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Big Head Baby Dolls

These are a thing. You may have seen these too. Crocheted dolls. This is my first. I have made more since this one and my children have claimed it as their own which now loves in the push chair.

He is a mamap….as my youngest likes to call them. Or in our language, a rabbit. Complete with fluffy white tail.

 

Made using doubled up DK strands and a 5mm hook.

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The pattern is available from Nutshell Lane Studio on Facebook, whereas the dungarees is a pattern by Laura Tegg who is well known for her WeeBee Dolls and clothing patterns and the hat pattern is by Jess from Make and Do Crew.

 

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Completed Fur Flap Booties

Another project completed is the fur flap booties. These are worked up using a 3.5mm hook with chunky white for the soles, doubled up light pink for the booties and white fluff for the cuff. A white button had been sewn on to hold the flap in place.

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This is the 6-12 month size of the pattern which is available from the purchased pattern (comes with 0-3 and 3-6 month sizes too) over on Ravelry from Newborn Knots. I have also purchased another two pairs of baby booties patterns from Newborn Knots and they are so adorable. Keep your eyes open for my posts of those when I’ve done them 🙂

Fur Flap Booties

I have completed one beautiful little fur flap baby bootie from Newborn Knots. These booties are just so cute that I couldn’t resist having a go at them.

I used doubled up light pink dk and a thin chunky white, with a fluffy (what I call snow) yarn for the fur flap. The pattern calls for worsted weight yarn and a 3.75mm hook. I used the above yarn with a 3.5mm hook and went with the 6-12 month size (as the pattern comes with 3 different sizes).

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HOTH – started today….

…finished today. This is the Jazlyn baby hat pattern over on Snappy Tots. It has of course been altered as you all know I often do with patterns. The pattern is for a baby size and that is.just.adorable!! So I’m definitely going to do one in the original size of my baby.

This one I carried on the increasing rounds for a few then started to shape. After the layered colour rounds I added a few extra hdc rounds, then sc rounds and finished with a crab stitch round. I did also increase the length of the ‘tail’ at the beginning.

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From what I can tell, I should have left out one or two increase rounds as I had to decrease on a few of the bottom white rounds so it actually fit again, hence the bulging part around the colour. But I’m happy, it works up quick and they are just so darn cute!

🌼 Hand made with love from Daisy

Baby boots

Now, I have a large collection of baby booties that I’ve made. Some knitted, some crocheted…but here’s the latest to my collection – the adorable baby converse…

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Isn’t it the sweetest!!

*pattern is courtesy of The Crochet Crowd.

🌼 Hand made with love from Daisy

Purple lace diamond toddler dress

I finally did it! I finished the toddler dress I was making. I had to adapt the last row (top row) of the bodice part because no matter what I did, the stitches just wouldn’t fit, even though the previous rows were all correct. I also extended the straps and added extra rows to the bottom to make it longer (as my daughter likes swooshy dresses). It should have a fabric material under layer but I like it as it is.

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She just wouldn’t stay still for a decent picture haha

Hand made with love from Daisy

Update: here’s a better picture
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