Easy Crochet Doll Hair (Ballerina Bun)

Crochet Doll Hair tutorial, easy to crochet dolls hair
Easy Crochet Doll Pattern by LisaAuch
Whilst making a new crochet doll using my basic Crochet Doll Pattern, I decided to turn the little doll into a ballerina. so she needed a special Up do to finish her off
You can make the Crochet Doll Pattern with my FREE CROCHET DOLL PATTERN HERE 



Using the SAME hook and Yarn you made the doll with - I do crochet very loosely so if you need to go up a size in hook to make this bigger please do.

All in One Piece Ballerina BUN
 Very easy Ballerina Hair wig for Crochet Doll

FREE Crochet Pattern for a Cute Teddy Bear

Crochet a cute Teddy Bear with this Free Crochet Pattern. There are literally 100's of free patterns for teddies online so I thought instead of creating another one why not find these patterns and make them... Over the years I have crocheted several teddies from small to large.People are always asking for teddy patterns to make, and I have posted my favourite go-to pattern for a cute easy Teddy Bear.

I found this Free Crochet pattern from Lion Brand and had seen it several times,  it is cute and easy to make.
It is made in several separate small pieces then, stuffed and sewn together. Pretty Easy, especially if you are new to Amigurumi, and making toys. I also never used safety eyes, I just sewed them into place using black yarn. I used a Bulky weight Yarn, and a 4.0mm hook. And measures around 12 inches head to toe.
This is a great, easy and quick to make up pattern to crochet a gift.

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Mr Ted - A free Teddy Bear Crochet Pattern


Crochet a Cool Cosy Cowl (FREE PATTERN)

free crochet cowl patternDo you need a last minute easy Quick Crochet Gift Idea? This cowl is just the best. This gorgeous crochet cowl was made using a fabulous thick bulky weight yarn, it is cleverly made using 3 sizes of hook giving a nice shape to the cowl to fit perfectly around your shoulders and neck. It uses a stitch called the linen or moss stitch, which is a lovely textured stitch usually seen in blanket patterns, however when you work the moss stitch in the round you a wonderful revesable pattern. Making this ideal for making a cowl where you see both sides when worn.

Apologies for the Photo Quality but I just caught my daughter going out with her new Cowl on! 

You could make this cowl any size you wish

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