2 This is Pattern for baby only. Pattern for clothes and variations on bent arm or open mouth head you can find on AmigurumiBB.com as separate patterns or photo tutorials Materials needed: 2,0 mm crochet hook sport weight cotton yarn in skin color of your choice Stuffing of your choice cotton darning needle for closing and sewing the last round embroidery thread for eyes tiny bit of pink embroidery floss for mouth (if you will be adding them on) eye shadow, powder blush, chalk or crayons in light pink; all these will work great to add little color to cheeks buttons in 1,5-2,5 cm size (adjust the size based on your work) 3,5 cm long cotter pins (instead of cotter pins you can use paper clips, wire...check photos and additional info on joints on my blog) Finished size: 27 cm or 10.6 standing Gauge: 7 rounds x 6 stitches in 1square inch (2,5 cm) Abbreviations: (US terminology) st(s) sl st sc ch inc dec FO stitches slip stitch single crochet chain increasing stitch (2 single crochet stitches worked in one stitch) decreasing stitch (two stitches together, invisible decrease used in this pattern) fasten off Work in continuous rounds unless otherwise specified.
3 Head R1: sc8 in magic ring R2: inc8 (16 sts) R3: (inc, sc) x8 (24 sts) R4: (inc, sc2) x8 (32 sts) R5: (inc, sc3) x8 (40 sts) R6: (inc, sc4) x8 (48 sts) R7: (inc, sc5) x8 (56 sts) R8-R17 sc56 sts (repeat 56sts for 10 rounds) R18: inc8, sc4, inc8, sc36 (72 sts) R19: sc40, (dec, sc6) x4 (68 sts) R20: sc36, (dec, sc6) x4 (64 sts) R21: sc36, (sc5, dec) x4 (60 sts) R22: sc36, (sc4, dec) x4 (56 sts) R23: sc56 sts R24: dec8, sc4, dec8, sc20 (40 sts) R25: (dec, sc2) x6, sc16 (34 sts) R26: (dec, sc) x6, sc16 (28 sts) R27: (sc, dec) x4, sc16 (24 sts) FO, stuff head. Nose is added right after R18 over 2 middle stitches on the area where sc4 were made previous round. Place eyes 3-4 rounds above the nose, leaving 8 stitches between them. Waldorf doll's eyes are embroidered on the face, but if you prefer safety or sew on eyes, feel free to add them instead. Stuffing this head will be time consuming and you might end up stuffing it in several times. Head needs to be stuffed firmly! Stuff the head as firm as you can, then leave it aside for stuffing to set in. After few hours or day, try adding some more stuffing. Cheeks on this doll need to end up chubby and as you can see, doll has curved back of the head and nice neck line. All this has to be visible and all that depends on how you stuff.
4 How to embroider eyes and mouth Body Before starting with the body, you'll need to make arms and legs and mount buttons with cotter pins inside them. If you will use cotter pins, prepare 4 of them for each limb. Depending on hook size and yarn you use, you'll decide on which size buttons or discs to use later. I used cotter pins 1,5 inch long (3,7 cm) and buttons in diameters: 2cm for legs, and 1,5 cm for arms Important is that they fit inner tights and under arms area nicely. Hope photos I took will help you understand and see it more clear. Before you start crocheting mount cotter pins on your buttons or prepare all materials for joints. Instead of this house made joints, you can use original discs and cotter pins you can find online or plastic ones that work same way as safety eyes. For home made joints I have prepared few guideline photos. Try finding them under Help Pages and Tutorials on AmigurumiBB.com.
5 Arms (make2) starting with chain, working in continuous rounds After making hand, stuff, and continue stuffing as you go. Arm needs to be stuffed well. Specially shoulder area, where button will be placed. ch4 R1: sc2, 3sc in one chain st, continue around chain, sc1, inc1 (8 sts) R2: inc, sc, inc3, sc, inc2 (14 sts) R3: sc, inc, sc2, (inc, sc) x3, inc, sc, inc (20 sts) R4-R6: sc20 R7: cluster or popcorn with 3-4 dc (whichever you prefer, important is to count it as 1 st, in case you finish the stitch and chain 1 as you would usually do, in the next round you'll have to skip this one chain if made and count the round without it), sc19 (20 sts) R8: sc20 R9: (dec, sc8) x2 (18 sts) R10: dec, sc16 (17 sts) R11: sc8, dec, sc7 (16 sts) R12: sc8, inc, sc7 (17 sts) R13: sc17 R14: sc9, inc, sc7 (18 sts) R15: sc18 R16: sc10, inc, sc7 (19 sts) R17: sc19 R18: sc11, inc, sc7 (20 sts) R19 sc20 R20: dec2, sc7, inc2, sc7 (20 sts) R21: inc2, sc7, dec2, sc7 (20 sts) R22: sc20
6 R23: sc2, inc, sc8, dec, sc7 (20 sts) R24: sc20 R25: sc3, inc, sc8, dec, sc6 (20 sts) R26: sc20 R27: sc4, inc, sc8, dec, sc5 (20 sts) R28-R30: sc20 R31: (dec, dc2) x5 (15 sts) you'll need to place button and cotter pin right above R31. Follow the photo as your guide. Size of the button should not exceed next two rounds (up). At the moment you place the button and cotter pin, the button can exceed the arm on top, but you will cover it with next two rounds and close it inside the arm. This way it will form the shoulder nicely. R32: sc15 R33: (dec, sc) x5 (10 sts) add more stuffing. Stuffing needs to be well distributed all the way. Add extra before closing last round if necessary. R34: dec5 (5 sts) Fasten off leaving long end for sewing last round closed. Hide yarn inside the arm.
7 Legs (make2) Same as with arms, start with chain, work in continuous rounds. After foot is done, stuff, and continue stuffing as you go. Leg needs to be stuffed nice and firm as well. Ch10 R1: sc8, 3sc in 1ch st, work around chain, sc7, inc (20 sts) R2: inc, sc7, inc3, sc7, inc2 (26 sts) R3: sc, inc, sc8, (inc, sc)x3, sc7, inc, sc, inc (32 sts) R4: sc32 R5: sc11, dec4, sc13 (28 sts) R6: sc9, dec4, sc9, dec (23 sts) R7: dec, sc5, dec4, sc6, dec (17 sts) R8: sc7, dec, sc8 (16 sts) R9: sc16 R10: sc7, inc, sc8 (17 sts) R11: sc17 R12: sc8, inc, sc8 (18 sts) R13: sc18 R14: sc9, inc, sc8 (19 sts) R15: sc19 R16: sc10, inc, sc8 (20 sts) R17: sc20 R18: sc11, inc, sc8 (21 sts) R19: sc12, inc, sc8 (22 sts) R20: dec2, sc8, inc2, sc8 (22 sts) R21: dec2, sc8, inc2, sc8 (22 sts) R22: sc22 R23: inc2, sc8, dec2, sc8 (22 sts) R24: inc4, sc18 (26 sts)
8 R25: sc3, inc2, sc10, dec2, sc7 (26 sts) R22-R27: sc26 R28: sc18, inc, sc7 (27 sts) R29-R30: sc27 R31: sc19, inc, sc7 (28 sts) R32-R33: sc28 R34: (dec, sc5) x4 (24 sts) R35: sc24 place cotter pin and button right after this round (R35) R36: (dec, sc2) x6 (18 sts) R37: sc18 R38: (dec, sc) x6 (12 sts) add stuffing inside top of the leg before making last round R39: dec6 (6 sts) fasten off, leaving long end for sewing. Sew the last round closed.
9 Body Starting with chain, working from bottom up. Ch6 R1: sc4, 3sc in one ch st, work around chain, sc3, inc (12 sts) R2: inc, sc3, inc3, sc3, inc2 (18 sts) R3: sc, inc, sc4, (inc, sc)x3, sc3, inc, sc, inc (24 sts) R4: sc2, inc, sc5 (inc, sc2)x3, sc3, inc, sc2, inc (30 sts) R5: sc30 R6: sc3, inc, sc6, (inc, sc3)x3, sc3, inc, sc3, inc (36 sts) legs will be added to round 6. You will find nice place to push the cotter pin through increasing stitches on each side. As you placed the cotter pin through the stitch, open it and mount on the button from the inside the body. Using pliers, curl the cotter pin and tighten buttons (legs and body) nicely, Tighten that much so the limbs can move nicely. Don't leave them too loose though. They have to move, but yet, have to stay firm and tight. R7: sc36 R8: sc4, inc, sc7, (inc, sc4)x3, sc3, inc, sc4, inc (42 sts) R9: sc42
10 R10: sc5, inc, sc8, (inc, sc5)x3, sc3, inc, sc5, inc (48 sts) R11-R13: sc48 R14: (sc22, dec)x2 (46 sts) R15-R16: sc46 R17: (dec, sc21)x2 (44 sts) R18-R19: sc44 R20: (sc20, dec)x2 (42 sts) R21-23: sc42 R24: (inc, sc20)x2 (44 sts) R25: sc44 R26: (inc, sc21)x2 (46 sts) R27: sc46 R28: (inc, sc22)x2 (48 sts) R29: sc48 R30: (dec, sc6) x6 (42 sts) R31: sc42 R32: (dec, sc5) x6 (36 sts) R33: sc36 place arms on R36, on sides, same way as legs were placed. Insert the cotter pin on the body. Open it, mount the button and curl it tight. You might want to stuff the body at this point and continue stuffing as you go. The body needs to be stuffed nice and firm. R34: (dec, sc4)x6 (30 sts) R35: sc30 R36: (dec, sc3)x3 (24 sts) R37-R38: sc24 Fasten off leaving long end for sewing body and head together. Finish stuffing, and add some more if needed before closing the neck.
11 And your Waldorf baby is done! Hope you enjoyed. For those that don't know how to start from chain and work in continuous rounds, please check the below photo. Pay attention to direction of the work, not the stitches used. For any questions you might have, please feel free to contact me by mail on: To follow my work and be informed on the news, please feel free to come and visit:
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