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Elvira the Woodland Elf pattern provides full instructions for making a lovely elven doll, her accessories, anime-style eyes, and beautiful hair! She wears a little, green dress over a pair of laced over-the-knee tan boots. Elvira’s dark brown hooded capelet (mini cape!) also helps her blend into her woodsy surroundings. Like every elven member of her clan, she never leaves the security of her home without her trusty bow, arrows, and quiver.
** Please note: This is a crochet pattern and not the finished product. **
It is an INSTANT DIGITAL FILE, meaning you will be able to download the pattern upon purchasing it from this site. Please contact me if you are experiencing any problems with obtaining the file!
THIS PATTERN CONTAINS: 20 pages of written crochet instructions (US terms) on how to make the doll in its entirety. It is a comprehensive pattern/tutorial jam-packed with photos and written instructions. This also includes a tutorial on the doll's hair, anime-style eyes, and clothing/accessory details.
Finished Measurements: approximately 23 centimeters (9 inches) in height
Level: intermediate; requires familiarity with stitches used (below), joining rounds, attaching yarn, crocheting legs together, and sewing parts together
Stitches/Terms used: magic ring, chain (ch), single crochet (sc), slip stitch (sl st), back loop only (BLO), decrease/”single crochet two stitches together” (dec), increase/”two single crochet in same stitch” (inc)
• Worsted medium weight (4) yarn in peach, yellow, green, tan, dark brown (I used Caron’s Simply Soft yarn)
• 3.25 mm crochet hook
• 5.00 mm crochet hook (for cloak only)
• Yarn needle
• Embroidery thread for mouth (black, pink, or red)
• Embroidery needle
• Fiberfill stuffing
• Five pipe cleaners
• For anime-style eyes: Small rectangle of white cloth, Waterproof black marker or felt-tip pen, Colored pencils. Clear nail polish, Hot glue
Please do not post/distribute my original pattern on the internet or resell them. You can sell the finished dolls, but must credit me as the owner of the pattern.
Thank you for looking!
~ Sylemn ~