Knight Doll by Annelies Baes
Photography by Lucy Williams
Hook your childâ€™s first hero with this adorable pattern.
Pattern featured in issue 69 of Inside Crochet magazine.
â— Scheepjes Softfun, 60% cotton/40% acrylic, 50g/140m/153yds
Yarn A: Light Rose 2513 x 1 skein
Yarn B: Grey 2510 x 1 skein
Yarn C: Light Grey 2530 x 1 skein
Yarn D: Rust Brown 2431 x 1 skein
Yarn E: Cobalt Blue 2452 x 1 skein
Yarn F: Red 2410 x 1 skein
â— Scheepjes Softfun Denim, 60% cotton/40% acrylic, 50g/140m/153yds
Yarn G: Grey 502 x 1 skein
â— Scheepjes Stone Washed, 78% cotton/22% acrylic, 50g/130/142yds
Yarn H: Boulder Opal 804 x 1 skein
â— 3mm & 3.25mm hooks
â— Yarn needle
â— Toy stuffing
â— 75g beans/beads
â— Stitch marker
â— Two small silver buttons
â— Small piece of cardboard
â— Two black safety eyes, size 8
â— Three very small press buttons
â— Small press button
â— Black elastic rope, 15cm/6in
â— Red pastel pencil
â— Rose pastel crayons
â— Pop sock, skin colour
You can use any DK weight yarn to achieve a similar effect.
Exact tension is not important for this design.
Arm length: 16cm/6Â½in.
Leg length: 15.5cm/6Â¼in.
Annelies Baes believes crocheted clothing is beautiful, comfortable and a way to express ourselves. Visit her website at
www.vicarno.com and view more of her designs at www.ravelry.com/designers/vicarnos-mama.
Designer: Annelies Baes
Price: Magazine Only
Yarn Type: DK
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Hi I am making this doll and I am confused. On row 26 of the body you only do 26 stitches. Do you start round 27 on stitch 27? I have tried doing it this way and where I am supposed to attach the arm is in the front of the body not at the side. Please can you tell me where I am going wrong?