Amigurumi SchoolGirl Doll Free Crochet Pattern

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We share a very cute doll pattern with you. I hope you like schoolgirl.

Necessary materials:

The main yarn – Jeans from Jan Art, white, brown, blue and flesh colors

On the hair – yarn Children’s whim, but you can also jeans

Wire for the frame: PUNP 2×2.5, you can any other, you need two pieces of length 35-40cm

The remains of the wire for beads with a thickness of 1.5 for pens 20 cm (I twisted it twice)

A little cardboard for insoles in shoes, two half beads for the eyes and of course, all sorts of adornments (girl, all the same)

Hook 1.5

Legend:

Sc – single crochet

İNC – increase,

DEC – decrease

CH – chain

sl-st – connecting column

BLO – back half loop

In parentheses indicate the total number of loops or rows

Hands (2 parts)

(Wire for beads with a cross section of 1.5 – two pieces of 15 cm)

Flesh-colored thread:

1 row: 6 in MAGİC RİNG (6)

2 row: (1sc, İNC, 1sc) * 2 (8)

3-5 rows: 8 (3 rows)

Go to the white thread:

6 row: 8 (8)

Further increases go on the sides:

7 row: we knit for BLO: 1sc, İNC, 3sc, İNC, 2sc (10)

If you knit a schoolgirl, then continue to knit in white, if you knit a first-grader – go to brown

8 row: 2sc, İNC, 4sc, İNC, 2sc (12)

9 – 21 rows: 12 (13 rows for a schoolgirl, 11 for a first-grader)

Insert wire, stuff. Do not stuff tightly, just to keep the shape.

22 row: DEC * 6 (6)

Thread cut

We pass to the front semi-loops of the 7th row. We tie with a white thread: (3CH, sl-st) in each loop.

Leg (2 parts)

Shoes color:

7 CH

1 row: 5sc, 5sc in 1, 4sc, İNC (16)

2 row: İNC, 4sc, İNC * 5, 4sc, İNC * 2 (24)

3 row: İNC * 2, 4sc, (İNC, 1sc) * 5, 5sc, İNC, 1sc, İNC (33)

4 row: 1sc, İNC, 4sc, (İNC, 2sc) * 5, 4sc, İNC, 3sc, İNC, 1sc, İNC (41)

5 row: 41 per BLO

6 – 8 row: 41sc (3 rows)

Insert the insole from the cardboard.

9 row: (5sc, DEC) * 5, 6sc (36)

10 row: (4sc, DEC) * 6 (30)

11 row: 5sc, (DEC, 2sc) * 5, 3sc, DEC (24)

12 row: 3sc, (DEC, 1sc) * 3, (1sc, DEC) * 3, 3sc (18)

We take a piece of wire 35 – 40 cm, bend the loop at the bottom and insert into the leg. We are stuffing.

Go to the color of the socks (white):

13 row: 5sc, DEC * 3, 7sc (15)

14 row: 3sc, DEC * 4, 2sc, DEC (10)

15 – 19 rows: 10 (5 rows)

Change the thread to body:

20 row: 10 per BLO

21 – 30 rows: 10 (10 rows)

We don’t stuff our legs!

DEC second leg thread do not break off. Marker in the middle of the back of the leg.

We pass to the 20th row and for the front half-loop we knit a little thread with a white thread: 3CH, sl-st in each loop.

BODY + Skirt

The first grader is slightly lower, so we knit it several rows shorter. But you can connect her as a schoolgirl. Stuff as you knit!

If you knit without panties, then we knit with a flesh-colored thread: 3sc, 10 CH, attach the second leg. If with panties, then: 2sc with a flesh-colored thread, attach the white thread (1sc), then knit 10 CH, attach the second leg. Check the position of the legs.

1 row: 10 on the first leg, 10 on CH, 10 on the second leg, 10 on CH on the other side (40)

2 row: 5sc, İNC, 4sc, 10 HDC, 4sc, İNC, 5sc, 10 HDC (42)

The increments go on the sides, HDC front and back between the legs where CH was knitted

We shift the beginning of the row to the side (6sc)

If you knit without panties:

3 – 7 row: 42sc (5 rows) flesh-colored thread

If knitting with panties:

3-5 rows: 42sc (3 rows) with white thread

6 row: 42sc per BLO flesh-colored thread

7 row: 42sc (for first graders this row is NOT knit)

8 row: 24sc, (DEC, 1sc) * 6 (36) Decreases go behind, form the ass

9 row: 17sc, DEC * 3, 7sc, DEC * 3 (30) Decreases on the sides

For first grader:

Go to the brown thread:

10 row: 30 sc (30)

Move the marker to the middle of the back, make the mixing loops

11 row: 30sc per BLO

12-14 row: 30sc (3 rows)

15 row: (3sc, DEC) * 6 (24)

16 – 17 row: 24sc (2 rows)

18 row: three decreases on each side: 3sc, DEC * 3, 6sc, DEC * 3, 3sc (18)

We knit hands:

I twist the tails of the wires from the handles and thread them into the body.

19 row: 3sc, 3sc along the arm and body, 6sc, 3sc along the arm and body, 3sc (18)

20 row: 3sc, 3sc over the remaining hand loops, 6sc, 3sc over the hand loops, 3sc (18)

21 row: three decreases on each side: 2sc, DEC * 3, 3sc, DEC * 3, 1sc (12)

Go to the flesh-colored thread, knit the neck:

22 row: (DEC, 1sc) * 4 (8) per BLO

23 – 25 row: 8sc

Do not break the thread

We pass to the front semi-loops of 22 rows, we knit with a white thread 3CH, sl-st in each loop.

For a schoolgirl:

Go to the white thread:

10 row: 30 sc (30)

Move the marker to the middle of the back, make the mixing loops

11 row: 30sc per BLO

12 – 15 row: 30sc (4 rows)

16 row: (3sc, DEC) * 6 (24)

17 – 18 row: 24sc (2 rows)

19 row: three decreases on each side: 3sc, DEC * 3, 6sc, DEC * 3, 3sc (18)

We knit hands:

20 row: 3sc, 3sc along the arm and body, 6sc, 3sc along the arm and body, 3sc (18)

21 rows: 3sc, 3sc over the remaining hand loops, 6sc, 3sc over the arm loops, 3sc (18)

22 row: three decreases on each side: 2sc, DEC * 3, 3sc, DEC * 3, 1sc (12)

Go to the flesh-colored thread, knit the neck:

23 row: (DEC, 1sc) * 4 (8) per BLO

24 – 26 rows: 8sc (3 rows)

Skirt:

Turn the chrysalis head to itself.

For a schoolgirl:

We attach the blue thread to the front half loops of the 11th row and knit (1sc, P) to the end of the row, I got 45 loops. Next, we knit to To a friend, without increments, there are as many rows as you want the skirt to be. Finish with a little thing: 3 HDC in each loop.

For first grader:

We attach the brown thread to the front half loops of the 11th row and knit (1DC, DC increase) * to the end of the row. Next, we knit 2 rows in a circle DC, the next row (2DC, increase DC), again we knit two rows in a circle DC, the next row with increments through 3 DC. I hope the principle is clear. We make the length of the skirt to your liking, the main thing is that the panties are covered. We finish knitting with a ruffle: (8 DC in 1, 1 loop skipped, sl-st, 1 loop skipped, in the next again 8 DC) and so on until the end of the row.

HEAD

We continue knitting:

26 row: İNC * 8 ​​(16)

27 row: (İNC, 1sc) * 8 (24)

28 row: (İNC, 2sc) * 8 (32)

29 row: (İNC, 3sc) * 8 (40)

30 row: (İNC, 4sc) * 8 (48)

31 row: (İNC, 7sc) * 6 (54)

32 row: (İNC, 8sc) * 6 (60)

33 – 37 row: 60

Twist the wire. Try to ensure that the twist is at least half the height of the head, otherwise the head will hang over time.

Next, we knit the nose (check its location, you need it to be centered in front)

38 row: 30sc, 5 DC in 1 (bump), 29sc (60)

39 row: 19sc, DEC, 1sc, DEC, 1sc, DEC, 3sc (where the nose), DEC, 1sc, DEC, 1sc, DEC, 19sc (54) (three decreases in front in front of the right and left of the nose)

40 – 41 rows: 54 (2 rows)

42 row: (7, DEC) * 6 (48)

43 row: (6, DEC) * 6 (42)

We stuff our little head. Tight enough, but so that you can make the weight.

44 row: (5, DEC) * 6 (36)

45 row: (4, DEC) * 6 (30)

46 row: (3, DEC) * 6 (24)

47 row: (2, DEC) * 6 (18)

48 row: (1, DEC) * 6 (12)

We cut the thread. I leave a small hole so that in case of something, the little head could be fitted. This hole then closes with a wig.

Decorate the face: slightly weaken the eye sockets. And then everything to your taste and flight of imagination.

WIG

Be sure to measure on the head, the cap should not hang loose, but should be stretched. Adjust the number of rows and loops in a row to fit your head.

1 row: 6sc in MAGİC RİNG

2 row: İNC * 6 (12)

3 row: (1sc, İNC) * 6 (18)

4th row: (2sc, İNC) * 6 (24)

5 row: (3sc, İNC) * 6 (30)

6 row: (4sc, İNC) * 6 (36)

7 row: (5sc, İNC) * 6 (42)

8 row: (6sc, İNC) * 6 (48)

9 row: (7sc, İNC) * 6 (54)

10 – 15 row: 54 (6 rows)

Next, we knit: ss, sc, HDC, 3 DC in 1 loop, HDC, sc to the end of the row, we end with a connecting column

Sew on a wig.

Next, we knit a hairstyle. She can be any. I explain only the principle of knitting.

Ponytails – spirals

Small: (20 CH, then 3 DC each) * 8

Large: (50 CH, 3 DC each) * 3

Lateral: (15 CH, 3sc each) * 2

To make the white bow on the schoolgirl look good, I tied a ball (you can tie a bead):

1 row: 6sc in MAGİC RİNG

2 row: İNC * 6 (12)

3 row: (1sc, İNC) * 6 (18)

4 – 5 row: 18

6 row: (1sc, DEC) * 6 (12)

I sewed this ball to the wig. And then there are already spirals on it.

BOW at the schoolgirl:

We knit a chain of 6 CH (+ 1 lifting loop), and then in straight lines – by turning rows we knit a strip (I got 20 rows). Next, we knit along the edge with a little fringe: skip 4 DC in 1, 1, in the next – sl-st, again skip one, in the next 4 DC etc.

Sew the ends, form a bow. Sew a bow to the head.

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