Haggy Basic doll pattern


My son requested for a pocket chum, a doll he could bring at school.We work together making this doll according to his liking.The doll gets its name after my son's nickname.He said it's his design so he get to name it after him.


  Pattern note:
-This doll is worked from bottom to top in continuous round or spiral method.
-Chain  made at the beginning of row/round does not count as a stitch, unless stated.
- You can use smaller hook size and other yarn weight to make your doll the size of your preference. 
Gauge: Gauge is not a big deal on this pattern,as long as same size yarn and hook are used for all the pattern pieces.Since tension may vary in different circumstances,i suggest finishing the parts that must be the same such as arms and legs.

Finished doll size: 7 inches

Materials:
-worstedweight yarn
-3.75 crochet hook
-stitch marker
-tapestry needle
-poly fiber fill
-8 mm safety eyes ,beads, or your preferred method for making eyes

This pattern in written in US Terminology

Abbreviations
Sc - single crochet
Inc - increase
Dec - invisible decrease
St -stitch/ stitches

Pattern start
Legs:
Make two.
Round 1: chain 6,  sc on 2nd chain from hook,sc on next 3sts, 3sc on next st, sc on next 3sts, inc on last stitch, join(12)
Round 2:  inc on first st, sc on next 3sts, inc,3sc on next st, inc, sc on next4 sts, inc on last st, join (18)
Round 3:, sc all around on back loops only, join (18)
Round 4:  6sc, dec (3x), 6sc, join (15)
Round 5:  4sc, dec (3x), 5sc, join (12)
Round 6-11:  sc all around, (12)
Place stitch marker in the 9th st and finish off first leg.
To connect the legs, continue working from your second leg.
Round 12: sc in next 3 sts, connect the other leg by working a sc in the 9th st of the first leg and the next 11 sts, sc in the next st of the second leg and next 9 sts. (24)
Round 13: sc in next 2 sts, inc in next st, sc in next 7sts, inc in next st, sc in next 7sts, inc in next st, sc in next 5 sts (27)
Round 14:  sc in next 3 sts, inc in next st, sc in next 8sts, inc in next st,sc in next 8sts, inc in next st sc in next 5 sts (30)
Round 15-17: sc in each st around (30)
Round 18:  (sc in next 7 sts, dec) repeat around (27)
Round 19-20: sc in each st around (27)
Round 21:  (sc in next 6 sts, dec) repeat around (24)
Round 22-23:  sc in each st around (24)
Round 24: dec around (12)
Round 25: sc in each st around (12)
Stuff the body firmly.

Head:
Round 26: inc in each st around (24)
Round 27: (sc in next 3sts, inc in next) repeat around (30)
Round 28: (sc in next 4sts, inc in next) repeat around (36)
Round 29: (sc in next 5sts, inc in next) repeat around (42)
Round 30-35: sc in each st around (42)
Round 36: (sc in next 5sts, dec) repeat around (36)
Round 37: (sc in next 4sts, dec) repeat around (30)
Round 38: (sc in next 3sts, dec) repeat around (24)
Round 39: (sc in next 2sts, dec) repeat around (18)
Round 40: (sc in next 1sts, dec) repeat around (12)
Round 41: dec around (6)
Place the safety eye between rounds 32 and 33, an inch apart.
Cut yarn leaving a long tail for head closure.

Arms:
Make two.
Round 1: magic ring, chain 1, 6 sc , join(6)
Round 2: chain 1,2 sc, inc on next st (2x), join (8)
Round 3-9: chain 1, sc all around, join (8)
Attach arms at round 21 .

 Hair cap:
Round 1: 6sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2: inc in each st around (12)
Round 3: (sc in next st, inc in next) repeat around (18)
Round 4: (sc in next 2sst, inc in next) repeat around (24)
Round 5: (sc in next 3sts, inc in next) repeat around (30)
Round 6: (sc in next 4sts, inc in next) repeat around (36)
Round 7: (sc in next 5sts, inc in next) repeat around (42)
Round8-14: sc in each st around (42)
Finish off and weave in yarn tail.
You can make this doll anyway you want.Give it a little character just by changing colors of the body,add details like facial features,or by adding decorative stuff like buttons or beads.



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