Bella Ballerina Amigurumi Doll


Bella Ballerina Amigurumi Doll

Bella Ballerina Amigurumi Doll
Bella Ballerina Amigurumi Doll

"Meet Bella the ballerina girl amigurumi free pattern is perfect handmade gift for everyone to enjoy. Let's make her with easy to follow step by step photo tutorial."


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This sweet faced little girl reminds me of the dolly on the Island of Misfit Toys in the Rankin Bass Rudolph video. Btw, theres a great mystery as to why exactly that doll was considered a misfit. No issues with this dainty young lady! Shes sure to delight any little girl lucky enough to receive her. You can change the hair and dress color and make an entire corps de ballet, too.

Working in the round has never been one of my favorite ways to crochet. I tend to loose count or the rounds don't line up. Recently I found a tutorial to help me with that and I am so looking forward to making this Bella Ballerina Amigurumi doll. Thank you for the pictures and the added notes along the way. I know I can make this and it will be a real winner with my Granddaughter.

My niece started taking dance when she was a little girl. She is almost all grown up now and taking dance in college. Although she did not study ballet, I am sure she will appreciate the sentiment as her Mom always had ballerina decor when she was young.

Thank you for the pattern ! Recently I purchased a pattern book at a craft shop, with a crocheted doll just about like this one, only with inter changeable clothes---the pattern book was $20.00 ! and when I started to read the instructions, I found the book was printed in the UK ! It was a struggle at first to figure out all their differences in what the stitches were called, and the difference in yarn and crochet hook sizes. I have been crocheting since I was five years old---am now 85----still love to crochet, but will be sure I stick to the good old U.S.A. patterns. Thank you again for the pattern---will be making dolls for my great granddaughters.


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