Amigurumi Trixie Doll Free Crochet Pattern

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Materials

• Sock weight yarn in dark green, light green,

white, red, light peach, brown

• Black yarn or embroidery thread

• 2.5mm crochet hook

• A pair of 8mm black safety eyes

• One 6mm red round button

• Polyester fiberfill for stuffing

• Yarn needle

• Sewing needle

• Sewing thread in red

• Scissors

• Stitch markers

• Pearl headed pins

Terminology [US]

magic ring

ch (chain)

st (stitch)

sc (single crochet)

hdc (half double crochet)

dc (double crochet)

inc (increase)

dec (decrease)

FLO (front loop only)

sl st (slip stitch)

SIZE: 27 cm [without her hat] when made

with the indicated yarn

DIFFICULTY: Intermediate

Special Notes

Color Change

This pattern requires color changes to make stripes.

For a seamless color change, follow these steps:

While working on the last stitch of the round, just

before you make the color change, make a single

crochet stitch as usual by inserting hook in the stitch

and pull up a loop. Now instead of pulling the same

yarn through the two remaining loops on your hook,

complete the stitch by pulling the new color through

the loops. In the first stitch of the next round, instead

of making a single crochet stitch, slip stitch with the

new color. Now make single crochet stitches in each

of the remaining stitches of the round. Work on the

next round as usual.

Instructions

BOOT & LEG [make 2]

Start with dark green yarn.

Rnd 1: 6 sc in a magic ring. [6]

Rnd 2-3: sc around. [6]

Rnd 4: inc X 6. [12]

Rnd 5: sc around. [12]

Rnd 6: (inc, sc 2) X 4. [16]

Rnd 7: sc around. [16]

Rnd 8: (dec, sc 2) X 4. [12]

Rnd 9-10: sc around. [12]

ch 1, turn. Next, we will work on the heel.

Heel

Row 1-3: sc 7, ch 1, turn. [7]

Row 4: sc 7. Mark the last stitch worked. [7]

From here on, we go back to working in the round.

Rnd 11: Working along the row end, sc 4; sc 5 on

the front of the shoe, sc 4 along the other row end

[Pic 1-4]. [13]

Rnd 12: Fold the shoe as shown in Pic 5. Starting

from the marked st [Pic 6], sc in all 13 st. [13]

Rnd 13: sc around. [13] The shoe should now look

like the sample shown in Pic 7.

Rnd 14: dec, sc 11. [12]

Join red yarn.

Rnd 15: sc around. [12]

Sew the gap at the heel closed.

Rnd 16-29: sc around. [12]

Stuff as you go.

Rnd 30: (dec, sc 4) X 2. [10]

Rnd 31-45: sc around. [10]

Starting from the last stitch worked, count counterclockwise and mark the 5th stitch.

Fasten off. Stuff leg lightly, leaving the last 4-5

rounds unstuffed.

Make the second leg and stuff but do not fasten

off. We will continue working on this leg and join it

with the other leg in the next round.

BODY

Rnd 1: ch 4; starting from the marked st of the first

leg [Pic 8], sc 10, sc in the next 4 ch [Pic 9], sc in all

10 st of the second leg [Pic 10]. [24 st + 4 ch]

Rnd 2: sc in the loops of the next 4 ch [Pic 11], sc in

the remaining 24 st. [28]

Rnd 3-5: sc around. [28]

Join dark green yarn.

Rnd 6-7: sc around. [28]

Join light green yarn.

Rnd 8: sc around. [28]

Rnd 9: (sc 5, dec) X 4. [24]

Switch to dark green yarn.

Rnd 10-11: sc around. [24]

Switch to light green yarn.

Rnd 12-13: sc around. [24]

Switch to dark green yarn, fasten off light green

yarn.

Rnd 14: sc around. [24]

Rnd 15: (sc 4, dec) X 4. [20]

Rnd 16: (sc 3, dec) X 4. [16]

Stuff the body. While stuffing, bend the legs

forward at the point where the legs and the body

meet so no stuffing passes through the top portion

of the legs [Pic 12]. This is to ensure that the upper

legs remain floppy, which will make it possible for

the doll to sit.

Join light peach yarn, fasten off dark green yarn.

Rnd 17: (sc 2, dec) X 4. [12]

Rnd 18: (sc, dec) X 4. [8]

Rnd 19-25: sc around. [8]

Stuff the neck firmly. It is very important to stuff

the neck as firmly as possible at this point so it can

support the weight of the head.

Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing. Using your

yarn needle, weave the yarn tail through the front

loop of each remaining stitch and pull it tight, closing

off the neck. Weave in the yarn end.

BOOT CUFF [make 2]

With white yarn, ch 17.

Row 1: Starting from the 4th ch from the hook, dc in

all 14 ch. [14]

Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing. Wrap the

cuff around Rnd 15 of the leg and sew the row ends

together. Secure to the leg with a few tacks.

ARM [make 2]

Start with light peach yarn.

Rnd 1: 7 sc in a magic ring. [7]

Rnd 2-4: sc around. [7]

Join light green yarn; fasten off light peach yarn.

Rnd 5-22: sc around. [7]

Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing. Do not stuff

the arms.

Press the top of the arm flat and sew it closed. Pin

arms on Rnd 15 of the body and sew them in place.

SKIRT

Ch 28 with light green yarn. sl st in the first ch to make

a ring. [Note: Leave a long tail at the beginning of the

chain to use for sewing the skirt onto the body later.]

Rnd 1: ch 1, hdc around. [28]

Work in continuous spirals from the next round

onwards.

Rnd 2: sc inc X 28. [56]

Rnd 3: (sc 6, inc) X 8. [64]

Rnd 4-8: sc around. [64]

Rnd 9: (sc 6, dec) X 8. [56]

Rnd 10: (sl st in the next st, ch 3, sl st in the 3rd ch

from the hook, sc in the next st) X 28.

Fasten off. Weave in the yarn ends.

Slip the skirt from the top of the body and position it

around Rnd 6. Hold it in place with pearl headed pins

and sew in place.

HEAD

Work with light peach yarn.

Rnd 1: 8 sc in a magic ring. [8]

Rnd 2: inc X 8. [16]

Rnd 3: (sc, inc) X 8. [24]

Rnd 4: (sc 2, inc) X 8. [32]

Rnd 5: (sc 3, inc) X 8. [40]

Rnd 6: (sc 4, inc) X 8. [48]

Rnd 7-17: sc around. [48]

Rnd 18: (sc 4, dec) X 8. [40]

Rnd 19: (sc 3, dec) X 8. [32]

Rnd 20: (sc 2, dec) X 8. [24]

Insert 8mm eyes between Rnd 13 & 14, 7 stitches apart.

Rnd 21: dec X 12. [12]

Stuff head, leaving some space in the center for the

neck that will be inserted later.

Rnd 22: (sc 4, dec) X 2. [10]

Fasten off. Weave in the yarn end.

Shape face: Thread a yarn needle with light peach

yarn. Insert needle from the opening at the base of

the head, bring it out from Point A next to the eye [Pic

13]. Push the needle back in from Point B and out from

Point C close to the next eye [Pic 14]. Push it in from

Point D, bringing it out from Point A again [Pic 15].

Gently squish the eyes together with your fingers and

carefully pull the yarn to bring the eyes closer. While

holding this shape, push the needle back in from Point

B and out from Point C [Pic 16]. Push it in from Point

D, and bring it out from the opening at the base of

the head [Pic 17]. Gently pull both the yarn ends and

tie them together to hold the shape [Pic 18]. Clip off

excess yarn and push the yarn ends inside the head.

Embroider eye details: With white yarn, sew a

crescent shape around the outer edge of the eyes [Pic

19-20]. With black yarn or embroidery thread, sew

eyelashes [Pic 21-23]

WIG

Work with brown yarn.

Rnd 1-15: Follow instructions for Head.

Fasten off leaving a very long tail. We will use this

tail to embroider bangs on the forehead.

HAIR

Slip the wig on the

head; make sure the

yarn tail is positioned

above the left eye.

Using pearl headed

pins, mark the area on

the forehead where

the bangs will be

embroidered as shown

in Pic 24. Weave the

yarn tail around these

pins to create a zigzag

outline for the bangs

that will cover the

entire right side of the forehead [Pic 25]. Now we

will start embroidering hair, one cluster at a time.

With your yarn needle, make a stitch on the

hairpiece at the end of the zigzag outline [Pic 26].

Do not take out the pins yet; we will need them

to hold the outline. Next, make another stitch

on the pointed end of the outline; make sure the

needle goes beneath the yarn that serves as your

outline and through one stitch on the head [Pic

27]. Make another stitch at exactly the same spot,

using the same technique, to hold the pointed

end of the outline in place. Sew your next stitch

on the hairpiece [Pic 28]. Continue embroidering

slanted lines, starting at the pointed end of the

zigzag and ending at the edge of the hairpiece until

the outline for the first bang is covered [Pic 29-30].

Continue until you cover the entire right side of the

forehead [Pic 31-33]. Similarly, create an outline

with pearl headed pins on the left side of the

forehead and embroider the bangs [Pic 34]. Secure

the wig with a few tacks at the back of the head.

BRAID [make 2]

Cut eight 15-inch long stands of brown yarn, fold

them in half. Take another strand of brown yarn,

equal in length to the other stands, wrap it around

the fold line and use it to tie the other strands

together [Pic 35]. Divide the strands into three

equal sections and braid them [Pic 36-37]. Tie off

the end and clip off excess yarn. Thread a yarn

needle with brown yarn and sew the braids on the

head [Pic 38].

JOIN HEAD TO BODY

Note: This head-body joining technique ensures

that the head of your amigurumi is movable.

Thread a yarn needle with brown yarn and insert

the needle from the top of the head and out

from the neck opening. Now insert your needle

through the base of the neck [between Rnd 18 &

19 of the body], back through the neck opening

on the head, bringing it out again from the top of

the head. Slide the head down the two strands of

yarn until it sits perfectly on the neck. Knot the

yarn ends together a few times to secure. Clip off

excess yarn and carefully push remaining yarn

back into the head. See Pic 39 for reference.

CAPELET

Ch 31 with white yarn.

Row 1: Starting from the 6th ch from the hook, sc

6, 3 sc in the next ch, sc 12, 3 sc in the next ch, sc

6, ch 1, turn. [30]

Join light green yarn.

Row 2: sc 6, inc, sc, inc, sc 12, inc, sc, inc, sc 6, ch

1, turn. [34]

Switch to white yarn, fasten off light green yarn.

Row 3: sc across, turn. [34]

Row 4: ch 3, sl st in the 3rd ch from the hook, sc in

the next st, (sl st in the next st, ch 3, sl st in the 3rd

ch from the hook, sc in the next st) X 16.

Fasten off. Weave in the yarn ends.

Sew a 6mm red button on Row 1 of the capelet

[see Pic 40 for placement]. Wrap it around the

shoulders and slip the button through the 5-ch

button-hole.

HAT

Start with white yarn.

Ribbed band

Row 1: Ch 4. Starting from the second ch from the

hook, sc 3, ch 1, turn. [3]

Row 2-46: FLO sc 3, ch 1, turn. [3]

Row 47: FLO sc 3, ch 1. [3]

Now we will work along the row end to even out

the edges.

Row 48: sc along the row end, making 1 sc per row

[Pic 41]. [46]

Next, we will join the band and work in continuous

spirals.

Join light green yarn.

Rnd 1: sc in the first sc to join [Pic 42]. Continue

working sc in the remaining 45 st. [46]

Rnd 2: sc around. [46]

Switch to white yarn.

Rnd 3: (sc 21, dec) X 2. [44]

Rnd 4: (sc 20, dec) X 2. [42]

Switch to light green yarn.

Rnd 5: (sc 5, dec) X 6. [36]

Rnd 6: sc around. [36]

Switch to white yarn.

Rnd 7: (sc 4, dec) X 6. [30]

Rnd 8: (sc 3, dec) X 6. [24]

Switch to light green yarn.

Rnd 9: (sc, dec) X 8. [16]

Rnd 10: sc around. [16]

Switch to white yarn.

Rnd 11-12: sc around. [16]

Switch to light green yarn.

Rnd 13-14: sc around. [16]

Switch to white yarn.

Rnd 15: (sc 6, dec) X 2. [14]

Rnd 16: sc around. [14]

Switch to light green yarn.

Rnd 17-18: sc around. [14]

Switch to white yarn.

Rnd 19-20: sc around. [14]

Switch to light green yarn.

Rnd 21: (sc 5, dec) X 2. [12]

Rnd 22: sc around. [12]

Switch to white yarn.

Rnd 23-24: sc around. [12]

Switch to light green yarn.

Rnd 25-26: sc around. [12]

Switch to white yarn.

Rnd 27: (sc 4, dec) X 2. [10]

Rnd 28: sc around. [10]

Switch to light green yarn.

Rnd 29-30: sc around. [10]

Switch to white yarn.

Rnd 31-32: sc around. [10]

Switch to light green yarn.

Rnd 33: (sc 3, dec) X 2. [8]

Rnd 34: sc around. [8]

Switch to white yarn.

Rnd 35-36: sc around. [8]

Switch to light green yarn.

Rnd 37-38: sc around. [8]

Switch to white yarn.

Rnd 39: (sc 2, dec) X 2. [6]

Rnd 40: sc around. [6]

Switch to light green yarn.

Rnd 41-42: sc around. [6]

Switch to white yarn.

Rnd 43-44: sc around. [6]

Switch to light green yarn; fasten off white yarn.

Rnd 45: inc X 6. [12]

Rnd 46: (sc, inc) X 6. [18]

Rnd 47: (sc 2, inc) X 6. [24]

Rnd 48-49: sc around. [24]

Rnd 50: (sc 2, dec) X 6. [18]

Rnd 51: (sc, dec) X 6. [12]

Stuff only the ‘pom pom’, not the stem of the hat.

Rnd 52: dec X 6. [6]

Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing. Using

your yarn needle, weave the yarn tail through the

front loop of each remaining stitch and pull it tight,

closing off the gap. Weave in the yarn ends.

Sew together Row 1 and Row 47 of the ribbed

band and weave in the yarn end. Place the hat

on the head and shape the stem of the hat as per

your liking.

Congratulations!

Your Trixie Jollybum is now ready.

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