Emerie the Emerald Princess

by - September 09, 2018



Emerie the Emerald Princess is a member of Sweet Softies’ Darling Dolls Series.  This pattern provides instructions for crocheting Emerie, a beautiful young princess wearing a removable royal crown and a long-sleeved dress that goes down to her ankles.  She is a very sweet girl and can easily be customized using different yarn colors and added embellishments, such as buttons, lace, appliques, and more.  She makes a lovely gift for little girls, who can have lots of fun styling her hair as well!

Check out her preview video below~



Some tidbits about Emerie!

  • Emerie’s favorite activities include gardening and taking a walk or reading books in her flower garden.
  • Emerie practices good manners and tries to be polite at all times.
  • Emerie’s favorite quote is: “Kindness is the sunshine in which all virtue grows.” – Robert Green Ingersoll  


 

Video tutorials for attaching hair, styling the hair, and adding blush to the doll are also available on the Sweet Softies Youtube Channel.


This 16-page PDF pattern includes complete written instructions with accompanying photo references for crocheting this doll in its entirety.


Finished Measurements

Height: 12 inches (30.5 centimeters)

Level

Intermediate. Requires familiarity with stitches used (below), joining rounds, attaching yarn, changing color, and sewing parts together.

Stitches/Terms Used (Written in US Terminology)

MR magic ring (a.k.a. magic circle, magic loop)
YO yarn over
Ch chain
Sc single crochet
Dc double crochet
Sl st slip stitch (insert hook, YO, pull through both loops)
Dec decrease (single crochet two stitches together)
Inc increase (two single crochet in same stitch)
Dc-inc double crochet increase (two double crochet in same stitch)
BLO back loop only

Materials

•    Worsted medium weight (4) yarn in colors for the: skin (peach), hair (brown), outfit (green, yellow)
•    2.75 mm crochet hook
•    10mm plastic safety eyes
•    Fiberfill stuffing
•    White pipe cleaners
•    Yarn needle
•    Scissors
•    Optional: blush powder and q-tip
•    Optional: black embroidery thread and sewing needle for eyelashes
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/emerie-the-emerald-princess-12-amigurumi-doll
(Also available on Etsy and Craftsy)

http://www.ravelry.com/purchase/jasmin-wang-designs/461279

This pattern is © 2018 Sweet Softies (www.sweetsofties.com). For personal use only. You may not copy, alter, or sell this pattern in any way. You may sell finished items made with this pattern if you credit Sweet Softies as the designer and link to my website, Etsy shop, or Facebook page. No wholesale.

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4 comments

  1. Hi! your stitches look sooo clean!Is it possible you are using the yarn under method? A beautiful princess! I am going to buy the pattern soon!

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    1. Aww, thanks for the sweet compliment! yes, I think I naturally use the yarn-under method. I didn't notice until you had mentioned! I hope you'll enjoy making Emerie! :)

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  2. Hi there, thanks so much for the beautiful patterns, I have already tried a few of your free patterns and really enjoyed them so much so that now I have started to buy some of your patterns. But this pattern is a bit confusing to me, Im not sure how to do the shoes, I have spent over an hour now trying different things but cannot seem to figure it out. Do I make a magic circle with the 5 chains, slip stitch? really wish you had a video how to do it.

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    1. Sorry it's confusing! What you will do is Ch 5 first. Then, in the second chain from the hook (that's the fourth ch that you've made), you'll be inserting: 3 single crochets in that chain, a sc in the next chain (the 3rd ch you've made), a sc in the next chain (the 2nd ch you've made), and 3 sc in the next chain (the 1st ch you've made). That brings you back to the beginning where you've started, so you will now work on the other side of the chain. Sc in the next st, then sc again in the next st. That is where you'll stop for R1 and go on to R2.

      I hope that this helps! I'm sorry I don't have a video tutorial for this section. :(

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