Witch Crochet Pattern for Fashion Dolls

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Witch Crochet Pattern for Fashion Dolls Pattern


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Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • able to follow a pattern
  • basic crochet stitches
  • front loops & back loops
  • amigurumi
  • basic sewing

Pattern Description:

Get your favourite fashion doll ready for a spooky halloween with this witch crochet pattern! This pattern includes instructions on how to crochet all of the pieces you see pictured - Dress, Knickers & Stockings, Hat, Heels, Broom, and Kitty.

I used crochet cotton thread #10 and a 1.7mm hook to crochet all of the pieces except for the cat where a 1.05mm hook was used instead.

This pattern has 9 pages, and is in a PDF format.

The Patterns are copyrighted to me, however, you are more than welcome to sell what you make from the patterns.

*NOTE: Pumpkins are NOT included in this pattern. See Crochet Pumpkins Galore! for pumpkin patterns.


  • crochet cotton thread size 10 ~ about 200-250m (2oz) in black, 75-100m (1oz) in purple & orange, 25-50m (less than 1oz) green, and a small amount of pink.
  • 1.7mm (for everything except for cat), and 1.5mm (for cat pattern only) hooks
  • tapestry needle
  • stitch marker, or safety pins
  • polyester fiberfil for stuffing cat
  • 1 wire hanger for broom, and something to cut it, alternatively a kabob stick can be used
  • 1 pipe cleaner for legs
  • 10 cm (4") of bendable wire size 0.4mm for cat tail (optional)

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Circulo Clea

About Designer

About Designer

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Hi, my name is Rebeckah! I have been crocheting for many years ever since my mother taught me when I was 10. I started out crocheting simple clothes for my barbies. As I got better at it I started crocheting more elaborate designs for barbie, only this time for my younger sisters. Then, I started to branch out into other areas such as accessories, bags, wallets, baby layettes, and other toys. ...

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