• [Free Pattern] This Adorable Waldorf Inspired Baby Doll Makes A Perfect Gift For Any Baby Girl Who Adores Dollies

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    This adorable Waldorf Inspired baby doll is cute beyond words! Perfect in every single detail, this is the type of doll not only every baby enjoys to play with; even adults will appreciate receiving such a gorgeous gift.

    Waldorf Inspired Baby Free Crochet Pattern [Free Pattern] This Adorable Waldorf Inspired Baby Doll Makes A Perfect Gift For Any Baby Girl Who Adores Dollies

    Materials needed:
    – 2,0 mm crochet hook
    – sport weight cotton yarn in skin color of your choice
    – Stuffing of your choice
    – cotton darning needle for closing and sewing the last round
    – embroidery thread for eyes
    – tiny bit of pink embroidery floss for mouth (if you will be adding them on)
    – eye shadow, powder blush, chalk or crayons in light pink; all these will work
    great to add little color to cheeks
    – buttons in 1,5-2,5 cm size (adjust the size based on your work)
    – 3,5 cm long cotter pins (instead of cotter pins you can use paper clips,
    wire…check photos and additional info on joints on my blog)
    Finished size:
    27 cm or 10.6 “ standing

    Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: AmigurumiBB’s Blog

    Thanks to Vanja Grundmann for the article inspiration and featured image.

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    9 Comments to [Free Pattern] This Adorable Waldorf Inspired Baby Doll Makes A Perfect Gift For Any Baby Girl Who Adores Dollies

    1. If there’s a free paddle there’s a free pattern I shouldn’t have to investigate and go through three different websites to get to it why can’t you make it simpler I have to be at work here shortly so I don’t have time to be investigating

    2. R3 says I need to have 20 stitches at the end but it only tells me to stitch 19. I can’t figure where the extra stitch should be.
      Can anyone help?

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