Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Doll Pattern Video Tutorial

crochet doll with red coat and boots

Oh so pretty Caroline! This is the revised video tutorial that follows along with the Coraline doll pattern that I designed in 2011 but just revised in December 2013. The original pattern was ok but some of the parts were very fiddly and the video itself had some flaws.
I feel great that the video is done and I can move on and revise a couple more of my
older patterns to make them better too.

I decided to use different colors for the doll as I made the video tutorial and that is how Caroline was born.  I added pockets to the coat. The pockets were thought of after the doll was already finished so you might find it easier to sew them in before closing up the body part of the pattern.  Pocket pattern below

Copyright 2013 Author: Sharon Ojala - Amigurumi To Go, All rights reserved

Coat Pockets:
1) magic circle with 5st
2) ch1 and turn, starting with the 2nd st from the hook, 1hdc in each st
ch1 and put 1sc working across the straight edge of the half circle. Crochet over the starting yarn tail. f/o and sew to coat. This part of the pattern is shown at the end on the video tutorial

Video Here
Written Pattern Here

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Many Blessings to you!

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  1. I have posted my version on Amigurumi freely: the hardest part is always the finishing touch. Your tutorials make it a little bit easier for beginners. Many greetings from Belgium

    1. I seen your doll Sabine and she's absolutely beautiful. You did a fantastic job. I made an album to feature the dolls made from this revised pattern and your doll is the cover photo.
      Thank you for the message and I'm very happy the video was helpful

  2. I love all your crochet work Sharon You amaze me with all your characters. I have been following your work as much as I can.. I should of comment about it long ago. Thanks for being on here to show me and many others with the fun in crocheting..


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