My friend asked me to make five different Disney Princess amigurumi dolls for her five daughters. I had a lot of fun sketching up the design ideas and writing the patterns, and I wanted to share the patterns with other fellow yarn lovers out in Internet Land.
Something that sets this pattern apart: I wanted to give Tiana the big head and super-cute face details typical of Japanese Kawaii style (think Hello Kitty and Power Puff Girls). I also enjoyed making the leaves and flower for the water lily dress. (Lego frog sold separately.)
Definitions of stitch abbreviations and materials list are included. Instructive photo illustrations included.
10 single crochet stitches x 10 rows = about 2 inches square
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