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Huggable Baby Doll Crochet Pattern


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Huggable baby uses basic crochet stitches and crocheting in the round. Use two strands of worsted weight yarn held together and a size G crochet hook. Finished baby is approx. 19" tall from top of head to bottom of feet. Baby is shown wearing Carter's Newborn size clothes and a Newborn size diaper. Not shown in pictures here (there are some on my blog), but baby has a stitched/sculpted bottom/bum and of course a belly button. Pattern includes detailed written instructions (in English) for baby, first blanket, hat, wrap t-shirt and socks. In addition to yarn, stuffing and a tapestry needle, you will need one pair of size 15 mm safety eyes and a small piece of white felt to complete your baby doll. Be sure to visit my blog for tutorials, current promotions and any applicable pattern revisions/errata. Happy crocheting, Teri BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic crochet stitches, crocheting in the round GAUGE not important for this project SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS finished baby doll is approx. 19 inches tall

Recommended with this pattern

  • worsted weight yarn, fiberfill, a tapestry needle
  • one pair of size 15 mm safety eyes and small (1-2") piece of white felt for under eyes

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Teri Crews Designs
Teri Crews Designs
Hi, I've been crafting for as long as I can remember, My grandmother and mom both crocheted so there was always yarn around me (and of course there still is). I offer cute crochet patterns. Most of the toys use basic crochet stitches and are crocheted in the round. All patterns are offered as instant PDF downloads. Sorry no paper patterns or finished items are available. Be sure to visit my blog ( to find out what's on sale this week, get free patterns, see tutorials and get any applicable pattern errata/revisions. Feel free to make and sell the finished toys you create from my patterns, after all you are the one creating them, but please respect my copyright. Do not sell, alter, change, copy or share the pattern itself. Do you have questions about one of my patterns or need more information, send me an email and I'll get back to you as soon as I can or visit my blog for more info. Thanks for stopping by and happy crocheting, Teri