My Little Crochet Doll – Sunday Best

“Where have you been?” I hear you ask…

Well, been busy, volunteering like mad – gonna have to give some of that up I think. Working hard and crocheting.

But here I am with exciting news, a new pattern for the little crochet doll.


The Photo just doesn’t do the outfit justice.

I normally make a new doll for each outfit and am going to make one soon, The pink hair does clash a bit.

But here is the Sunday best outfit. A little Victorian style outfit ready for parties and special occasions.

She comes with a dress, bloomers, lace up boots, bag and the wonderfully detailed fur trimmed bonnet.

I have to warn you all though, I feel the pattern is hard, but have a go. It might be just the difficulty I found putting it down into words.

I’ve added pictures and diagrams and a link to a YouTube tutorial to make it as easy as possible.

And as always, you can email me for help.

For those who can’t wait for the next patterns to come along, I’ve included a little hint of the next pattern. Almost finished, just working out some of the pattern bits.

Anyway. hope you like it.

My friend Knitting Annie, says it’s the details that make my dolls look wonderful, so here’s some of the details to try and entice you.


Some people have been asking where you buy the doll pattern from, so for those people who want to buy the doll that goes with all the clothes here’s a link

You can buy her from Ravelry, Etsy and now on my new Folksy shop, just search for me (Betty Virago) or My little crochet doll.

Published by bettyvirago

Betty Virago is an award winning textile designer. Based in Yorkshire, England, and known for her Northern Folk dolls and the Quilts of Hope project.

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