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26 Crochet Dolls: How to Make Cute Dolls and Accessories

By: The Editors at AllFreeCrochet
26 Crochet Dolls How to Make Cute Dolls and Accessories

Live like a child again and play with your crocheted dolls. With this collection of 26 Crochet Dolls: How to Make Cute Dolls and Accessories, you can make these dolls for yourself or give them to a child. You'll find easy crochet doll patterns that are easy enough for beginners, but there are also some more advanced crochet doll patterns to choose from, as well.

In addition to crochet doll patterns, there are also some cute doll-sized crochet accessories to choose from, as well. Scroll down for miniature crochet scarves, crochet bags, wearables, and more.

It's so fun to be a kid again no matter how old or young you are. I used to play with my dolls long after my friends stopped playing with them, because I understood that your dolls need some love and attention every once in a while. These patterns are neat because you can actually crochet the doll itself or just crochet the clothes to go on the doll. There are even accessories for your doll and your doll house that will make play time even more enjoyable.

Free Crochet Dolls

Crochet doll patterns are a unique way to give someone a homemade gift they'll love. Instead of buying a stuffed animal or toy at the store, why not make your own? Crochet dolls and amigurumi patterns are small and easy to make - simply use the single crochet and work in the round!

Some patterns might require light seaming and sewing if you have arms and legs or ears to attach, but this can easily be done with a handy yarn needle. 

Free Crochet Doll Accessories

Does your child have a favorite doll they seem to take everywhere? Why not make it some accessories? Instead of trying to replace a beloved toy, why not crochet something handmade that only adds to the doll.

From portable purse/bassinets for your little one to carry her doll around to scarves and doll house rugs, these crochet doll accessories are sure to please. 

Holiday Crochet Dolls

Add some holiday spirit with these adorably unique holiday crochet dolls!

Whether you want to make your own version of the popular Elf on a Shelf, or you just want to make some Halloween witches and pumpkins, you're find your new festive friends right here! 

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You are never too old to love dolls. When I was young my family couldn't afford to buy me dolls so many were hand made. Maybe that's why I have such a soft spot for the crochet ones. I make most for my grand daughter but I do have some bed dolls of my own. With all these great free patterns my collection is going to really grow.thank you

Patterns are beautiful can't wait to stsrt on one thanks. Slm43 @icloud.com

I am looking for a pattern for a 16 in doll with clothes from early seventies, one was black and one white came with several out fits. br Can anyone help. Thanks! appleaud

can i copy this tutorial and sell the product that i have made

I am finding that no matter how i do it the 17 dolls : how to make cute dolls and accessories pattern will not allow you to save the pattern .... if you can fix this problem could you please email me and let me know as i really like this pattern and my stepdaughter would love them .... thankyou ... cathy .... email : faffy08@ gmail.com

the doll is very cute

The doll in the red dress is the "Lilly doll" and the doll in the last picture holding the pink flower is the "Mother Nature" doll. Both are from the website http://www.sugarncream.com/. I'm still searching for the first doll, hope this helps.

Why do you show Crochet and it's not FREE in this ALL FREE CROCHET SITE?

Where is the pattern for the doll pictured in the newsletter. I could not find it anywhere in the newsletter or in this list.

HOw can I get the sunshine baby doll pattern? It is so adorable and my grandaughter would love it....

@heavensunshine5 7322155, I'm sorry, this is not a pattern on our site but was posted on our Facebook page by Joyce Antons. If you click on the picture, you will be directed to the photo on the AllFreeCrochet Facebook page. You can then follow through to Joyce's Facebook page to inquire about this pattern. Hope this helps! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

stinkpot64 4073650: You will need to contact Joyce Antons directly for more information about these patterns. If you click on each of her photos, you will be taken to the photos Joyce posted on the AllFreeCrochet Facebook page. If you are a member of Facebook, you may contact Joyce via her Facebook page. Hope this helps! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet

I would like to know how to get the patterns for the sunflower and angel doll outfits from Joyce Antons?

These look like the dolls from Annie's Attic. They are 5" and unfortunately when you order in group it is impossible to select faces. I agree the yellow sunflower doll has a strange face....much like "Chuckie".....

These are so cute, too bad I don't have any little girls.

Hi cherylcleo 5266569, All you have to do is click on the links to get to the patterns. Thanks! Editors of AllFreeCrochet

Joyce Antons, please contact me if there is any way for me to get patterns for the doll clothes on this page. Thank you. They are adorable!

The yellow sunflower type doll is just creepy!

I have made a couple of these dolls and the patterns are easy to follow as well as you can tweek the pattern a bit to your liking and add your own personal touch to the dolls. I made one of the dolls for a friends 3 year old and she is rough with her stuff (5 older brothers), and this doll has stood the test beautifully. As for the hair, go with whatever makes you happy, I made curls and crochet them in, turned out so cute

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