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These are for a 12" baby doll but
could be easily adjusted to fit larger or smaller dollies:
Baby DOLL BOOTIES
Beverly A. Qualheim 2007
Size G hook
Sport weight or
worsted weight yarn
Rnd 1: Chain 3
(counts as 1st dc) and dc into the 1st chain. Make 5 more dc into same
hole. (7 dcs)
Rnd 2: 2 dc in
each dc around, join with sl st into top of initial ch 3. Ch 3 (14 dc)
Rnd 3: dc in
each dc around, join with sl st into top of ch 3, ch 3.
Rnd 4: dc in
each dc around. Join with sl st in top of ch 3. Ch 1.
Rnd 5: sc in
every other st around (so you are decreasing). Join and ch 1. (7 sc)
Rnd 6: sc in
each sc around. Join, ch 1. (7 sc)
Rnd 7: sc in
each sc around. Join and ch 2.
Rnd 8: *sl st
into next sc, ch 2 and repeat from * around (you are making picot edge
around). Join with sl st and finish off.
Baby Doll Bonnet
Size G hook and
less than 1 oz of Baby Yarn like Caron CuddleSoft
1) Ch 3, dc into
1st chain, dc 14 more in same chain, join with a sl st into top of
first ch 3. (15 dcs made)
2) Ch 3, dc into
same dc, 2 dc into each dc around, join with st st into top of ch 3.
3) Ch 3 (counts
as 1st dc), dc into same stitch. DC into next 26 dcs, ch 3, turn
4 - 7) Dc into
same ch 3 st, and into each dc across. Ch 1, turn
Going across the back/bottom of the bonnet - 20 sc evenly across. Ch 1
turn (you can also decrease at the back/base of bonnet by skipping a sc
in the middle on each row.)
rows on front of
bonnet. Ch 3, *skip 1 st, sc into next. Repeat from * across. Ch 3 and
turn. Repeat last row alternating which stitch you skip to every other
stitch that was not worked on the last row. Creates a pretty ruffle in
the front of the bonnet.
End off and
weave in ends of yarn inside the bonnet.
a ribbon to weave through the last row of the front of the bonnet,
before the ruffle was added or around the base of the bonnet- your
preference. You could also make a chain to fit and tie
(about 15" long)
The hat can be
enlarged if you wish, by
increasing the stitches in the 3rd round-- making 2 dc in every other
dc, and then crochet 12 -13 rows for bonnet.
Beverly A. Qualheim 2007
G Hook, 4 ply
white yarn (1/2 oz or so)
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Rnd 1, Sc in
each ch around (26 sts). Do NOT join, but you can place a marker here
to tell where the round starts..
Just keep going
around in sc, for a total of 8 rounds
Rnd 9 (Leg)
half way around and then fold the bloomers sides together and join in
the middle 2 scs on each side, with a dc.. Ch 3 (counts as first dc)
Dc around one leg in
each sc around. (15 sts)
Rnd 10 - Dc in each
dc around, join.
Ruffle: Rnd 11 - *ch
3, sl st into next dc. Repeat from * around joining with a slip stitch.
2nd leg: Join
yarn in any sc at top of leg. Ch 3, dc in each st around, join, ch 3
Rnd 2: dc in each dc
around, join, ch 2.
Rnd 3 (ruffle): sl st
into next dc, ch 3, sl st, into next dc, repeat around, join, end off.
Bev's Baby Doll Sweater
Beverly A. Qualheim
Size H hook, 1 oz baby
yarn or sport weight
Ch 22 for bottom
Row 1: DC in 3rd ch from hook, and in each ch across, ch 3, turn (20
Rows 2-6: Dc in
each dc across. Ch 3 at end of each row except row 6, just turn (20 dc)
Row 7: Ch 10 for
sleeve, turn and dc in 2nd ch from hook, dc in each ch across arm and
then across sweater. (9 dc for sleeve)
Row 8: Ch 10 for
other sleeve, turn, dc back down sleeve (9 dc), dc in each dc across
Rows 9 - 12:
Continuing dc across each row, ch 3 at end and turn.
Row 13: dc in 12 dcs,
ch 12, (head opening) skip 12 dc, then dc into next dc and dc in next
13 dcs, ch 3, turn
Rows 14-17: dc
in each dc across, ch 3, turn.
Row 18: dc in
each dc across, ch 1, turn
Row 19: sl st in
9 sts, ch 3, and dc across row. Ch 3, turn.
Rows 20- 24: Dc in
each dc across, and ch 3 at end of each row, except last one.
End off. (Cut a
long 15" tail to stitch up sides of sweater.)
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