Baby Doll Afghan & Pillow

 

Baby Doll Afghan & Pillow Free Crochet Pattern


Your little one’s baby doll will be wrapped up in style with this crochet pink & white checked miniature afghan.  This crochet project is quick and easy to create with crochet hook Size F and sport weight yarn.  If you are looking for a unique gift, handmade by you, for that special child in your life, this is a great pick. A 9″ baby doll is shown in the picture but this afghan set is also great for Barbie Dolls.


Baby Doll Check Afghan

FP256

Original Design By: Maggie Weldon

Copyright 2010 Maggie Weldon


Skill:
Easy

Size: Afghan about 9 inches by 12 inches; Pillow about 3½ inches square.

Materials: Sport Weight Yarn: Pink (P) and White (W) – 1 oz each. Yarn Needle;

White Felt – 6″ square for Pillow

Crochet Hook:Size F-5 (3.75 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge.

Gauge: 12 dc = 2½ inches; 5 rows = 2 inches


JOINING WITH SC

When instructed to join with sc, begin with sl knot on hook, insert hook in st or sp indicated, yo and pull up a loop, yo and draw through both loops on hook.


AFGHAN

Changing Colors

Row 1: (Right Side) Starting at bottom, with Pink, ch 39, dc in 4th ch from hook (skipped ch counts as first dc), dc in next 2 ch; * change to W, with W, dc in next 4 ch; change to P, with P, dc in next 4 ch; rep from * across, end with P. (5 Pink Blocks and 4 White Blocks)


Pattern Rows

Row 2: With P, ch 3 (counts as first dc now and throughout), turn, dc in 3 dc; change to W, * with W, dc in next 4 dc; change to P, with P, dc in next 4 dc; change to W; rep from * across, end with W.

Row 3: With W, ch 3, turn, dc in next 3 dc, * change to P; with P, dc in next 4 dc; change to W, with W, dc in next 4 dc; rep from * across. (5 White Blocks and 4 Pink Blocks)

Row 4: With W, ch 3, turn, dc in next 3 dc; change to P, with P, * dc in next 4 dc; change to W, with W, dc in next 4 dc; change to P, rep from * across, end with P.

Row 5: With P, ch 3, turn, dc in next 3 dc; change to W, with W, dc in next 4 dc; change to P, with P, dc in next 4 dc; rep from * across, end with P.

Rows 6-21: Rep Pattern Rows 2-5 four times.

Row 22: Rep Pattern Row 2. DO NOT FINISH OFF PINK. Finish off White and weave in ends.


Afghan Border

Rnd 1: With P, ch 3, turn, with right side facing, working in Row 22, (dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in first dc, dc in each dc across to last dc, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in last dc, * working in sides of rows, 2 dc over each dc across *, working in unused lps of starting ch, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in first ch, dc in each ch across to last ch, (2 dc ch 2, 2 dc)in last ch; rep from * to * once; join with sl st to first dc.

Rnd 2: Ch 3, DO NOT TURN, dc in each dc around, working, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in every corner ch-2 sp; join. Finish off and weave in ends.


PILLOW

Front

Row 1: (Right Side) Starting at bottom, with Pink, ch 14, dc in 4th ch from hook (skipped ch counts as first dc), dc in next 2 ch; change to W, with W, dc in next 4 ch; change to P, with P, dc in next 4 ch. (2 Pink Blocks and 1 White Block)

Rows 2-5: Rep Pattern Rows 2-5.

Row 6: Rep Pattern Row 2. Finish off and weave in ends.


Back
Row 1: (Right Side) Starting at bottom, with Pink, ch 14, dc in 4th ch from hook (skipped ch counts as first dc), (dc in next ch) across. (12 dc)

Rows 2-6: Ch 3, turn, (dc in next dc) across.

At the end of Row 6, finish off and weave in ends.

Pillow Assembly

– Cut three 3″ squares of felt.


Pillow Border

Rnd 1: With wrong sides of Front and Back together, matching rows, and right side of Front facing, working in Row 6, join P with sl st to first dc, ch 1, 3 sc in same st, (sc in next) dc across to last dc, 3 sc in last dc, * working in sides of rows, evenly work 10 sc *, working in unused lps of starting ch, 3 sc in first ch, (sc in next dc ) across to last ch, 3 sc in last ch, INSERT FELT SQUARES, rep from * to *; join with sl st to first sc. (52 sc)

Rnd 2: Ch 1, sc in each sc around, working 3 sc in each corner sc; join. (64 sc)

All Rights Reserved ©2010 Maggie Weldon


Enjoy,

Maggie

Comments
  1. rosalinda

    I wonder if the threads are cut every time the colors change.

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