How to Crochet a Realistic Doll?

I’m not sure if it’s adorable or if it’s the scariest thing I’ve ever seen.

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If you’re avid knitting (or knitting?), you can use crochet hooks and thread to make these amigurumi dolls.

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I’ll do it. I’ve watched too many horror and thriller movies that now I’m afraid this doll will grab my hand while crocheting.

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I don’t want to influence your skills by making your little one. You might think this doll is so cute that it’s worth the time to make this little doll.

I’m 100% sure my kids will love it and cherish it forever.

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It will be an exciting and challenging project to complete while you are locked up at home during quarantine. If you are fond of the doll collection, this would be a wonderful and unique baby to add to your collection.

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These babies come in two unique designs: Baby Louise and  Baby Emily. Both designs are available at Ravelry’s Cleoschrochetart store, and each pattern costs around $6.15.

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The doll’s eyes can be opened or closed, and the baby’s mouth can be opened to insert the pacifier. I have to admit it’s cute!

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They even have little bums. How adorable is that?!?

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If you’re very comfortable using crochet and thread, you can try your hand at Baby Sophie, which is on the same site and made by Cleoschrochetart.

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If you are looking for something a little less ambitious, you can check out these little crocheted S’mores. They are precious — and not terrifying. *smile*

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Sarah Collins

I’m the mother of two wonderful children. My oldest son John is 7 years old, and my daughter Jemma is a little seven-month-old girl. My kids are the main reason why I decided to start this website. Having been a mother for the last 7 years, I’d like to share some useful tips with anyone who might be interested.

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