Sakura Free Crochet Pattern

small sakura PATTERN

By: Isadora Félix

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Difficulty level: Easy/Medium

WARNING: You have to know basic sewing skills to be able to define the legs from the body!

Terminology US: MR: Magic Ring sc: Single crochet inc: Increase (to do 2 sc in the same stitch) dec: Decrease (to close two stitches together to become one) sl st: Slip stitch
Materiais: – 3,0mm hook
– Yarn
– Polyester filling
– Buttons for the eyes
– Glue
– Tapestry needle to sew the parts together    

Head:

1. MR 6sc (6)

2. 1inc in every sc from round 1 (12)

3. 1sc, 1 inc – 6x (18)

4. 2sc, 1 inc – 6x (24)

Now, let’s make 5 rounds with 24 stitches in each one:

5-9. 24sc

Now, let’s start decreasing it until we have 18 stitches, so we can stuff it:

10. 2 sc, 1dec – 6x (18)

Let’s stuff it and increase it again for the body.

Body: change yarn

11. 2sc, 1 inc – 6x (24)

Now, let’s make 10 rounds with 24 stitches in each one:

11-20. 24sc

Stuff it and create a circle to serve as “lid” for the bottom of the doll.

 like that.

1. MR 6sc (6)

2. 1inc in every sc from round 1 (12)

3. 1sc, 1 inc – 6x (18)

4. 2sc, 1 inc – 6x (24)

Sew it to “close” the doll.

Arms: Make 2

1. MR 6sc (6)

2. 1inc in every sc from round 1 (12)

3-7. 12sc in each row.

Sew it to the body.

Hair

Use the tapestry needle to attach the hair yarn.

Headband:

Chain as many as you need to go around the head. Then, 1sc in each ch. One row is enough. The grey part is the same.

Eyes are the black part of googly eyes. The white circle from the dress is white yarn glued.

Contact: Artist: Isadora Félix Email: contact@crochetouche.com Site: www.crochetouche.com

It’s done!

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