Ranly Dress pattern

Ranly Dress pattern
You can find Ranly doll pattern here

Note:
You can use the same patterns to make larger or smaller doll by using other yarn weights and hook size.To make the clothing fit be sure to use the same yarn weight and hook size used for making the basic doll.  
Materials:
-Worsted weight yarn
-size F/ 3.75 mm hook
-stitch marker
-tapestry needle
-white ribbon

Abreviation
Ch- chain
Dc- double crochet
Inc- increase
Sts- stitches

Bodice:
Ch 27
Row1: Dc on 4th ch from hook, Dc 3, Ch 3 (1st arm space made) skip 3sts, Dc 9, Ch 3 (2nd arm space) Dc 5, Ch 2 turn (24sts total)
 -Ch 3 at the begining of row will be the button hole, sew button on the end of the row
Row2: Dc each st across, Ch 2 turn (24 dc)
Row3: Dc each st across, slip stitch on the 1st st of the row (24 dc)

Skirt:
Round1: Ch 2, Dc on the same st, 1 Dc, Inc, * 2 Dc, Inc, repeat * all around, join (32 dc)
Round2: Ch 2, Dc on the same st, 2 Dc, Inc, * 3 Dc, Inc, repeat * all around, join (40 dc)
Round3: Ch 2, Dc each st around, join
Round4: Ch 2, Dc each st around, fasten off
Cut yarn,sew in end

Tie the ribbon on the waist,covering the last round ofbthe bodice,make a bow for finishing touch.

Hair cap:
round1: 6sc on magic ring
round2: inc each st around (12)
round3: (1sc,inc) repeat around (18)
round4:  (2sc,inc) repeat around (24)
round5: (3sc,inc) repeat around (30)
round6: (4sc,inc) repeat around (36)
round7-9: dc each st around,
Cut yarn leaving long tail
Fold cap in half,make a fringe with your preferred length and thickness on the other half, and work the bangs on the other. Using tapestry needle use tail to weave in and out up the join of round six, pull to gather, repeat 3x. fasten off and hide loose end.

Red cap:
round1: 6sc on magic ring
round2: inc each st around (12)
round3: (1sc,inc) repeat around (18)
round4:  (2sc,inc) repeat around (24)
round5: (3sc,inc) repeat around (30)
round6: (4sc,inc) repeat around (36)
round7-8: dc each st around,
cut yarn,sew in end


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