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Kitty Dolls ~ Lady Clementine & Lord Jack~ (Free Pattern)

Updated: Oct 9

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* I’m not a native English speaker, so if you notice any language mistakes or mistakes related to this pattern itself I'll appreciate your advice. Also, if you don’t understand some instructions I’ll be glad to help you by e-mail too.


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Materials:

* 2mm crochet hook and adequate yarn for this hook size in the colours of your choice for the kitties’ fur, Lady Clementine’s dress (2 different colours), the boots and the accessories

* 1.5mm crochet hook and adequate yarn for this hook size in the colour golden or your choice of colour for Lord Jack’s monocle

* 8mm safety eyes or buttons

* Buttons for the clothes

* A little piece of satin ribbon to adorn Lady Clementine’s tail, if you want

* Scissors

* Tapestry needle

* Stuffing fibre

* Handicraft wire

* Blush makeup


Yarn information:

For this project, I used cotton yarn Bella (Fios Pingouin, TEX 370, 5ply, 12WPI) with a 2mm crochet hook and cotton yarn Anne (Círculo Produtos, TEX 295, Ne 4/2, 2ply, 14WPI) with a 1.5mm crochet hook.


Size:

Approximately 26cm. The actual size of the finished item may change depending on the materials used. If you use different sizes of hook and yarn make sure you adapt the size of the eyes too.


My abbreviations (based on US terms):

* MR - magic ring

* ST - stitch

* CH - chain

* SL ST - slip stitch

* SC - single crochet

* INC - increase (2sc in the same st)

* DEC - decrease (sc 2 together)

* HDC - half double crochet

* HDC INC - half double crochet increase (2hdc in the same st)

* HDC DEC - half double crochet decrease (hdc 2 together)

* DC - double crochet

* BLO - back loops only (do the stitches using only the back loops of your work)

* (STITCH)xNUMBER - number of times you have to repeat that stitch

* [ ] - total number of stitches


Tips:

* If you don’t know how to do one of the crochet stitches used in this pattern you can search on YouTube for “name of the stitch + tutorials” and you’ll find some very easy and detailed video tutorials for beginners.

* The rows that don’t mention to do a chain between them are worked in continuous rounds, so it’ll be easier if you use a stitch marker to mark every last stitch from the row.



PATTERN


Fingers: make 2 (2mm crochet hook / fur colour yarn)

R1: 4sc in the MR, sl st [4]

Fasten off and weave the end.


Hands: make 2 (2mm crochet hook / fur colour yarn)

R1: 7sc in the MR [7]

R2: (inc)x7 [14]

R3: 1sc in each st around [14]

Stuff, do not fasten off and continue from here to make the arms.


Arms: make 2 (2mm crochet hook / fur colour yarn)

R1: join the hand to the finger with 1sc in each st around it and 1sc in each st around the hand [18]

R2: 4dec, 10sc [14]

R3-R5 (3 rows): 1sc in each st around [14]

R6: (dec)x7 [7]

R7-R26 (20 rows): 1sc in each st around [7].

There’s no need to stuff the arms. Fasten off and weave the end. Insert a piece of handicraft wire inside it.


Leg 1: (2mm crochet hook / fur colour yarn)

R1: 7sc in the MR [7]

R2: (inc)x7 [14]

R3-R37 (35 rows): 1sc in each st around [14].

Start stuffing around R10 and continue as you progress with the rows.

Fasten off and weave the end.


Leg 2: (2mm crochet hook / fur colour yarn)

R1-R37: do the same as the Leg 1 [14].

Do not fasten off and join the legs to continue making the body from here.

R38: Ch 3, join to the Leg 1 with 1sc in each st around it, 1sc in each st from the ch3, 1sc in each st around the Leg 2, 1sc in each st from the other side of the ch3 [34]


Body: (2mm crochet hook / fur colour yarn)

R39: 33sc, inc [35]

R40-R54 (15 rows): 1sc in each st around [35]

R55: (3sc, dec)x7 [28]

R56-R57: 1sc in each st around [28]

Start stuffing and continue as you progress with the rows.

R58: (2sc, dec)x7 [21]

R59-R60: 1sc in each st around [21]

R61: (sc, dec)x7 [14]

R62-R63: 1sc in each st around [14]

R64: do sc enough to reach the side of the body, then join the first arm with 7sc around it, do more sc enough to reach the other side of the body and join the second arm with 7sc around it. If there’s still stitches left, just do sc to get to the end of the row. You’ll have to do 7sc around each arm and 14sc around the body, 28sc in total. [28]

Finish stuffing firmly the whole body.

R65: (2sc, dec)x7 [21]

R66: (sc, dec)x7 [14]

R67: (dec)x7 [7]

Insert a piece of handicraft wire in the body passing through the neck, so it’ll make it firmer.


Head: (2mm crochet hook / fur colour yarn)

R68: 1sc in each st around [7]

R69: (inc)x7 [14]

R70: (sc, inc)x7 [21]

R71: (2sc, inc)x7 [28]

R72: (3sc, inc)x7 [35]

R73: (4sc, inc)x7 [42]

R74: (5sc, inc)x7 [49]

R75: (6sc, inc)x7 [56]

R76: dec, 1sc in each st around [55]

R77-R82 (6 rows): 1sc in each st around [55]


Insert the eyes between R80-R81, 9 stitches apart. Embroider the nose and eyes corners. If you’re using safety eyes make sure you embroider the eyes corners before putting the safety pin because it should be easier that way. Start stuffing and continue as you progress with the rows.


R83: (9sc, dec)x5 [50]

R84: 1sc in each st around [50]

R85: (8sc, dec)x5 [45]

R86: 1sc in each st around [45]

R87: (7sc, dec)x5 [40]

R88: 1sc in each st around [40]

R89: (6sc, dec)x5 [35]

R90: 1sc in each st around [35]

R91: (3sc, dec)x7 [28]

R92: (2sc, dec)x7 [21]

R93: (sc, dec)x7 [14]

R94: (dec)x7 [7]

Fasten off, weave the end to close the hole and hide the thread tail inside the head. Apply some blush makeup onto the cheeks.


Ears: make 2 (2mm crochet hook / fur colour yarn)

R1: 3sc in the MR [3]

R2: (inc)x3 [6]

R3: (sc, inc)x3 [9]

R4: (2sc, inc)x3 [12]

R5: (sc, inc)x6 [18]

R6: (2sc, inc)x6 [24]

R7: (3sc, inc)x6 [30]

R8-R10 (3 rows): 1sc in each st around [30]

Flatten the ears and fasten off leaving a tail to sew it to the head.


Tail: (2mm crochet hook / fur colour yarn)

R1: 7sc in the MR [7]

R2-R40 (39 rounds): 1sc in each st around [7]

Fasten off leaving a tail to sew it to the body. Insert a piece of handicraft wire, if you want to shape it. There’s no need to stuff the tail. Use a piece of satin ribbon to adorn the tail tip if you like.


Boots: make 2 (2mm crochet hook / yarn of your choice of colour)

R1: ch9, 1sc in the second st from hook and in each st next [8]

R2: inc, 6sc, inc, sl st [18]

R3: ch1, inc, 6sc, 3inc, 6sc, 2inc, sl st [24]

R4: ch1, sc, inc, 6sc, (sc, inc)x3, 6sc, (sc, inc)x2, sl st [30]

R5: ch1, 2sc, inc, 6sc, (2sc, inc)x3, 6sc, (2sc, inc)x2, sl st [36]

R6: ch1, 1sc in each st around BLO, sl st [36]

R7-R9 (3 rows): ch1, 1sc in each st around, sl st [36]

R10: ch1, 5sc, 11dec, 9sc, sl st [25]

R11: ch1, 6sc, 5dec, 9sc, sl st [20]

R12-R16 (5 rows): ch1, 1sc in each st around, sl st [20]

Fasten off and weave the end.

You can make more rows if you want the boots to be longer.

Stuff only the front part of the boots, so you can fit the legs in this space.



Lady Clementine's Dress:


Top: (2mm crochet hook / 2 different colours of yarn)


COLOUR 1

R1: ch36

R2: 1dc in the second st from hook and in the next 30 st


COLOUR 2

R3: ch2 and turn, 3dc, hdc, 8sc, hdc, 4dc, hdc, 8sc, hdc, 3dc [30]

R4: ch2 and turn, 4dc, ch8 and skip the next 8sc from the previous row, 6dc, ch8 and skip the next 8sc from previous row, 4dc [30]

R5: ch1 and turn, 1sc in each st until the end of the row [30]

R6: ch2 and turn, 3dc in each st until the end of the row [90]


Skirt (shell stitches): (2mm crochet hook / 2 different colours of yarn)


COLOUR 1

R7: ch1 and turn, (1sc, skip 2st, 5dc in the same st, skip 2st)x until the end of the row


COLOUR 2

R8: ch1 and turn, 3dc in the first st, (skip 2st, 1sc, skip 2st, 5dc in the same st)x until the end of the row, 3dc in the last st


COLOUR 1

R9: ch1 and turn, skip 3st, (5dc in the same st, skip 2st, 1sc, skip 2st)x until the end of the row, 1sc in the last st, ch1 and turn


Repeat R8 and R9 x5 more times.

Fasten off. Dress the kitty and sew the back of the dress to close it.


Lord Jack's Hat: (2mm crochet hook / yarn of your choice of colour)

R1: 8sc in the MR [8]

R2: ch1, (inc)x8, sl st [16]

R3: ch1, (sc, inc)x8, sl st [24]

R4: ch1, (2sc, inc)x8, sl st [32]

R5: ch1, 1sc in each st around BLO, sl st [32]

R6-R7: ch1, 1sc in each st around, sl st [32]

R8: ch1, (2sc, dec)x8, sl st [24]

R9: ch1, 1sc in each st around, sl st [24]

R10: ch1, (4sc, dec)x4, sl st [20]

R11-R12: ch1, 1sc in each st around, sl st [20]

R13: ch1, 20inc, sl st [40]

R14: ch1, 1sc in each st around, sl st [40]

Fasten off and weave the end.


Lord Jack’s monocle: (2mm crochet hook / yarn of your choice of colour)

R1: 40sc in the MR [40]. Close the ring. Sl st into the first st.

Sew it to the face. Do some chains and sew the end to the vest’s pocket.


Lord Jack’s Vest (2mm crochet hook / yarn of your choice of colour) was made based on WoolyWondersCrochet’s pattern.

You can find the video tutorial here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjt-ru06chU


Bows (2mm crochet hook / yarn of your choice of colour) were made based on HappyBerry Crochet’s pattern.

You can find the video tutorial here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dptDohXBac8




Thank you for choosing my pattern!

I hope you like it and let me see your own doll when it’s finished!

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