Baby Mia

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Baby Mia Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Single Crochet
  • Double Crochet
  • Decrease
  • Slip Stitch
  • Chain

Pattern Description:

I love designing cute little babies. I have a little 3 month old so that little baby fever is in the air... Anything cute, cuddly that you just want to squeal and squish..

I designed Baby Mia with that in mind, something small, but yet so cute that it gives you that feeling that you just want to squeal and scoop up and just squish all your hugs and love into this little gal.

She is sure to be a delight to anyone who comes across her.

Baby Mia uses the basic stitches.
She is about 3 inches tall, but of course the size will depend on the types of yarn, size of crochet hook and how loose or tight you crochet.
You can use Embroidery Punch Yarn, thin Acrylic Yarn, or other types of yarn to get the unique size and look of your Baby Mia Doll.

Pattern includes detailed instructions in English and many pictures to make the complete look of your Baby Mia Doll.
Included is how to crochet her blanket.

If you need help or run into problems creating your Baby Mia Doll, please don't hesitate to contact me. I'm happy to help.

A little info about the copyrights of this pattern... You can make as many dolls and friends using this pattern that your hands can make. And... you can sell as many dolls and friends you can make using this pattern... You do not need permission to do so ** . The things you cannot do with this pattern are... make copies of it for sale or to give away... or make changes to it to resell the pattern as yours.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 3 inches

About Designer

About Designer

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Hi Im Toni Marie, and I have been crocheting for almost 30 years now.

From the moment I learned my very first crochet stitch (which was the double crochet), and I couldn't read a crochet pattern at that time, I was creating anything I could, from purses to slippers.

Now almost 30 years later, my skills have developed tremendously and I am able to present to you adorable patterns to ...

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