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PDF PATTERN - Crochet Miniature Itty Bitty Baby Doll - Amigurumi Tutorial

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*** This is a PDF CROCHET PATTERN and NOT the finished item ***

In this pattern you will find all the instructions step by step to crochet a micro miniature baby doll 32 mm tall.

The pattern is written in english (US terms).
The instructions are detailed and easy to follow if you know the basic stitches and techniques used to make amigurumi (work single crochet in a spiral, increase and decrease).

Pattern will be available for instant download in Adobe PDF format.

To make this miniature baby doll you will need:

- #12 cotton thread;
- Hook: 1.0 mm (USA #10 - UK #4);
- I stitched the eyes with French Knots but if you prefer you can use 2 tiny black onyx round beads –1mm
- Polyester fiberfill
- Small tweezers or a tootpick for stuffing.
- Dental floss (or upholstery thread) if you want to joint the arms;

Please do not share, resell or publish this pattern on the internet.

© MUFFA Miniatures - All rights reserved.
*** This is a PDF CROCHET PATTERN and NOT the finished item ***

In this pattern you will find all the instructions step by step to crochet a micro miniature baby doll 32 mm tall.

The pattern is written in english (US terms).
The instructions are detailed and easy to follow if you know the basic stitches and techniques used to make amigurumi (work single crochet in a spiral, increase and decrease).

Pattern will be available for instant download in Adobe PDF format.

To make this miniature baby doll you will need:

- #12 cotton thread;
- Hook: 1.0 mm (USA #10 - UK #4);
- I stitched the eyes with French Knots but if you prefer you can use 2 tiny black onyx round beads –1mm
- Polyester fiberfill
- Small tweezers or a tootpick for stuffing.
- Dental floss (or upholstery thread) if you want to joint the arms;

Please do not share, resell or publish this pattern on the internet.

© MUFFA Miniatures - All rights reserved.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(564)
Reviewed by Emily Chan
5 out of 5 stars
Jul 24, 2017
Very cute pattern! Very easy to understand and seller is helpful.
PDF PATTERN - Amigurumi Micro Crochet Tutorial Pattern Miniature Itty Bitty Baby Doll

Reviewed by Emily Chan
5 out of 5 stars
Jul 24, 2017
Very cute pattern! Very easy to understand and seller is helpful.
PDF PATTERN - Amigurumi Crochet Miniature Peppa Pig

Reviewed by Emily Chan
5 out of 5 stars
Jul 24, 2017
Very cute pattern! Very easy to understand and seller is helpful.
PDF PATTERN - Amigurumi Micro Crochet Tutorial Pattern Miniature Matchbox Bear

Reviewed by AAvakian
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 30, 2017
I made it using slightly larger yarn & it turned out really cute. Gave it away & forgot to take a photo. I taught myself to crochet about 2 years ago & am still learning. I found this pattern to be very easy to follow so I definitely recommend this if you are a new to crochet.
PDF PATTERN - Amigurumi Micro Crochet Tutorial Pattern Miniature Matchbox Bear

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