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Free Oopsie Daisy Baby Dolls Romper Crochet Pattern

    Free Oopsie Daisy Baby Dolls Romper Crochet Pattern
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    Baby doll romper description

    The Oopsie Daisy baby dolls romper crochet pattern is quite possibly the cutest thing ever! Continuing with my collection of crochet dolls clothes I couldn’t resist making a baby romper for Spring. Spring is in the air and pretty little daisies are popping up everywhere, quite literally as actually as my children love picking them and bring them indoors! Combining the daisy theme with a beautiful spring yellow yarn for the romper gave me just the effect I was going for. The doll romper crochet pattern is free and the premium version includes a little matching headband.

    The Oopsie daisy dolls romper is designed to fit 14″ baby dolls. You can find the measurements of the doll modelling in my photo by scrolling down to the free crochet pattern info. The daisy dolls romper comes complete with a matching headband. It’s made using the shell stitch which gives a lovely texture. The romper fastens at the back with a single button.

    How to crochet a doll romper

    The Oopsie daisy baby dolls romper crochet pattern is Easy skill level. The dolls outfit is made using half double crochet and the shell stitch. You will need to know all your basic crochet stiches to complete the pattern. The romper is made in one piece and the only sewing involved is to attach the daisies. To make the dolls onesie I used DK (weight 3) yarn. I used a 4mm crochet hook. Please check your gauge before starting and adjust your hook if you need too. This will ensure that the clothes fits your doll. The crochet dolls clothes uses approximately 40g (113m/124yd) of yarn. You will also need 1 button to complete the pattern.

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    Supplies

    • 4mm crochet hook
    • Light worsted yarn
    • 15mm button x 1
    • 14″ baby doll
    • Sewing needle

    Yarn

    • Weight – DK / Light worsted / #3
    • Brand – King Cole pricewise DK
    • A – yellow: 114 yards
    • B – white: 10 yards
    • Total – 124 yards

    Size & Gauge

    • 2” x 2” gauge swatch = 7 rows of 8 hdc
    • Romper – W 16cm x H 21cm
    • Headband – D 14cm (premium only)
    • For 14″ baby dolls

    Skill Level

    • Intermediate

    Abbreviations

    USA Terminology (U.K. translation)

    • ch – Chain
    • dc – Double crochet
    • 5dc – 5 dc in 1 space (shell)
    • hdc – Half double crochet
    • 2hdc – 2 hdc in 1 space (increase)
    • sc – Single crochet
    • 2sc – 2 sc in 1 space (increase)
    • sl st – Slip stitch
    • st/sts – Stitch/Stitches

    Pattern notes

    • Chains and slip stitches are not included in stitch count.
    • Stitches separated with a comma are to be made in separate spaces. EG. “sc, dc” would mean “single crochet in first space, double crochet in next space”.
    • Change colours while completing the last stitch on the previous row.

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    • Doll onesie – Free & Premium
    • Doll headband – Premium only

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    Oopsie daisy doll romper – free crochet pattern

    Doll Headband


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    Dolls Romper


    Row 1

    • Use yarn colour A (yellow)
    • ch x 31 then start in 2nd ch from hook
    • (2hdc, hdc x 2) 10 times
    • ch & turn

    (40 sts)

    Row 2

    • (2hdc, hdc x 3) 10 times
    • ch & turn

    (50 sts)

    Row 3

    • (2hdc, hdc x 4) 10 times
    • ch & turn

    (60 sts)

    Row 4

    • (2hdc, hdc x 5) 10 times
    • ch & turn

    (70 sts)

    Row 5

    • (2hdc, hdc x 6) 10 times
    • ch & turn

    (80 sts) *Premium pattern has image here*

    Row 6

    The skipped stitches will be the arm holes

    • hdc x 12, skip 16 sts, hdc x 24, skip 16 sts, hdc x 12
    • ch & turn

    (48 sts) *Premium pattern has image here*

    Rows 7 – 9

    • hdc x 48
    • ch & turn

    (3 rows of 48 sts)

    Row 10

    • sc x 48
    • ch & turn

    (48 sts)

    Round 11

    • (2sc, sc x 7) 6 times
    • sl st to 1st st & ch

    (54 sts) *Premium pattern has image here*

    Round 12

    • (sc, skip 2, 5dc, skip 2) 9 times
    • sl st to 1st st & ch x 2

    (54 sts) *Premium pattern has image here*

    Round 13

    • (5dc in sc, skip 2, sc in 3rd dc, skip 2) 9 times
    • sl st to 1st st & ch x 2

    (54 sts) *Premium pattern has image here*

    Round 14

    • (skip 2, sc in 3rd dc, skip 2, 5dc in sc) 9 times
    • sl st to 1st st to join & ch x 2

    (54 sts) *Premium pattern has image here*

    Rounds 15 – 24

    • Repeat rounds 13 & 14 – 5 times

    (10 rounds)

    Round 25

    • Turn work so you’re working from the inside to begin 1st leg
    • (5dc in sc, skip 2, sc in 3rd dc, skip 2) 4 times
    • Skip all other stitches & sl st to 1st st
    • Fasten off & weave in ends

    (24 sts)

    Round 26

    • With the front of the outfit facing you, attach yarn to the center of the 1st unworked shell next to the crotch. Working from the inside as you did the previous leg.
    • (sc in 3rd dc, skip 2, 5dc in sc, skip 2) 4 times
    • Skip all other stitches & sl st to 1st st
    • Fasten off leaving tail for sewing
    • Sew up the crotch area between the two legs

    (24 sts) *Premium pattern has image here*

    Row 27

    In this row we will work around the raw edge of the back opening to neaten up and add a button.

    • Attach yarn to the side of row 1
    • sc x 10 (1 at end of every row)
    • ch & turn to work in opposite raw edge
    • sc x 10 (1 at the end of every row)
    • ch 7 & sl st back into same st for button loop
    • Sew a button onto the opposite side of the loop
    • Fasten off & weave in ends

    (20 sts) *Premium pattern has image here*

    Daisy


    Round 1

    • Use yarn colour A (yellow)
    • sc x 8 into magic ring
    • sl st to 1st st & ch

    (8 sts)

    Round 2

    • Use yarn colour B (white)
    • (sc, ch x 3, sc in 1 st) 8 times
    • sl st to 1st st & fasten off
    • Sew daisy to the chest of romper

    (16 sts) *Premium pattern has image here*