A pattern for this beautiful crochet doll, designed by Lir from Crochet with Lir.
Please note: This is a PATTERN ONLY, not a finished product.
Elsa is not a typical little elf. As ‘Santa’s little helper’ she’s pretty busy during the winter, but she still finds time to be with her family. She enjoys watching films and loves to eat Apple Pie. Her favourite movie is ‘Frozen’.
(Guess who’s her favourite character in the movie…? Someone with a similar name …)
‘Elsa’ is a wired doll and she’s completely flexible – her legs are attached to the body with a button joint so she can move them freely. Her body is crocheted from the waist to the top of her head as one piece and the arms are joined to the body by crochet and not sewing. She comes with 1 set of elf clothing – T shirt, trousers, shoes and a hat.
This 16-page PDF pattern is in English (both US and UK terms available). It contains a detailed description of how to make this doll with step-by-step written instructions and pictures, a list of materials and abbreviation. There’s also a FREE video tutorial so you can follow me on the video as you work.
You will receive the PDF pattern by email immediately after your purchase. The link to the free video tutorial is attached on the 2nd page of the pattern.
You will need to know intermediate crochet and amigurumi skills.
A demonstration of stitches is available on my website here: https://crochetwithlir.wixsite.com/home/basic-crochet
Doll Size: ‘Elsa’ is 8″ / 20cm from feet to the top of her head when following the recommended yarn weight and hook size.
You will need:
2.5mm Crochet Hook
4 ply Cotton Yarn – White, Skin tone, Hair color, Red, Green.
1mm Elastic string (Length: about 12” / 30 cm)
1mm soft wire (Length: about 42” / 1.1 meters)
0.75mm / 0.03” buttons – x4+ 2 white buttons of the same size.
Needles: Darning and embroidery sizes.
Sewing threads (Black and White)
Size 0 Hook & Eye Fasteners – x3
6mm Safety eyes + backing caps
I’d love to see your finished item, please post it on my community page.
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For videos of basic crochet stitches click here
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