Comfort dolls

Project Description

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Duduza doll Link to website or photo What are you most proud of? I've been able to personalize these quite easily and also adjust the final size by changing up the needle size. The two larger ones were made with a size 6 needle and the smaller one with thinner yarn and the called for needle size. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have fun with these! Also, I found it easier to embroider the face before stitching all the way up. I was able to mark the center front and keep everything symmetrical. The hair is simply a strand of fun fur blended with the regular yarn. Instead of pants, I split the number of rows and made skirts for the girls.

What you will need

  • Various worsted weight yarns
  • fun fur and on the smaller version
  • sport weight yarn

Q&A with jillbohrer

leeny837751 asked:
It also says Dangerous site.
jillbohrer answered:
I'm not sure why, I go straight to the pattern page. Try this
janineknits asked:
I make these in the round with sock needles so there is no sewing up needed.
jillbohrer answered:
I'm going to try that next time. Thanks for the tip! Sewing up is my least favorite part.
Nursey asked:
I would love the pattern for you dolls if possible. Thanks Anne
jillbohrer answered:
I tried to fix the link for the pattern. Some people were having trouble with it. Hope it works now!
Berneece asked:
Where are patterns found ? I love them a great charity project.
jillbohrer answered:
use the link above or there is another in the comments below
Simply PegiAnne asked:
I have tried repeatedly to clink the link(s) for this pattern and each time I get, "Unable to connect". Any ideas, proper link...? Thanks!
jillbohrer answered:
I have no idea what happened to the original site, but try this one at ravelry