ELSA Frozen Ice princess Doll CROCHET pattern PDF

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*** Please note: This is a PDF Crochet Pattern and NOT THE FINISHED TOY.

It is available in ENGLISH only. ***

It uses basic stitches, a basic knowledge of crochet is assumed.

Please note however there is a lot of counting on most rows to get the shape correct. I want my toys to be as accurate as I can manage so most rows are unique.

Gauge is not important. I crochet to a normal tension & mine came out at 20” tall approx. but adjusting the hook size further will adjust the size.

Materials used :-
3mm & 4mm hooks
Turquoise – 200g DK
Very Pale Pink – 100g
Cream – 100g
Small Amounts-
Cerise, White & black

This is a full pattern with no charts & 39 photos & 22 pages & the file is just under 7mb.

If you have difficulties making this or any questions regarding the wording please send me a message through Etsy or email me directly & I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Also, any errors, please let me know so I can correct the pattern.

I have to add this as someone was passing my work as their own. The photos are my intellectual property & my patterns are protected by cc stating for personal use only & not for resale & finished items not to be sold.

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Fantastic, detailed pattern. I'm very pleased with the clarity of the instructions.
Dec 4, 2014 by Kimberly Gillette

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