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Spring Pixie Doll

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Crochet your own little pixie doll from my original pattern! This Waldorf-inspired toy will provide hours of imaginative play for your little one. Woodland pixies are distant cousins of the fairies, though they lack wings. They are quite shy and highly skilled at hiding, which is why you rarely glimpse them. Still, this makes them very good at playing hide-and-seek and peek-a-boo. Pixies refuse to wear shoes, but they love pretty dresses and hats. Being quite modest, they also like having underthings to match their dresses. I am rating this pattern as medium difficulty, though I'd be happy to coach a beginner through any parts that confuse them. I'm always happy to answer questions if something in a pattern is a little unclear. It is written in US crochet terms. IMPORTANT! All patterns are designed by Rachel Kovaciny (Huggermugger) and are protected by copyright laws. You may make your own items from these patterns and sell them, but you may not reproduce or distribute this pattern in any form for any reason other than following its instructions yourself to crochet an item. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Chain, single crochet, double crochet, slip stitch, hand sewing GAUGE 4 single crochet stitches = 1 inch for doll 6 double crochet stitches = 1 inch for clothing SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 11 inches tall 7.5 inch arm span 6 inches around the body 7 inches around the head

Recommended with this pattern

  • H/8 (5mm) crochet hook
  • B/1 (2.25mm) crochet hook
  • 150 yards of sock yarn for the clothes

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Huggermugger
Huggermugger
I can't remember a time when I wasn't creating things. My mom taught me to crochet and sew, I took art lessons, and I'm now slowly learning to knit. I love the whole crafting process, from coming up with an idea or design to seeing it take shape to enjoying the finished product.