No childhood is complete without a classic doll to play with, which is why it’s our favourite toy to crochet. There’s just so much scope when it comes to making a doll – you can control the hair colour, outfits and expression of your creation, making the process all the more fun. We’ve gathered together our favourite crochet doll patterns for you to enjoy, from traditional heirlooms to wow-that-looks-real dolls. Take a look-see…
Molly the amigurumi doll is the sweetest! Donning a pom-pom hat and cross-body bag, she’s ready for a day of fun. Download the free pattern today.
Easily recognisable with her ginger hair, our very own Peaches doll is a dream to crochet. She comes with other outfit options too! Download Heather Gibbs’ pattern today and get involved.
Is it just us or is this crochet doll the coolest? If you love making dolls, this Instagram account is sure to inspire you daily.
Tonton the doll has so much attention to detail, from the sweet plaits to the shaped cheeks. Plus, who doesn’t look a petticoat? You can make this pattern for free!
Maria and Jessica
We’re not sure if it’s the frosty colours or the blushed cheeks, but these tiny dolls are something special. You can download Irene Strange’s pattern at the click of a button.
What’s cuter than one doll? Two dolls of course! This perfect pairing has got us swooning, and we’re sure you’ll love them too.
We can’t get enough of this Instagram account. Follow it now for beautiful crochet dolls and tons of inspiration. What are you waiting for?
How kooky and loveable are these dolls? Have fun crafting their long limbs and undeniably sweet ringlets – they’re surprisingly easy to achieve.
When eyes have lashes that flicky, you can’t help but be captivated. Molly is part of a full collection of friendly dolls – this website is certainly a dollmaker’s dream.
What a clever way to do hair! And we absolutely love the flower crowns… these dolls are about ready for Glastonbury. Enjoy the free pattern today.
It doesn’t get more prim and proper than these dolls – just look at those crossed legs! They could even be easily adapted to make princesses or ballerinas.
There isn’t anything we don’t like about Ellie the doll, from the flowers in her hair to the frilly layers on her dress. Make sure you check out this designer’s other dolls too – they’re all amazing.
Can’t decide between bunches or side plaits? You don’t have to! This Etsy pattern gives you the option. We can’t get over how cute their big feet are.
Can’t get enough? Check out our wealth of amigurumi toy patterns.