Cinderella Crochet Pattern

Cinderella Crochet Pattern


Cinderella Crochet Pattern

Cinderella's dearest wish comes true with this crochet amigurumi pattern. She wears a blue dress decorated with silver moons and stars, and crystal slippers made of silver metallic yarn. Any little girl will love carrying her around in her own little horse and buggy. Small amounts of yellow or gold hair will certainly scream Cinderella, but you can easily use a different color to make a mini-me type. This is an easy crochet pattern you don't want to miss out on.

Excerpt from Fairytale Crochet by Louise Tyler, CICO Books

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

BONUS! For this pattern and others like it, check out Fairytale Crochet by Louise Tyler.



  • DK (light worsted) yarn:
  • Small amount of yellow or gold (A) 20g (3⁄4oz) of flesh tone (B) 1 x 50g (13⁄4oz) ball of light blue (C) Small amount of silver metallic yarn (D)
  • US size D/3 (3mm) crochet hook
  • Removeable stitch marker
  • Toy stuffing
  • Tapestry needle
  • Sewing needle
  • Embroidery thread (or 2ply yarn) in black, blue, red and silver
  • Silver or crystal beads (to fit the metallic yarn)

Size: 7 1⁄4 in (18cm) tall



Base ring: Using yarn B, ch5, ss into first ch to make a ring. Ch1, 8dc in ring, ss into first dc to join round. Place marker. Ensure you move the marker every round. Each round starts and finishes at center back of figure, working in a spiral. (8 sts)
Round 1: 2sc in each st around. (16 sts)
Rounds 2–4: Sc around. (16 sts)
Round 5: [1sc, sc2tog, 1sc into next st] 4 times. (12 sts)
Round 6: Sc2tog to end of round. (6 sts)
Round 7: Sc around. (6 sts)
Fill head with toy stuffing. Turning chains are worked from this point on.

Increase for shoulders:
Round 8: 3ch (counts as 1dc now and throughout), 1dc at base of ch, 2dc in each st around, ss in 3rd ch of t-ch to join. (12 sts)
Round 9: Rep Round 8. (24 sts)
Fasten off yarn B and join yarn C.
Round 10: 1ch, [2sc, 2sc in next st, 3sc] 4 times, ss to first sc to join. (28 sts)

Round 11: 1ch, 4sc, skip 6 sts, 8sc, skip 6 sts, 4sc, ss to first sc to join. This creates two armholes of 6 sts each and a central bodice of 16 sts.
Continue to work into bodice sts only as follows:
Rounds 12–13: 1ch, sc around, ss to first sc to join. (16 sts)
Shape waist:
Round 14: 1ch, *4sc, 1sc, sc2tog, 1sc; rep from * once, ss to first sc to join. (14 sts)
Round 15: 1ch, 1sc, [2sc, sc2tog, 2sc] twice, 1sc, ss to first sc to join. (12 sts)

Crinoline skirt:
Round 16: 3ch, 1dc in base of ch, 2dc in next st, 1dc, [2dc in each of next 2 sts, 1dc] 3 times, ss in 3rd ch of t-ch to join. (20 sts)
Round 17: 3ch, [2dc in next st, 1dc] to last st, 2dc in last st, ss in 3rd ch of t-ch to join. (30 sts)
Round 18: 3ch, [2dc in next st, 1dc] to last st, 2dc, ss in 3rd ch of t-ch to join. (45 sts)
Rounds 19–23: 3ch, dc around, ss to 3rd ch of t-ch to join. (45 sts)

Work scallop edging:
Round 24: 1ch, sc in first st, * miss 1 st, 5dc in next st, miss 1 st, sc in next st; rep from * rep 10 more times, ss into first sc to join. (11 scallops)
Fasten off yarn C. Weave in ends.

Arms: (make 2)
Join yarn B to any st in armhole. Place sts marker and work in spirals as follows:
Round 1: [2sc in next st, 2sc] twice. (8 sts)
Round 2: Sc around. (8 sts)
Round 3: [Sc2tog, 2sc] twice. (6 sts)
Rounds 4–7: Sc around. (6 sts)
Round 8: [Sc2tog, 1sc] twice. (4 sts)
Round 9: Sc around. Fasten off yarn B, leaving a 3in (7.5cm) tail. Use tapestry needle to weave into last round, tightening sts together as you sew.

Base ring: Using yarn C, 5ch, ss into first ch to make a ring, 3ch, 9dc into ring, ss into third ch of t-ch to join. (10 sts)
Round 1: 3ch, 1dc in base of ch, 2dc in each st around, ss in 3rd ch of t-ch to join. (20 sts)
Round 2: 3ch, 2dc in next st, [1dc, 2dc in next st] to end of round, ss in 3rd ch of t-ch to join. (30 sts)
Round 3: 3ch, 1dc, 2dc in next st, [2dc, 2dc in next st] to end of round, ss in 3rd ch of t-ch to join. (40 sts)
Fasten off, leaving 12in (30cm) tail.

Using yarn B, 2ch, 4sc in second ch, ss into first sc to make a ring. Place marker. Move and replace marker as you go. (4 sts)
Rounds 1–4:Working in spirals (no t-chs), sc around. Fasten off leaving 4in (10cm) tail.

Using A, 2ch, 8sc in second ch, ss in first sc to join. (8 sts)
Rounds 1–2: 1ch, sc around, ss in first sc to join. (8 sts)
Fill shape with a pea sized ball of toy stuffing.
Round 3: 1ch, sc2tog to end of round, ss in first sc to join. (4 sts)
Rounds 4: 3ch, 1dc in base of ch, 2dc in each st around, ss in third ch of t-ch to join. (8 sts)
Round 5: Rep Round 4. (16 sts)

Row 1: 2ch (counts as 1hdc), 5dc(flo), 1hdc(flo), turn. (7 sts)
Row 2: 1ch, 1hdc(flo), 3dc(flo), hdc2tog(flo). (5 sts)
Fasten off yarn A. leaving a 4in (10cm) tail.

Using yarn D, 2ch, 6sc in 2nd ch from hook, ss in first sc to join. Place marker. (6 sts)
Rounds 1–3: Sc around. (6 sts)
Round 4: 3ch, 3dc, turn.
Round 5: 2ch, 3hdc.
Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Fill body with toy stuffing. Thread yarn tail on Skirt Base into tapestry needle and stitch to base of skirt. Weave in ends. Sew foot to underside of scallop hem so it just peeps out under skirt at the front. Slide slipper onto Foot and sew in place.

Frilled neckline:
Using yarn C, 26ch, ss in first st to join.
[5ch, skip 1 st, sc in next st] around (13 loops).
Fasten off and use end to sew to neckline of bodice, starting and finishing at center back st.Attach hair to head.

Ringlet 1: Attach yarn A to any st at back of hair, 15ch, turn, work 1sc into each ch working back towards head, ss into join.
Ringlet 2: As for first ringlet, working 25 chains.
Fasten off. Weave in ends neatly.
The ch and sc braids will naturally coil into ringlets, but you can wrap the ringlet around your hook or a pencil to form a tighter ringlet shape if desired.

Using yarn D, 9ch, ss in next 3 ch, 1hdc, 3dc in next ch, 1hdc, ss into rem 3 ch.
Fasten off D, leaving 3in (7.5cm) tail.
Push coronet over Cinderella’s bun and stitch to bun with yarn tail. Weave in ends.

Embroider face following the instructions on page 124 and using photograph as a guide. Use black thread for eyelashes, blue for eyes and red for lips. Chain stitch silver moons onto dress using silver embroidery thread or silver metallic yarn. Make straight stitch stars using silver thread. Stitch tiny silver beads to the bun and dress (see pages 122–123 for embroidery and beading stitches).

When making the hair I also made a few stitches on the other side of the face in a curved line to make a curl, using the end of yarn A.

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This looks like a nice project, but like too many that are posted directly on this site, there arent nearly enough photos to adequately work up this pattern. There are even references IN this pattern that refer to specific pages in the authors book but they dont appear on this page. I did look the book up on Amazon but couldnt peek inside to check on photos or graphs.

This pattern is marked as easy but when I look at all of the details, I just do not think easy is the right skill level. I did read over the directions and they are clearly written but I wish there were more pictures provided. What little girl would not appreciate this princess to add to the collection?

Oh this is sweet. I guess I know what I will be doing this weekend. I have made my grand daughter a Bella and Ariel doll like this. Now I will have to add Cinderella and then Snow White. They have to be princesses for her. Thank you for sharing this one.


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