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Free Crochet Pattern: Audrey Hepburn Crochet Doll

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I already shared how to do her eyes and her hair, now finally, I finished the pattern for her body. Here comes my Audrey Hepburn Style Crochet Doll! I tested it for two yarn and hook sizes and now, I am quite happy how it turned out. So, I hope you’ll enjoy to do this little Audrey as much as I did designing her!

You’ll need:

50g Cotton yarn in a skin color (I think a very light color suits her best)

slightly too small hook size (I used Catania from Schachenmyr (6-ply) and a 1.5 hook for a 20cm doll and Drops Paris (dk) and a 3.0 hook for a 35cm doll)

Soft stuffing

 

Head

1. R: 6 sc into magic ring
2. R: 6 inc (12 sc)
3. R: [sc, inc] 6x (18 sc)
4. R: [2 sc, inc] 6x (24 sc)
5. R: [3 sc, inc] 6x (30 sc)
6. R: [4 sc, inc] 6x (36 sc)
7. R: [5 sc, inc] 6x (42 sc)
8. – 12. R: 42 sc
13. R: 6 sc, 2 dec, sc, 2 dec, 27 sc (38 sc)
14. R: 8 sc, inc, sc, 3 sc into next stitch, sc, inc, 8 sc, dec, 10 sc, dec, 3 sc (40 sc)
15. R: 12 sc, 3 sc into next stitch, 14 sc, dec, 8 sc, dec, sc (40 sc)
16. R: 12 sc, dec, sc, dec, 11 sc, dec, 6 sc, dec, 2 sc (37 sc)
17. R: 11 sc, dec, 14 sc, dec, 4 sc, dec, sc (33 sc)
18. R: 26 sc, dec, sc, dec, 2 sc (31 sc)
19. R: 5 sc, dec, 2 sc, 3 dec, 2 sc, dec, 5 sc, 2 dec, 3 sc (24 sc)
20. R: 5 sc, 5 dec, 5 sc, dec, 2 sc (18 sc)
21. R: [7sc, dec] 2x (16 sc)

Stuff

22. – 24. R: 16 sc
26. R: [7 sc, inc] 2x (18 sc)
27. R: [sc, dec] 6x (12 sc)
28. R: 6 dec

Cut yarn and sew up the ends. Push the last part into the head:

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Example pictures from another project

Video Tutorial of a very similar doll’s head (English subtitles)

Body

1. R: 6 Sc into magic circle
2. R: 6 inc (12 sc)
3. – 5. R: 12 sc
6. R: [4 sc, dec] 2 x (10sc)
7. – 9. R: 10 sc
10. R: 10 inc
11. R: [sc, inc] 10x (30 sc)
12. R: [inc, 14 sc] 2x (32 sc)

Stuff (Make sure to stuff tightly here, so that the head, which is quite big and heavy, does not drop too much in the end)

Work arms and body seperately hereafter
Arms
1. R: 4 sc, 5 ch, skip 24, 4 sc (13 sc)
2. R: 13 sc
3. R: [2 sc, dec] 3 x, sc (10 sc)
4. R: 10 sc
5. R: 10 sc
6. R: 10 sc
7. R: dec, 8 sc (9 sc)
8. R: 9 sc
9. R: 9 sc
10. R: dec, 7 sc (8 sc)
11. R: 8 sc
12. R: 8 sc

Stuff
13. R: [2 sc, dec] 2x (6 sc)
14. R: 6 sc
15. R: [sc, dec] 2x (4 sc)
16. R: 4 inc (8 sc)
17. R: to form the thumb crochet hdc, dc, hdc and combine them to a popcorn stitch in one of the front stitches, apart from that sc around
18. R: 8 sc
Stuff
19. R: 4 dec
Cut yarn and sew up the ends
Body
Start at the right side of the back
1. R: 28 sc
2. R: 13 sc, 3 sc into next stitch, inc, sc, inc, 3 sc into next stitch, 10 sc (34 sc)
3. R: 6 sc, dec, 4 sc, dec, 12 sc, dec, 4 sc, dec (30 sc)
4. R: 6 sc, dec, 4 sc, dec, 8 sc, dec, 4 sc, dec (26 sc)
5. R: 12 sc, 4 dec, 6 sc (22 sc)
6. R: 22 sc
7. R: 9 sc, dec, 9 sc, dec (20 sc)
8. R: 20 sc
9. R: 20 sc
10. R: 20 sc
11. R: inc, 2 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 2 sc, 2 inc, 8 sc, inc (26 sc)
12. R: sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 12 sc (30 sc)
13. R: 30 sc
14. R: 6 sc, dec, 3 sc, dec, 17 sc (28 sc)

Legs

Left side
1. R: devide the body in two halfs and crochet sc until you reach the middle, then ch 2 and crochet from the other middle until you meet the starting point (16 sc)
2. R: 15 sc
3. R: 4 sc, dec, 9 sc (14 sc)
4. – 9. R: 14 sc
10. R: dec on each side, apart from that sc around (12 sc)
11. – 16. R: 12 sc
17. R: 4 sc, dec, sc, dec, sc, dec (9 sc)
18. R: 9sc
19. R: 8 sc, inc (10 sc)
20. R: 10 sc
21. & 22. R: 9 sc, dec, 9 sc
23. R: 9 sc
24. R: dec, 7 sc (8 sc)
25. R: 8 sc

Stuff
26. R: 6 sc, dec (7 sc)
27. R: 3 inc at the front, apart from that sc (10 sc)
28. R: 4 inc dc at the front, apart from that sc around (14 sc)
29. R: 2 inc at the front, apart from that sc around (16 sc)
30. R: 5 sc, 4 dec, 4 sc (12 sc)
31. R: [2 sc, dec] 4x (8 sc)

Stuff
32. R: 4 dec
Cut yarn and sew up the end

Right side
1. R: start at the back side in the last stitch of the right leg with sc, dec, 11 sc, dec (15 sc)
2. R: 15 sc
3. R: 2 sc, dec, 11 sc (14 sc)
4. – 9. R: 14 sc
10. R: dec on each side, apart from that sc around (12 sc)
11. – 16. R: 12 sc
17. R: dec on each side and at the back, apart from that sc around (9 sc)
18. R: 9 sc
19. R: inc at the back, apart from that sc around (10 sc)
20. R: 10 sc
21. and 22. dec at the back, apart from that sc around (so you have 18 sc and one dec in total)
23. R: 9 sc
24. R: dec at the bach, apart from that sc around (8 sc)
25. 8sc

Stuff

26. R.: 5sc, dec, sc (7sc)
27. R: 3 inc at the front, apart from that sc around (10 sc)
28. R: 4 inc dc at the front, apart from that sc around (14 sc)
29. R: 2 inc sc at the front, apart from that sc around (16 sc)

30. R: 5 sc, 4 dec, 4 sc (12 sc)
31. R: [2 sc, dec] 4x (8 sc)

Stuff
32. R: 4 dec
Cut yarn and sew up the end

To form the nose embroider 3 stitches in R. 15 were the 3 sc into one are. To do the mouth embroider one stitch underneath the nose. To do the eyes follow this tutorial

To do the hair follow this tutorial

Next week the Audrey-Hepburn-Series will be continued with a typical Holly Golightly outfit.

You may sell any product made with the help of this pattern, but please don’t copy and share it. You may of course link it to your blog or social media. When selling products you made from it or linking it, please name this blog as source. Apart from that, I will be more than happy to see your results on my facebook-page,or if you tag me (@Flausch_Einhorn) on Twitter or Instagram.

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10 Comments

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  2. Hi, Thank you for these lovely patterns. I think you have an error in the leg directions. The left side rounds go from 11. – 16. R: to 13. R (which should be 17R) and totals 31 rounds. The right side has only 28 rounds. I have fixed mine but wanted to tell you about it. Thanks again, Anna

    1. Flauscheinhorn says:

      Dear Anna,
      thanks a lot for this! I do not know how it comes, that I am not able to see such things anymore once I’ve written down (and edited and re-edited) a pattern. So thanks again for taking the time and commenting. I will change that right away.
      All best wishes to you,
      Mareike

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  4. roseann says:

    I think there is a few mistakes on the head .I tried it a few times and it always ends up wrong

    1. Flauscheinhorn says:

      Ok, I’ll have another look at it and will make an update. Sorry for this!

    2. Flauscheinhorn says:

      Ok, there you go. I updated the head. there were some errors, indeed – so sorry! Hope it works out better now!

  5. roseann says:

    Thank you so much .Is this the same head you used on your Elsa Doll in your youtube chanel cause i think i might make her also.Thank you so much for sharing your patterns

    1. Flauscheinhorn says:

      Yes, exactly. Elsa’s head is actually a newer version of Audrey’s head. The dolls are quite similar. The body-shape is a bit different, though. For Audrey I tried to do the hourglass-measurements, while Elsa is a bit more child-like. Hope you have fun with both patterns

  6. Thank you very much I’m sure I will enjoy doing both

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