Barbie Harvest Angel

Barbie Harvest Angel

"The outfit will fits most 12-inch fashion dolls. There are instructions to make the dress, apron, vest, wings and skirt form. All but the skirt form were made using size 10 crochet threads and size 7 crochet hook. The skirt form was made using worsted weight yarn and size H crochet hook. You will also need a small amount of stuffing. The skirt form will help the dress keep it's shape as well as let the doll stand on her own. The wings are attached to the vest with snaps. In this way you can easily remove the wings in order to wash and re-stiffen them."

Difficulty LevelAdvanced

Crochet Hook7 or 1.65 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Crochet Gauge9 dc sts = 1"
5 rows dc = 1"

Finished Sizewill fit most 12-inch fashion dolls

Materials List

  • Aunt Lydia's crochet thread in Maize
  • Aunt Lydia's crochet thread in Shaded Yellows
  • Aunt Lydia's crochet thread in Jade
  • Aunt Lydia's crochet thread in White
  • 1 oz white 4 ply worsted weight yarn
  • size 7 & H crochet hooks
  • needle to take crochet thread and yarn
  • small snaps
  • sewing needle and thread
  • stuffing

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Donna did a really outstanding job in creating this Barbie Harvest Angel dress. I have long since put away my Barbies and having only boys, I missed out on buying Barbies and all of her accessories. I would have jumped at this pattern if I had been the mom of a girl. Maybe there is hope, I could have a grand daughter some day.

This is a very detailed Barbie dress. I would consider changing the colors to make Barbie a Christmas angel also. For that matter, with a change in color, Barbie could be an angle for every holiday.

Seeing this pattern really takes me back to the days when Barbie first appeared on the toy scene. Like most little girls of the time, I was desperate for one of the popular dolls. When I got one for my birthday, my mother spent precious time hand sewing a wardrobe. Meanwhile, my friends grandmother knitted and crocheted several outfits for her doll. Diane hated the clothes, and we arranged a swap. I still have a mauve mohair sweater from that deal!


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