Dolls are a childhood classic, and even with all the crazy electronics available today, they still hold a place in a child's heart. For today's collection, I've found 15 fantastic and free crochet doll patterns! These lovely creations are sure to be a treasured heirlooms - and make wonderful gifts.
15 Free Crochet Doll Patterns
Click on the name of the patterns you like to go to their pattern pages!
- Basic Amigurumi Body by Hope Furno, on Crazy Craftiness: A great starting point for any custom doll creation!
- BB Dolls by Vanja Grundmann, on AmigurumiBB's Blog: These are just adorable! So sweet!
- Bunting Dolls in 3 Sizes by Patricia Westbrook, on Jennifer Down Under: Very vintage and almost Montessori style!
- Winter Dolls by Annaboo's House. on Black Sheep Wools: I love the pompom and the details and just all of these!
- Sleeping Buddies-Lavender stuffed dolls by Vanja Grundmann on Raverly: These are so great, and I love all the variations!
- The Little Red Devil by Serah Basnet, on Tales of Twisted Fibers: A little different, a lot of cute!
- Feel Better Friends Doll with Wig by Shanon Fouquet, on Ravelry: A very special doll for very special kids. Love this.
- Doll in Bear Hoodie by Tracey MacIntyre, on Ravelry: Happy and cute and flower girl fun!
- Sleepy Sarah amigurumi pattern by Mia Zamora Johnson, on Ravelry: I've made this one before, it's a great pattern, very easy, and a perfect first doll!
- Lily Doll by Lily / Sugar'n Cream, on Yarnspirations: Love that blue haired girl!
- Lalaloopsy Doll by Corina Gray, on Stitch11: Get the look with custom details!
- Camila, amigurumi mermaid pattern by Camila Larsen, on Corriendo con Tijeras: These remind me of the SeaWees I had as a little girl - so cute!
- Cute Amanda - the little dolly by Uljana Semikrasa, on Ravelry: I love her sweet cheeks and fab hair!
- Remembrance Day Soldier by Ruth Jepson, on Amiguruthi: Less sweet... and somehow just as sweet!
- Boy and Girl Superheroes by Michele Wilcox, on Red Heart: Not all dolls sit at home - some save the world!
Aren't they cute?! And there are so many more I could have added. Many of these designers have several different doll patterns, so be sure to check out their other designs! I hope you've enjoyed this doll crochet pattern collection, and get a chance to touch someone with your own crochet creation this year!
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Thank you for the adorable patterns. As soon as I finish our CAL afghan, I am starting on some of these.
Great round up, thanks! never done any dollies 😀
😀 Thanks Sarah!
Is it hard to make dolls? I am intimidated but looks like a fun project. You ROCK for posting these. I wish someone could help me make them.
No harder than any other amigurumi type items! And usually the stitches themselves are very simple! 🙂 Thank you!
Maybe I could help you t as ll you through it what you dont understand.. RUTH BROWN
I would love to find someone that could make a doll that would look like our logo. We donate hats to children with cancer and I would like to also be able to give them a doll. If you know of someone please have them send me an email. You can see what we do by visiting our Facebook page Ellie's Hats or our website http://www.ellieshats.org.
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I am going through this collection one doll at a time!
I love every pattern shown on this pattern 2day. Thank u, thank u' thank u!
Is it against the law if I followed the patterned maide some and sold them. Not really asking for me. My Autistic daughter loves making these things and I would love to show her she could make money 💰 doing it.
Not at all - but it is always nice to give credit to the designer on the online listing or tag if possible. 🙂
Hello, I can't find anyplace where there is a pattern to any of the dolls. I would love to make some of them, please tell me how to get them.
Hi Becky! Click on the name of the patterns you like to go to their pattern pages!