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Amigurumi Snow White Free Crochet Pattern

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Today, the new daily crochet pattern Amigurumi Snow White Free Crochet Pattern, I want to give you some information about this pattern;

The finished princess made with the suggested materials stands approx. 21 cm (8.3 inches) tall. Changing to a different yarn weight and hook size will result in a different sized doll.

Skill Level Needed:
Intermediate – You have to be familiar with basic crochet stitches – such as single and double crochet – and with how amigurumi is made and assembled.

Materials Needed:
4-ply milk cotton in the following colors: color A (1 skein) – white #01, color B (1 skein) – beige #03, color C (1 skein) – golden #11, color D (1 skein) – black #34, color E (5 grams) – red #09, color F (5 grams) – royal blue #20, color G (1 m / 3.2 feet)- dark coffee #32

 Use a stitch marker to mark the beginning of each round.

 All stitches are worked in both loops unless stated otherwise in the pattern.

 Work in continuous rounds unless it is stated otherwise in the pattern.

 You can either weave in the yarn ends or hide them in the stuffing. You can even secure them with a knot if you’d like. It won’t affect the finished look.

 When the pattern does not give directions, attach the pieces to wherever you want them. You may use the pictures as a guide.

Snow White
Arm x 2

Use color B
Round 1: 7 sc in a magic ring = 7
Round 2-16: 7 sc (15 rounds) = 7
Fasten off, weave the yarn tail in. Fold two chenille stems as shown in the picture, and insert them into the arms.

Body and head
Use color A

Trace the base of the body onto a piece of cardboard or plastic and cut out the circle. Fit it inside the body. Put in 13-14 weighted beads (or enough the cover the bottom) and start stuffing the body as you go.

Round 51-63: 54 sc (13 rounds) = 54
Round 64: (7 sc, dec) x 6 = 48
Round 65: (6 sc, dec) x 6 = 42
Round 66: (5 sc, dec) x 6 = 36
Round 67: (4 sc, dec) x 6 = 30

Round 68: (3 sc, dec) x 6 = 24
Round 69: (2 sc, dec) x 6 = 18
Round 70: (sc, dec) x 6 = 12
Round 71: 6 dec = 6

Fasten off, cut the yarn. Weave the tail through the front loops of the last
round and pull it tight to close the opening. Hide the remaining tail.

Ear x 2
Use color B
Work in rows. Row 1: 6 sc in a magic ring = 6
Row 2: tch, 6 sc = 6
Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing. Sew the ears on the head between rounds 15-17, counting from the top. Mark the position of the eyes, eyebrows and nose with straight pins as such:
Eyes: between rows 15-16 of the head, counting from the top, 11 sts apart
Eyebrows: 3 rounds above the eyes, 4 sts long, 7 sts apart
Nose: 3 rounds below the eyes, 3 sts long.
Use yarn B for the nose (make 4 turns), and yarn G to embroider the eyebrows and eyelashes. Glue the eyes in place and embroider the eyeliner. Apply some blush to the cheeks and eyelids.

Trace the wood slice onto the grass mat. Place the doll in the middle and trace its base too (see the pictures below). Cut out this ring and glue it on the wood slice.

Use color A
Work in rows. Row 1: ch 38, starting from the 7th chain from the hook 32 sc = 32
The skipped stitches will be our first buttonhole. Row 2: tch, (inc, 3 sc) x 8 FLO =40

Fasten off, weave the yarn tail in. Turn the dress upside down. Row 22: Pull up a loop in the first FLO on row 2 of the dress (see the picture), ch 3, (dc, dc inc) x 16
Fasten off, weave the yarn tail in. Glue row 22 on the dress.

Small bow
Use color E
Work ch 2, hdc, ch 2, sl, ch 2, hdc, ch 2, sl in a magic ring, pull it tight, cut
the yarn. Wrap the tail around the middle two times. Glue the finished
bow to the dress, as shown in the picture.
Put the dress on the doll, and sew the sides of the dress (rows 10-20)
together on the back. Sew buttons on the bodice opposite the buttonholes.

Continue crocheting on the hair cap. Work on the wrong side. Strand 1-7: ch 30, starting from the 2
nd chain from the hook 29 sc, skip 1 st, sl into the next st (7 strands)
Strand 8-18: ch 33, starting from the 3 rd chain from the hook 31 hdc, skip 1 st, sl into the next st (11 strands)
Fasten off and weave the yarn tail in.

Pin the strands in place, as seen in the pictures, and glue them to the
head. Make sure that the wrong side of the hair cap is facing up.

Use color E
Large bow
Work in joined rounds. Round 1: ch 40, join with sl to form a ring, 40 sc, sl = 40
Round 2-5: ch, 40 sc, sl (4 rounds) = 40
Cut the yarn, leave a 40 cm (16”) tail.

Ch 36, starting from the 2nd chain from the hook 35 sc. Fasten off and leave a 30 cm (12”) long tail. Flatten the bow, put it in the center of the band, and wrap the tail over the middle several times. Hide the remaining tail. Put the headband over the head. Thread the long tail through the head and the opposite
end of the headband. Make a small stitch on the headband, and thread the yarn through the same holes you did previously. Knot the yarn ends together. Hide the knot and the remaining ends. Attach the finished doll to the wooden base.


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