Whether you’ve purchased the crochet doll pattern from my Etsy Store, or you’ve opted for the free version from the blog, your little doll is going to need CLOTHING! The only crochet clothing patterns for the doll that I currently have available for free are the basic pants (which can easily be adapted to make shorts or capri’s), and the t-shirt (which can also be adapted to make a long-sleeved t-shirt, or even a sleeveless if you so desire). As always, the colors that you choose to make are going to determine if the crochet clothing is purposed for a little boy doll or a little girl doll. If you wish to purchase some crochet patterns for other clothing options, they are only $1.00, and you can find them on Ravlery!!
ROW 1: sc in second ch from hook and all the way across (20). Being careful not to twist, ss to first to join. Ch 1, turn.RND 2: Sc 4, inc, sc 10, inc, sc 4 (22) Ss to first to join, ch 1, turn.
RND 3: Sc 5, inc, sc 10, inc, sc 5 (24) Ss to first to join, ch 1, turn.
RND 4: Sc 5, inc, sc 12, inc, sc 5 (26) Ss to first to join, ch 1, turn.
RND 5: Sc 6, inc, sc 12, inc, sc 6 (28) Ss to first to join, ch 1, turn.
RNDs 6-10: Sc all the way around (28) Ss to first to join, ch 1, turn.
First pant leg
RND 11: Ch 1, turn. Sc 14, skip the next 14 stitches and ss into the first to join. (14)
RND 12: Ch 1, turn, sc all the way around (14). Ss to first to join.
RNDs 13 – 33: Repeat rnd 12. Designer’s note: To make shorts, finish off after RND 20, to make capri’s, finish off after RND 25.
Second pant leg: Insert yarn in the back center of the pants, ch 1 sc in the front center (Designer’s note: the first sc of this rnd is going to be worked into the stitch directly next to the last stitch of rnd 11. This way, the inseams on each pant leg is identical). Repeat RNDs 12-33. Finish off 🙂
ROW 1: Sc in second ch from hook and all the way across (15). Ch 1, turn.
ROWs 2 – 20: Repeat ROW 1
ROW 21: Sc 4, ch 1, turn (4)
ROWs 22 – 26: Repeat RND 1
Constructing the shirt:
Whip stitch each of the shoulder straps to the opposite shide.
Whip stitch the sides of the shirt together, making sure to leave an opening for the arms that equals 15 stitches around
Insert hook around the neckline, draw up a loop, and sc all the way around (should equal about 25 sc)
Insert hook around the bottom of the shirt, draw up a loop, and sc all the way around (should equal about 30 sc)
For the sleeves, repeat the following on both sides.
Insert hook, draw up a loop, and sc all the way around (should equal around 15 sc). Ss to first to join. Ch 1, turn.
Sc all the way around (15)
Repeat RND 2 until your sleeves reach the desired length (what I have pictured has a repeat of 6 rnds)