I’m so excited to share my crochet doll with clothes pattern to make My Dolly Molly with you! This crochet doll with clothes free pattern will be split into 3 separate parts for the My Dolly Molly Crochet Along. This post contains information on how to join the crochet along and Part Three of the pattern. Check back each Friday for the next part of the pattern.
I hope you will join along with us for the crochet along. If you do, you can join The Loopy Lamb Crochet Community Group on Facebook where we’ll be chatting and sharing our progress.
The crochet doll with clothes pattern for My Dolly Molly has been split into three parts to make creating her a little more manageable and so you can crochet along with us. Please reference the posts below for each part of the CAL and instructions.
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Before we get more into the pattern, let’s talk about My Dolly Molly. Molly is a crochet doll with clothes that are removeable. For the crochet along, Molly’s dress is made as a separate piece and can be removed and put back on the doll. If you all want to see more outfits and accessories for Molly, let me know and I can try to create some more free doll clothes patterns for her in future posts.
Molly was designed in a way that minimizes sewing. Molly’s legs, body and head are all crocheted in a single piece. The arm and hair are made separately and sewn on. Her doll dress is crocheted in a separate piece and as mentioned above, is removeable. There is some sewing for the dress in order to fasten the buttons but that was unavoidable in order to make the dress removeable.
You can purchase an inexpensive ad-free PDF version of this pattern with all three parts together in one convenient file HERE on Ravelry and HERE on Etsy.
Crochet Doll With Clothes Pattern: My Dolly Molly – CAL Part 3
- 3.5 mm Furls Crochet Hook
- Approximately 105 yards/96m (1.7 oz/47 g) of We Crochet Brava Worsted in Cream
- Approximately 54 yards/50m (0.88 oz/25 g) 0.6 oz/12g of We Crochet Brava Worsted in Paprika
- Approximately 44 yards/41m (0.71 oz/20 g) of We Crochet Brava Worsted in Marina
- 2 – 12 mm Green Safety Eyes – I used Green Glitter Safety Eyes from Chateau Bornais Crochet
- Multiple Stitch Markers
- Polyester Stuffing
- 2 – 9 mm buttons
- Tapestry Needle
- Black Embroidery Thread
- Sewing Thread and Needle
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- CH = Chain
- ST = Stitch
- SK = Skip
- SL ST = Slip Stitch
- MC = Magic Circle
- SC = Single Crochet
- SCINC = Single Crochet Increase
- SCDEC = Single Crochet Decrease
- HDC = Half Double Crochet
- DC = Double Crochet
- FO = Finish Off
- Approximately 9” tall and 5.5” wide from arm tip to arm tip
- Doll: 5 sts across x 7 rows = 1” square
- Dress: 5 sts across x 7 rows = 1” square
- This pattern is worked in continuous rounds (unless stated otherwise). Do not join at the end of the row, unless indicated. A stitch marker is used to keep track of the beginning of the round.
- For a cleaner SCDEC, do your SCDEC under the front loops only of each stitch rather than under both loops. This is often referred to as an invisible decrease. (Find my tutorial on how to do the invisible decrease HERE)
Check out the Step-By-Step Video Tutorial for this Crochet Doll With Clothes Free Pattern Below:
Round 1: Using 3.5mm hook and Brava Worsted in Paprika, make a MC and SC 6 into the MC. (6)
Round 2: (SCINC) x 6 (12)
Round 3: (SC 1, SCINC) x 6 (18)
Round 4: SC 1, SCINC, (SC 2, SCINC) x 5, SC 1 (24)
Round 5: (SC 3, SCINC) x 6 (30)
Round 6: SC 2, SCINC, (SC 4, SCINC) x 5, SC 2 (36)
Round 7: (SC 5, SCINC) x 6 (42)
Round 8: (SC 13, SCINC) x 3 (45)
Round 9: SC around (45)
Round 10: SC, CH 15, SCINC in the 2nd CH from the hook and each CH across, SC in the next ST of Round 9, HDC, DC 3, HDC, SC, SL ST, SC, HDC, DC 3, HDC, SC 3, (CH 15, SCINC in the 2nd CH and each CH across, SC in the next ST of Round 9) x 13, SCDEC, CH 15, SCINC in the 2nd CH and each CH across, SC in the next ST of Round 9, CH 15, SCINC in the 2nd CH and each CH across, SCDEC, CH 15, SCINC in the 2nd CH and each CH across, SC, CH 15,(SCINC in the 2nd CH and each CH across, SC in the next ST of Round 9) repeat instructions in brackets until one stitch in the round remains. SC in the last ST, CH 15, SCINC in the 2nd CH and each CH across. Join last ST to the first ST with a SL ST. FO leaving a long tail. Sew the hair onto the top of the head using the yarn tail. Weave in ends.
NOTE: To make longer strands of hair, CH the desired number of chains and SCINC in each ST up the CH. To make curlier hair, try placing 3 SCs in each CH of the hair strand. For less curly hair, try alternating between SCINC and SC up the CH (i.e. SCINC, SC, SCINC, SC)
If you would like to join the My Dolly Molly Crochet Along, please join our Facebook group HERE! You can post your yarn and yarn color selections, work-in-progress photos, and let us all know how your dolls are coming along. I can’t wait to see all of your finished dolls!
Molly now has a new outfit! Check out Molly the Mermaid HERE.
Molly has another new outfit! Check out the free pattern for Sleepy Time Molly.
You can find the PDF versions of the patterns for Molly and all her outfits bundled together in my shops for a small fee HERE in my Ravelry shop and HERE in my Etsy shop.
Feel free to sell the item created with this crochet doll with clothes pattern but please provide pattern credit back to me when posting online, and please provide a link to my blog: www.theloopylamb.com. Please do not resell, distribute, duplicate, or share this pattern in any printed or digital form, claiming this pattern as your own original design. Please do not use my photos when selling your finished items. Utilizing or purchasing this pattern does not grant permission for mass production.
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