (60)
R15: (14 sc, sc inc) x 4 (64)
R16-18: 64 s (64)
R19: (15 sc, sc inc) x 4 (68)
R20-22: 68 sc (68)
R23: Sl st to 1st sc, ch 1 (does not count as a st), 68 hdc (68)
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Cut a piece of cardboard to the size of the bottom, and insert it into the pot. Add weight to the bottom.

Dirt & Stem
Stuff as you go.
R1: Join brown yarn to 3rd loop of 1st hdc in R23 of the pot. 68 sc in 3rd loops (68)
R2: (15 sc, sc dec) x 4 (64)
R3: (6 sc, sc dec) x 8 (56)
R4: (5 sc, sc dec) x 8 (48)
R5: (6 sc, sc dec) x 6 (42)
R6: (5 sc, sc dec) x 6 (36)
R7: (4 sc, sc dec) x 6 (30)
R8: (3 sc, sc dec) x 6 (24)
R9: (2 sc, sc dec) x 6 (18)
R10: (1 sc, sc dec) x 6 (12) Change color to green on the last st of this round.
Insert your stem support into the pot. I used a foam hair roller with a chopstick inserted into the center for mine.
R11-29: Crocheting around the stem support – 12 sc (12). If you want a longer stem, keep going until you are it’s long enough for your liking.
R30-31: 5 sc, ch 1, turn (5)
R32: 5 sc (5)
Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.
Sew to the back bottom of the flower, directly behind the petals.

Leaves
(Make 2 – in green)
R1: 4 sc in magic ring (4)
R2: (1 sc, sc inc) x 2 (6)
R3: (1 sc, sc inc) x 3 (9)
R4: (2 sc, sc inc) x 3 (12)
R5: (1 sc, sc inc) x 6 (18)
R6-10: 18 sc (18)
R11: (4 sc, sc dec) x 3 (15)
R12: 15 sc (15)
R13: (3 sc, sc dec) x 3 (12)
R14: 12 sc (12)
R15: (1 sc, sc dec) x 4 (8)
R16: Do not stuff – flatten the leaf and 4 sc across both sides of the top of the to close
Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.
Sew to either side of the stem.

You're done!
I hope you have enjoyed making your flower as much as I enjoyed designing it.

No unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this pattern or content, in whole or in part, is permitted. You are free to sell anything made with this pattern, but please give credit when doing so. A link back to the pattern page is appreciated.

Any additional questions regarding the use of the pattern publication please send an email to neogurumi@gmail.com

Copyright 2017, Jessica Doering, Neogurumi


Hailey Doll


Free crochet pattern for my Hailey doll base.
You can purchase a pdf version on Ravelry here:
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hailey-doll
Materials:
- In the yarn weight of your choice, approximately 200 yards skin tone color, 80 yards hair color.
(I used Hobby Lobby I love this cotton in the colors Warm Blush (skin tone) and Buttercup (hair)
  • Suggested hook size: 3.25mm (D).
  • 2 x 12mm or 13mm safety eyes (any color), or size of your choosing.
  • Black embroidery floss
  • Blush
My doll measures approximately 9” tall when made with the above materials.
You can use any weight yarn or thread that you are comfortable using, just adjust your hook size accordingly.
Stitch abbreviations:
Sc: single crochet
Dc: double crochet
Inc: increase
Dec: decrease
Slst: slip stitch
Ch: chain
MR - magic ring
FO - fasten off.

Special stitches used
5 dc bobble stitch:
·        Step 1: Yarn over, insert hook into st, yarn over again & pull up loop, yarn over, draw back through 2 loops. (2 loops)
·        Step 2: Yarn over, insert hook into same st, yarn over again & pull up loop, yarn over, draw through 2 loops (3 loops)
·        Step 3: Yarn over, insert hook into same st, yarn over again & pull up loop, yarn over, draw through 2 loops (4 loops)
·        Step 4: Yarn over, insert hook into same st, yarn over again & pull up loop, yarn over, draw through 2 loops (5 loops)
·        Step 5: Yarn over, insert hook into same st, yarn over again & pull up loop, yarn over, draw through 2 loops (6 loops)
·        Step 6: Yarn over, draw yarn through all 6 loops on hook.

Arms
Make 2 - in skin tone.
Round 1: sc x 6 in MR (6)
Round 2: sc inc x 6 (12)
Round 3: (sc x 3, sc inc) x 3 (15)
Rounds 4-6: sc x 15 (15)
Round 7: sc x 7, bobble (see special stitches), sc x 7 (15)
Round 8: (sc x 1, sc dec) x 5 (10)
Round 9-20: sc x 10 (10)
Round 21: Stuff arms, leaving the top unstuffed. Sc x 5 across both sides of the top of the arm to close. FO & set aside for crocheting into the body.

Legs
Make 2 - in skin tone.
R1: Ch 6, sc x 1 in 2nd ch from hook, sc x 3, [sc x 3] in last ch, working on the opposite side of the ch, sc x 3, sc inc (12)
R2: Sc inc x 1, sc x 3, sc inc x 3, sc x 3, sc inc x 2 (18)
R3: (Sc x 2, sc inc) x 6 (24)
R4-6: Sc x 24 (24)
R7: Sc x 7, sc dec x 6, sc x 5 (18)
R8: Sc x 7, sc dec x 3, sc x 5 (15)
R9-19: Sc x 15 (15)
Round 20: Sc x 7 (7) Partial round.
Stuff and FO the 1st leg but not the 2nd. Instead change color to white, and continue to the body.

Body & Head
Continue from the 2nd leg - in white.
Stuff the body as you go.
R1: With feet facing away from you – ch 1, sc x 15 around the 1st leg, sc x 1 in ch 1, sc x 15 around the 2nd leg, sc x 1 in the other side of the ch 1 (32)
R2: (Sc x 7, sc inc) x 4 (36)
R3: Sc x 4, sc inc x 1, sc x 25, sc inc x 1, sc x 4, sc inc x 1 (39)
R4-8: Sc x 39 (39)
R9: Sc dec x 1, sc x 4, sc dec x 1, sc x 25, sc dec x 1, sc x 4 (36) Change to skin tone.
R10: Sc x 36 (36)
R11: (Sc x 4, sc dec) x 6 (30)
R12-14: Sc x 30 (30)
R15: (Sc x 3, sc dec) x 6 (24)
R16: Sc x 24 (24)
R17: Attach arms: Sc x 5, insert hook into the 1st st on the arm and the next st on the body & sc together, repeat x 4 sc the arm to the body (Make sure the thumbs are facing the right direction!), sc x 7 to other side of body, sc x 5 the 2nd arm to the body, sc x 2 (24)
R18: (Sc x 2, sc dec) x 6 (18)
R19: (Sc x 4, sc dec) x 3 (15)
Stuff body.
R20-21: Sc x 15 (15)
R22: sc inc x 15 (30)
R23: (Sc x 4, sc inc) x 6 (36)
R24: (Sc x 5, sc inc) x 6 (42)
R25: (Sc x 6, sc inc) x 6 (48)
R26-33: Sc x 48 (48)
R34: (Sc x 6, sc dec) x 6 (42)
Insert safety eyes between rows 30 & 31, 7 sts apart. Add eyelashes if desired using black embroidery floss.
R35: (Sc x 5, sc dec) x 6 (36)
R36: (Sc x 4, sc dec) x 6 (30)
R37: (Sc x 3, sc dec) x 6 (24)
R38: (Sc x 2, sc dec) x 6 (18)
R39: (Sc x 1, sc dec) x 6 (12)
R40: Sc dec x 6 (6)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Whip stitch FLO & pull tight to close. Hide end.

Hair cap
Make 1 - in hair color.
R1: In MR, ch 2, dc x 9, slst join to 1st dc (9)
R2: Ch 2, dc inc x 9, join to 1st dc (18)
R3: Ch 2, (dc x 1, dc inc) x 9, join to 1st dc (27)
R4: Ch 2, (dc x 2, dc inc) x 9, join to 1st dc (36)
R5: Ch 2, (dc x 3, dc inc) x 9, join to 1st dc (45)
R6-8: Ch 2, dc x 45, join to 1st dc (45)
R9: Ch 1, sc x 1 in same st, sk 1, ([dc x 5], sk 1, sc x 1) x 11 (11 shells)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew the hair cap to the head. Hide end.

Pigtails
Make 2 - in hair color.
R1: Sc x 6 in MR (6)
R2: (Slst x 1, ch 32, [dc x 3] in 3rd ch from hook and next 29 chs, sk 1) x 3, slst join to 1st sc (3 strands of hair)
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew to either side of the head at R4 of the hair cap.



You're done!
I hope you have enjoyed making your doll as much as I enjoyed designing her.

No unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this pattern or content, in whole or in part, is permitted. You are free to sell any dolls made with this pattern, but please give credit when doing so. A link back to the pattern page is appreciated.

Any additional questions regarding the use of the pattern publication please send an email to neogurumi@gmail.com


Check my Ravelry page for clothing for Hailey: 
http://www.ravelry.com/designers/neogurumi



Copyright 2017, Jessica Doering, Neogurumi

Pickle Rick


Make your very own Pickle Rick!

Materials needed:
- Worsted weight yarn in green
- #3 crochet thread or embroidery floss in natural or pale yellow and black
- 3.25mm (D) hook
- 1.75mm hook
- Embroidery floss in pale blue, white, red and black


Stitch abbreviations:
Sc: single crochet
Tr: treble crochet
Inc: increase
Dec: decrease
(): repeat same stitches 
Sl st: slip stitch
Ch: chain
MR: magic ring

*Pattern is worked in continuous rounds*


The strategically placed treble crochets make the bumps. Feel free to move them around if you wish but leave the last rounds bump free so you can add his face!

Pickle
Use worsted weight yarn in green and 3.25mm hook
R1: 6 sc in MR
R2: sc inc x 6 (12)
R3: (1 sc, sc inc) x 6 (18)

R4: (2 sc, sc inc) x 6 (24)
R5-7: 24 sc (24)
R8: 5 sc, tr, 11 sc, tr, 6 sc (24)
R9: 11 sc, tr, 12 sc (24)

R10: (1 sc, sc inc) x 3, 7 sc, (sc dec, 1 sc) x 3, 2 sc (24)
R11: 23 sc, tr (24)
R12: 14 sc, tr, 9 sc (24)
R13-14: 24 sc (24)
R15: 5 sc, tr, 18 sc (24)
R16: 19 sc, tr, 4 sc (24)
R17: 16 sc, tr, 7 sc (24)

R18: 7 sc, sc dec, 10 sc, sc inc, 4 sc (24)
R19: 24 sc (24)

R20: 7 sc, sc dec, 10 sc, sc inc, 4 sc (24)
R21: 3 sc, tr, 4 sc, tr, 15 sc (24)
R22: 8 sc, sc dec, 8 sc, sc inc, 5 sc (24)
R23: 24 sc (24)
R24: 15 sc, tr, 8 sc (24)

R25: 8 sc, sc inc, 10 sc, sc dec, 3 sc (24)
R26: 24 sc (24)
R27: 2 sc, tr, 21 sc (24)
R28-34: 24 sc (24)
R35: (2 sc, sc dec) x 6 (18)
R36: (1 sc, sc dec) x 6 (12)
R37: sc dec x 6 (12)

Mouth
Use #3 thread or embroidery floss in black and 1.75mm hook
R1: Ch 8, hdc in 3rd ch from hook, hdc, sc, sl st, sc, hdc, hdc x 4 in last ch. Turn and work on the other side of the chain: hdc, hdc inc x 3, hdc, hdc inc. Sl st to 1st hdc and fasten off. Leave tail for sewing.

Eyes
Use #3 thread or embroidery floss in pale yellow and 1.75mm hook
R1: 6 sc in MR (6)
R2: sc inc x 6 (12)
Fasten off leaving tail for sewing.

Finishing:
1. Sew eyes and mouth on.
2. Using light blue embroidery floss, embroider eyebrow.
3. Using white embroidery floss, embroider teeth
4. Using red embroidery floss, embroider tongue
5. Using 2 strands of black embroidery floss together, outline eyebrows and eyes and add pupils, then add nose and other facial detail.
6. Enjoy your new Pickle Rick!

Any questions regarding the use of the pattern publication please send an email to neogurumi@gmail.com 

Copyright 2018, Jessica Doering, Neogurumi

Unicorn Girl CAL


Unicorn doll crochet pattern

A pdf version is available for purchase here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/unicorn-girl

Materials:

- Worsted weight yarn - approx. 80 yards skin tone color, 200 yards white, 50 yards turquoise, 50 yards hair color(s), scrap amount of yellow.
(I used Caron Simply Soft yarn in Light Country Peach, White, Robin’s Egg, Orchid, Soft Pink & Sunshine)
- Suggested hook size: 3.25mm (D)

- 2 x 12mm safety eyes
- Black embroidery floss
- Blush
- Polyfil
- Yarn needle


My doll measures 10” tall (minus the horn) when made with the above materials.


You can use any weight yarn or thread that you are comfortable using, just adjust your hook size accordingly.

All of my patterns are tested and checked for errors, however sometimes things get missed, so please feel free to contact me should you encounter any errors in the pattern, or if you need any assistance.

Stitch abbreviations:
Sc: single crochet
Hdc: half double crochet
Dc: double crochet
Tr: treble crochet
Inc: increase
Dec: decrease
Sl  st: slip stitch
Ch: chain
BLO: back loops only
FLO: front loops only

*Pattern is worked in continuous rounds unless noted otherwise*

Part 1:

Arms
(Make 2- starting in turquoise)
R1: sc x 6 in magic ring (6)
R2: sc inc x 6 (12)
R3: (1 sc, sc inc) x 6 (18)
R4: 18 sc BLO (18)
R5-6: 18 sc (18) Change to white on the last st of R5
R7: (7 sc, sc dec) x 2 (16)
R8-10: 16 sc (16)
R11: (6 sc, sc dec) x 2 (14)
R12-13: 14 sc (14)
R14: (5 sc, sc dec) x 2 (12)
R15-16: 12 sc (12)
R17: (4 sc, sc dec) x 2 (10)
R18-19: 10 sc (10)
R20: (3 sc, sc dec) x2 (8)
R21: 8 sc
R22: Stuff arms, leaving the top unstuffed, 4 sc across both sides of the top of the arm to close.
Fasten off.

Legs
(Make 2- starting in turquoise)
R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
R2: sc inc x 6 (12)
R3: (1 sc, sc inc) x6 (18)
R4: (2 sc, sc inc) x 6 (24)
R5: In BLO – 10 sc, sc inc x 4, 10 sc (28)
R6: 28 sc (28)
R7: 8 sc, sc dec x 6, 8 sc (22)
R8: sc dec, 7 sc, sc dec x 2, 7 sc, sc dec (18) Change to white on the last st of this round.
R9-10: 18 sc (18)
R11: (7 sc, sc dec) x 2 (16)
R12-13: 16 sc (16)
R14: (6 sc, sc dec) x 2 (14)
R15-18: 14 sc (14)
R19: (5 sc, sc dec) x 2 (12)
R20: 12 sc (12)
Stuff and fasten off the 1st leg but not the 2nd.
Part 2 will be joining the legs and crocheting the body.


Part 2:


Body

Stuff the body as you go.
R1: Joining the legs - Starting where you left off on the 2nd leg, 6 sc (if you are not in the center where the legs should be connected, sc however many will take you to the center stitch and then continue as written), ch 3, 12 sc around the 1st leg, 1 sc in each ch 3, 6 sc around the remaining stitches of the 2nd leg

R2: 6 sc, sc in the other side of the ch 3, 21 sc (30)


R3: (4 sc, sc inc) x 6 (36)
R4-9: 36 sc (36)
R10: (10 sc, sc dec) x 3 (33)
R11: 33 sc (33)
R12: (9 sc, sc dec) x 3 (30)
R13-15: 30 sc (30)
R16: (8 sc, sc dec) x 3 (27)
R17-18: 27 sc (27)
R19: (7 sc, sc dec) x 3 (24)

R20: Attaching the arms: 1 sc, sc into one stitch on the 1st arm and one stitch on the body, joining them together, repeat joining next 3 arm stitches to next 3 stitches on body; 8 sc over to the other side of the body, then sc x 4 joining the 2nd arm to the next 4 stitches on the body; sc in remaining 7 sts on body. (24)
R21: (2 sc, sc dec) x 6 (18)
R22: (4 sc, sc dec) x 3 (15)
Stuff body and fasten off white.


Make the collar – Holding the doll upside down, join turquoise yarn to FLO of R22. Ch 3, 2 dc in FLO 1st st, 3 dc in FLO of each of the next 14 sts (45)

Heart
(Make 1 – in pink)
R1: In magic ring: Ch 1, 8 hdc. Sl st join to first hdc (8)
R2: Ch 1, hdc inc x8. Sl st join to first hdc (16)
R3: Ch 1, (dc, tr) in same st, tr x2, (tr, dc) in next st, (dc, hdc) in next st, hdc inc x2, (dc, tr, dc) in next st, hdc inc x2, (hdc, dc) in next st, (dc, tr) in next st, tr x2, (tr, dc) in next st, sl st. 
Fasten off with long tail. Sew to the body.

Part 3 will be crocheting the head and adding a face to your doll.


Part 3:

Head
Stuff the head as you go.
R1: Attach skin tone yarn to BLO of R22 of the body in the back, 15 sc around (15)
R2: (3 sc, sc dec) x 3 (12)
R3: sc inc x 12 (24)
Insert neck support if you are using one, otherwise stuff as firmly as possible.
You can use foam hair rollers, popsicle sticks, plastic spoon, or crochet a tube the diameter of the neck and insert that. All of these methods will help prevent a bobble head.
R4: (1 sc, sc inc) x 12 (36)
R5: (5 sc, sc inc) x 6 (42)
R6: (6 sc, sc inc) x 6 (48)
R7-15: 48 sc (48)
R16: (6 sc, sc dec) x 6 (42)
R17: (5 sc, sc dec) x 6 (36)
R18: (4 sc, sc dec) x 6 (30)
R19: (3 sc, sc dec) x 6 (24)
Insert safety eyes between R12-13, 8 sts apart. Embroider eyelashes.
R20: (2 sc, sc dec) x 6 (18)
R21: (1 sc, sc dec) x 6 (12)
Finish stuffing head.
R22: sc dec x 6 (6)
Fasten off and close up head. Weave in ends.

Stitch a nose using skin tone color between R11-12. 
Add blush to cheeks if desired.


Part 4:

Hat
(Make 1 – starting in white)
R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
R2: sc inc x 6 (12)
R3: (1 sc, sc inc) x 6 (18)
R4: (2 sc, sc inc) x 6 (24)
R5: (3 sc, sc inc) x 6 (30)
R6: (4 sc, sc inc) x 6 (36)
R7: (5 sc, sc inc) x 6 (42)
R8: (6 sc, sc inc) x 6 (48)
R9-16: 48 sc (48) Change to turquoise on last st of R16.
R17-19: 48 sc (48)
Fasten off with long tail. Sew the hat to the head.

Ears
(Make 2 – in white)
R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
R2: 6 sc (6)
R3: sc inc x 6 (12)
R4: (3 sc, sc inc) x 3 (15)
R5-7: 15 sc (15)
R8: (3 sc, sc dec) x 3 (12)
R9: (2 sc, sc dec) x 3 (9)
Fasten off with long tail. Flatten ears (do not stuff) and sew to the hat.

Horn
(Make 1 – in yellow)
R1: 4 sc in magic ring (4)
R2: (1 sc, sc inc) x 2 (6)
R3: 6 sc (6)
R4: (2 sc, sc inc) x 2 (8)
R5: 8 sc (8)
R6: (3 sc, sc inc) x 2 (10)
R7: 10 sc (10)
R8: (4 sc, sc inc) x 2 (12)
R9-12: 12 sc (12)
Fasten off with tail. Stuff and sew to the hat.


Part 5:

Long curls
(Make 16 – in choice of colors)
R1: Ch 41, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook and next 39 chs (80)
Fasten off with tail. Sew 12 down the hat for the mane – in 2 rows of 6. Sew 4 to the body for the tail.

Short curls
(Make 4 – in choice of colors)
R1: Ch 21, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook and next 19 chs (40)
Fasten off with tail. Sew 2 on either side of the horn.


You're done!

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