My name is Michelle, an Indie crochet designer, and the co-owner of HA! Handmade, an online crochet business started with my friend, Susie on Facebook. I love to free-hand crochet and recently ...
My name is Michelle, an Indie crochet designer, and the co-owner of HA! Handmade, an online crochet business started with my friend, Susie on Facebook. I love to free-hand crochet and recently decided to start writing things down. My designs are different...Whimsical? Odd?I just call it ART. After all, Art is just self-expression and evokes different feelings for different people. And my patterns let you put your own artistic touch on your creation.
You can visit us at our:
Facebook pattern page: www.facebook.com/hahandmadecrochetpatterns
Facebook product page:
as well as Twitter & Pinterest!
This fun and customizable pattern is worked in the round and includes instructions to make a two sided Topsy Turvy doll. You can make it into a bride and flower girl keepsake doll, or any occasion regular doll. You can make this doll with or without Tulle, but the tulle option is beautiful and fun!
It has 4 different hairstyle suggestions (Long Full Hair, Side Braid, Up-do and Curly Pigtails), as well as accessory instructions for a bouquet, flower basket, headband and hair flower.
The possibilities are limitless, because you can choose any hair, dress, accessory and skin color you desire! You can customize this as a gift to a special flower girl or to any special little girls in your life!
It is in English and uses US Standard terms. It includes photo tutorials, detailed instructions, and grants permission to sell the finished dolls.
Please read through the pattern instructions before you begin. This pattern requires some hand stitching, and has some small parts. Photos are included to assist with proper placement and assembly.
If you have any questions or comments about this pattern, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or on our facebook page at www.facebook.com/ILOVEHA.Handmade.
Follow us on Twitter and Pinterest! More original patterns coming soon!
Gauge is not essential to this project. If your fabric has holes, reduce hook size or polyfill amounts.